StriperMaster Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 2/8/2008

  It has been several weeks since my last Lake Texoma fishing report. Our current lake level is at 614.40 with a water temperature of 44 degrees. I have had little success with lures this past month, an occasional decent day but nothing to really brag about. So back to bait fishing…. My preference this time of year is Gizzard Shad. although Threadfin Shad will work they seem to get weak after a couple of hours in the bait tank while the Gizzards are good and frisky.

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Cross Creek Guide Fishing Report

Well here I am with JoLean sitting in a booth at Claremore Oklahoma, at a fishing/hunting show, advertising my business, wishing my ole buddies would call and book a fishing trip where I wouldn't have to go out and work so hard.   I have sat here for an hour and handed out 1 broshure, so guess these okies dont fish much.   There is no doubt I have lots of dates open, since a lot of my fishing friends thought I was done for after last fall….and I do mean fall.   But I am back, better than ever, working out with weights, doing 12 oz curls, well right now for instance.   I hope each of you are doing well, and getting plans together for that big time out on the water, with the #1 fishing guide at Texoma.   just has a good sound about it, dont it?    Let get that group together and go fishing, as I have bought a new house, and need the money!  Free lodging if you book within the next two weeks.   Give me a call…….JD

StriperMaster Lake Texoma Striper Fishing New Year’s Report

<p>I have to apologize for being tardy, but with fishing and trying to get my new house ready to move into, I got behind. With this cooler weather the last couple of weeks, the fishing for stripers on Lake Texoma has been exceptionally good. The water temp is around 50 degrees with a lake elevation of around 615.5 feet above sea level.

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Tinker’s New Years Fishing Report

HAPPY NEW YEAR

We hope all our friends and customers had a great Christmas and Holidays and we wish you all the best for the New Year. December has been a little slow as usual but we did have a few fishermen to brave the weather. We had 89 fishermen to date this month and they brought in 770 stripers to the cleaning table. December 4th L.E. Wehling and his group fished with us for two days bringing in 76 stripers. On December 8th Dan Clear brought his boys up to fish with us taking home 30 stripers. Webb Lockwood and his group fished on December 15th and brought in 32 stripers and one sand bass that was only .01 lb. of the Lake Texoma record. December 15th was a day for adventures. Tom McCullough and his friends Rusty, Shane, and Bill braved the cold and the wind plus a boat that overheated and had to be moved to another boat. They still brought in their limit of stripers. What a way to spend a Christmas Eve, out fishing on beautiful Lake Texoma. Scott Friedman and his family came in with 50 stripers and Scott was so excited that he gave his fish a big kiss. Tim Sims also brought his boys for a fishing trip on Christmas Eve leaving with 40 stripers to 7 lbs and 11 sand bass. Justin was on leave from our armed forces and we would like to thank him and all our guys and gals in the armed forces.

Christmas Eve striper fishing on Lake Texoma

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StriperMaster Lake Texoma Fishing Report 11/22/2007

This past two weeks of fishing on Lake Texoma have been really good. We have been catching alot of fish on the drop-offs and ledges using live bait. I have been drift fishing quite a bit of the time just to keep up with the schools of texoma stripers as they are moving very fast. I have also had some very good days fishing on anchor when the fish stay in one place. On other days I have anchored down, baited the lines and the stripers just blow through and keep on going.

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Tinker’s November Fishing Report

With the water temperatures staying in the 80’s for so long the good fall fishing is expected to last into December. The biologists are predicting Lake Texoma to have more 18” to 24” striper than in the last ten years. With each catch brought in we are seeing bigger and better fish. Catfish are starting to bite at the boathouse. Our fishermen have caught blue cats ranging from 12 to 30 lbs in the last two weeks. The forecast for the next week is for lows in the low 50’s and highs in the low 70’s. It will be partly cloudy with 10 to 15 MPH southerly winds. Thursday and Friday will be a few degrees cooler with northerly winds starting Wednesday afternoon changing to the south by Friday. This will make the weekend temperatures warmer.

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StriperMaster Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 11/03/2007

Since my last report I have made the move to live bait with excellent results. Although topwater and slabs are still working, we have been flat wearing them out on live bait. The quality and size of the Lake Texoma stripers caught on live bait is now much better than those caught on lures. Topwater fishing is resulting in a lot of hookups but just a little smaller fish.

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StriperMaster Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 10/25/2007

 Fishing Lake Texoma this past week has been an adventure. High winds have made for rough water. The stripers on Lake Texoma must be enjoying these conditions and have been giving us fisherman a high time all week.

   As I mentioned last week some seagulls and the egrets and blue herrings have been moving in and helpful finding the large schools of feeding fish. The past few days the seagulls have really moved in and taken over. Nothing is more exciting than seagulls screaming, bait fish boiling out and water and skipping across the surface trying to escape the big stripers blowing up under them. Some of the other guides on the lake have moved to live bait, but with all this action going on it is just too much fun to put up the topwater lures and slabs just yet. We've been catching our limits of good sized stripers and having a blast doing so.

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StriperMaster Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 10/17/2007

With cooler days and nights upon us, I've noticed a BIG change in the quality of the stripers being caught. Lake Texoma's level is 616.90 feet with a surface water temperature of 74 degrees.

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Although fish are being caught on live bait I'm still preferring lures at this time. The seagulls, egrets and blue herrings have been very helpful finding the large schools of feeding fish.

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