Texas and Oklahoma Professional Fishing Guide

Although, in general, Texas and Oklahoma have temperate climates, change happens very quickly, and it's always best to be prepared.  In addition, some of the best fishing areas are also home to poison ivy and various biting insects.  Finally, heat and the sun can be extreme at certain times of the year.  The following list of necessities has been compiled to help you ensure a pleasant experience in the outdoors of Texas and Oklahoma.

  • Plenty of noncarbonated liquid
  • Lightweight nutritious food
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent with Deet
  • Comfortable supportive footwear
  • Rainwear
  • Layered clothing
  • Antiseptic ointment
  • Benydryl/allergy medicine
  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Strap on cleats
  • Waders/boots
  • Gloves in winter
  • Hand warmers
  • Your favorite rods/reels

Carey supplies flies, lures, bait, and terminal tackle... and would prefer you let him set up your rod.  He has spent years on these waters, and knows what the fish are looking for.  If you feel more comfortable handling these things yourself, please let Carey know.