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Texoma #12711047
04/10/18 08:09 PM
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How is the Striper bite on Texoma? We are headed over there may 11th. For our 31st wedding anniversary. Never fished the lake what's the best part of lake for stripers?

Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12711078
04/10/18 08:41 PM
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31st wedding anniversary and she still goes fishing with you? Sounds like you already got a great catch!


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Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12714001
04/12/18 10:13 PM
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A lake that size....get a guide.

Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12714670
04/13/18 12:50 PM
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Just look for a congregation of Falcons

Re: Texhoma [Re: Notaguide] #12714740
04/13/18 01:28 PM
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Too windy and stormy to fish today so I had time to look and check this out.
May is a great month on Texoma you can catch them just about anyway you want to. if you like to use live bait it’s one of the top months for that if you like to catch them on top water,slabs and sassy shad like me it’s a great month for that as well people also just troll those big umbrella rigs and catch fish. If you are interested in hiring a guide to help make your stay more successful I suggest for artificial baits will definitely use us www.striperexpress.com but for live bait trips there are several great guides such as Jd Lyle & Steve Barnes who specialize in that that I could refer you to or if you like to troll there are guides like Steve French who specialize in trolling and catching them it all depends what you’re looking for

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Lake Texoma Striper Guide Chris Carey


Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12715254
04/13/18 06:09 PM
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Get a guide and looks like a spelling tutor may be in order. its Texoma bang peep

Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12715626
04/13/18 10:11 PM
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Thanks bass&more but I have made it this long think I will be ok

Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12716667
04/14/18 06:44 PM
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Me too Grant
I'm an enganeer
I'm an enginear
I'm an enginener
I'm good at math

Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12727234
04/23/18 04:11 PM
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Thanks for the help just wanted a good starting point

Re: Texhoma [Re: Grant bell] #12729791
04/25/18 10:48 AM
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First choice for me would be to launch at Lighthouse or other ramp in Little Mineral and head north looking for the navy. Preston Point, NW side of table top, Washita, mouth of McCullough creek are my normal May areas. I say normal because I am not sure this year is normal. Unless you just want to strike out on your own then like others said hire a guide.


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Re: Texhoma [Re: Stump jumper] #12730644
04/25/18 08:31 PM
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If you go the guide way, Striper Express would be my choice. Chris will and can put you on fish . Just saying from personal experience. Hope you have a great trip on your anniversary.

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