Oklahoma Fishing Reports

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Posted: 7/20/2017

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Broken Bow Copan Eufaula Ft. Gibson Grand Lake
Hugo Kaw Keystone Oologah Pine Creek
Skiatook Tenkiller Texoma Webbers Falls  

Broken Bow

Lake elevation at normal pool: 602.5

 Inflow: 60 cfs Outflow: 500 cfs.

Level: 0.5 feet Low  Temperature:

Bass are good on plastics and spinnerbaits along brush structure, points and standing timber.

Crappie are good on grubs, jigs, minnows and tube jigs on brush structure, standing timber and areas where water is 20-30'.

Catfish are good on chicken liver, crawfish, cut bait, live bait, punch bait, shrimp, sunfish and worms in channels, coves, creek channels, points, river channel and river mouth.

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 710.0

 Inflow: 190 cfs Outflow: 1800 cfs.

Level:9.03 feet high  Temperature: 


All fishing is slow

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 585.0   

Inflow: 7900 cfs Outflow: 25000 cfs.

Level: 5.00 feet high water clearing Temperature:

White, striped and hybrid bass show fair action on live shad and sassy shad below the dam. 

Catfish are good on cut bait and live shad on the main lake, creek channels and river channel. 

Largemouth and spotted bass fair on crankbaits and plastics covers and riprap

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Ft. Gibson

Updated: 7/20/2017

Lake elevation at normal pool: 554.0  

Inflow: 13700 Outflow: 40000

Level: 18.00 feet high Temperature:

Report By: Larry's Bait & Tackle

Fort Gibson lake is over 18 feet as of 5/28/17. 30 flood gates are open. 4 turbines are ON midnight to midnight. 

Crappie GOOD on jigs, minnows and plastic baits on the West or East side of the Dam. Slow on the lake. 

Sandbass bass are great on the West side or East side. Spoons, Roostertails, silver spoons, topwater lures.

Blues, flathead, or channel catfish are good when fishing in the turbines. Flatheads good on the West side of the Dam on live baits.  

Snagging for Spoonbills has been good below the Dam. Please read and OBEY the LAW... The Game Rangers are on the look-out for violators.

PLEASE, stop by Larry's Bait and Tackle. You could be our next WINNER...


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Call: (918) 478-3225


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Grand Lake

Updated  7/20/2017

Lake elevation at normal pool: 745.0

Inflow: 7250 cfs Outflow: 24000 cfs.

Level: 4.05 feet high Temperature:

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Report by: Littlefield Sporting Goods

White crappie and black crappie good on jigs, minnows and plastics on brush structure, in shallows, coves and docks.

White bass excellent on Sassy Shad, spoons, rooster tails and plastics below the dam, Elk River and Blue Bluff.

Blue catfish show good action on shad below the dam, in flats, main lake and mud flats.

GOOD LUCK FISHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 404.5 

Inflow: 1865 cfs Outflow: 161 cfs.

Level: 31.00 feet high Temperature:


Largemouth and spotted bass are good on buzz baits, spinnerbaits and top water along brush structure, creek channels, points and standing timber.

Blue catfish are fair on chicken liver, cut bait and shad below the dam.

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 1008.3

Inflow: 1000 cfs Outflow: 18500 cfs.

Level: 17.00 feet high Temperature: 

Blue and channel catfish good on cut bait and worms in shallows, flooded farm fields and flooded willows.

White crappie fair on jigs and minnows in coves and riprap.

The floodgates are open and the lake should drop around 12' per day.

Bow fishing is very good for carp and gar.

Paddlefish snagging below the dam has slowed down considerably.

Fishing for all other species of fish in the tailwaters should get better every day.

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 723.0

Inflow: 3700 cfs Outflow:40000 cfs.

Level: 15.08 feet high  Temperature: 

Blue catfish are good on cut bait below the dam and in the river channel.

White bass and crappie good on jigs and minnows below the dam.

Most ramps were closed.

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 638.0

Inflow:4620 cfs Outflow: 20000 cfs.

 Level: 11.00 feet high Temperature:

Blue and channel catfish are fair on cut bait and shad below the dam.

Blue catfish are fair on cut bait and shad in the flats.

Blue catfish in lake being caught on Juglines on flats 10 ft.

There are still several campgrounds and boat ramps that are closed.

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Pine Creek

Lake elevation at normal pool: 440.50    

Inflow: 330 cfs Outflow: 299 cfs.

Level: Norm 0.07 feet low Temperature:


Largemouth bass are fair on plastics on points and creek channels. 

Crappie are slow on jigs and minnows in brush structure and flats.

Channel catfish are good on worms in the main lake. 

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 714.0  

Inflow: 40 cfs Outflow: 3000 cfs.

Level: 6.4 feet high Temperature:

White and striped bass are fair on inline spinnerbaits, lipless baits and sassy shad along riprap early in the mornings and late in evenings.

All other fishing slow.

 As of 5-29-2017 the only boat ramp that is open is to the south at the Black Dog ramp.

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Lake elevation at normal pool: 632.0

Inflow: 3530 cfs Outflow: 13300 cfs.

Level: 16.05 feet low Temperature:

Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass fair on crankbaits, spinnerbaits and topwater along shorelines, in the main lake.

Channel catfish fair on punch bait and stinkbait on points and in the main lake.

Anchor in 17-20' water off points.

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Updated: 7/20/2017

Lake elevation at normal pool: 615.0

Inflow: 1650 cfs Outflow: 80 cfs.

Level: 2.00 feet low Temperature:

Striped bass and white bass goo on live shad in the main lake and river channel.

Blue, Channel and Flathead catfish show fair action on cut bait, shad and live shad in river channels, creek channels and main lake.

Black Crappie and White Crappie fair on jigs, hair jigs, inline spinnerbait, live bait, plastics, sassy shad, small lure and minnows on brush structure, creek channels, shorelines and riprap.

Lots of fresh water is coming in, generation is 24 hours.

Stripers have a few longer fish showing up.

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Webbers Falls

Lake elevation at normal pool: 487.0  

Inflow: 24240 cfs Outflow: 25029 cfs.

Level: 4.00 feet high  Temperature:

Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass good on bill baits, buzz baits and  jerk baits in channels, coves, creek channels, in standing timber along shorelines and weed beds.

Black crappie and white crappie fair on hair jigs, grubs, minnows, tube jigs, and purple and black  jigs on brush structure, in creek channels, coves, standing timber and 8-10' of water.

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This page last updated Thursday, July 20, 2017


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