Texoma Fishing Report

Jan 19, 2022
EXCELLENT. Water lightly stained; 50 degrees; 1.02 feet low. Fishing will be hit and miss as the winter cold fronts roll through. Striped bass are good on swimbaits in shallow water hitting points and spots. In open water flukes and deadsticking are landing fish. On windy days cast Alabama rigs and keep it still because the fish are less active in the cooler water temperature so they are not chasing. Big fish are in the main lake with 20-pound giants being reeled in. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors. Catfish are good ranging from small to 30-60 pounders using gizzard shad. Start the day off in deep water transitioning to main lake flats off the river channel later in the day. Striper fishing is good using live bait with gizzard shad working best, swimbaits, and Alabama rigs. Bass are suspended in 30-50 feet of water off main lake points. Bait fish are holding around the points attracting the feeding bass. Report by Trey Franklin, Tight Lines Guide Service.

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