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My last couple of jug trips have not be very productive.  Old habits are hard to break and I've been setting jugs in 40 to 50 feet of water.  I've come to the conclusion that ain't right.

Going out this afternoon and will go west of Shepherd and set them in 20 to 25 feet of water to see how they do.  I'll stop and get Lil Smokies but I'm also gonna take a net and see if I can catch some shad out there and use them.

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Weat past Shepherd has been the best place for me but it has been 4 years past that I went fishing.
best day out west was 425lb. best week 750 lb. but it has bee a long time
good to be back six old geezers . Bryan Godwin
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Bryan Godwin......hey buddy.  This is Ax.  Haven't seen you in a coon's age!!!

I retired from Lockheed, did a stint with Parker Aerospace on the A350.  Did a year of consulting for a company in California and then retired!

Good to see ya posting.  I actually am throwing out jugs now.  [smile]

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You came to the dark side of fishing good. boat is ready to go, now need to work on time to go,
came not retire, but can fish with retirees some times if we can work it out.
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Bryan, with all your Lockheed money, I'm surprised you are not already retired.  Fuzzy is still putting in his 80 hours a week.  We don't see him up here much.....


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Ax and anybody else out there..headed out This Sunday morning with nephew...will be ready to drop cut bait on catfish if need be rather than chase the lake with ? In mind...regarding big stripes..where can I anchor up or drift with cut bait and get a steady cat bite? Recommendations appreciated..I truly plan to be limited out by ten and want continue a catchfst Sunday morn! Thanks..in advance..greg
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Oh geez....I guess I missed your week end down here.  Sorry.  Hope you caught some!
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Hi, I do like "cat fish". How I wish , I know how to catch some here but we are far from lakes and seldom go on a fishing because we live by the city. Anyway, Am I referring to a  type of fish that has a big head and long thin parts that look like a cat's whiskers around its mouth? By the way, there some tips that I've read on how to be successful in catching and it depends on the gear and bait.
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I catch 75% of my cats in less than 30 fow. You might mark fish in deep water, but i've come to the conclusion (atleast on texoma) that when they are that deep they are usually resting and not feeding. When you find them shallow (especially less than 10') they are definitely feeding.
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