Oklahoma Fishing Guides

Lake Elmer Thomas Fishing Report

Lake Elmer Thomas fishing report with Denese Freemen, WBT Co-Angler Last Sunday, I had the opportunity to go fishing on Lake Elmer Thomas with WBT Co-Angler Denese Freeman (who just won a Skeeter boat this April at Lake Lewisville Texas).

Under the watch of Mount Scott & Wichita Mountains, Denese and I headed out on her boat at the crack of dawn. Without a breeze blowing or a cloud in the sky, we had the perfect elements for a great day. The bass were jumping all around us, so we started out with top water buzzbaits but to no avail. We switched over to spinners, but again, no luck.

We then switched over to wacky-rigged Maniac Salt Sticks, 4″ Cinnamon Crawfish color and started hammering them. We caught so many bass, we lost count. Denese took me to her best good luck spot and I promptly landed this 4lber (click picture to enlarge).

If you haven’t fished Lake Elmer Thomas, do yourself a favor and go. Although small, the water is crystal clear and the mountains and wildlife are breathtaking. If you take your boat, please note that the lake is a “no wake” lake.

If you would like to keep up with Denese on the Women’s Bassmaster Tournament Trail, visit her site at www.DeneseFreeman.com.

Editor’s Note: Thanks Denese for all your hospitality and taking me out on your new prize Skeeter “Lizzy”! I look forward to fishing Lake Lawtonka with you next!!

Lake Elmer Thomas Fishing Report

Lake Elmer Thomas Oklahoma fishing report, WBT co-angler Denese FreemanWomen’s Bassmaster Tour Co-Angler Denese Freeman sends us this report from Lake Elmer Thomas:

In April of this year, I won the Lake Lewisville event and was awarded a $25,000 Skeeter bass boat complete with Lowrance electronics and a MotorGuide trolling motor. This boat has become an excellent tool for me to continue practicing my angling skills.

Over the Labor Day weekend, my husband and I went camping and fishing at Lake Elmer Thomas which borders the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and Fort Sill just North of Lawton, Oklahoma.

Here is a photo of my 6 lb 6 oz bass I caught Sunday evening at about 10:30 p.m using a weightless Zoom fluke – Arkansas Shiner. I just had to make that “one last cast” and this is the result.

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the picture and report Denese and congratulations on your WBT win! Wish I had that boat!!

Texoma Smallmouth Bass TV Show

Jen Carroll and Jay Fuller warm up prior to filming a new Wildlife Department show on Lake Texoma smallmouth bass.
Coming soon to a TV near you – a Wildlife Department show on Lake Texoma Smallies!

Cut & Shoot Productions, Jen Carroll – Women’s Bassmaster Pro, Jay Fuller – Lake Texoma smallmouth record holder, Alberta Creek Resort & Marina, the Tacklebox Club, and OKFG just completed filming of a feature show for the Wildlife Department on Lake Texoma smallmouth bass.

Pictured here is Jen & Jay warming up prior to filming. Air times TBA on here on Hawg Blawg.