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whiskey 76

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I am gonna be on the lake this weekend does any one have any good pointers on where and how to catch some striper.
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Haven't been on the water in a week,but dead sticking was working good.
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I'm going to ask a crazy question,would anyone care to share a general or good place to try? I only get to fish at texoma once or twice a month.any info I would be grateful.
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I'm going Friday and post a report late that evening..

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Hope to get out fri, i'going to try west of the 377 bridge all the way to rock creek, dead sticking. Just keep watching the board ,
with all this up coming good weather, it should lite up. Mike
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Chappy and whiskey - I am by no means an expert on the lake and don't ever get to do real striper fishing this time of year, but I know that striper spawn in march thru April and they spawn up river either red river or the Washita river and they have been documented spawning as far as 75 miles up river away from the lake. If it were me I'd try areas of the lake where those two rivers come out at and follow the channel till you mark fish stoping at every large bend on the map. because they should start lining up to go up river to spawn so either way north or way west and look for traditional areas that typically hold fish. There is a thread here that list all the hot spots with GPS coordinates as well.  
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I'd either fish north of Roosevelt bridge around little glasses or go west.
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Got the boat out last weekend and checked the spots that had been working. No dice. I would look west from the islands to the 377 bridge or way north. Start where the creeks meet the river or check ledges.
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Thanks guys for all the help I will be there at first light in the morning(Fri).Sunshine George is a real nice person,have gotten a couple of things from him(splasher) he has my vote any day.
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I will be on the lake tomorrow as well!  White and Red Falcon!
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Many Thanks TexomaPowerBoater,Bandit,Captin Kurt.If ya see an old 82 grady white wave a hand. beige in color with dark blue strips.
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