Fishing Reports by Captain Tim Bowen

About The Author: Captain

Company: Sweet Striper Guide Service

Area Reporting: Lake Texoma

Bio: Fishing Since: 1960's Guiding Since: 2001 Professional Guide: Yes Fishing Type: Freshwater Primary Species Fished: Striped Bass Favorite Fishing Technique: Live Bait, Sassy Shad & Top water. My name is Tim Bowen I have been a full time guide On Lake Texoma for 5 years. This will be my 6th full year. This is a guide service with your own personal guide. The fishing trip consist of 8 hours of fishing. If your limit is caught before the 8hours are up, we will fish for any other species of you you would like to fill your 8 hours.Come to beautiful Lake Texoma and enjoy a Gratifying day of striper fishing . If you fish all of the time, or have never caught a fish in your life, now is the time to book your guided trip on Lake Texoma with me. With me fishing year round. This gives me a huge advantage over part-time guides. I fish enough during the week to know the current conditions of the lake, how the fish are biting and what the current patterns are.

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SSGS Lake Texoma Report (6/03/2008)
[Lake Texoma,OK] You are missing out if you are not fishing Lake Texoma. Striped Bass are hit fast and are schooled up thick.
[Lake Texoma,OK] The FISHING IS Great The fish are stacked on the drop offs and hitting hard.
Lake Texoma, Stripers are moving shallow. (4/17/2007)
[Lake Texoma,OK] Stripers are moving shallow. And starting to get very hungry.
Another good day on Lake Texoma, Platter Flats (4/09/2007)
[Lake Texoma,OK] Fishing is getting better every day. Fish were fat and hungry.
The Striper action on Lake Texoma is picking up. (4/05/2007)
[Lake Texoma,OK] It April and the striper fishing is starting to get fast and furious. And well only be getting better.
Fishing Is Starting To Get Hot On Lake Texoma (3/14/2007)
[Lake Texoma,OK] Fishing was hot on Lake Texoma today. And is only going to get better
They Are Moving Into Shallow Water (3/12/2007)
[Lake Texoma,OK] The Stripers are moving into shallower water. This can only mean we are getting closer to the spawn.