Reel Livin Guide Service


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Located in Texas and specializing in Striper fishing, Reel Livin Guide Service is the Premier Lake Texoma Fishing Guide Service. We strive to provide each customer with a positive and memorable fishing experience. We provide both half day and full day fishing charters during any time of year.

We are fully Licensed & Insured, and always have competitive rates:

- Quality Lake Texoma Fishing Trips Year Round
- Half Day thru full day Trips, Live Bait, Artificials
- Dead Stick fishing during winter months

- About Reel Livin Guide Service -

Reel Livin Guide Service is owned and operated by Kevin Cates. He has been fishing LakeTexoma for over 15 years. Kevin lives an hour from Lake Texoma, and spends all of his free time learning Striper fishing techniques at both Lake Texoma, and other great Striper fisheries throughout the country.

Since 2000, Kevin Cates has devoted his free time to perfecting the skills and techniques needed to consistently catch Freshwater Stripers. He has provided his family, friends, and clients with countless successful fishing trips over the years.

Kevin is very knowledgeable and is always glad to share information and answer any fishing questions you may have. Reel Livin Guide Service is a family owned and operated business. Kevin's son Kyle is aboard most guided trips, operating as the deck hand to ensure all customer's are promptly taken care of during their fishing voyage.

At Reel Livin Guide Service, we primarily target Striped Bass while on your trip, although we do sometimes catch White Bass, Largemouth Bass, Crappie, and Catfish while Striper Fishing. If one of these other species are biting well while on your trip and you want to catch them instead, just let your guide know and we will be glad to accommodate. (We love to catch big stripers, but we also know that some folks just like to catch fish; any kind of fish, as long as they are biting well.)

Our primary goal is for you to have a fun and successful fishing trip, and to come back again. We value your repeat business and your word of mouth advertising.

Thank you for choosing Reel Livin Guide Service! We Appreciate Your Business.

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Tuesday

Hot

Hi: 101

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 81

Wednesday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 92

Wednesday Night

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Lo: 75

Thursday

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Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 72

Friday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 88

Friday Night

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Lake Texoma Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/16: 618.88 (+1.88)



Lake Texoma

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 10)

GOOD. Water stained; 75 degrees; 1.96 feet above pool. Striped bass fishing is great using live bait, slabs or topwaters on the right day. The weather should fire them up this week, watch for birds bouncing around the banks and hovering over schooling fish in deep water along river channels and main lake ledges. Bass fishing is slow using top waters early along the bluffs and using electronics to fish brush piles in coves 10-20 feet of water. Slow and shrink your approach to match the hatch and the heat. Crappie fishing is good jigging brush piles using electronics in the little mineral arm of the lake and near docks. 12-15 feet of water finding structure and roaming fish on chartreuse and black jigs. Catfishing is good seeing channels coming off baited holes and punch bait in 15-25 feet of water. Blue catfish are roaming the deep water in 40-50 feet of water eating cut shad. Fish the rocks and deep flats. Report by Jacob Orr, Guaranteed Guide Service Lake Texoma. Stripers are excellent on topwaters, and the slab bite has really kicked off landing the larger fish. Live bait bite has slowed. Water clarity has improved and the recent flooding has subsided so the summer pattern has resumed. Look for white egrets feeding on fish midlake to direct the way to fish. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

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