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Lake Tawakoni State Park area #7166609 02/13/12 05:06 PM
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Father-in-Law used to fish Tawakoni many, many years ago. I want to take him back there pretty soon. We've drift fished Texoma for several years--mostly for channels, but want to try our hand for channels/blues on Tawakoni.

Using a restored '78 Johnson, 16'-V-bottom aluminum.

Any suggestions on good drift spots around the Lake Tawakoni SP area, which is where we plan on taking our travel trailer?

Thanks!
Glen


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drift south of the state park


Re: Lake Tawakoni State Park area [Re: GlenB] #7167043 02/13/12 06:25 PM
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Black point can be good this time of the year, it is the first point west of the state park on the south bank of wace bay



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Re: Lake Tawakoni State Park area [Re: GlenB] #7167331 02/13/12 07:35 PM
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Thanks, Guys! We'll see how it goes.

Also, we like to net our shad--is there a good spot to search out & throw our cast net over in that area?


Re: Lake Tawakoni State Park area [Re: GlenB] #7168234 02/13/12 10:56 PM
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depends on when you go. If you go in march you won't have a problem getting shad...if you are going in the next few weeks you better get your bait from a different lake or source.



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