Lake Texoma Fishing Guides STRIPER EXPRESS


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We Guarantee EXCITEMENT!
Lake Texoma Fishing Guide Striper Express specializes in Topwater Striper Fishing on Lake Texoma. We Stalk and Play Lake Texoma's feisty Striped Bass using Lures Only. Our Approach is akin to Fly-Fishing and Hunting.

• Catch Your Bass at the Surface - See the Strike and Watch the Fight!
We actively seek our prey, moving frequently to find bass schooling and feeding at the surface.

• More Fun and Less Waiting With A Striper Express Lake Texoma Fishing Guide. Our way is definitely NOT your dad's old-style, bottom-bumping,
bait-drowning, sit-still-in-a-boat-hoping-for-a-BITE fishing.


• You Will Catch Fish - We'll Teach You How!
Do we Guarantee Fish? Texoma has the world's biggest striped bass spawn -
GOD guarantees fish!
We Guarantee EXCITEMENT!

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903-462-4612

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Lake Texoma Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 75

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 55

Wednesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 77

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 59

Thursday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 69

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 48

Friday

Sunny

Hi: 66

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 48


Lake Texoma Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/20: 616.37 (-0.63)



Lake Texoma

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 14)

GOOD. Water normal stain; 38-41 degrees; 0.06 feet below pool. Striped bass are fair on flukes drifting 35-45 feet of water near the rivers as we get closer to the spawn. Slow rolling swimbaits in coves and on points in 8-15 feet of water are still working for bigger fish. Glow and smoked shad are colors of choice. Crappie are slow on minnows in 10-12 feet of water on brush and dock piles. Look for the fish to move into the coves and creeks with the warmer weather. Catfish are slow on dead shad drifting 30-40 feet of water on ledges for keeper size fish. Bigger fish are shallow, look for dirty warmer water with inflow from rains. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are fair on swimbaits in stumps on points in 8-12 feet of water, and swimbaits along the bluffs in the backs of the coves on warmer days. Report by Jacob Orr, Guaranteed Guide Service Lake Texoma. Striped bass are starting to gorge on bait, so fish can be slow to bite but overall the bite is good. The most active bite in 3-30 feet of water on the humps and ledges using Alabama rigs, swimbaits, and some anglers are having success long lining. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

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