Lake Texoma Fishing Report
Winter is the best time for BIG fish. And big Texoma stripers are on a rampage!
The water temperature has cooled and Lake Texoma striper fishing has heated up.
Lake Texoma fishing guides Striper Express were on the water every day before the recent ice storm.
They are back on the water today.
GREAT STRIPER ACTION YEAR ROUND
Stripers bite year round and are most comfortable in the winter months.
When the largemouth bass, speckled trout and redfish are lethargic, the striper fishing is on fire.
When Hunters are going through withdrawal and having cabin fever, these fighting “line sides” are calling your name.
Just before the last weather change, reports of 50 fish per day were becoming more common. Our customers were catching some nice fish up to 15 pounds. Lots of “overs.” Allow me to explain, “overs” are 20 plus-inch stripers that we release after you have filled your big fish limit. When you luck into a 30″ striper, you just landed a hefty 17 pound fish.
GO WINTER STRIPER FISHING
Many serious fisher folk can’t wait for the superb winter striper fishing on Lake Texoma. They come for the big fish – and I mean BIG – line stripping and rod bending monsters!
Do you like the sounds of this so far? Striper fishing with lures separates fisher-men from fisher-boys. We take a lot of pride in offering this special technique exclusively. It puts you in the game from the get go. You are engaged catching, fighting and landing fish – the sporting way!
BEST TEXOMA STRIPER LURES
You will catch most of your fish with 4-5 inch white-glo Sassy Shad, soft plastic with a 1 ounce white jig head.
Another go-to big fish bait is the Blakemore BuckTail RoadRunner. A secret tip is to put a 9 inch white soft plastic worm on the hook and use a garlic scent attractant. Big bait = Big fish!
Striper fishing with lures is so much fun that fishing celebrity Jimmy Houston will soon film his RoadRunner show with the help of Striper Express.
Oh Boy! Don’t miss the fantastic winter striper fishing.