Skip to Main Content Skip to Main Navigation
Join the Griffin's Guide HUNTING newsletter

Get weekly news, tips and photos from the world of hunting.
[contact-form-7 id="35884" title="GG Email"]
No Thanks!
The 2014 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Guide is now available!
To view the new guide, please download the pdf. Check back in the coming days as we work to put up the new 2014 website.

Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Partners in Conservation

Brought to you by:

Many partners join efforts to improve future of fishing

State-Logo.jpgMuch of the conservation and enhancement work in Oklahoma would not be possible without the vital support of our various partners and supporters. The Wildlife Department, and in turn you as a sportsman, are fortunate to have quality organizations that have made significant contributions to fisheries management in Oklahoma. These organizations are featured on our website at


Workers build a boat ramp at Grand Lake.

A simple “thank you” cannot express the extent of appreciation for those who go above and beyond to lend a hand. Such is the case with the many groups that have become invaluable Partners in Conservation for Oklahoma’s tremendous natural resources. The Wildlife Department, and the sportsmen of the state, are blessed by these quality organizations that have made significant contributions to wildlife management in Oklahoma. Partners listed here contributed at least $5,000 in 2012.

The Wildlife Department also extends sincere gratitude to the many other groups and individuals who provide support through monetary gifts or in-kind products and services in support of all Department activities. This list does not include our partners who contribute to the Department’s Wildlife Expo or the 2013 conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies.

Thank you, partners!

  • National Wild Turkey Federation NWTF-logo-reversed.jpg
    for support of habitat enhancement on public and private lands statewide (including seven WMAs open to public hunting), providing prescribed burning equipment, fireguard construction, invasive plant removal and turkey trapping supplies, plus major support for Archery in the Schools.

  • Oklahoma Station — Safari-Club.jpg
    Safari Club International

    for its support of the Operation Game Thief Trailer and the grant program for the Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program.

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife ServicePartners-Fish-Wildlife-USFWS-Logo.jpg
    for its contributions to fish and wildlife conservation and the Archery in the Schools program.

  • Quail Forever — 89er Chapter Q4ever.psd
    for helping to support management projects and research focused on improving quail habitat and populations. Donations have included prescribed burning equipment.

  • Safari Club International SCILogo.psd
    for its support of the Operation
    Game Thief trailer.

  • Archery Trade Association ATA-Logo.psd
    has supported archery education through the Explore Bowhunting program and assisted in developing facilities for shooting through community archery parks.

  • Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation RMEF_process.psd
    for its support of the ODWC Youth Camp and habitat work on WMAs open to public hunting.

Your Dollars Work For ConservationWSFRlogo.psd

If you’ve ever bought a fishing license, boat, fishing tackle, ammo or bows and arrows, you’re a part of the most successful effort to conserve fish and wildlife in America: The Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program.

WSFR-photo.jpgAnglers, hunters and outdoors enthusiasts pay a special excise tax whenever they buy items related to the outdoors, and that tax revenue is distributed back to the individual states. So each time an Oklahoman buys a license or outdoors-related merchandise, he or she is supporting important conservation efforts such as installing boat ramps or increasing hunting access.


Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

Return to the home page
Brought to you by:
Conservation Partner Advertisements: The Oklahoma Wildlife Department allows appropriate advertising in its annual regulation guides in print and online, in order to defray or eliminate expenses to the state, and support enhanced communications with Oklahoma Wildlife Department Constituents. Through a unique partnership with J.F.Griffin Publishing, LLC &, ‘Conservation Partners’ have been established that pay for advertising in support of the regulations both in print and online. The Oklahoma Wildlife Department neither endorses products or services listed or claims made; nor accepts any liability arising from the use of products or services listed. Advertisers interested in the Conservation Partners program should contact J.F.Griffin/ directly at 413-884-1001,
JF Griffin Media
J.F. Griffin Media reaches 9,000,000 sportsmen every year through our print and digital publications. We produce 30 hunting and fishing regulation guides for 15 state agencies. For advertising information, please visit: