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I was just wondering who else here, in Oklahoma, fishes? Where and how do you fish? I enjoy bank and boat fishing. I'm usually after species I can take home and eat; crappie, panfish, stripers, hybred, cats, etc... It's one of the most relaxing hobbies I enjoy, besides workin on my Ford trucks. Anybody do any fishing on Skiatook lake lately? Got any fishing reports for me? I was thinking of going up there on Sunday afternoon.
I do! I do! If only somebody would invite me---I might have a reason then to take off work! hehe----okay, just kidding Ron!
I'm a largemouth guy (yeah yeah, both litterally, and figurtivley (sp?)), with an occasional crappie or cat trip. Unfortionatley, I've not had any time too for the last few years, therefore---I usually only make it out every few months (if that).
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Ya, I haven't fished yet this year. I haven't been since November. A couple guys at work went to Grand Lake last weekend and had a stringer of Blue cats so large and long they both couldn't lift it off the ground with a broom handle. Everyone of them fish had a fat full belly. Lots of 8+ pounders. Sigh. I wish I could find them that easily.
Haven't been since last fall, but when we do go, it's usually to the Mountain Fork, or over to the White River @ Eurika Springs. I'll occasionally slip over to Pretty Water to unwind, plus it's perfect for my little Bass Buster. There's the creek that runs out of Sahoma Lake that's good for the little boat or canoe too. Promise not to tell anyone, and I'll show you a crappie hole.....yeah, right. We're mostly fly fishing these days, and I'm anxious for next spring to try some of the bass poppers the wife's been tying. As warm as it's been, I shoulda been out more, but you know how that is. When are we gonna get some rain? All the ponds I've got access to look bad, so I didn't want to pressure the fish any more than they already are, but then again, maybe they need to be fished out. I don't know. Pawhuska is usually good this time of year for stocked rainbows, like Pretty Water. So many fishin' holes, so little time..... -Pete
I don't have any leads on a boat, but I see lots of old ones just sitting in peoples yards all around Skiatook, Collinsville, and Owasso. I bet if you just stopped by and made an offer it wouldn't be hard to get one.
On another note, I went to Skiatook early Saturday morning to test out a new rod/reel and check out the water level. I just fished from the shore. The water was down almost Six Feet!!! I only saw a couple of small schools of bait fish on the surface out in the middle of the lake. There wasn't much movement anywhere on the lake except for the occaional bird. Didn't see any aquatic life movement in the shallow water yet. My fishing fingers are just itching for the action to start.
Well i would have to have a title for the boat! And price would depend on the shape of the boat and where it is. Do you have any pictures? I plan on putting it on the lake here for jug and limb line fishing. I have been crappie fishing at Stroud lake and they are biting there! I found some boats on 169 north of Nowata i just need to stop and look!
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