Fishing Guides Lake Texoma

By: Striper Express Guide Service  06/22/2014
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Lake Texoma Fishing Report | Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guides

The fish are grouping up in large schools and roaming the lake in a feeding frenzy. There is nothing more exciting than having a big striper explode on your plug. Mid mornings, tie on your 1.5-ounce chartreuse, chrome or white slabs. Cast topwater plugs on shallow banks with deep-water near-by. Striper Fishing Tips: Top water fishing at its best. The striped bass have finished their annual spawn. Best Baits: Topwaters and Slabs.


Lake Texoma Fishing Guides | Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guides

Bill is a member of the Texas Outdoors Writers Association and writes the Lake Texoma monthly report in Texas Fish & Game and Texas Outdoors Journal magazines. Whether you are casting at the shallow banks or chasing schools of surfacing stripers, you have to ask yourself, is this heaven. Bill Carey is on several Pro-staff teams and gives fishing seminars at trade shows and outdoor events.


Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guides | Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guides

I feel privileged to be one of the many Lake Texoma striper guides and have the opportunity to provide anglers with a first-class fishing experience. There is nothing more exciting than having a hungry striped bass attack your lure – Texoma is truly a fisherman’s dream come true. On holiday in 1977, I booked a striped bass fishing trip with Pro-guide Cracker Shelby.


Lake Texoma Striper Guides | Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guides

The two largest bass weighed about nine pounds, and just as Carey mentioned he has recently caught much larger fish at this spot, it happened. We caught several striped bass on the Pencil Poppers, it was the more noisy Chug Bugs that seemed to attract most of the strikes. He already had several rods rigged with two of his favorite top-water lures – Pencil Poppers and Chug Bugs.