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Lake Sardis, Olklahoma Tips?

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We had our club meeting last night. Our tournament for April is on this lake. I am fishing as a co-angler. It is a 2 day tournament on the 20th and 21st. I have never fished this lake and would appreciate some tips.

Thanks

Darin

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If i ever get my old tinboat decked and engine running, its on my to do list of lakes for sure, i have heard its a good one!

 

Check out the Oklahoma Fishing Notebook

 http://fishing-notebook.com/forum/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=5

 

They post reports of various lakes, and im sure someone in the message board has fished Sardis some time and can give you some info.

 

I just pre-registered for the BWS last night as a co-angler, so March will be Grand on the 9th with BFL and Tenkiller on the 23rd with BWS.

 

Good luck!

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If i ever get my old tinboat decked and engine running, its on my to do list of lakes for sure, i have heard its a good one!

 

Check out the Oklahoma Fishing Notebook

 http://fishing-notebook.com/forum/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=5

 

They post reports of various lakes, and im sure someone in the message board has fished Sardis some time and can give you some info.

 

I just pre-registered for the BWS last night as a co-angler, so March will be Grand on the 9th with BFL and Tenkiller on the 23rd with BWS.

 

Good luck!

Thanks! I'll check it out.  

 

I'll give ya a little tip for Grand.  1/4 oz Scrounger jig head with a baby bass fluke around the docks!  The lake record was caught this past summer on that same bait.  I also tossed this same bait at Tenkiller and the Brownies seemed to like it as well. Good Luck to you as well!

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Woot! Thank you for the tip much appreciated!

One of the reason I'm wanting to fish these tourneys is to get on some waters I have never been on with some anglers that I can learn from.

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On the flukes u recommend the 4"? Or the 5.25"?

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On the 1/4 oz head use the 4". BPS has the heads with a few plastics with them. Around 3.50 a piece. My Wally world has the as well just a little cheaper.

Also on Grand. Have a buzzbait or spook tied on. If you come to any wave breaks or seawall throw it out along both sides. They ALWAYS have fish on them.

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Excellent! I am currently making a Lake Notes on my iphone cause if i dont write this stuff down i will never remember! 

I cant wait to try the Scrounger out even at my local farm pond, last year i introduced myself to caffeine shads.... killer! just fishing them weightless similar to the fluke but just have a strong coffee smell the bass loved them! But my fist thought was try one of those bad boys on that Scrounger jig as well.

 

Man i am so excited to be doing this co-angler thing this year, march can't come soon enough! just hope i get a decent boater.

 

I want to try to fish more and learn more this year is why i decided to try out the co-angler.

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One more for ya for Grand.  A #5 shad rap in natural color.  Make sure it's the balsa and not the plastic.  Throw it on light line.  I usually use a spinning reel and a 7' M rod.  Set the drag and hold on.

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