In 2012 I made the tough decision to raise prices due to the cost of fuel. I’m glad to announce as of today I’m rescinding that increase and rolling the price back to that earlier rate. Fuel prices have reduced dramatically and we’ll hold at the new rate as long as we can. The new…

 

This is the time of year to get out there and get a big fish on. The lakes and rivers are the least crowded this time of year. Fish are still very active in all of our lakes. Catfish are feeding aggressively in several areas and the Striper bite is as good as I’ve seen…

 

The winter time Blue Cat bite at Keystone is HOT. We’ve been getting good numbers of Blues on cut Shad fishing Jugs and rod and reel at Keystone. I went Tuesday with a friend and we caught 16 really nice fish to have for a Christmas dinner with family. These are an AWESOME eating fish….

 

Over the course of the last few years I’ve had many questions regarding using Sonar to find fish. Without a doubt the most frequently asked question is: “How do I set my Sonar for optimal viewing”. The two most important settings are Sensitivity and Colorline. Of course these settings are for Lowrance color units. Set…

 

Catching bait in winter is much more difficult than the rest of the year. When the water temps get down into the forties or lower the Shad go deep. This effects not only where you look for them but the equipment needed. To start with you need a good Sonar unit to find the bait….

 

Preferred Oklahoma fishing guide Steve Carroll of Weekend Duty guide service discusses the art of tying the “Crazy Alberto” knot guaranteed to help you catch more striped bass in Oklahoma… Well, not really but this is the most simple and strongest fishing knot used by avid anglers.

 

In some VERY trying conditions we finally found a few fish today on Skiatook. Lucky for me my main client today was only 5 and it was her first fishing trip. We were originally scheduled for Sooner but I couldn’t see driving there and finding out that it was really blowing 39 not 20 MPH….