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A Lake Texoma fishing guide since 1983, Bill Carey has been striper fishing on Lake Texoma since 1977. He writes the monthly Lake Texoma Fishing Report for Texas Fish & Game, and, Texas Outdoors Journal magazines. A freelance photographer and writer, Bill is a long-time member of the Texas Outdoor Writers Association. Bill Carey is on several Pro-Staff fishing teams, and also does seminars at trade shows and outdoor events.




June Fishing Is Awesome on Lake Texoma


The stripers have finished their annual spawn. They have migrated back into the main lake. The fish are beginning to group up into large schools. You can locate these schools of fish almost anywhere on the lake. Our favorite spots are from the North Island up to Washita Point.


The baits of choice are 5-inch Zoom fluke in Baby Bass color and 4-inch sassy shad in white glow or chartreuse. Place your soft plastic on a ¾ to 1 ounce white jig head. Use your electronics to locate the schools on the ledges and in the deeper river channel. You can use slabs after mid-month when the schools are really grouped up. In late June, the traditional surfacing topwater action begins. Acres of stripers will push the shad to the surface in


Our favorite spots are from the North Island up to Washita Point. The baits of choice are 5-inch Zoom fluke in Baby Bass color and 4-inch sassy shad in white glow or chartreuse. Place your soft plastic on a ¾ to 1 ounce white jig head. Use your electronics to locate the schools on the ledges and in the deeper river channel. You can use slabs after mid-month when the schools are really grouped up.


In late June, the traditional surfacing topwater action begins. Acres of stripers will push the shad to the surface in early morning. Cast Cordell Pencil Poppers, Zara spooks, and magnum chug bugs for some great action.


       Tight Lines.


       Bill Carey


http://www.striperexpress.com/


Don't Miss Out on This Week's Pics Below!



Breaking News!


This morning—May 18—Our captain’s communications


Here is the fantastic play by play report from our guides on the water:


6:21 a.m—Capt: Chis: “30 blow-ups—11 fish!”


6:23 a.m—Capt. Jimmy: “Double and triple hookups on top!"


6:24 a.m—Capt. J.B.: “We’re catching a bunch here—All topwater!”


6:40 a.m.—Capt. Chris: “Caught tons here—Most are keepers!”


6:41 a.m.—Capt. Jimmy: “Still Catching—Got a 10 pounder on top!”


Folks, we recorded this just minutes before we sent this newsletter!


IT’S TOPWATER TIME!


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PICS:


1st: Cheryl Ewing, Kaufman, TX: 10 lb striper!


2nd: Steve Purcell, McKinney, TX: 4+ lb smallmouth bass!


3rd: Donny Anderson, Pampa, TX


4th: Mike Carroll Group, DFW Area


 




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Lake Texoma Current Weather Alerts

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Lake Texoma Weather Forecast

Friday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 93

Friday Night

Thunderstorms Likely

Lo: 68

Saturday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 79

Saturday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 67

Sunday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 82

Sunday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 67

Monday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 83

Monday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 68


Lake Texoma Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 6/23: 618.94 (+1.94)



Lake Texoma Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 21)

Water lightly stained; 80–83 degrees; 1.94’ high. Black bass are good on crankbaits, topwater poppers and shakyhead worms. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Striped bass are good on slabs and topwaters. Catfish are good on trotlines.






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