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OOSSSUU

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Early spring 2015 we started looking for lake home on Texoma.  The lake was at low level.

Then May/June created a tough times on the lake.  Lots of reports of the stripers went over the dam and would be 3 or 4 years to recover.

We cooled our heels until early summer 2016 and then bit the bullet!  Wise decision.

I have never had more fun catching fish.  Those doom-dayers were wrong.  

We have the best lake in Oklahoma! 

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retired_atc

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How true. 

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Aside from the Gulf Coast, I'd say it's the best fishing in Texas, too.
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I especially love the return to prominence of the sandbass. Love stripers also but wonder if they will crowd out the sandies again in the future. Had a great trip yesterday around Alberta Creek area with a 50/50 bag of box stripers and big sandies. It don't get no better!
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I agree I really like that the sandies are back. Anyone have any idea how long it will take the strippers to wipe them out again like has happened in the past?
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Depends on how much money the sand bass have saved up.  Strippers typically take one dollar at a time, so it may take a while before the sand bass are broke, their wives leave them, they lose the house, and have to move on to one of the larger cities where homeless fish are able to get by pan handling.
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b-b-b-beavers, that's f-f-f-funny. Poor stripers are so often shackled in those low class dives with the strippers.
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