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Old 06-29-2010, 07:13 AM
 
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Would like to find a overnight fishing/camping spot. Rough style is just great. No bathrooms or running water etc. Tent style. Any info about fishing/camping etc greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:26 AM
 
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Still waiting for that one person that has the info i need. thanks
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Old 07-21-2010, 09:59 PM
 
Location: Where deer are milk cows and hoot owls are chickens and near where Big Foot is occasionally seen.
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Go to the link below to get a map from the Corp of Engineers in .pdf format.

http://www.swt.usace.army.mil/LIBRARY/Webhuntingmaps/wister.pdf (broken link)

Take a look at area 6 in Section 30. That is at the confluence of Conser creek and the Poteau River. Used to be a great place to fish many years ago but I have not been there since the mid 60's so have no idea what it is like now. My dad and I use to set trotlines out in the river using Katydids for bait and would catch a ton of channel cats. The water may be too hot for you to have much luck now though, the warmer the water, the less it is able to hold oxygen, the less fish will be able to survive in it.

To get Katydids, make a screen box with a top using a piece of innertube with a slit in it just big enough to slip your hand in the box. Get a good sized sledge hammer and go out to the oak trees, no larger than 6" to 8" in diameter. Smack the tree with sledge hammer and if there are Katydids up in it they will fall like big green rain drops. Pick 'em up and stick 'em in your Katydid box till it's time to bait up.
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