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Captain Kurt

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Looked like good conditions today. Slight drizzle and a decent wind. John and I headed out to the same spots. Started slow but picked up about 30 minutes in. Deadsticking pink glitter flukes was the one today. Birds kicked up about 2:30pm and we dropped the trolling rigs and picked up 4 overs and all 28". Wrapped it up around 4pm with quite a few box fish and 4 overs. Same formula, let's go fishing.

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Thanks Captain Kurt, I enjoy your articles and pictures almost as much as fishing. Charles
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Thanks Charles, I try to help people out that can't get to the lake very often because Texoma has a heck of a learning curve. I'll still be learning until I can't fish anymore.
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I have noticed that it takes me a day or two to find the fish again. When I fished everyday they weren't hard to find. You would think after fishing for 20 years on that lake, it would be easy, but the fish seem to move every day. I guess I need to get to the lake more often.
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