Lake Texoma Striper Trips
Striper Fishing Lake Texoma
Striper Fishing Lake Texoma is fantastic! Lake Texoma is the Striper Capital of the World, so come fish with the best! What do Striper Trips consist of with Lake Texoma Fishing Guide? Depending on the time of year, we will meet at a specified Lake Texoma Marina around 6 AM CST. We will load up the boat and make sure everyone has a valid Lake Texoma Fishing License, then its off to chase Striper and White Bass! Please make sure you have a Lake Texoma License! They cost $12.00 and are good until December 31. Wal-Mart and most local stores near Lake Texoma sell them! If you purchase one on your way up, ask for a “Lake Texoma” fishing license. You can also buy them online from the Texas Wildlife Department or the Oklahoma Wildlife Department.
How to Striper Fish Lake Texoma?
How to Striper Fish Lake Texoma is a difficult question! We don’t have Striper tied up to a spot, so sometimes we have to hunt them down. Striper and White Bass will move from day to day! If we are lucky, these fish will stay in an area for 2-3 days, but with boat traffic thats very rare! Once we locate the Striper we will drop live bait or artificial lures on them and put them in the net! A Striper Trip will consist of several stops with hot catching action then………where did they go? We will fire up the big motor and go on the hunt again for Trophy Striper! This pattern is repeated until we reach a limit of Striper or clients have had enough and we return to the marina!
We will clean your fish as your crew relax with a cold drink! The Striper will be cleaned and filleted with the red meat taken out! We will put the Striper Fillets in a heavy zip-lock freezer bag so your crew can enjoy them at your next fish fry! We love to share our favorite Striper Recipes! We always get these questions after we bag up your catch! Do Striped Bass taste good? Yes, it’s a white meat, very light, flakey, and mild fish taste! Do you eat Striped Bass from Lake Texoma? We try to eat local caught striped bass from Lake Texoma twice a month, we love it! How long do you cook Striped Bass? Cook time depends on your method. We like to wrap striper fillets in foil and put them on the grill! Add butter, an onion, seasoning and cook each side for five to six minutes! You will love grilled striper! How do you fry striped bass? We have to watch fried foods and prefer to back or grill striper. Here is a great fried bass recipe! We have several of our favorite Striped Bass Recipes in our Lake Texoma Fishing Report blog!
This is a typical Striper Trip with Lake Texoma Fishing Guide! If you have any questions please take a look at the section below!
Lake Texoma Fishing Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
How long are your Trips
Striper Fishing Lake Texoma
This will depend on the time of year and fishing conditions. We try to fish in good and bad weather! If fishing is great and we limit out early, it will be up to the customer if they want to fish until noon. If it’s a grind it out type trip, we can fish until late afternoon. The average Striper Trip with Lake Texoma Fishing Guide will start around 6 AM CST and end around Noon!
What should I bring?
Lake Texoma Fishing License
You MUST have a valid Lake Texoma Fishing License! No license, no fishing. Area stores near Lake Texoma will sell these license for $ 12.00 valid through 12-31. You can purchase a Lake Texoma Fishing License online! Striper Fishing Lake Texoma can be tough! You will need to bring a cooler with drinks and snacks. Please dress for the season! Hot weather means long sleeve shirt and shorts. Light weight sunblock fabrics work great! A wide brim hat, sunglasses, and lots of sunblock! Winter weather means layers. Remember you can always take layers off if it warms up! Waterproof Jacket with a fleece liner! Gloves and a stocking cap are a good idea too!
What do you supply?
Lake Texoma Fishing Guide will provide, bait, lures, rods, reels, life jackets, and all the tools you will need to catch Striper and Blue Catfish! You will need to bring a cooler with drinks and snacks.