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2012lundtyee

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Good morning guys.   Looking for areas to scout crappie out on Lake Texoma.   Will be taking my boys 6 & 4 out on Sunday and hoping to make some memories catching Texoma crappie but am fairly new to the lake.   Thanks in advance and good luck fishing!

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The dept. of wildlife website has the gps coordinates of fish attractors all over the lake.  keep in mind that the lake is 6 ft. low so if the site says it's in 9 ft of water they're only in 3 to 4. The deeper boat docks may hold some this time of year.
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I am not good at catching crappie, but have read reports of most people doing well at areas around and inside Big Mineral Creek and areas north of Hwy 70 bridge. I think you may need to pay a fee to fish Big Mineral Creek and no boats allowed this time of year......kind of has its own fishing regulations different from the lake.

Can do well in docks as well.

Crappie must be good around big mineral if limit is 37 http://www.fws.gov/uploadedFiles/2013%20Hagerman%20Boating%20and%20Fishing%20.pdf 
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I have done good around the tires moored outside most the boat docks to stop wakes on occasion, the rest of the crappie I catch are accidental while striper fishing.
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I haven't crappie fished at all on Texoma.  Pulled a few by accident but every other lake I've ever fished in has crappier around the bridge pilings.

Looks like 377 and 70 bridges would be perfect (as well as the rr bridge)

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I haven't crappie fished at all on Texoma.  Pulled a few by accident but every other lake I've ever fished in has crappier around the bridge pilings.

Looks like 377 and 70 bridges would be perfect (as well as the rr bridge)
Back in the olden days, when i had water under my dock, and brush piles. You could get crappie pretty much year round. Need to find docks with deeper water.
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Kahuna:

if I tied a lump of bread to my to my line and dangled it off the end of your dock could I at least catch a duck??

or is it too dry even to do that???

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Patrick, Why not just go "quack, quack"
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he might not like duck sounds around his place like he used too
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he might not like duck sounds around his place like he used too
Rabbits keep running out of brush piles stealing my bait! Those ducks are partial to cracked corn from neighbors.
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