Lake Texoma Fishing Report :: June 10th

Stripers Inc.

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When I catch a quick limit, I give my customers the option of catching and releasing, going cat fishing, or trying for a big fish. The past few trips, my customers have decided to try for a big fish. We might not catch 1-2 fish the rest of the trip but they will be BIG. Pictured below are the fish from Saturday and Sunday’s trips. June and July are some of my favorite months to fish. I have caught more big fish in those 2 months than the rest of the year combined. Now is the time to come fishing for the big ones.
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June is starting to fill up, I still have a couple of weekend slots available but there are still lots of options left in July. My prices are $125/person, children and active military are half price when accompanied with 2 full price adults. You can book your trip online at www.stripersinc.com or you can call me anytime at (903)815-1609 and I’ll get you set up.
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Your <st1:place>Lake</st1:place> Texoma Fishing Guide,
Brian Prichard
Stripers Inc.
www.stripersinc.com
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