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  • These lakes now have a 14-inch minimum length limit for largemouth and smallmouth bass: Broken Bow, Hall, Nanih Waiya, Raymond Gary, Vanderwork.
  • The daily limit for largemouth and smallmouth bass for Lake Hefner is six combined, with a 14-inch minimum length limit.
  • There is a new statewide daily limit for walleye, sauger and saugeye. Anglers can keep a total of six walleye, sauger and / or saugeye combined per day.
  • All of Sooner Lake (including the discharge area) has a daily limit of 20 striped bass, striped bass hybrids and / or white bass combined, of which only five can be 20 inches or longer.
  • Lake Arcadia has a daily limit of five striped bass and / or striped bass hybrids combined, of which only two may be 20 inches or longer.
  • Bowfishing for paddlefish in the lower Red River is prohibited year-round.
  • The use of gill nets, trammel nets, hoop nets, or haul seines is prohibited statewide.
  • Persons must remove all aquatic plants and clean zebra mussels and / or quagga mussels off of boats or trailers and other gear prior to launching boats into Oklahoma waters.
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