Texoma fishing charters for striper.
Looking to book one of our Lake Texoma Fishing Trips? Captain Marty’s Lake Texoma Guide Service offers some of the finest striper fishing trips in Texas! We’ve chartered thousands of fishing trips on Lake Texoma for striped bass. Whether you’re looking for a group fishing trip, or privately guided striper fishing adventure for you and your friends, Captain Marty has you covered.
We offer a wide range of Charters with fishing guide rates that are just right for you and your group. Whether it is the first time Striper Fishing Texas, are an expert striper fisherman just looking for the best fishing spots on Lake Texoma, we’ve got you covered!
General Information On Striper Fishing Texas
Striped bass are the fourth most preferred species among licensed Texas anglers. It is estimated that the economic impact of striper fishing in the Lake Texoma area alone totals well in excess of $20 million. Stripers are often captured using artificial lures that imitate small fish, such as silver spoons. Deep running lures can also be effective, as may live bait, or cut bait.
In Texas, stripers in excess of 50 pounds have been landed. Although specimens exceeding 100 pounds have been caught in saltwater, to date a 67.5-pounder was the largest individual reported from inland waters.
General Information On Largemouth Bass Fishing Texas
Two subspecies of largemouth bass exist in Texas: the native Micropterus salmoides salmoides and the Florida largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides floridanus, which has been introduced into many Texas lakes.
At Lake Texoma largemouth bass are the second most sought-after fish. When anglers were asked to “name the fish you prefer to catch in freshwater in Texas”, they chose largemouth bass three to one over striped bass, four to one over white bass, nearly five to one over channel catfish, and nearly ten to one over flathead catfish and white crappie. View more Largemouth Bass Fishing Information on Lake Texoma!
General Information On Smallmouth Bass Fishing Texas
Smallmouth bass originally ranged north into Minnesota and southern Quebec, south to the Tennessee River in Alabama and west to eastern Oklahoma and southwestern Arkansas. Today there are few states, east or west of the Rocky Mountains, where populations have not become established. Florida and Louisiana are apparently free of smallmouth bass. View more Smallmouth Bass Fishing Information on Lake Texoma!
Striper fishing Texas on Lake Texoma requires you to have a Fishing License which can be purchased online on the Texas Parks & Wildlife Website, or at many of the local tackle shops!