Lake Texoma Fishing License Information


Gauranteed to catch fish or your money back!

  • 1 – 2 Persons: $400
  • 3 Persons: $450
  • 4 Persons: $550
  • 5 Persons: $650
  • 6 Persons: $750

*Rates based on number of paying persons per boat (does not include free kids – see below).**

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Lake Texoma Fishing License | Texas Fishing License Information

In order to fish Lake Texoma, all persons over the age of 14 MUST POSSESS a Lake Texoma Fishing License. Regular Texas Fishing License and Oklahoma Fishing License DO NOT Apply to Lake Texoma! Since Lake Texoma is located in both Texas and Oklahoma, a Lake Texoma license is NEEDED.

Lake Texoma Fishing License Information

Texoma fishing licenses are valid until December 31 following the date of issuance, a person may fish in both the Texas and Oklahoma waters of Lake Texoma without any additional Texas or Oklahoma fishing licenses. A Texas resident 65 years of age or older does not need this license to fish in the Oklahoma portion of Lake Texoma. Lake Texoma license is valid ONLY on Lake Texoma.

Places To Purchase A Lake Texoma Fishing License

Wal Mart Super Center
401 N Hwy 75, Denison, TX 75020
Daves Ski & Tackle
4411 US-75, Denison, TX 75020

Texas Free Fishing Day

June 6, 2020
On the first Saturday in June of each year, everyone can fish recreationally without licenses or endorsements. This opportunity exists so that more people can try fishing for the first time. If you already have your license, thank you for your support! Please consider inviting a friend or family member to join you.

Texas Fishing Regulations

The regulations enforced for fishing in the Texas area is to help assure that certain types of fish, certain sizes or specific areas will not be overfished. The regulations are also intended to protect the rights of anglers as well as landowners. Fishing regulations are found in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor. To begin, fishing in the Texas area is restricted to fishing by pole and line only. Anglers may use no more than two poles while fishing. After turning age 17, you must have a license to fish legally in public waters and licenses are renewed each year. For specific fish such as largemouth and smallmouth bass, there is a minimum length limit of 14 inches. There is no minimum length for Guadalupe or Spotted Bass; however, the daily bag limit is 5 fish for all four species. For White, Striped and Yellow Bass, there is a minimum length of 18 inches and a daily bag limit of 5 in any combination. For white bass, there is a minimum length of 10 inches and a daily bag of 25. For Yellow Bass, Carp or Sunfish, there is no bag or size limits. For Blue Catfish, there is no minimum length but there is a combined daily bag of 5. For Crappie, the minimum length limit is 10 inches with a daily bag limit of 25. For rainbow and brown trout, there is no minimum length; however, the daily bag limit is 5. Freshwater and saltwater fish must be released if it has gone over the slot limit.

Oklahoma Fishing Regulations

There are general regulations for fishing in Oklahoma and they include the following. It is unlawful to fish in Oklahoma without carrying a license or written evidence explaining that you are exempt. You cannot fish on the land of another without consent from the owner, lessee or occupant of the land. Anglers must obtain permission to enter any posted or occupied land devoted to farming, ranching or forestry. No one can sell, barter or trade fish, frogs or turtles, except with a commercial license.

Texas & Oklahoma Fishing Links

Texas Parks & Wildlife Website:
Oklahoma Parks & Wildlife:

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