Come enjoy the Catfish Capital of Texas with the Best Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide, Andrew Taylor today! We are the Premier Multispecies Fishing Guide on Lake Tawakoni since 2010! We target Trophy Blue Catfish from November to March, then turn our attention to Striper, White Bass, and Hybrid Striper! Lake Tawakoni Fishing great 365 days of the year, come join us!
A full-time Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide, Mickey Casey targets Trophy Blue Catfish from November to March and Striped Bass all year long. We catch Striper and White Bass on live bait and artificial lures. Book your Trophy Blue Catfish Trip today with the BEST Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide-Mickey Casey!
Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide Cliff Thornton targets Striper and White Bass year round on this East Texas impoundment. Tawakoni Striper Guide Cliff Thornton puts trophy Striped Bass in the net!
Wes Campbell is the owner of bendarodfishing.com a fishing charter service on Lake Lewisville, Lake Ray Roberts, and Lake Tawakoni. We fish out of a 24 foot Kenner Boat with all the latest and greatest depth finders, trolling motors, and rods and reels! We target Hybrid Striper and White Bass year round and put big fish in the net!
Steve Buckley, the Premier Lake Texoma Fishing Guide since 2002 will put you and yours on quality Striper and White Bass year round! Our peak months are May and June in the summer and October in the fall. We can fish live-bait or artificial lures. Come fish the Striper Capital of the World with Guide Steve Buckley.
The premier Artificial Lure Striper Guide on Lake Texoma since 2001. We use artificial lures only to target White Bass and Striper on Lake Texoma year round.
Lake Texoma Fishing Guide John Blasingame owner-operator of Adventure Texoma Outdoors for more then 20 years still enjoys catching Striper with Clients, and sharing this great lake. Voted best Lake Texoma fishing Guide for 2018 by the Herald Democrate, we work very hard to make sure your Adventure is the BEST! We are one of the few Lake Texoma Striper Guides who uses only artificial lures to catch our limit. Come join us winter, spring, summer, or fall! We never put the boat up and catch Lake Texoma Trophy Striped Bass year round!
Coy Devoll owner-operator of Texoma Striper Kings and TexomaStriper.Guide has over 15 years of experience! Lake Texoma is the Striper Capital of the USA and Coy Devoll will show why this reservoir is famous! We target Striped Bass and White Bass year round with artificial lures only! Sorry, no live-bait fish for us! If you like throwing Alabama Rigs, Swimbaits, and dropping vertical jigs or slab spoons, give us a call! Lake Texoma is a numbers Striper Fishery with trophy ten plus pounders mixed in!
Thank you for stopping by! My name is Capt. Stephen Andre’ and I own and operate Lake Texoma Striper Hunter Guide Service in Grayson County Texas on beautiful Lake Texoma. I specialize in lure fishing for Striped Bass (also known as Stripers) on Lake Texoma and will teach you how to as well….I grew up fishing artificial lures, so that’s the way I catch them! I caught my first fish at the age of 3 years and have been fishing ever since. I spent the first 8 years of my life in Louisiana fishing in the bays, backwaters, and Gulf of Mexico. My parents moved to Dallas in 1978 and I caught my first Sand Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass and Striper on Lake Ray Hubbard.
I DO NOT USE LIVE BAIT! I am a true to heart artificial lure fisherman and have been most of my life. I get much more satisfaction tricking those fish with an artificial lure. Fishing with artificial lures allows us to fish from very shallow water to very deep water and gives us the opportunity to move around and chase fish and see the lake and the natural surroundings. Artificial lures catch big fish! Cast out, set the hook and hang on!!
Hello and thanks for your interest in Bass Fishing Source. My name is Raul Rodriguez. Like most reading this, fishing has always been one of my favorite things to do since I was a kid.
The best memories are those when I used to go out with my Grandpa and uncle to the local pond hoping to catch the “big one”.
By no means am I claiming to be a professional bass angler or to absolutely know all the ins and outs of this great past time but I have learned a lot in my search for the best ways to catch these fish and have some experiences that I feel others could draw upon to help them in their pursuit of the bass family.
In my attempt to learn more about bass fishing I sometimes felt overwhelmed with all the info that I was reading and trying to process.
I decided to start a site where those that are in search of learning some of the basics of bass fishing can find it in one place rather than jumping around from site to site trying to absorb the wealth of information that is available but is sometimes geared towards the more experienced, maybe full time angler.
My goal was to provide a means to identify the bass, provide some techniques to catch the bass you’re after, and some info on the most popular lures for these bass.
s the site evolves, I will add more and more bass related info and hope to have a means for you, the bass fishing fan, to become a part of the site by including your stories, pics and even your own tips and suggestions. Until then take a look around and if you have any questions or comments don’t hesitate to contact me.