Oklahoma Fishing Guides

Lake Hugo Crappie Report

Lake Hugo crappie fishing
On my way to Lake Broken Bow and the Mountain Fork River last week, I stopped by Frazier Point on Lake Hugo to see how the action was.

I met a couple of fellas from Hope, Arkansas who had been fishing for 2 days on Hugo. They reported that they caught 63 crappie on live minnows.

Frazier Point has a nice boat ramp and is located on the northeat side of the lake off Hwy 93 just after the bridge (to the left) when heading north.

Lake Hudson Fishing Report

Avid Angler Terry Evans sends us this report from Lake Hudson:

Spent a couple of days at Hudson and caught more bass than I ever have in a small period of time at the norh end of the lake, in the creeks. Water was fairly murky. I caught 10 largemouth on red worms with glitter. Most were in the 2-3 pound range. Most were 4-8 ft down, suspended on ledges.

At night, I landed 3 good ones on black lizards and lost one that would have topped out from 7-9 lbs, but it rapped itself around a tree branch and snapped the line (one of those ‘the big one that got away’ stories).

That was one of the biggest fish I’ve seen at Hudson. I got to see it before I lost it. It made me sick to my stomach when I lost it. My wife thought I was going to throw my rod in the lake! There’s now a lunker swimming around with a hook and a lizard hanging out its mouth.

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the report Terry. What a great fishing trip! Somebody go catch Terry’s lunker and send in a picture and measurements…

Monster Lake Sooner Striper!

Lake Sooner Oklahoma striper fishing report
Guide David Clark of Fish On! Guide Service sends us this amazing fishing report from Lake Sooner:

FISH ON!!! Well it started off kinda slow, but ended with a very big bang. After weathering a few thunderstorms and a couple of dry spells, we caught the biggest Striper I have ever seen caught out of Lake Sooner.

We caught it and had three more on at the same time. Two of the other three came off. The third one is still hooked and swimming around with a Ugly Stick attached to his behind. The fourth one was this 25lber. He sure did seem on the skinny side. It measured 42 inches long and had a 24 inch girth. I think for the length it should of been around 35lbs. It had a very big head.

We tried to release it but it would not swim off. We first thought he was hung up, but from good experience I know there is nothing there to hang up on (82.68 blue). Then he started taking some drag and the fight was on. It was on a down line so that made it even more fun.

It was the biggest fish my client had ever caught and we were all very proud of him. By the end of the day we had caught 35 Hybrids and a few more small Stripers. The water temperature was 86 degrees and we were in 35ft of water most of the day. Fish ON!!!!

Editor’s Note: What a monster! How much fun!! If you want to go fishing with David, visit his website at: www.FishOnOK.com.

Lake Lawtonka Bass

Lake Lawtonka bass fishing report
Avid fisherman Chris R. send us this Lake Lawtonka fishing report:

These two monsters came out of Lake Lawtonka in the shallows. I was using the Tournament Series® Stik-O™ Soft Plastic Jerkbait – 6” (candy corn) from Bass Pro and they work well!

The largemouth bass are feeding, but I have not had a smallmouth bass keeper yet this year. I will be back at Lawtonka on Sunday after church to see if anything is biting.

Editor’s Note: Way to go Chris! How much did those Hawgs weight? We look forward to hearing about your Sunday fishing trip.