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    #6683 - 11/02/11 02:31 AM Crappie & Flatties ...  
    Joined: Oct 2011
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    David Jones Offline
    David Jones  Offline

    Joined: Oct 2011
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    I fished with Terrence on Texoma this past week and hoping for better fishing than when I was there last. Well, fishing is still slow but we managed to catch some nice fish. Big fish were tight to cover and would only hit if the jig were held perfectly still. Best depth for us was 5-10' and small fish on anything deeper.

    Fishing charters.. fishing charters

    #7004 - 02/14/12 08:13 AM Re: Crappie & Flatties ... [Re: David Jones]  
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    Last edited by kuro; 02/16/12 09:43 AM.
    #7114 - 03/22/12 12:46 PM Re: Crappie & Flatties ... [Re: kuro]  
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    Flounder shold be in good any where in the stae right now. One that temp hits 60 in the water they come back in shore. Dragging a rig with lure or fresh dead baits works wonders to get them in the boat.Hit you shell beds and oyster bars at dusk and dawn. They like deeper water in the daylight.
    Nothing beat flounder for table fare!

    #7380 - 06/03/12 04:39 PM Re: Crappie & Flatties ... [Re: Crabbergirl]  
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    Mariolee Offline
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    That's a great catch. how many did you get?

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