Stripers were first introduced to Lake Ouachita ( pronounced Lake "Washita" ) in 1956 in a small stocking (27) of N. Carolina Fish.
Its large size and forage base gives stripers plenty of room to roam and grow.
The lake's abundance of deep water provides good habitat through the summer, when the lake stratifies and conditions turn toughest for striped bass, especially big striped bass.
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Lake Ouachita is known as the Trophy striped bass capital of the world offering the best trophy striper fishing anywhere with 30 ponders showing up on a regular basis with plenty of 40 - 50 pound rod bending, line stripping, reel straining monumental giants to keep you on your toes.
Many anglers dream of catching a state or world record striped bass, and that could become a reality on Lake Ouachita. So, whether you're looking for a record fish or a memorable day fishing in some of the most scenic shore lines in the world, you must fish Lake Ouachita.