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thehoss

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Plan on being at the lake the next 3 or 4 days.  Fishing mainly from Big Glasses to Newberry. Anyone been up there.  Water Clarity?  Will report when I get back Tues. or Wed.  Can't give daily updates on my 1 cent flip phone.  Thanks.
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ktm300racer

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On flight from Dallas to OKC yesterday saw entire lake. Looks like the latest rains brought in another round of muddy. Main lake between the bridges still look pretty good but very muddy on the inflow sides of Roosevelt bridge and the Willis bridge. Closers you get to the dam the better the clarity. The main lake between the railroad bridge and the Islands looks the best.
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Fished the first part of the week up north.  Very slow fishing.  Fished mostly around the Little Glasses, Big Glasses and Bridgview area.  Didn't go very far toward Newberry as  the farther east and north I went, the muddier and trashier it was.  Fished every point, hump, ditch and road bed that are usually good this time of year but just didn't find'em.  Saw a few guide boats fishing the deeper water open areas so I assume they were catchn some anchored on live bait.  Didn't catch enough either dead sticking or casting to establish any patterns.  Think when the water clears up some the fishing in this areas will get much better (it always has this time of year).  Sorry I can't provide a better report but that's the way it went for me.  Truck even broke down on the way home. Just one of those trips. Better days ahead. Good luck to all.
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Hoss, thanks for taking the time to report. Sorry to hear about your truck. You are right, better days are ahead!
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