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Ben fishing a lot lately just not posting, Tawakoni I is officially on about everyone is doing very well if the trolling boats don't ruin it, we had then come 25yds or closer several times to us while we were catching fish, had to just bite my lip there, odd they never speak when that close or make eye contact.

The 8-9 Texoma guides we have acquired are mostly all fishing bait as a couple of ours are and doing great in the sunken trees and woods, we only fish lures and the last 2 weeks are getting like old times, good friends yesterday had a 100+ fish trip we had 3 of the last 4 about 60 for the boat, the pm again this year seem to be the best, some schooling is starting to happen and we do have a healthy flock of gulls if they work which is off and on. Slabs, small spinners and sassy shads are it for us, this year I am trying black and black/chartreuse and really doing great with them a couple of trips 3:1 over any other colors. If you fish the trees better have plenty!  25-35' has been the key holding depth and temp was 66 last trip, usually 62 early. Ramps great. Other than the sunken trees all the same places as years before are holding fish, we have not seen in the last 4-5 trips anything holding shallow to speak of. Some crappie holding there also on the graph.
Last trip I found an old crappie size about 2" curly tail and hooked it on my slab, it did seem to work very well on the black slab.
Water clearity has improved in a week down to probably 2' now or more.
Over and out for now !

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Thx Larry
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Just got another update from Friday another great trip, we killed them Sat PM again, this am Sunday the wind is close to 30 ! Sure hope nobody tries it and if they do are safe. We will be back Tues-Wed-Thur weather permitting. if yall got an old slab laying around paint it black and give it a try I cant say how well they seem to be doing great ! Next going to my Texoma purple/silver/white Kansas style which was my best of all there ever. If the trips we are having now is an indicator this will be a great spring, the stripers are getting as common as the hybrids were now. I release almost all other than bleeders.

If your not familiar with Tawakoni watch the wind a lot. especially north.

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4-13 - 9-4pm - 67 huge sand bass small stripers and hybrids - 2 fishermen
4-14 - 9-5:30pm - 168 huge sand bass and a few good stripers - 4 fishermen
4-15 - 9-5pm - 100+ - full limits of huge sand bass and striper/hybrid limits of real good fish 5-6lb, fish bit all day long, mid morning to late best - 3 fishermen

All lures no live bait, 1oz slabs in black-black/chartreuse-yellow/green, nothing worked as well as Little George spinners in white or red/orange, jigged or casted either way. Few on sassy shads but when you got one it was a nice fish. Water was 66 when we left, we caught fish all over the lake, north is holding great sand bass, just regular humps and structure, 10-25' water seemed best, birds are here, you have to just find them. When we left the middle of the lake out from the St Park Ramp was working with gulls and not a boat in sight. If you had to pick go in pm over am, mid day great.

If we don't get another cool spell Tawakoni is ON! and will just get better.

A Rattletrap would probably be the best you could throw but lots of sharp things wiggling around.

If you go let me know how you do for my log book.
All fish released to catch again.

Also caught 1 new Alabama rig loaded, 1 Schlitz  beer can, 2 sticks !




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Just got 3 more reports this am, more of the same from yesterday, fish north. All 100+ trips.
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Just got 3 more reports this am, more of the same from yesterday, fish north. All 100+ trips.


The fished 30' down to 10' shallower smaller fish it seemed. Good things happening around 22-25'

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Sounds like the place to be. Wish it weren't so far from me. Thanks for the great reports Larry . Keep after'em.
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The fished 30' down to 10'    shallower smaller fish it seemed. Good things happening around 22-25'

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As of Sunday if you don't mind the hurricane wind, flooding and getting hit by lightening the fishing is still on very well, I just cancelled Wed but going Thursday and Friday.
One fellow said "that lake is almost too wet to fish !"

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They still there 11-3 today Monday !
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