Lake Texoma

About Lake Texoma

Located just 75 miles north of Dallas and 121 miles south of Oklahoma City, Lake Texoma is considered a premier vacation destination.  Known as the “Playground of the Southwest”, this 89,000-acre lake is well known for fishing and a myriad of water sports.  In addition, the lake offers a multitude of amenities for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors.

Formed when the Denison Dam was built in 1944, Lake Texoma borders the states of Texas and Oklahoma with a thousand miles of shoreline.  It’s sheer size and proximity to both the Dallas-Fort Worth area and Oklahoma City, contribute to it’s popularity – attracting approximately 6 million visitors a year.

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Free-flowing current in the Red River makes Texoma one of the few lakes in Texas with a self-sustaining population of striped bass, and one of only eight inland freshwater reservoirs worldwide where this species has spawned. In addition to “Stripers” other species found in Lake Texoma include Blue & channel catfish, White & striped bass, Largemouth bass, Spotted bass, Smallmouth bass, Black & white crappie and Bluegill.  A lake for all seasons, fishing on Lake Texoma is a year ‘round event!

Special Licenses

A Texas or Oklahoma fishing license is required as well as an annual Lake Texoma fishing permit which costs $12.