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Spring Time Stripers on Top at Lake Texoma

  Catching striper on topwater lures on Lake Texoma 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…

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Big River Blue Catfish-Texas Style

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…

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How to Catch and Keep Shad Alive

Catching shad is just like catching any other fish, by that I mean they follow patterns just like other fish do so learning to pattern them will greatly improve your chances of catching them, but like other fish they are sometimes hard to locate. I will break this article down into seasonal patterns that will…

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Lake Texoma striper fishing changes with the seasons

Spring In the early spring striper move into shallow water on flats, points, and windblown banks and can be caught with live bait, cut bait, jigs, and swim baits fished slow. Around the first of April mature fish swim up the Red River and Washita river to spawn and usually don’t return to the main…

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