When most anglers think of fishing at 89,000-acre Lake Texoma, they think of striper fishing. And for good reason, since the big two-state reservoir is among the best freshwater striped bass fisheries in the nation.
But for Texoma angler Chris Bobo of Denison, he thinks of fishing for the reservoir’s black bass species: the largemouth, the smallmouth and the spotted bass. Bobo, a competitive tournament angler with several good finishes on his resume, spends as much time as possible on Texoma during the fall months.
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