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Lloper

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For those of you who use a splasher what size trolling motor do you use. 30,40 or does it matter..
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Ask Corndog, he makes them.
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tunamanb52

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I see guides just beat the water with a old fishing rod, I use my trolling motor pulled half out.
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What is corn dogs website
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Doesn't matter. You're just making noise not pulling the boat.  Adjust depth and speed to get the sound you want. Had a guy tell me once his did better in reverse. Never did figure how that made any difference.  A rubber hammer thumping on the side or bottom of your boat works good too.  good luck
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I use a min Kota riptide 40 that I bought on Craigslist. Get whatever you can find cheap and add a greyline splasher prop or build your own. I strongly recommend a thumper. PM me if you want to build or buy one or you can find them by other dealers on the site. Here is a video to check out...



I use both when fishing...

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Lloper, see link on side of this page. Greyline bait tanks.
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The sound generated from the thumpers travels along way and messes up the beautiful peaceful morning experience.
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Honestly can’t disagree. I am glad my new boat has a radio!
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What happened to being quiet while fishing? Has anyone tried putting a megaphone in the water and yelling '' come and get it? ''
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No offense but I fish to catch fish and ultimately it works... see series of videos... same spot


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Impressive video. Anyone try the Hydrowave underwater fish caller? Not everyone could craft such a thumper as that.
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I used to use the hydrowave but never had any luck. It’s also more expensive if you get the thump chip. Thumpers are sure easy to build and we sell plans for $30 and thumpers for $250. PM me if you are interested...
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Thanks, I think I can whack for 5 min.. I'LL look on Ebay ( 15.00 ) for a bass drum foot pedal and try it .
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No june reports? Lake to flooded to fish?
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Ok, Dept of Wildlife has weekly reports, they say the stripers are doing great now.    Texoma: May 31. Elevation rising, water 73 and muddy. The lake is still on the rise. Striped bass very good on Alabama rigs, cut bait, live shad and plastic baits below the dam, along flats and main lake. Striper also hitting artificial lures on wind-blown points. Gizzard shad is the best cut bait for stripers. Target 20-40 ft. of water for striper. Blue catfish good on cut bait, punch bait and shad below the dam, along creek channels and river channel. Blue cats hitting cut bait along river channels or on windblown banks. Crappie fair on jigs, live bait and minnows around brush structure, creek channels and discharge. Crappie have been biting fair under docks but with the high water crappie fishing has been spotty. Report submitted by Trey Hale, game warden stationed in Bryan County.                         
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Punch bait below the dam??? Ranger Hale needs to cut and paste a new report! 😊
I'm thinking it may wash off in that torrent.
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There is slack water and eddies along the Ok. shore that that you could use punch bait. There is always a ' diverse ' crowd and swarms of mosquitoes. Cut bait would be best for catfishing. Bait shops sell frozen fish for bait.
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