Everything You Need to Know About Lake Texoma, Texas Fishing

Fishing Lake Texoma

Formed by damming the Red River, Lake Texoma is a world-class striper fishery on the Texas and Oklahoma border as the name would suggest. With a surface area of 74,000 acres, Lake Texoma is big and perfectly located only a short drive from both Dallas-Fort Worth and Oklahoma City. The terrain in and around the lake varies a lot with everything from rocky deep drop-offs, to shallow creek inlets covered in vegetation.

Lake Texoma Striped Bass Fishing

The constant flow of water into the lake from the Red and Washita Rivers makes Lake Texoma one of the only self-sustaining freshwater striped bass fisheries in the US. The natural salinity of the Red River contributes to the success of the striped bass population. Striper fishing is good year-round, and you can see fish from 15 to 20 pounds and beyond. With schools of these large fish crushing topwater in the summer and suspended bait in the winter, the action is hot year-round.

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