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Spring has sprung

Postby micneador » Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:43 pm

Ladies and gents, the time has come.
The sand bass (white bass for you yanks) have started their spawning migrations.
Wade fished a few spots on the arkansas river here in Oklahoma and found the absolute mother load. Yesterday I found them in a shallow pool below a riffle waiting for a surge in current to pass through. Caught probably 30 on weightless zoom flukes in white ice, most were females. Then a big hybrid wanted to play.
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Went back today and only kept hybrids. Caught another 30 sand bass and 2 kicker hybrids over 10lbs.
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Re: Spring has sprung

Postby ducks385 » Tue Apr 15, 2014 9:52 pm

Up in wisconisn walleyes are finally spawning i got a nice 20 1/2" my biggest walleye ive caught.
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Re: Spring has sprung

Postby micneador » Wed Apr 16, 2014 4:11 pm

We don't have near the populations of walleye, but canton and skiatook lake have a few of them. The wildlife department has stocked numerous lakes with saugeye, as well as the arkansas river holding native sauger. I more enjoy eating them.

These were saugeye out of the sooner lake hot water discharge, around december. Our legal keepers must be over 18", I believe most of these were right at 20".

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