Lake Texoma Fishing Report
Our first tournament of the year started off well. We located several schools of smallmouth in practice. With the weather looking questionable, we decided to key in on smallmouth thinking the largemouth bite would shut down with the front. Turns out the largemouth bit really well for several teams and our 20.5 lb sack of smallmouth was only good enough for 5th place. Needless to say, we were pleased with our effort and more than happy to bring 5 healthy brown fish to the scales.
A guide friend of ours claims that he has had over 10 Stripers weighing 15 pounds or better over the last few weeks. From the information I'm being told, spring striper fishing should be lights out this season. Call one of our guides to book the trip of a lifetime!
Crappie continue to pick up during the warming trends and then slow way back after cold fronts. Look for 2-3 day warming trend and book a motel or cabin and try out the crappie from the fishing dock.
Bass fishing is on fire right now. It took a minimum of 22-23 lbs to win in Feb. Look for those numbers to stay just about the same as fish are starting to move toward spawning areas. With the warm weather in the forecast, look for the shallow bite to pick up soon.
For local weather forecast: www.kxii.com
Come on out to Lake Texoma and enjoy the great outdoors and great fishing. We recommend booking a striper fishing trip with a fishing guide. Check out striper fishing guides on the Cedar Bayou guide page. Then reserve one of our great lakeside cabins or motels!
Remember, when you stay at Cedar Bayou Marina, you get to fish from the private boat dock areas that are covered and reserved just for cabin and motel guests. This area is brushed out for crappie with some of the best crappie fishing on the lake. Good luck and great fishing!
The Albright family at Cedar Bayou Marina