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Texoma Striper Guide #13250434 08/17/19 01:00 AM
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I have never caught a striper let alone fished for striper. Looking for a guide that will not necessarily put me on 'numbers' but monster stripers. Might as well pop my cherry the right way...

Any suggestions?

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Re: Texoma Striper Guide [Re: slotlimit] #13250460 08/17/19 01:21 AM
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Re: Texoma Striper Guide [Re: slotlimit] #13250464 08/17/19 01:22 AM
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Well a couple of questions how do you want to catch em? Would you prefer Lures,live bait or trolling? Do you have a certain part of the lake you will be staying at? .There are lots of good guys up here and everybody has their forte,here at striper express for example we love the thrill of the hunt with artificial lures. I enjoy hunting them down and catching them with artificial baits. There are excellent live bait and trolling guides as well and If that is your preferred method there are lots of choices.


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Re: Texoma Striper Guide [Re: chrisc/striper express guide service] #13250654 08/17/19 06:42 AM
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My preference is always artificial bait vs live bait. I just don't like killing one to catch one. Thank you for the recommendation Diesel.

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Re: Texoma Striper Guide [Re: slotlimit] #13250710 08/17/19 12:11 PM
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Sounds like striper express is for you.
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Re: Texoma Striper Guide [Re: slotlimit] #13252126 08/18/19 10:30 PM
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Just letting u know in advance the big fish r skinny but the r finally starting to eat but if u r not after numbers I wouldn’t come to texoma right now the fish r schooling and we had a hell of a hatch this year we don’t have the right trained divers to put a monster on ur hook most fish right now r 2 to 3 pounds there r lots of 20 inch fish and bigger but don’t weigh very much good luck with ur suggestion

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