Come aboard and have an enjoyable and fun fishing trip with Fuller’s Guide Service. Starting out of Ardmore, Oklahoma, you and Guide Jay Fuller will go to beautiful Lakes Murray and Texoma and try to land a fine catch. Guide Jay’s a skilled angler who knows how to take you to the fish and he’ll gladly share his knowledge with you. Join him and not only have a great fishing experience but also explore the marine life and natural beauties of Ardmore.
Your journey will start on a 21’ Skeeter bass boat that can carry up to 3 guests. It runs on a 250 HP Yamaha SHO engine that can reach a maximum cruising speed of 70 knots. For efficient navigation, there are all the modern GPS, fishfinder, and radio systems. The boat also features a wireless trolling motor in order to approach the fish in a quieter way.
You and Guide Jay will be using light tackle to target Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, both species that make a fine table-fare and that put a decent fight when chased. This is a catch and release charter, so all of the fish you catch will have to be released back to the water.
For your trip, you’ll need to bring your fishing gear, bait, a valid fishing license, and the food and drinks of your choice.
Come and have a memorable fishing trip on Lakes Murray and Texoma, Fuller’s Guide Service’s waiting for you!
FAQs about Fuller's Guide Service
- $250 per person - 7 Hour Trip – Bass Fishing (7 hours)
- Wireless Trolling Motor
- Lake Fishing
- Light Tackle
- Bass (Largemouth)
- Bass (Smallmouth)
Meet the Captain
About this listing
Skeeter (Bass boat) originally built in 2020. Powered by a 250HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 70 knots.
Types of fishing
If it is unsafe to travel, you may still cancel free of charge or change the date(s) of your booking.
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The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the charter operator on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: