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stumpknocker

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Well the Galveston trip with my son was cancelled this am.  We were supposed to leave today and return Thursday....

Thought I would spend a few days on Texoma.  I keep hearing about the record Shad spawn and was looking for tips where I can find them.  Years ago when I was on Texoma on a regular basis we could always find them until the water temps dropped.  Then we could graph them but couldn't get the net down quick enough to catch them.

I'm not asking for any honey holes just some help to keep me from the 1 to 1 cast net ratio.  If you've thrown one you have lived my nightmare.

We are catch and release on the striper.  We slaughtered them on Tawakoni earlier this year IMG_4986.JPG  and currently have a full freezer of Blues and Stripers.

Thanks!


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Any big cove or creek arm should be a slam dunk right now. Before daylight you can see them on your graph just below the surface. No need to be shallow. Turn your light on and give it about 3 or 4 minutes. Doesn't matter how deep you are. You'll see them just below the surface early. At first light. You can see then flipping all over. I drove 3 miles the other morning right at daylight and never got to where I didn't see them flipping. Bait is amazingly abundant. Good luck. Hope it helps.
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Thank you Crisswinds! Skipped going today with the wind. Hope to go Monday.

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