Lake Texoma Fishing Guides Report – “Blue Bird” Striper Fishing

Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guide Bill CareyTo a striper fishing guide a “Blue Bird Day”  has cloudless sky, dead calm water, and there is not a puff of wind.

Normally we’d be cussin’ a Blue Bird Day.

Lake Texoma Fishing Guides know you have to hunt these magnificent stripers. For the last two weeks we have experienced some fantastic striper fishing action in the afternoon. It has been so good that we have changed our board and depart times to 11 a.m. This works out perfect. It’s an easy drive for our customers when they don’t have to wake so early. When it’s a cool day a little solar heat on your back never hurts. Hence, the solution to the “Blue Bird” day. This is November striper fishing at its best. We have large schools of stripers working under the birds (seagulls). It’s simple, cast your jig let it fall, begin reeling, and HOLD ON.

Lots of Big Ones
Lake Texoma fall striper fishing is in full swing. Steve Strasemeier brought in six anglers for three days this week.
He said:

“Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday we caught over 200 fish. The weather was fantastic! The light wind was cool and warming that afternoon. Striper Express’, Chris, Jimmy, and John provided the fantastic fishing and great experience. I thought last year was as good as it gets but this year topped it. Heck we caught and released 30 stripers that were over 10 pounds! If you can, get to Lake Texoma now!”

The Secret Is Out
In November, when lots of people are in the deer blind there is a certain type of outdoorsman. The fisherman is on a personal quest to wrestle the infamous Lake Texoma striped bass. So much of a quest, that we have had 108 fishermen on 28 charters in the last seven days. All of us together have met adversity head on and conquered the “Blue Bird” fishing days.

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