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CAST AND BLAST DUCK HUNTING & STRIPER FISHING at Lake Texoma

CAST AND BLAST
The Ultimate Adventure Combination

Imagine…
landing a limit of huge striped bass,
and, bagging your limit of waterfowl …

Now imagine doing both on THE SAME DAY!

It can happen right here at Lake Texoma.
You can experience legendary striper fishing AND hunt Texas’ premier duck and dove flyway with our Cast and Blast Special.

Striper Express and premier outfitter Kent Outdoors have teamed up to offer CAST AND BLAST – two great outdoor experiences rolled into one unbelievable day. Only an hour and a half drive from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and two and a half hours away from Oklahoma City, this trip is the avid sportsman’s dream comes true. This is the perfect outdoor adventure for families, or for groups of adult sportsmen.

IMPRESSIVE MEMORIES
Father – Son Bonding
Peak Experience for an All-Adult Group

Few of life’s milestones are more memorable than that first hunting or fishing trip with your father – who can ever forget the feel of reeling in your first fish or bagging your first dove. Even more mature sportsmen return from Texoma with reports of phenomenal hunting and fishing action. No where can you find a more perfect setting to build a strong relationship with your clients and prospective clients. THE CALL of the WILD lives in their minds and their souls. CAST AND BLAST is truly an outdoor dream come true.

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The Striper Fishing
Our striper fishing is superb with line-stripping and rod-bending action the norm. Striper Express specializes in the thrill of the hunt with artificial lures. Top-water lure fishing guarantees excitement – Vicious Bites and Extreme Fights!

Your group will board and depart from Mill Creek Marina for a morning of great Texoma striper fishing. Every guided fishing charter includes all tackle, lures, and cleaning/filleting of your catch. Your experienced Texoma striper guide will take your group only to the most productive areas. When your group is finished fishing around noon you’ll enjoy a couple of hour’s free time and then head to the fields.

The Duck and Dove Hunting
The duck and dove hunting at Lake Texoma is outstanding. Bird hunting is a way of life for JJ Kent, owner of Kent Outdoors. Being located in the central flyway, JJ and his crew of experienced duck dove hunting guides are dedicated to making your hunt both personal and memorable. Your CAST AND BLAST hunting begins early in the afternoon and includes professional calling, decoys and transportation to and from the blind.

The Lodging
Let Striper Express custom build your group’s Lake Texoma CAST AND BLAST. Whether a “daycation” or an overnight stay, we have a wide variety of cabin lodging, four star resort accommodations, and executive housing to suit you. Our job is to make yours easier. All you have to do is show up.

That Sounds Great!

Cast and Blast – 1-Day Trip with Lodging for 1 Night

  • 4 person group with hunting and fishing on the same day + one night lodging included = $337.50 per person

Cast and Blast – 2-Day Trip with Lodging for 2 Nights

  • 4 person group 2 days fishing and 2 days hunting + 2 nights lodging = $575 per person

*4 person minimum     *additional days available on request    * We specialize in large groups

Hurry, trips are available for a limited time only with our highly competitive rates.

Call Now For Cast and Blast availability
and your personal Striper Fishing Report
from the Legendary Bill Carey

(903) 786-4477

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Texoma Striper Guide – Stripers Rampage At Lake Texoma

Texoma striper guide Chris Carey likes cool and windy weather for striper fishing. When many anglers are struggling with live bait under windy conditions in rough open waters, Carey heads for the banks with his arsenal of artificial lures.

Jim Hough, Mead OK caught his 16.5lb Striper on Chug Bug Top-water lure

Jim Hough, Mead OK – 16.5lb Striper on Chug Bug Top-water lure.

“This wind is going to be rough on those live bait guys, but I have some places we will be able to fish where the top-water action really has been hot lately.” Within minutes, Carey stopped his boat near a small island. He already had several rods rigged with two of his favorite top-water lures – Pencil Poppers and Chug Bugs.”

“We began casting the lures as close as possible to the banks of the island and retrieving them with sharp jerks from our rods. The idea is to create as much commotion with them as possible atop the rolling waves. Within minutes a striped bass weighing about seven pounds struck one of our Chug Bugs in the shallow water.”

“That fish set the stage for the great action that followed. When the action slowed, we moved to a similar island that also provided protection from the high winds. We caught several striped bass on the Pencil Poppers, it was the more noisy Chug Bugs that seemed to attract most of the strikes. The two largest bass weighed about nine pounds, and just as Carey mentioned Read the rest of this entry »

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

Texoma Striper Guide Bill Carey provides your personal, up-to-the-minute Lake Texoma Fishing Report at no cost. To hear what Bigfish says Contact Bill Now!

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 – September 2011

lake texoma striper guide bill careyStriper Fishing Hotspot: Texas Flats and Mill Creek flats

Hotspot GPS: N32.86415   W-96.812683

Species:  Striped bass

Best Striper Baits:  Slabs and Coho Minnow Jigs

Texoma Striper Guide Bill Carey provides your personal, up-to-the-minute Lake Texoma Fishing Report at no cost. To hear what Bigfish says Contact Bill Now!

Tips:  Stripers are moving out of the deep water and roaming the flats in September.

The lures of choice are slabs and jigs. Vertically jig one-ounce chrome, white and chartreuse slabs along the bottom in ten to thirty foot depths. Coho minnow jigs in white glow color with a ¾ ounce jighead and a four-inch tail are perfect for these hungry stripers.

Cast the jigs and use a medium retrieve. If you find surfacing or swirling fish, cast the jig, hold your rod high and keep the jig subsurface.

Bank Access:  Mill Creek Campsites

Lake Texoma Fishing Report – August 2011

lake texoma striper guide bill careyStriper Fishing Hotspot:  Juniper Point East and The Islands

Hotspot GPS:  N33.864867  W-96.831383 —  N33.8372  W-96.742533

Species:  Striped bass

Best Striper Baits:  Topwaters and Sassy Shad jigs

Texoma Striper Guide Bill Carey provides your personal, up-to-the-minute Lake Texoma Fishing Report at no cost. To hear what Bigfish says Contact Bill Now!

Tips:  The big stripers  move onto the flats in August.

Early mornings cast Pencil Poppers and Chug Bugs on the shallow banks.

Mid morning, change your lures to Sassy Shad soft plastics.

Concentrate on the flats that run about twenty feet in depth. Locate the creek channel and drop offs, these are the routes the fish use to move up from deep water. Later in the month the seagulls arrive, pay close attention to the birds as they are the best fish finder.

Bank Access:  West Juniper Point and Mill Creek Flats