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Thaney74

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Looking for good bank fishing. Live near paradise cove.
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Wish I could help'ya, but strange as it sounds I've never ventured up in Big Mineral that far South to see where other people might be fishing.

Here's a few spots where I regularly see bank fishing, and it appears they've driven to the spots.
None of these are close to you as they're all the way around off of Hwy 377, but....
East end of Juniper point....the Rocky Point and the clay bank that runs along Sherewood Shores subdivision...

I'm assuming these locations would require an Oklahoma License, not sure if Texoma License is valid when standing on Okie Soil fishing Texoma?
Fobb Bottom / Point...
The Okie Bank that runs from Willis Bridge (Hwy 377) towards Buncombe Cr..

Is the Paradise Cove Public Use Area Open?
That looks to be the closest area, see below.
Hope'ya find a place, and Good Luck if'ya go !!!
 
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Furthest n point of paradise the cut between the island. I have caught some mag Sandies there the last couple times I've went and it generally is a decent spot
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Anyone ever try Eisenhower State Park?
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I catch more off the bank than I do the boat.

Best places for me have been:
Rocky points with steep drop offs
Sandy shores with known structure...usually brush.
Any part of the shore that transitions from rocks to sand or clay or from sand to clay, etc. Basically a change in the dirt.

Eisenhower and other rocky/cliff shores are great for small mouth, but small mouth are hard to get off the banks in my experience. A good kayak would help. I like to drift slowly with a drop shot or tube baits over rocks when fishing for small mouth. Have used crappie type small plastics with success as well. They will be close to the rocks. A jitterbug works well at first light. I've had success catching stripers around Eisenhower with slabs jigging off the docks at first light.  Hope that helps
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