Lake Texoma Fishing 2018-03-15T17:53:06+00:00


Lake Texoma is an 93,000 acre reservoir on the Red River bordering both Texas and Oklahoma which is widely recognized as a top fishing lake among all Oklahoma and Texas lakes. Lake Texoma fishing is great, and to some, is one of the most popular recreation destinations in the Southwest. Lake Texoma was built by the Corps of Engineers in 1944, and was stocked with both large and smallmouth bass, striped bass, blue and channel catfs, as well as both black and white crappie.

Lake Texoma has a diversity of recreational opportunities that include Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Eisenhower State Park, Multiple beaches such as West Burns Run, East Burns, various islands for boaters and more than 10 different marinas and campgrounds. Lake Texoma has become a major sailing center based on its size, depth, and miles of sailing shoreline.

Management of the fishery resources at Lake Texoma is the responsibility of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Lake Texoma provides habitat for over 70 species of fish, several of which were introduced. Texas Parks and Wildlife and Oklahoma Wildlife Department agencies maintain a supplemental stocking program to improve the fishery resource. Those species popular for recreational fishing include largemouth, smallmouth, white, and striped bass. Other Lake Texoma fishing favorites include channel, blue, and flathead catfish. Striper fishing Lake Texoma is very popular and is considered one most successful in the nation.
Texoma Striper Guide

It is truly an honor to be your Lake Texoma Striper Guide and I take pride and great satisfaction in making your fishing trip fun, exciting and of course catching ALOT of fish. I enjoy making lasting relationships and being a part of creating memories that will last a life time. Remember what I always say, “We don’t just go fishing, We catch fish!”