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Lake Texoma Sponsored by
Date 04-Oct-21
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Conditions : Lake Texoma: Water Temp and Clarity: 83

Bass, Striped Action: Good Baits: Alabama Rig, Flukes, Live Shad, Plastics, Sassy Shad, Slabs, Top Water Locations: Below the dam, Creek channels, Main lake, Points

Catfish, Blue, Catfish, Channel, Catfish, Flathead Action: Fair Baits: Chicken Liver, Cut Bait, Dough bait, Live Shad, Punch bait, Stinkbait, Sunfish Locations: Below the dam, Creek channels, Main lake, Points

Crappie, Black Action: Slow Baits: Hair Jigs, Jigs, Minnows, Powerbait, Small Lures Locations: Brush structure, Coves, Docks, Standing timber

Additional Information: Fishing this week was good. Lots of striper being caught this week. Topwater has been good lately to get your big fish in the box. Striper also hitting live shad really well right now. Most of the topwater action is near the islands and washita point. Blue cats are being caught on live shad pretty well right now in 25-40ft of water.

Reported by: Oklahoma Wildlife Dept.

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About: - Free-flowing current in the Red River makes Lake Texoma one of the few lakes in Texas with a self-sustaining population of striped bass, and one of only eight inland freshwater reservoirs worldwide where this species has spawned.. More on Lake Texoma
  • Blue and channel catfish
  • white and striped bass
  • largemouth
  • spotted and smallmouth bass
  • black and white crappie
  • bluegill

Misc Info: - Two-thirds of this lake lies in Oklahoma. Anglers with Texas licenses may fish in the Texas portions of the reservoir, or purchase a Lake Texoma license ($7.50) to fish the entire lake. The following length and bag limits apply to the entire lake: Guadalupe and spotted bass have a minimum length of 14". Combined bag limit for Guadalupe, spotted, largemouth and smallmouth bass is 5 fish/day. For striped bass and hybrid striped bass, the combined daily bag limit is 10. There is no minimum length, but only 2 fish 20" or longer can be retained each day. White bass have no minimum length and a daily bag of 25 fish. For blue and channel catfish, minimum length is 12" and daily bag is 15 fish. For flathead catfish, the minimum is 20" with a bag limit of 5/day. Black and white crappie have a 10" minimum length and a combined daily bag of 37 fish. For walleye, minimum length is 18" and daily bag is 5 fish.

Lake Texoma Levels



617' - Near Flood Stage

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