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LocDown

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What area should I be looking around during this time period? Should I be out early/late, chasing birds, or following boats? We'll be down from Kansas and would like a starting point. 

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Table top, where Red and Washita converge. Live bait at daylight.
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Thank you so much!
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I took my kids and grandkids fishing last July 5th and ran the downriggers around Two-Rivers and killed the stripes. I pulled pet spoons and an umbrella type of rig and everyone caught a fish over 10 pounds. We only kept 35 and had a super fish fry and brought home some.
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Thank you!

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What Poncho said.  We always pull our biggest fish during this time of year on riggers, up to 20 lbs.  I use 7" swim baits.  We usually start down near the dam and work our way back towards Washita Point if we don't limit out by then.  From late June to usually the second week of July tends to be when we have the best luck.
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Thank you very much. Looks like we'll be staying at Alberta Creek area.
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