StripersInc Lake Texoma Fishing Report 6/30/2011

The striper fishing on Lake Texoma is not what it used to be last year and years past, but it is still better than any other striper lake in the world. We may not be catching our limits everyday while some days are tougher than others but we are still catching fish on every trip and sending our customers happy. On a good day you can expect 30-40 fish, maybe more, and on a bad day we’re catching 10-20 fish. Most of the fish we are catching are in the 2-4 pound range but here and there we are seeing 10-14 pound fish coming in.

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StripersInc Lake Texoma Fishing Report

May is traditionally one of the best months of the year for catching lots of stripers, but for whatever reason, this year, May was tough fishing here on Lake Texoma. You could find lots of fish but they were just in a bad mood and wouldn’t want to feed. You might catch one or two fish before they would leave and you would have to look for another school. The good news is that the fish got over their funk and the last few days have been great fishing. We are finally starting to pull limits consistently morning and evening, as it should be for this time of year, with a big fish thrown in here and there for good measure.

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StripersInc Lake Texoma Fishing Report 4/27/2001

Searching for Better Fish
Lots of rain and storms should mean a successful striper spawn this year for Lake Texoma. Most of our larger fish are now up river delivering their eggs to ensure a healthy and stable population of fish. The fishing this past week has continued to improve but with the late spawn it is not as good as it has been in years past this time of year. Little fish are almost guaranteed now and you can catch as many as you want all day long. Catching better fish, since there are limited numbers in the main lake now, takes a little more skill and a lot more luck. I’ve been spending most of the time on my trips trying to put nice fish in the box. Some days it works out for me and some days I have to settle for the little fish.

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StriperInc Lake Texoma Fishing Report 3/28/2011

It seems all the signs of spring are now upon us. Wild flowers are starting to bloom, the trees are getting their leaves, my garden is coming up, and most importantly, the fish are starting to bite here on Lake Texoma. With the warmer weather the surface temperature has climbed into the 60’s in the main lake which is the striper’s preferred temperature range where they feed the most aggressively. As a result the fishing has really been turning on and we are even starting to see a big fish turn up here and there. It is still a little hit and miss but both the hit and the miss are getting better by the day.
 
Monday 3/21 I had three guys and it was a little slow, I think I ended up with around 8 or 10 fish for 3 guys.
 
Tuesday 3/22 the wind was blowing like crazy and I tried to get my group to cancel but they wanted to give it a shot anyway. Well, 4-5 ft seas are no joke but safely navigated to a safe spot out of the wind where we could catch some fish. We ended up with 19 fish for a group of 4 which I was please to have considering the conditions and the fact we were limited to fishing one spot.  

 

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StriperInc Lake Texoma Fishing Report 3/7/2011

It is evident that March has arrived as it seems the wind is always blowing which can make fishing tough as Lake Texoma can get rough and you are limited to where you can fish but I’ve been making it work thus far. The catfishing has died down a bit as expected for March and the striper fishing is beginning to pick back up as the water warms. Theoretically, each week should be better than the last with the continually warming water temperatures.

Friday March 4th we tried our luck catfishing and it had gotten much slower from the previous week. We fished live and cut gizzard shad on the bottom in 70-80ft. of water on anchor. There were several fish still there and we were getting lots of bites but th ey just were not in the mood. They would just chew on the bait and never really take it. I moved several times but it was the same story everywhere I went. We ended up bringing home 10 cats up to 8 pounds to split between 2 people which was not terrible but we should have done better. We did manage to lose our 2 biggest fish which would have certainly made our day but that's how it goes sometimes. Still it was a great day out and we had a blast. 

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StriperInc. Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 1/8/2011

Lake Texoma Fishing Report :: Lure Bite Turning On!

Winter patterns are finally setting in here on Lake Texoma. Water temperature is at 49⁰ and elevation is normal. Every year around January, the fish go through a transition as the water temperature drops into the 40’s. It seems like one day after catching limits for several days straight, you hit a wall and the fish you were catching off of bait just will not bite anymore and the lure bite starts to get hot and lasts through March. Well, we are not at that point. Bait fishing is dead and the lure bite is on. The cat fishing is also picking up as well.  

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StriperInc. Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Report 10/25/2010

As the water temperature on Lake Texoma continues to cool, the striper fishing keeps getting better. Due to  extreme summer temperatures this year, the fall bite has been pushed back a couple of weeks and I’m just now starting to see it really turning on. The surface temperature readings are around 72 ⁰ When the water temperature finally falls in the 60’s we should be catching limits on every trip.

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The nasty weather and strong south winds that we had over the weekend were great! Not only did it scare off all of the boats, but it made for some of the best fishing yet this fall. Topwater fishing was awesome as is expec ted for this time of year and all of our big fish came in on topwaters. There are lots of big fish that have survived our annual summer fish kill and we brought in several fish in the 6-8 lb. range. Most all of the bigger fish have made it back to a healthy weight but are still a little on the skinny side while the fish under 20” are all fat and healthy. 
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StripersInc. Striper Fishing Report 8/3/2010

Whether it is a lack of threadfin shad, zebra muscles, lake elevation, climate, or all of the above, one thing is for sure, the fishing has never been this good this late in the summer. Don’t get me wrong, summer fishing can be great and we normally catch lots of big fish but this year is definitely and exception because we’re still catching fish like it is spring except they are all over 20”.  

 

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StripersInc Fishing Report 12/9/2009

Lake Texoma Fishing Report :: Hot Fishing in Cold Weather!

I just got moved in to my new house and got the internet set up and I finally found the time to put out a fishing report. It feels great to finally get everything moved, now if I could just get all of my stuff to jump out of the boxes and put up where it belongs. The cold weather has definitely set in and the fishing remains as good as ever. The striper fishing is phenomenal and the catfishing is picking up. The big cats are still hanging around the cleaning docks put should start schooling up in the deep water any day now. Live bait on anchor in 30-50 ft is producing fish as fast as you can drop the bait down. Lures are working equally as well. 5” glow sassy shad with a 1 1/2 oz head and chartreuse spiked tail are the ticket fished in 15-30ft and slow rolled along the bottom under the birds.

 

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Striper Inc. Striper Fishing Report 9/14/2009

Today was one of the days that you dream about all year long. It was the nastiest weather of the year, no one else in sight, and more topwater fish than you can ever imagine. My customers this morning had to cancel so I decided to go out alone because the conditions were ideal. I made it out around daybreak and started catching fish on every cast, all on topwater and all good fish! Most all of the fish were 18-23in but every now and then you could hook up a big fish with the biggest at 11lbs. I really can’t describe how aggressive these fish were today. They wouldn’t quit biting, everywhere I tried to catch fish, the y were there. I got tired of catching them around 9:30 so I headed in to eat breakfast and left them biting.

Lake Texoma Striper Fishing

My cousin called after getting off work from the fire department and we ate breakfast together. I told him how good the fishing was so we decided to go right back out there after breakfast to see if they were still biting. We get back out there around 10:30 and our first casts we both hook up. It was just as good as it was at first light still hitting top. The fish seemed like they had gotten a little smaller so I figured I’d go searching for a monster. I kept moving and trying new spots and caught fish in every one of them. 12:30 we hit the jack pot and my cousin hooks into one of th e biggest fish of the year! A whopping 17 lbs. 4 oz.! We decided to go in around 1:30 and the fish were still biting like crazy. The bite never slowed all day long.

Lake Texoma Striper Fishing

There is nothing better that catching monster fish on topwater.  Now is the best time of the year to fish. This type of action should last from now through the end of October. Cold fronts and windy days are the best time to come fishing. I have several of evening and weekday trips still available so don’t miss out on this incredible action.

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