Was headed out to Platter Flats on Lake Texoma where the Sand Bass have been schooling for the past couple of months. Didn’t quite make it. I came up on Washita Point and there was schooling action all over the flats. Stripers and Sand Bass were going at it. The trusty Blue and Chrome Tiny Torpedo was the one Sunday. Lots of top water action for about 2 hours. Kept 12 and took it in so we could fire up the stove and have some fresh fillets for dinner. So lets get out there the action is fast and furious right now.
Anybody who has fished Lake Texoma knows the struggles the past year and a half with the floods. The fishing is just now getting back and the striper bite is hit and miss. The good is that fishing for Sand Bass is out of this world and I’m catching 3 pounders on a regular basis. That is a big sand bass. Blue Cats and Channel Cats are still good if not great so there is still a lot of fishing to do. The Sand Bass have a good pattern right now and there seems to be more and more stripers mixed in with them lately. I found the big Stripers 4-12 pounds one day off West Burns run schooling. It was fantastic action as the school was blowing up the water for about 20 minutes. So there is still some good action out there folks so lets go fishing!