Doc Walker

We went on our first long-lining trip of the season today and pulled several nice fish. We did the best on ledges adjacent to deep water. The fish do not seem to be on our flats where we traditionally like to long-line. Of course, this is relatively early in the season and the water temperature is still only 47 degrees. Look for the fishing to really improve as the water temperature climbs into the lower fifties during the next few weeks. We were using deep-diving thundersticks running in 20-25 feet of water. Live shad is also producing a mixture of stripers and white bass.

Fish Species: Stripers
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Water Depth: 20 ft.
Water Temperature: 47 degrees
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Doc Walker

About The Author: Captain Doc Walker

Company: Soutern Oklahoma Guide Service

Area Reporting: Lake Texoma

Bio: Lake Texoma is the premier inland striped bass fishery in the United States.  In addition, our Lake area is a major migratory transition area for waterfowl.  We have 30 years of experience fishing and hunting in the Lake Texoma area.  Our goal is for you have a rewarding and memorable experience on our beautiful Lake!

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