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Lake Texoma fishing has been very good this year, limits on every trip!

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.




Lake Texoma fishing has been very good this year, limits on every trip! But believe it or not it’s about to get better. Fall is here and with lows dipping down into the 50’s at night the water temp is dropping and the fish are getting more active. With each passing cold front we will get more and more gulls (birds) showing up on the lake that will lead us to schooling striper. Fall is one of my favorite times to fish on Lake Texoma, cooler temps, less boat traffic, and schooling fish so call me up and lets go catching.


Once you locate the fish you can catch them on live bait or lures. Topwater lures (like pencil poppers) will work good until the water temp drops down into the lower 60’s then swim baits in a shad or minnow profile usually work better. My preferred swim bait is a 5″ shad body on a 1oz jig head in chartreuse glitter or glow. Live bait is king right now but as the water cools in November lures will usually out produce live bait.


Fall is one of my favorite times to fish on Lake Texoma, cooler temps,less boat traffic, and schooling fish so call me up and lets go catching.




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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.