When you’re in the mood to explore the bountiful fishing grounds of Red River and Texoma Lake, turn to Dw’s Guide Service! With Captain Darrell Lyons at the helm, you’re in for a fun and productive day on the water that will earn you your bragging rights.
Come fishing with a guide that spent 3 decades exploring the local waters and see just how many fish you can hook in a single trip. Striped Bass is the most prized catch here because they come in impressive sizes and they’re incredible fighters. You could also easily find Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Catfish, and even Alligator Gar at the end of your line.
There’s a variety of fishing techniques that you can try out, depending on your preferences. Capt. Darrell will provide you with quality rods, reels, and tackle, so you can leave your own at home. Fly fishing and bowfishing equipment are also available on request and if using these techniques, anglers can take turns when fishing.
Your fishing platform is a 28’ Silver Dollar aluminum boat, freshly restored in 2018. The vessel is rigged with a 375 HP Mercruiser engine and has enough space to accommodate up to 8 anglers.
The solid navigational electronics will keep you on the bite at all times, and there’s a wireless trolling motor on board, as well. This is particularly useful when you’re sneaking up to the spooky fish in the shallow waters.
Your catch will be safe in the ice chest on the boat, and when you come back to land, the first mate will clean and fillet it for you. For all his great work, a 10–20% tip is much appreciated.
All you need for this trip is a valid fishing license, drinks, snacks, and towels. Kids are welcome to join you on the trip, as long as they’re 3 and older, your guide will make sure they have the best time.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to fish with Dw’s Guide Service, catch a boatload of fish, and have the time of your life on the water!
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Catch cleaning & filleting
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Silver Dollar (Aluminum fishing) originally built in 1995, and restored in 2018. Powered by a 375HP Mercruiser engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots.