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Lake Texoma Fishing Report – November 2011

lake texoma striper guide bill careyTexoma Striper Fishing Hotspot: Five Creeks

Hotspot GPS: GPS:  33.913933  ,  -96.706683

Species: Striped bass

Best Striper Baits: Sassy Shad jigs and live shad

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Striper Fishing Tips: The stripers are running in large schools.

Pay close attention to the seagulls, they will locate the stripers ambushing large bait balls.

The favorite artificials are 4-inch Sassy Shad soft plastics on a 1-ounce jig heads. The best colors are white-glow and chartreuse fleck.

Live shad fishing is also a great way to catch stripers. You can anchor or drift with live bait.

Bank Access: Sand Creek

Lake Texoma Fishing Report – October 2011

lake texoma striper guide bill careyStriper Fishing Hotspot:   North Island and Tabletop

Hotspot GPS:   N 33.867867 , W -96.694533

Species:  Striped bass

Best Striper Baits:   Topwater plugs and Sassy Shad jigs

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Striper Fishing Tips: The big fish are on the banks early in the mornings in October.

Cast Pencil Poppers and big Chug Bugs for vicious strikes in shallow water.

Mid-morning change your lures to four inch sassy shad on a one ounce jighead. Favorite colors are white-glow and chartreuse fleck.

Always keep your eyes on the seagulls. They can locate schools of stripers roaming in open water.

Live shad fishing is also is also an excellent way to catch stripers. Locate the fish on the ledges, anchor up and place your bait three turns off the bottom. The best depth will average thirty feet deep.

Bank Access:  Washita Point and Platter Flats

Lake Texoma Fishing Report – June July 2010

lake texoma striper guide bill careyHotspot:  The North End

GPS Hotspot Location:  N33 52.072’ , W96 41.672’

Species:  Striped bass

Best Baits: Topwater plugs, slabs and jigs

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Striper Fishing Tips:

The striped bass have finished their annual spawn. The fish are grouping up in large schools and roaming the lake in a feeding frenzy.

Early mornings, cast topwater plugs on shallow banks with deep-water near-by. There is nothing more exciting than having a big striper explode on your plug.

Mid mornings, tie on your 1.5-ounce chartreuse, chrome or white slabs. Locate your large schools in the river channels and main lake areas. Drop your slab and let it free-fall to the bottom and reel it up quickly. Stay in contact with your slab, they will hit it on the fall.

By mid month, look for the traditional surfacing top water action in the same areas.

Bank Access: Washita point and Texas Flats

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Lake Texoma Fishing Report • July 2010

Location:  Lake Texoma

Hotspot:  Alberta Creek

GPS:  N33  57.542’ , W96  36.012’

Species:  Striped bass

Best Baits:  Topwaters and Slabs

Texoma Striper Guide Bill Carey will provide your personal, up-to-the-minute Lake Texoma Fishing Report at no cost – Contact Bill Now!

Striper Fishing Tips:  Top water fishing at its best!

Early morning, several large schools of stripers will surface around the lake. These schools of striped bass can be a mile long and a half-mile wide. Cast Pencil Popper Topwater plugs for great striper fishing action.

After the surface action ends, locate the schools of stripers with your electronics. Then, vertically drop slabs and use a fast retrieve. The fish will try to pull the rod out of your hands!

Bank Access:  Washita Point and Platter Flats

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