Cross Creek Striper Fishing report 1/15/2011

Well as far as fishing this time of year, I guess I am a land lover.    I have never found the cold weather or the fish to be interesting enough to freeze to death.   I feel I don't hate the fish that much, and know it gets better fishing during the spring, and the rest of the year.  The fish are somewhat more healthy and fat, with less pressure that the prime fishing times, but during the cold, bait is hard to find, and so are the fish.

I will be at a few of the fishing shows here and there, but the best way to find me in my website. I have a nice clean safe boat, and have been doing this for 18 years.    There will be times the fish will not bite no matter what, but that time is less than 1% of the time, and weather is a factor during these times. 

    Good Fishing……."JD"

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StriperFish Lake Texoma Fishing Report

March 2. 2010:  Putting the fishing shows behind me, I took an ole friend from my home town, out on a little seek and find fishing trip, since we finally had a pretty day. It was a lot of seek since I had not been out in some time, but finally nailed down one of my ole fishing holes, and let him see how good he was at bringing in the "big one". He needed a lot of practice since he fishes out of Greenbelt Lake, but he finally got the hang of it again, and brought in some nice ones. It looks like the Spring Break coming up, will find Lake Texoma ready for the kids, and I am glad since I fish 20 of them in a couple weeks. I am posting a few pictures of yesterday, asking that if you have a free day or two, give me a hollar and lets go fishing , not hunting.

March 4. 2010:  same report, biggest this time to 12 lbs. Great fish, Great Day.

Lake Texoma Striper Fishing with croiss Creek Guide Service

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Cross Creek Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 2/8/2010

Catching some nice stripers, biggest to 16 lbs. Fish healthy, and good fighters. Although it is cold and rainy, the fish don't seem to care. We are having to go some distance to get to the fish, so need to wear rain gear, and dress warm. I will be putting out my catfish jugs the first or March, so will check them in conjunction to my striper trips, costing a little more for the jugs.  I have a couple shows, one in Wichita, and one in OKC, so if you get a chance, swing by and say hello.  I also wanted to mention that I am trying to organize a free guide trip for our soldiers, in mid November, who have recently returned from Afghanistan .  For more info visit


Cross Creek Lake Texoma Fishing Report 1/9/2010

There wont be a lot of news during the winter months, as most guides do not fish in the extreme cold here at Lake Texoma.    Today it is 12 degrees, minus 10 degrees wind child, so not a good day to be on the lake.   My last trip last Wednesday, the fishing was skimpy, as fish were as sluggish as the live bait.   I used Flukes and live bait, and had to work to get anything, although the six I fished this day, were avid fishermen from Alaska, and weathered the lake, much better than this ole senior.    We went out of highport, west, where we found lots of fish, but few that active.   We tried lot of methods, but did not get our limit, but all-in-all we had a very fun time, pulling a few stripers and white bass. 


Cross Creek Striper Fishing Report 12/14/2009

The fishing is still great but bait in my area is mostly non-existent.   I have traveled some l hour to find it for my pending fishing trips.   We have been anchoring on a ledge, 47-55 feet. and fish stayed with us, til we limited, and then burned bait, staying out on the water for the enjoyment of it.  

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Big fish are skinny, but the combinations of fish, giving lots of filets, to take home.    The weather was cold this week, but the weekend turned out nice.    Believe this Winter will be good all way to Spring.     I am going to take a break for few weeks, hopefully going to see my grandkids in California .   Good fishing…….JD

Cross Creek Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 11/4/2009

Lake Texoma is beautiful these days, with the water temp at 67; levels at 620.53; gates closed; sunrise, 6:49a and sunset 5:31p. We are catching our limits each trip, with fish gradually getting bigger, but still somewhat skinny. Trying to depart right at sunrise, hitting a few banks with artificial, for trophy fish, and checking some jug lines for those customers who request juglines. Going to be on the windy side this weekend 15-25 winds, and hoping can get at point where wind is not a problem. Fishing is good and think a new record striper was caught just recently. My dream is to get someone that new record for striper on Lake Texoma. "J.D."

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Cross Creek Lake Texoma Fishing Report 10/24/2009

Beautiful fall days!.    (23rd)   Fished large group out Grandpappy, limiting early with mixed large, small fish..   Evening trip 8 cats on jugs, largest to 22 lbs.    Next morning, limited early, with big fish coming back with water temps coming down.    Another big catfish,  ending with a great mess of fish for this group from Dallas.    Lets go fishing………I mean catching……"J.D."


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Cross Creek Lake Texoma Fishing Report 10/21/2009

Fishing has been very good, with lots of trips ending with lots of fish but stripers on the small size, with the big fish skinny. I have had lots of request for catfish juglines harvesting lots of big fish. Weather has been rainy & cool, but good.  


Last Sunday, we got a 46.9 lb. blue along with 21, 17, 12lbers., etc. Good thing Lionel and his crew helped me clean them or we would have been cleaning all night. They and other groups, Chilli and Son from OKC, are coming back for more next month….."J.D."


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Cross Creek Striper Lake Texoma Fishing Report 7/21/2009

Good Days, and not so good days. Saturday evening was a disaster, too many boats, and when did get it going, boats ran through us, running everything away. Catching lots of big fish, but limits hard to come by, throwing big fish back. I have had some good customers the last week, not to say they all arent good customers, but in this heat, they have all stayed the course, and gotten a lot of good fish. Had been doing good in evening, but with recent rain, I like the morning right now. We have been starting at the dam, and working ourselves south, with good topwater action (smaller fish) and using slabs and some bait, bringing bigger fish.

Cross Creek Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guide Service

Biggest this week was 15# striper, taken by Hannah Perez, with her mother Shawndell bringing in a 12. Other groups fishing with me came close. Riha group, who have fished with me for the past 12 years, did well Sunday morning getting all their over 20s in one shot at the dam. The 5 took turns mastering the topwater and slabs/bait well. It died off fast with the heat. They had good boxes both Saturday (morn) and Sunday. Business slowing down some now, so can rest my arthritic bones a little. With a couple days off I can regroup after a little r- e- s- t. Good fishing…..JD

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Cross Creek Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 6/1/2009

Well some fish hitting top water now, and catching a few with slabs, so the artificial season will be upon us very soon.   I am still using live bait, fishing the humps, and drops offs, catching good quality fish, all overs, (20 inch fish) and coming in with the best boxs, I have had in some time.  

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I believe you could catch good stripers almost anywhere on Texoma.  (if you know where to be). "JD"

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