Hey Kuk...
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Posted on Thursday Sep 27, 2012 at 9:51 PM  
Just read the board Wiki for the first time and notice the Saugeye info on T-bird, but noticed one big thing left off of it. Just curious, was it left off for a reason? There is a spot in the spring that is like clock work and they are easy pick'n. I assume you know what I'm talking about... Why wasn't it mentioned? Just curious.

P.S. Where is a good place to purchase hybrid striped bass fingerling? Is there a private/public farm that will sell fingerling? THANKS in advance!
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Posted on Friday Sep 28, 2012 at 1:47 PM  
Take you crappie fishing on my secret spot for a peek at your secret spot. T-bird is on my list for someday soon. Never been there.
Posted on Tuesday Oct 2, 2012 at 9:00 AM  
Sorry for the delay...EXPO took me away from everything else. The Thunderbird saugeye info is a combination of telemetry studies and observations from ODWC field crews doing surveys on the lake. We may have missed a spot or two, but generally wanted to give anglers something to use to find saugeye and get the basic idea of good locations.

Search the OK Department of Agriculture website for commercial fish producers (in their Aquaculture link). If I remember correctly, the Aquaculture bunch at Langston University was producing hybrids in recent years.
Posted on Wednesday Oct 3, 2012 at 10:35 AM  
Hey thanks Kuk I appreciate the info on the hybrids.

So are there any area(s) of water on T-bird or tributaries that are closed to fishing? I haven't looked it up, but was told there is/are... I assume access is closed and not actual waters. Is this correct?
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Posted on Wednesday Oct 3, 2012 at 12:34 PM  
The only restricted area I know of is below the dam and somewhat restricted on the dam (from shore). Other than that, private property on the Little River upstream is no access without landowner permission.
Posted on Wednesday Oct 3, 2012 at 1:09 PM  
That is what I suspected, but not what I was told. Sane holds true for Hog Creek I guess too. Funny how things change as the info is told and retold... Thanks again!
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Posted on Wednesday Oct 3, 2012 at 3:46 PM  
Langston is not producing any hybrids. They did have hybrid bluegill many years ago but I don't remember them ever being offered for sale.

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