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baptistpreach
09-28-2009, 09:37 PM
I'm going fishing with some minnows tomorrow morning first thing. Should I be fishing shallow or deep? Suspended, on structure, where ?! I know the normal answers about using a ff, but I just would like to know where they "should" be.

I'm in Oklahoma and the temps have been getting down into the 60's at night and I was planning on going first thing in the morning. Any suggestions? Is the fishing good at that time? Should I wait longer?

Eager Beaver
09-28-2009, 09:40 PM
I'm going fishing with some minnows tomorrow morning first thing. Should I be fishing shallow or deep? Suspended, on structure, where ?! I know the normal answers about using a ff, but I just would like to know where they "should" be.

I'm in Oklahoma and the temps have been getting down into the 60's at night and I was planning on going first thing in the morning. Any suggestions? Is the fishing good at that time? Should I wait longer?

Post this on the Ok state board and will probably get better results. Let them know which lake you are planning on going to be fishing. EB

baptistpreach
09-28-2009, 11:56 PM
I did that already, but was hoping for some more exposure on the main board. Tomorrow comes too fast!!

skiptomylu
09-29-2009, 12:29 PM
I did that already, but was hoping for some more exposure on the main board. Tomorrow comes too fast!!

Use that sonar to see where the shad are and fish there. At some point they should move to the back of the creeks, but don't know about your lake. If not in the back of the creeks look at the mouth of the creeks for bait fish balls and where ever you find them you should find some crappie.

Heck right now I just got my boat back hanging in my boat house so I can go, but have not yet so I don't even know where they are on Toledo Bend yet. Hope they move to the backs of the creeks soon and with this cooler weather than normal maybe they will. I know last time out (6 weeks of so ago) they were in something like 24'-26' of water and 12'-17' down. Caught a few under a bridge around the pilings.

Good luck and which I knew more about your lake.

Skip

Ken Jones
09-29-2009, 01:29 PM
I fished 1 1/2hrs and filled my bucket. Go in the morning, I fished from shore at 4 1/2ft. down and hammered the fish. It was below sixty degrees, air temperature that is. Using a salt chartruce with a crappie niblet. Yes I can post a picture. Have posted a picture on my thread.