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Charter Fishing Tours on Lake Texoma

So, you’ve booked your trip with Out Cast Fishing Guide Service. Now get ready for a day of fun, fish, and friends! While we take care of most of the work, allowing you to relax and enjoy the ride, there are a few things you’ll want to bring with you. Over the 25 years we’ve been guiding fishing groups on Lake Texoma, we’ve seen it all, and it’s taught us what to pack for fishing trips. We’ve put together a list of additional items your party will want to bring to make an excellent trip. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call us up and ask away. Our helpful staff is always happy to assist you and get you fishing right away.

What Should I Bring on My Trip?

The best part about booking a fishing trip with Out Cast Fishing Guide Service besides landing incredible striper bass is that you don’t have to plan anything but getting here! We take care of the boat, tackle, gear, and everything else. All you have to do is bring your crew and spirit! We have coolers on board, so complete the trip by bringing snacks and drinks. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of landing a 40lb striper, posing for a picture with your friends, and knocking back a few beers in the process. Depending on the season, other essential items like jackets, sunscreen, bug spray, and sunglasses are highly recommended as well. Even in the warmer months, the weather on the water can be unpredictable. Those who experience motion sickness will want to take seasickness medication a few hours prior to departure.

What About a Lake Texoma Fishing License?

All participants are responsible for having their own Lake Texoma fishing license. Please refer to the Texas Wildlife Department or Oklahoma Wildlife Department for rules and regulations regarding your fishing license requirements.


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