|Catching striper on topwater lures is my favorite. I like to catch stripers on jigs, slabs, and even live bait, but nothing compares to watching your favorite topwater lure get creamed by a hungry striper. I love that feeling when you are working a topwater lure and you know that at any moment a fish will blow up on it. If you have ever caught stripers on top you know what I am talking about and if not it is something you should try. Here is a very simple pattern for catching Texoma stripers on top.|
I have always had a fascination with catching big trophy catfish. There are probably more myths and legends about giant catfish than there are about “Bigfoot”. Every fisherman has heard tales about giant catfish, but I will leave the myths, legends and other assorted fairy tales to the more talented writers and focus on what works for me when it comes to the real world of consistently catching large Blue Catfish on rod and reel.
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Lake Texoma is full of water and hungry striped bass. 2015 looks like a year for the record books with lots of trophy size fish already caught in the prespawn season, post spawn is going to be epic starting about the second week of May. The lake is also full of good size box fish to fill out Lake Texoma limits of 10 fish per person with no minimum size limit and only 2 that are 20″ or more.… Continue reading →