StriperMaster Weekly Fishing Report 2/15

One of the trips I fished this past week was a party of 8. The weather was cold and basically miserable, however our hearty group of fishermen displayed the patience needed . We found a good looking place in 55 ft. water, anchored the boat and fished from 8:30-11:30am. The fishing party finished the time off catching a good looking limit of good sized Lake Texoma stripers.

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Cancer Research Benefit

The AmericanLegion Auxiliary at Post 231 on Lake Texoma will be holding their Annual Cancer Research Benefit Feb. 17th.  Monies raised are distributed to MD Anderson Cancer Research Hospital in Houston and as Love Gifts to help out members who are suffering from this disease.  Over the years several of Texoma’s Guides have been very generous donating trips and money to the benefit.  It was asked of us at The Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Blog if we would be willing to help.  Having had a family members who have passed away due to this disease we were more than willing to help.  To date we have also recieved help from  StriperMaster Guide Service who donated a trip which will be auctioned off at the benefit.  If you would like to make a donation to this very worthy cause it would be gratefully appreciated.  All donations are fully tax deductible.  For information on how you an help, email the Post at roos@texoma.net or call the Post at 903-786-2353.

Lake Texoma Fishing Tip

A tip from your friends at Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Blog —– Be sure to ask about lodging if you are planning on staying overnight at Lake Texoma before or after your fishing trip.  The better guide services will more often than not be able to get you a great deal at one of the marinas and resorts.

Winter Fishing

Word from several of the guides on Lake Texoma is that if you will brave the cold weather and have a little patience you will be rewarded. Doug Keeter of StriperMaster Guide Service  has reported fish up to 15 lbs over the last week.  Tinker’s Guide Service has had groups catching nice messes of Lake Texoma stripers with several fish in the 7-10 lb. range. 

If you have a fishing report or picture of your big fish, leave us a comment.