Walleye/Saugeye Fishing

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Walleye/Saugeye Season

  

Primetime for eyes is usually February thru June. Sometimes that timeline varies depending on the weather and water temps.  Walleye/Saugeye in the spring and early summer can be of tremendous size and our Oklahoma limits are very generous. Since 1992 I have catered to thousands of hunting and fishing enthusiasts from all over the USA. I currently hold the Oklahoma state record for the largest saugeye at 10 LBS. Fishing trips include myself as the fishing guide, I am licensed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife. A 20 ft LUND Alaskan walleye rigged boat with two four stroke Mercury motors, Humminbird Helix 10 side scan sonar, Cabelas AGM  batteries, Northland and Berkley fishing tackle, Cabelas graphite rods, Shimano reels, live bait and non alcoholic drinks. If you want to catch and eat fish that are by far the best freshwater table fare then these are it. Please feel free to ask for references. 


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Fishing Info

  

I fish Fort Cobb, Lake Lawtonka, Lake Ellsworth, Waurika lake or Altus Lugert. Just depends where the bite is best that year. I begin booking walleye fishing trips in late January. You can call and book/pay for your trip right over the phone. You must however bring raingear and any cold weather gear. License requirements are a OK fishing license, you can purchase directly from the ODWC online. Reservations should be made well in advance. Cost per person is $150.00 Must have a minimum of two. Large groups can book the boat $500.00 (discount rate) and bring up to four people.

My OFFICE

20 FT Alaskan LUND

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Ready to fish

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