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Jerry "JD" Dorsey

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My fishing days, have been tough, and seems to get better around 11am.   I have fished where I told everyone last time, to the Dam, table top, and Simmons, and beyound.   All I can say is to stay focused, and give it time.  Mud lines not that productive to me anymore, although they do show a lot of fish.  I would think the bait fishermen are doing good, as I see lots of fish in the 50 foot, and bottoms.   I am catching most mine in shallow water, around 40-25 feet.   I am getting all my overs, with small fish although not in my desires, little harder to come by, using lures.   Thanks to axman, I have plenty of horseheads although he and I will meet again soon for some more.   I have not lost any nor lost any rigs, and things are going as planned, although am using a lot of fuel, to get to my favorite spots.   That is my problem, as it would be best to just stay firm and not do so much running, as time is more the essence rather than spots.   Weather has been favorable, allowing time to fish some, and get fish before being run off the lake.    I buried a lure into my right forearm today, removed it the DA way, which being also in a vein, well wont explain rest of the facts, bottom line my customer today, was a doctor, and she cleared me, as I probably got lucky and it could have been worse...Dont just jerk it out...oh well, maybe next time I will think longer before over reacting... Any way, good fishing out there, and dont forget to wave....Oh yes at Little Mineral we are doing business as usual with, a ferry from the bank to our slips. Li may 17 phone camera 001.JPG  ttle time consuming, but business as usual...

J D Dorsey - CrossCreek Guide Service - Lake Texoma - 903-786-3981.


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Where does the muddy water stop? I'd like to fish this week but not sure where.
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Very nice!!
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nice post, very nice looking fish,   now that is what it is all about fishing at lake texoma
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Jerry "JD" Dorsey

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Well.  Its muddy everywhere, but mostly at locations, where it did not start.   I have followed it all the way to Dam, and there is no where now to avoid it.   Its ok.   Fish.   Let me recite something I heard last year, "trolling aint fishing".   I am doing well at it, and most who follow me on here, know what I am doing.   I am not pointing a finger at anyone, "love ya man", but why is it, and it dont happen every time, but I post a picture, not caring about the background, and those who know what I am doing, and know where I am, show up there the following morning before I get there!  Does that happen to lots of guides on here, or what is up.   Coincident?   I think not.   And some can think, that Dam Dorsey thinks he knows more than anyone.   I dont, and admit it.   But as many guides who use bait, I know enough to know how to catch fish and where...  Matter of fact, I am glad noone was taking pictures of me today, as I dropped two rigs down, and in seconds, both got hung.....let them drop too fast.  Others, fishing there, who I know know me, were snarling, how does he have the nerve to be here.....Well it might be I caught lots of fish here yesterday, took pictures, missed one of the biggest fish, I haver seen since last year, right at the boat, and did, yes I admit, hollered ship....or close.... Oh did I tell you about my new, Go Pro camera.  And yes it was not on while I was trying to get the two rigs out of 50 foot of water, hung up.   I know, false advertising.    And did I tell you that the guy who lost the great big fish yesteray, was a soon to be priest.   I can tell him a thing or two about holy water man.   Yes it was witnessed by a host of guides, who after I pulled two fish in 60 foot of water, ran all over me, which I know, inadvertantly ran off all the fish.....And the soon to be priest, either does speak english, or know what, "keep the rod tip up!" means... If none of the readers on here, do not know, or ever seen me, I was not grey until yesterday around 9.   Sorry that was a lie, .....it was 9:30.    I caught all my fish at Buncombe Creek this morning, in 100 feet of water, and will be there at about 7 in the morning.... Hope to see you, and as always...good fishing....There will be no pictures posted now, I am too busy, dying my hair.....off white....yipes no yellow....Good fishing
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the grin on that young man's face is worth it all!
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I've seen people photo shop back grounds of there fish,  like caught at little glasses and background of Bunkcomb Creek, you could do that, and fake everyone out.  LOL
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Jerry D.
You are the MAN! I am grateful you showed me tha Umbrella rigs and have shared your successes with me. I have benefitted greatly! I look forward to seeing one of your trolling technique videos that I have heard about! i truly appreciate your great and positive attitude about fishing...ie. The TRUE FUN OF FISHING! I only hope that at 70 plus yrs. on Gods green Earth! I too wish to be Blessed to enjoy the love of fishing and sharing it with others as you do so honestly and poignantly! Btw..if I try chumming stripes in this dirty water don't hold it against me..lol! The grin does say it all!
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