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Awesome topwater action this afternoon on Lake Texoma. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Capt. Capt Steve Barnes Lake Texoma Striper Fishing Guide about my luck as I'm heading to Port O'Connor

It's time for fall Jetty redfish and nearshore reef fishing out of Port O'Connor. This is a fun easy trip that does not require a long boat ride and usually provides all the action you want. Redfish action is really good in the fall with a chance to catch snapper,kings,ling,shark,tarpon,black drum,jacks,and trout. I have some openings September 28- October 4. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Well not many of you want to fish the saltwater this year so lets get back to striper fishing. Today was pretty good and should just keep getting better as the weather and water cools off. ... See MoreSee Less

Well not many of you want to fish the saltwater this year so lets get back to striper fishing.  Today was pretty good and should just keep getting better as the weather and water cools off.

 

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Lake Texoma striper fishing is still going strong. Live bait seems to be the best way to go right now. Small fish are abundant but better fish can be caught if you can find them. Striper move a lot this time of year and don't surface as much so finding them with sonar is key. Cooler weather is just around the corner and that should get the big fish moving again. We might see some topwater action after we get a cold front or two. Birds will show up with cold fronts and the striper will go on a bigtime feed in November and December. ... See MoreSee Less

Lake Texoma striper fishing is still going strong.  Live bait seems to be the best way to go right now. Small fish are abundant but better fish can be caught if you can find them.  Striper move a lot this time of year and dont surface as much so finding them with sonar is key. Cooler weather is just around the corner and that should get the big fish moving again. We might see some topwater action after we get a cold front or two. Birds will show up with cold fronts and the striper will go on a bigtime feed in November and December.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Gary Neeley

Headed back to Port O'Connor later this week for some offshore and tarpon fishing. Summer is almost over. Would like to book a few more summer trips but if not I'm going anyways. I have a few spots left open for fall redfish/state water snapper trips so better get with me if you want to fish the redfish run. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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