Oklahoma Fishing Guides

Lake Hudson Smallmouth Bass Record

Lake Hudson has a new Lake Record Smallmouth Bass! 

Earlier this year, Cory Conley from Catoosa
caught this beautiful 6 pound smallmouth bass on an Alabama rig near Salina
Creek on Lake Hudson.

If you would like a guided trip on Hudson, check out Rocky Thomas Jr. of Thomas Guide Service. 

He fishes for smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, sand bass, and crappie on Lake Hudson.

Call him at: 918-837-0490

Website: www.thomasguideservice.com

Lake Altus-Lugert Fishing Report

Fishing guide Jim Bevers on Lake Altus-Lugert next to Quartz Mountain State Park sends in this fishing report:

Fishing this morning, one of my clients caught this nice hybrid bass and forty sand bass, three walleye, and five crappie.  Things are picking up when the wind allows you to get on the water!

Contact Lake Altus-Lugert fishing guide Jim Bevers at 580-301-3879 or email him at jim.bevers@gmail.com

Broken Bow Sand Bass Running

Sand bass at Lake Broken Bow with fishing guide Bryce Archey
Lake Broken Bow fishing guide Bryce Archey sends us this report:

The annual sand bass run has begun and we are catching big sandies right now. This run will continue for a couple of more weeks. Here is a picture of how big they can get this time of year.

I only have a couple of days remaining towards the end of the month if anyone is interested in a guided trip.

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the report Bryce. Looks like you guys had a blast catching those sandies! If you want to catch some sandies with Bryce, call him at 580-494-6447 or 870-582-4561 or visit him at his website: www.BrokenBowLakeGuide.com

Lake Keystone Report

Avid fisherwoman Bernadette W. sends us this report from Lake Keystone:

Went to Keystone last week – the water was truly high – it was even with the handicap parking sign – that’s usually 30 feet above lake level…camping and playground areas are flooded – the dam release was incredible – looked like a small Niagara Falls – bottom sidewalk near fishing area – well underwater – large tree trunks have smashed the remaining guardrail – saw someone catch a two foot blue catfish; others were using yellow split tails and yanking sand bass as quick as they could cast.

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the report Bernadette! Got some pictures to share with us?