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Lake Texoma Striper Reports - Apr 20, 2018

by
Capt Steve Texoma Fishing Guide
Capt. Steve - 24+ Years Experience guiding in Texas. Will work hard to put you on fish every time out. Licensed Professional Fishing Guide Service. Fine Boat & Quality Tackle Furnished.




by Capt. Steve Barnes


Fishing has been pretty tough with the wind and below average temps but it can’t stay windy and cold forever so we have some great fishing to look forward to.


I believe a good number of our larger fish have moved from the lake up into the Red and Washita rivers to spawn, they usually show up back in the lake about the second week of May.


Fishing is really hit and miss with the weather right now and many days have just been unfishable because of the extremely high winds. Its gonna be great fishing when we get a more stable weather pattern so we just have to be patient. Fish are anywhere from 10-60 foot of water but as a general rule the shallower you can find them the easier they are to catch and keep your eyes open for working birds. Live bait and artificial bait are both effective right now and topwater bite might happen in a couple more weeks. Its gonna be a season for the record books but we gotta get a warmer more stable weather pattern. Come on May !!!




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Lake Texoma Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Rain

Hi: 47

Tuesday Night

Chance Rain

Lo: 44

Wednesday

Chance Rain

Hi: 54

Wednesday Night

Chance Rain

Lo: 49

Thursday

Chance Rain

Hi: 55

Thursday Night

Rain Likely

Lo: 46

Friday

Rain

Hi: 54

Friday Night

Slight Chance Rain

Lo: 50


Lake Texoma Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 10/16: 628.40 (+11.40)



Lake Texoma Fishing Report from TPWD (Oct. 10)

Water lightly stained to stained; 75–79 degrees; 3.96’ high. Black bass are slow on shakyhead worms, topwater poppers and squarebill crankbaits. Crappie are good on minnows. Striped bass are good on slabs and topwaters. Catfish are fair on trotlines.