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Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Fishing Reports

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  1. Details: Black Crappie with a booyah pond magic spinner

    Bought this little spinner today along with a few soft plastics and topwaters. The Colorado blade on this has sort of a matte finish on it with no glare or reflection ...more coming off of it, what's the point of this besides vibration?

    1. Chuck LaBruna 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy Yeah, I was gonna tell him to use it for what it is made for and attach a trailer to it. The blade provides extra "thump".
    2. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Are you kidding me these are the bomb @wyldechylde77 @texas_bassmaster I've lost an 8lber and a 5lb smallie on the yellow one all Ina creek. Make sure to attach ...more a grub or small craw for a trailer.
    3. jugg 0
    4. jugg 0
      Pretty much an impulse buy haha, I always loved small spinnerbaits and this one just looked different and cheap so I just threw it in the basic lol @wyldechylde77
    5. Chuck LaBruna 0
      My question is, why did you buy it?
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  2. Details: White Crappie with a TBT jigs and minnows

    Find you a nice flat bank with lots of stumps and cover. Work your jigs around stumps and under cover. maximize your bite tip your jig with a minnow. Put a few lines ...more out with bobber and minnow to soak

    1. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @texas_bassmaster awesome! Maybe the low water level has messed with their spawn
    2. jugg 0
      Hey man, me and my brother @TXfisherman97 went to that EXACT same spot today with a friend and only caught kne near the bridge
    3. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @marksjd lol yeah I did! He came as me like a d bag. Saying why take some many? To feed my family! Don't judge anyone you don't know anything about.
    4. Jhoroid Marks 0
      @BrianScott lmao did u really tell him to hug a tree I just choked on a bottle of water
    5. Sutton Dole 0
      Lol best post of the day "hug a tree"
    6. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @bassmasterdustan that's why limits are places for every game fish. If the population was in decline the limit would be dropped. 25 daily bag limit! I didn't ...more even get that many. relax and hug a tree
    7. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @bassmasterdustan don't be mad because you can't catch fish. Maybe if you were nice and asked... I'd give you some advice. It's people like you that ...more make this world a piss hole of a place. @lemesnil
    8. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @bassmasterdustan freedom of speak is very important! Saying that shove it bro! I fed my family and friends with that fish. Didn't save any.. You don't know ...more me. Next time you come at me learn to spell
    9. Dustan jones 0
      Let do u need all that right now no you don't this is why their no fish left in the world take what u need to eat no reason to frizz it and save because u know ...more that u would throw away half of it
    10. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @BurratBurrat thanks bro
    11. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @TXfisherman97 I agree! Hands down
    12. BurratBurrat 0
      Those are some monster crappies, nice job! 👏
    13. Will Engle 0
      In my opinion, Lake Texoma is the Striper fishing capital of Texas! @BrianScott @BrandonScottAlt
    14. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @matt sweet! Hagerman is awesome
    15. Matt Dobson 0
      FYI- I'm adding a location for Hagerman.
    16. Matt Dobson 0
      Been out to Hagerman many a time. Used to ski in that cove.
    17. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @alanmacias541 I think I just got lucky
    18. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @ReelGame thanks
    19. ReelGame Saucedo 0
    20. alanmacias541 0
      just a little envious of you buddy @BrianScott TEACH ME!!
    21. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @TennesseeTroutboy thanks bud!
    22. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @BrandonScottAlt sounds good... I got a few ideas for that too.
    23. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      WHAT A STRINGER!! Great job! @BrianScott
    24. Brandon alt 0
      Okay! And we still got to finish that flat head video
    25. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @BrandonScottAlt maybe when this weather gets better I could take you out there or we could meet up. It's about 45 to an hour drive for you. I45 and 1960.
    26. Brandon alt 0
      We should go sometime!
    27. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @BrandonScottAlt kinda... About 5 hour drive. You want to catch a bunch of crappie? Lake Conroe is closer. You could even fish some creeks around here. I've ...more told you about cypress creek.
    28. Brandon alt 0
      Is texoma far?
    29. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @BrandonScottAlt thanks! That wasn't even a limit.
    30. Brandon alt 0
      That is incredible
    31. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @BrandonScottAlt lol Lake Texoma isn't known for its crappie fishing either. striped bass get more of the cred there.
    32. Brandon alt 0
      Oh my god!
    33. Brian Mcpherson 0
      @theyakfisher thanks bud! I had a blast catching them.
    34. Peyton Dalatri 0
      Geez thats a haul
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  3. Lake Texoma is really low, the water usually comes up to the road

    1. Will Engle 0
      I agree! @BrianScott
    2. Brian Mcpherson 0
      I love Texoma! Great fishing!
    3. Will Engle 0
      We threw out the whole tackle box but still couldn't seem to catch anything. The fish didn't seem very active today. @abuley34
    4. Austin Buley 0
      Any luck today?
    5. Will Engle 0
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  4. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Drop Shot

    Out fishing with my uncle at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. If you haven't been here before I would highly recommend it! Great fishing and hunting right ...more on Lake Texoma.

    1. Will Engle 0
      Thanks! @matt
    2. Matt Dobson 0
      Nice pic man! FYI just added Hagerman to our db.
    3. Cody Palmer 0
      I haven't heard too much really. I'm Just looking for something in the 12 ft range around $500 for now. Unsure what my best option would be.
    4. Will Engle 0
      I've heard great reviews about Native's @zkid09
    5. Cody Palmer 0
      Ahh I gotcha. I'm looking at a 12 ft native red fish yak Right now
    6. Will Engle 0
      @zkid09 the Pelican cost $300, it's almost impossible to stand on. The Trophy 126 cost $400, I'm able to stand up but it took a while to get used to since ...more I'm not used to standing on a kayak.
    7. Cody Palmer 0
      @TXfisherman97 sweet. How much are they? Are they stable enough to stand up?
    8. Will Engle 0
      I'm also a beginner at kayaking. I have no complaints with the Trophy 126, it is easy to handle and comes with two built in rod holders. It's a great fishing ...more kayak. @zkid09
    9. Will Engle 0
      My uncle was using my kayak (the green one), it is a Future Beach Trophy 126. The yellow one is a Pelican Potomac. Both are great kayaks. @zkid09
    10. Cody Palmer 0
      That's awesome man. What kind of yaks yall got? I wanna good beginner yak but unsure what I want yet
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  5. Details: Alligator Gar with a AMS Bowfishing

    1. blake phillips 0
      Oh that's at hagerman! I go there all the time
    2. Hunter Wilson 0
      Hagerman refuge
    3. Swamp Mafia 0
      That's a nice size needle!
    4. blake phillips 0
      What is the name of that area?
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