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3Gcrazy

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Do they let boats in below the dam at these higher levels? Is the fishing still good when it's this high (over the spillway)?

I was there Monday last week and did really well but that was before the lake came back up over the spillway.

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I visited there yesterday and just watched what was going on.  You can put your boat in on the Oklahoma side.  I counted 29 boats on the river yesterday. Lots of big fish being pulled from the Texas bank and wall and all the guides seemed to be doing well.
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Making chicken soup out of chicken sh*t , is one way to look at it. Wish they were all back in the lake though !!
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What kind of bait would a person use below the dam in running water like that for striper
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What kind of bait would a person use below the dam in running water like that for striper


This is what the common rig and technique is, "3 1/2 ounce weight then 4-5ft leader with 1/2 ounce jig head with fluke of your choice... throw as far as you can and let it sink to the bottom and work the rocks...."

Some didn't use the weight and leader.   they just use a jig head with a fluke or twister tail

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OP asked if they were allowing boats below the dam. This guy nearly found out.

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HERE'S YOUR SIGN.!!!
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Photo shopped! But nice job[wink]
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no, Kahuna, that actually happened a few days ago. Officials are still trying to identify the person so they can cite him for boating in a restricted area.
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There is a video on a TV news station of this brainiac running close to the spillway, it's real. . . [rolleyes]
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Have you seen videos of boats on the river below the dam.  Of the two......I think the waters below the dam are way more dangerous.  My hat is off to those attempting it.  I will admit I do not know enough about river fishing in those currents to do it safely. Sooo I'm stuck on land, waiting to get back on the main lake. Whether you are in the lake or river, be safe and wear those jackets.
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