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We wouldn't book a trip without asking a lot of questions, so we don't expect you to.
We pride ourselves in our service, our depth of knowledge and our passion for fishing.
So please Email or call us. We're your fishing specialists!

Pricing Information

  • $300 minimum
  • $125 each person
  • $125 deposit per boat reservation


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We recommend you book as early as possible to ensure availability.

Deposit
A deposit will reserve your space.
The amount of deposit is based on your group size.
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Payments
We accept Check, Cash, Money Orders, and all Major Credit Cards.

Thank you, see you on the water soon!
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Anthony Warren
Phone: 1-405-204-6808
tonygnfshn@yahoo.com

THE BARE ESSENTIALS FOR A SUCCESSUL AND COMFORTABLE FISHING EXCURSION...

Fishing License, camera, an ice chest for your lunch, drinks and snacks, an ice chest to take your fillets home in,(a limit of 10 fish usually produces 1 gallon bag of fillets) warm clothes in the colder seasons. Early mornings can be cool and it is best to dress in layers. As the day warms you can always peel them off. Wet weather gear like ponchos or rain suits. Even in late spring, the early mornings require a jacket of some kind. In the warmer months you will need a hat, sunglasses and sunblock.

NEW TEXOMA STRIPER RECORD

Steve DeSomer of Harrah caught a new lake record striped bass for 2012 on Lake Texoma . DeSomer caught the 20.4-pound striper on a large shiner at the railroad bridge. While heavier striped bass have been caught in previous years at Lake Texoma, this fish represents the largest striped bass from the Oklahoma side of the lake since the Oklahoma Department of Wildife Conservation started lake records in 2008.

TARGETING COW STRIPERS ON A REGULAR BASIS TAKES A LOT OF PATIENCE, ENDURANCE AND KNOW HOW.

The habits of large bass (over 15 lbs.) are totally different than school and teen sized fish, not that they can't be found in the same places, they can and are, but not always at the same time. Small and teen sized fish will school in the middle of a rip, chasing bait helter skelter, larger bass will lie behind structure in the rip or to the side,expending only enough energy to get their meal, big fish need calories and can't afford to waste energy chasing bait or competing with small fish, they will often lie beneath them, close to and behind them.