Lake Texoma was impounded in 1944 and is located on the Red River in North Texas on the Texas and Oklahoma border just northwest of Denison and Sherman Texas. It has 74,686 acres of water with a maximum depth of 100 ft. and a pool level of 615 ft to 619 ft. msl
The lake holds the following species; Blue & channel catfish, White & striped bass, Largemouth bass, Spotted bass, Smallmouth bass, Black & white crappie, and Bluegill.
Lake Texoma fishing report that Largemouth Bass are being taken in shallow water during the spring and early fall on a variety of artificial baits and worms, Since the lake straddles both states, anglers come from Texas and Oklahoma to fish Lake Texoma. Be sure to get the latest Lake Texoma fishing report when planning a your trip.
Lake Texoma cabins for rent are very abundant on both Texas and Oklahoma sides of the lake. Check with various marinas and private campgrounds for availability. As on all Texas Lakes, be sure to make reservations well in advance. Also make sure you understand what is included with the cabin rental. The cabin can come complete with everything you need, or it can be more of a wilderness camping where you must bring your own linen and kitchen utensils.
Fishing Guides on Lake Texoma are all licensed and can put you on the fish. Their prices are from $250.00 to 350.00 per full day, with everything included. Like most Texas Lakes, most marinas have fishing guides that work exclusively at that marina. Again, booking well in advance is a must, especially during the spring and fall fishing season.
In Conclusion: Lake Texoma is a popular lake and its size makes it a great fishery that has not been over fished. It has produced some state trophy bass and I will be returning soon with an update. Remember to book everything well in advance and be prepared for a great fishing trip.