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Current Fishing Reports

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Last Updated on Monday, February 08, 2016

UPDATE! As of today February 8th. Our 2016 Season has just started off. Were looking to have another Great year in 2016. This cold weather and sunny days have made for some interesting fishing over the last week with day time temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. But the Crappie are still biting! In this weeks report is Scott Stevenson and friend David of Sapulpa OK, Holding some of there nice Crappie caught this past Saturday Feb 6th. A lot of people think Spring is the only time to catch Crappies. But the fact is that you can catch Crappie any time of the year. You just have to know the fish pattern and technique to catch them. This is one of the things that makes guiding fun for me, Showing clients how its done at different times of year. And What a better way to start off the New Year than learning a few new fishing methods. This past year has been one our best years guiding on Oklahoma lakes an Rivers. Weve had so many great trips meeting new clients and showing them our fishing techniques. Not to mention all of our old fishing friends that some how manage to come back fishing with us year after year. Its always great to see them again. February has came in with a typical Winter weather pattern, over the last week the fishing has really turned on. We have been Crappie fishing catching a few really nice fish. This time of year is our favorite time to be on the Lakes an Rivers using light tackle and jig fishing. Even our Striper trips were using light tackle this can make for some exciting fishing. So far this year fishing has been good. High water did having a effect on some fishing in the Lakes and Rivers due to the hugh amounts of rain we received over the last few months. But the good news is that the Lakes are on the fall and most lakes are almost back to there normal lake levels. Crappie fishing has been really good over the last week. Were starting to get alot of bookings for our Winter Striper trips So please plan ahead and book in advance if you want a certain date. You can always call to check on dates and we do get cancelations from time to time your date might be open even on short notice. There is a lot of places to stay and eat around the Eufaula area. This weeks fishing report is all Good. Crappie are biting good on jigs and minnows around deep brush piles 14 to 20 ft deep. Large Mouth Bass are biting slow in coves and around points. Cat fishing is good on jug lines and Rod An Reel in river channels using cut shad and Worms. White Bass fishing is slow on points and humps using spoons and jigs. Striper fishing has really been slow this winter due to the heavy water releases from the dams over the last month. If you have any questions or would like to book a trip with our guide service call Larry at 918 758 9139. Most of our trips are going out of Eufaula Cove Marina, Lake Eufaula's largest full service marina, Until next time, Good Fishing! Your Outdoor Adventure Guide. Larry