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Fishing in Oklahoma, A brief look

Oklahoma offers year round opportunity for fishing and ranks among the foremost in the nation in inland water resources. The state offers a wealth of freshwater sport fishing, ranging from the excitement of smallmouth-bass fishing in the mountain streams of eastern Oklahoma to statewide interest in largemouth bass fishing in many Ohio fishing lakes and reservoirs.

While crappie, beam and white bass hold much of the sports fishing interest, there are endless opportunities for catfish fishing on streams and lakes. Peak fishing months in the spring generally extend from about mid March into June when largemouth bass crappie, white-bass, panfish and catfish spawning periods spur action.

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Oklahoma Fishing Locations

Fishing in Oklahoma is the most prevalent in the following areas: Grand Lake, Lake of Cherokees, Eufaula Lake, Tenkiller Lake, Fort Bigson Lake, Wister Lake and Texoma Lakes, Eucha Lakes, Canton Reservoir, Foss Reservoir, Hulah Reservoir, Blue River, Bird Creek, Illinois River

Oklahoma Fishing Species

Popular Oklahoma fishing species include: Crappie, beam, white bass, pickerel, trout, panfish, blue catfish, channel catfish, striped bass.

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