Lake Texoma Fireworks 2022




This year, we are in store for an epic 4th of July weekend on Lake Texoma! With the holiday on Monday, it's the perfect chance for a long weekend on and around the water. 


July 2: Lake Texoma Fireworks Spectacular

The first night of fireworks on the water will be Saturday night at Highport Marina. You can watch this from shore at the marina, but it will be crowded. It's popular to watch from the water just outside the marina, although you should expect a full armada of boats! You can also see these very well from the islands. 


July 3: Lake Texoma 4th of July Fireworks

Sunday night will play host to two different fireworks shows, the more crowded of the two will be toward Kingston. Usually this show is launched from the Roosevelt Bridge, but this year will be from land just west of there, highly visible from the water.


July 3: Firework Show at Cove Point

You can also see a fireworks show at Lighthouse Resort & Marina on the Little Mineral arm of the lake. This is a great show to view from land or water. 

Get out there and enjoy Lake Texoma this weekend, and be safe!




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Lake Texoma Weather Forecast

Thursday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 84

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 66

Friday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 81

Friday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 62

Saturday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 72

Saturday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 61

Sunday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 79

Sunday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 64


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Water Level on 10/6: 614.68 (-2.32)



Lake Texoma

Fishing Report from TPWD (Oct. 5)

EXCELLENT. Water stained; 80 degrees; 2.30 feet below. While the lake is turning over, fishing with artificial baits has been tough but will improve as the water begins to clear. The striper bite is shallow early on topwaters, using swimbaits on shallow flats, and slabs in deeper water. Fall fishing is all about chasing the birds, so watch for the gulls and herons to start appearing. Sand bass in big numbers are on shallow flats in 10 feet of water or less using 4-inch swimbaits, downsized topwaters, and slabs. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors. Striped bass fishing is excellent with fish being caught on top waters in the backs of creeks at daybreak then fishing switching to live bait and drifting flats in 25-30 feet of water to finish a limit. Blue and channel catfish are still excellent on ledges and flats in 40-50 fow. A lot of small fish with the occasional big fish. Drift cut baits in 15-20 feet of water for the big blues. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are getting better with the cool weather. Topwaters around points and deep drop-offs early and switching to soft plastics 5-10 feet of water fishing fast. Crappie are good with a lot of small fish and a few big fish. Waiting to see those mid size keeper fish on the piles. 10-18 feet of water using electronics on brush piles. Report by Jacob Orr Lake Texoma Guaranteed Guide Service.

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