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Any advice for a rookie to help me catch some shad? I usually put in at Soldier or Caney Creeks when I get to come to Texoma. Any advice will help!
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Saw a guy Sunday bout 6 pm catch a couple hundred a throw at the cleaning station at lakeside . good size bait .
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WOW One throw would've done me. Lol
I'm usually too wore out to fish after I get bait. 😨 That's why my sunshine has sit in my storage building about 90% of its life
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I can tell you that one day I can get all I need in one place, and the next I can barely find any in the same area. Down right frustrating. Kinda goes hand in hand with the rest of fishing...
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Picture of Trump striper fishing.
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Love the Trump thing. Saw a cartoon of air force 1 flying through the air with a large pair of bull balls hanging from the rear of the plane.
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Were they orange?
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I haven't tried catching Shad before.. how tough is it?
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I fished the last three days and thanks to Roy and Bryan, I got enough shad to fish with. I do remember why I quit guiding, throwing that net. My shoulder still aces. We did catch a lot of fish and had a super fish fry with the Johnsons from Edmond on Saturday night and fished again on Sunday. I did keep a few for the table and brought them home. Pictures on Facebook.
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Get out couple hours before 1st light hopefully with no moonlight, watch where the guides go, use the largest net you can toss which opens 100 %
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