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Lake Texoma Striper Fishing - Dan Barnett's Guaranteed Guide Service
Lake Texoma Striper Fishing - Dan Barnett's Guaranteed Guide Service
Lake Texoma Striper Fishing - Dan Barnett's Guaranteed Guide Service
Lake Texoma Striper Fishing - Dan Barnett's Guaranteed Guide Service
Lake Texoma Striper Fishing - Dan Barnett's Guaranteed Guide Service

Striper Fishing On Lake Texoma With
Texoma Fishing Guide Dan Barnett

Striper Fishing in Texas with Dan Barnett: A tradition

Lake Texoma, Striper and Texoma Fishing Guide Dan Barnett make for a three way combination that provides the striper angler with an unmatched outdoor adventure. Any discussion about striper fishing in Texas would not be complete without elaborating on Texoma striper fishing. Dan Barnett is a fishing guide at Lake Texoma specializing in striper guided trips. If you are looking for a striper image, Dan has several on his website. If you would like to be in the pictures, book a Lake Texoma striper fishing trip today.

Texas Anglger’s Preference for Striped Bass

Striped bass are the fourth most preferred species among licensed Texas anglers. It is estimated that the economic impact of striper fishing in the Lake Texoma area alone totals well in excess of $20 million. Stripers are often captured using artificial lures that imitate small fish, such as silver spoons. Deep running lures can also be effective, as may live bait, or cut bait. In Texas, stripers in excess of 50 pounds have been landed. Although specimens exceeding 100 pounds have been caught in saltwater, to date a 66-pounder was the largest individual reported from inland waters.

Where to Find the Texas Striped Bass?

The striped bass is a coastal species that moves far upstream during spawning migrations in coastal rivers. The native range is along the Atlantic coast east of the Appalachian Mountains from New Brunswick south to Florida and west into Louisiana. The species has been introduced at scattered locations throughout the central US. There have also been introductions as far west as the Colorado River in Arizona, and at various sites in California. Although not native to Texas, the species has been stocked in a number of reservoirs. Because stream flow is required for a successful hatch, most reservoir populations are not self-sustaining and must be maintained through stocking. One notable exception is Lake Texoma along the Red River in northeastern Texas.

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The striped bass is the largest member of the sea bass family, often called “temperate” or “true” bass to distinguish it from species such as largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass which are actually members of the sunfish family Centrarchidae. Although Morone is of unknown derivation, saxatilis is Latin meaning “dwelling among rocks.” As with other true basses, the dorsal fin is clearly separated into spiny and soft-rayed portions. Striped bass are silvery, shading to olive-green on the back and white on the belly, with seven or eight uninterrupted horizontal stripes on each side of the body. . .

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