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Local Weather


  • Saturday 6/15
    Sunny
    High: 92°
    Low: 74°


  • Sunday 6/16
    Sunny
    High: 92°
    Low: 75°


  • Monday 6/17
    Sunny
    High: 90°
    Low: 75°


  • Tuesday 6/18
    Mostly Sunny
    High: 89°
    Low: 74°


  • Wednesday 6/19
    Mostly Sunny
    High: 90°
    Low: 74°

Fishing Report

Jun 12, 2024: GOOD. Water stained; 75 degrees; 4.70 feet above pool. Striped bass fishing is great using live bait fishing shallow humps and ledges in 25 feet of water or drifting main lake flats watching for schooling fish on top. Topwaters early right place right time or swim baits on shallow humps near creeks. Crappie fishing is fair on brush piles in 15-20 feet of water near creeks and inflow. Use minnows on shallow rocky banks for black crappie. Catfish are good on shallow flats 10-20 feet of water for channel catfish using cut shad or prepared baits. Blue catfish are in 40-50 feet of water on ledges and deep flats. Bass fishing is fair fishing top waters early in the banks of creeks and along the edges of main lake points. Downsize baits for the shad fry that are 1-2 inch long right now and very thick throughout marinas and docks. Fish a crankbait near shaded docks late in the day. Lake is clearing up some as well. Report by Jacob Orr, Guaranteed Guide Service Lake Texoma. Key on the shad to find the stripers. Small threadfin shad, about .5-1 inch are midlake, so look for nervous water and throw swimbaits. Slab season is almost here. When we see bigger fish beneath the smaller fish feeding on the shad bring out the slabs. Anglers fishing with live bait are doing well. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

Courtesy Texas Parks & Wildlife

Lake Info

Surface Elevation
621.36 ft (+2.36)
Water Temp
75° F