Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Lake Texoma Fishing Report

Lake Texoma Fishing Report.
Aspiring Pro Mike Diehl and I had the opportunity to fish Lake Texoma last Friday, and believe it or not, it was Mike's first time on the lake! We had just a few hours and needed to maximize his introduction to the lake. Since I've fished Texoma for the last 22 years, I had the opportunity to be the "fishing guide" and showed him a few good spots.

The bass were biting well off the points just southeast of the Alberta Creek railroad bridge. I caught multiple small largemouth bass, while Mike managed to catch a large smallmouth bass. The stripers were also very active on topwater bite between the Alberta Creek railroad bridge and the Roosevelt bridge. The catfish appeared to be hitting multiple jugs near coves.

Mike's Note: Lake Texoma is huge and it really surprised me as to how big it was in person. If you don't get that way often, hiring a fishing guide would be a great investment for an action packed day of fishing at all the right spots.

Editor's Note: Thanks again Mike for taking me out on your boat and allowing me to be a "fishing guide" for the day! I look forward to our next trip together!!

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