Anthony's Lake Texoma Fishing Guide Service





Anthony Warren has been a guide on Lake Texoma since 2000, but has been fishing this lake for the last 20 years. Anthony isn't just a seasonal guide but a full time guide which means he is on the water a much more considerable amount of time compaired to other guides who are just seasonal. This being said, Anthony's time on the water allows him to keep more current on the changes in the fish patterns and locations.

We provide a family friendly enviroment that is clean cut and appropriate for all ages. Anthony's boat, a 23 foot Falcon with enough room to accommodate all kinds of groups including families, bachelor parties and church groups groups of up to 6 people.

Funny enough, the #1 question asked before a fishing trip is, "Are we gonna catch a bunch of "dinks" (small fish) and be back in to the dock in a couple of hours". From personal experience and word on the dock, there are a bunch of guides that think that that kind of trip is acceptable. Let me tell you friends, Anthony "NOT" one of those guides. We will stay out at least 4 hours and most of the time around 6 or 7, because that is what you pay for. This time will depend on catching your limit. But, rest asured, you will catch your limit and they won't be a bunch of "dinks". Every day we put as many baits in the bait tank as it will hold. Compared to some guides who will only put a limited amount of bait in their tank. When there tank runs out they will then tell you, "The trip is over". We have no problem with catch and release, we can just stay out longer. But, when a fish swallows a hook and becomes gut hooked it will not live if released, so we will have to keep it. Once we have our limit in the boat, then and only then will the trip be over. We fish live bait most of the time, but will use artificial when it works. Anthony's Fishing Guide Service is here at your disposal.

We provide all fishing rods and tackle needed for your trip. The only things you will need to bring are food/drinks, clothing needed for the conditions and a current Lake Texoma fishing license.The reason you need a Lake Texoma license is that we might cross the TX/OK border several times throughout the day. At the end of every trip the days catch will be fileted and bagged, so make sure you bring a ice chest and ice for your filetes. Now, let's go catch some fish.

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Lake Texoma Weather Forecast

Friday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 51

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 35

Saturday

Sunny

Hi: 61

Saturday Night

Clear

Lo: 39

Sunday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 63

Sunday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 46

Monday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 58

Monday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 49


Lake Texoma Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 1/28: 615.91 (-1.09)



Lake Texoma

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jan. 26)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 45-48 degrees; 1.08 feet low. Striped bass are good some days and great others. Due to the cooler water temperatures best success comes from dead sticking using pink and clear five-inch flukes with one ounce jig heads. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors. Striped bass are good in 40-65 feet of water deadsticking with flukes and one ounce jig heads, or drifting main lake flats to catch those suspended in 35-50 feet of water. Catfish are slow, patience and anchor fishing with fresh cut shad or perch in 70 feet of water can bring some in the boat. No report of crappie, other than people are on the lake catching them. Report by Trey Franklin, Tight Lines Guide Service.

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