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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Where to Fish Statewide

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The Sooner State offers plenty of opportunities for fishing from border to border. This map depicts the locations of popular public fishing spots, listed in alphabetical order. Many other public places to fish can be found in Oklahoma but are not shown here, such as the “Close to Home” fishing waters that exist in some of the state’s urban areas (see “Close to Home” Fishing). The lake names in blue type are Wildlife Department fishing areas (see Department Fishing Areas). Lake operators appear in parentheses.

  1. Adair Recreation Area
  2. Altus-Lugert
  3. American Horse (Temporarily closed.)
  4. Arcadia
  5. Ardmore City (Ardmore)
  6. Atoka (Atoka)
  7. Baron Fork Creek (upper Illinois River)
  8. Beaver River WMA
  9. Bell Cow (Chandler)
  10. Birch
  11. Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area
  12. Bluestem (Pawhuska)
  13. Boomer (Stillwater)
  14. Broken Bow
  15. Burtschi
  16. Camp Gruber JMTC
  17. Canton
  18. Carl Albert (Talihina)
  19. Carl Blackwell (OSU)
  20. Carl Etling
  21. Cherokee GMA
  22. Chickasha (Chickasha)
  23. Chimney Rock/W.R. Holway
  24. Chouteau
  25. Clear Creek (Duncan)
  26. Comanche
  27. Cookson WMA
  28. Copan
  29. Crowder (Washita County)
  30. Cushing
  31. Dahlgren
  32. Dripping Springs
  33. Duncan (Duncan)
  34. Durant (Durant)
  35. El Reno (El Reno)
  36. Ellis County WMA
  37. Ellsworth (Lawton)
  38. Elmer
  39. Elmer Thomas (Wichita Mountains NWR)
  40. Eucha (Tulsa)
  41. Eufaula
  42. Evans Chambers
  43. Flint Creek (upper Illinois River)
  44. Fort Cobb
  45. Fort Gibson
  46. Foss
  47. Frederick (Frederick)
  48. Fuqua (Duncan)
  49. Glover River
  50. Grand
  51. Great Salt Plains
  52. Greenleaf
  53. Guthrie (Guthrie)
  54. Hefner (Oklahoma City)
  55. Heyburn
  56. Holdenville (Holdenville)
  57. Honobia and Three Rivers WMAs
  58. Hudson
  59. Hugo
  60. Hulah
  61. Humphreys (Duncan)
  62. Jap Beaver
  63. Jean Neustadt (Ardmore)
  64. Kaw
  65. Keystone
  66. Konawa
  67. Lake of the Arbuckles
  68. Langston (Langston)
  69. Lawtonka (Lawton)
  70. Lee’s Creek
  71. Liberty (Guthrie)
  72. Lone Chimney (Tri-County Dev. Auth.)
  73. Longmire (Pauls Valley)
  74. McAlester (McAlester)
  75. McGee Creek
  76. McMurtry (Stillwater)
  77. Meeker (Meeker)
  78. Mountain Lake (Ardmore)
  79. Murray
  80. Nanih Waiya
  81. Newt Graham
  82. Okemah (Okemah)
  83. Okmulgee
  84. Oologah
  85. Optima
  86. Overholser (Oklahoma City)
  87. Ozzie Cobb
  88. Pauls Valley (Pauls Valley)
  89. Pawhuska
  90. Perry
  91. Pine Creek
  92. Ponca (Ponca City)
  93. Prague
  94. Raymond Gary
  95. Robbers Cave WMA
  96. Robert S. Kerr
  97. Rocky (Hobart)
  98. Sahoma (Sapulpa)
  99. Sardis
  100. Schooler
  101. Scott King (Ardmore)
  102. Shawnee Twin 1 & 2 (Shawnee)
  103. Skiatook
  104. Sooner
  105. Spavinaw (Tulsa)
  106. Stanley Draper (Oklahoma City)
  107. Stroud (Stroud)
  108. Sunset (Guymon)
  109. Taft
  110. Talawanda 1 & 2 (McAlester)
  111. Tenkiller Ferry
  112. Texoma
  113. Thunderbird
  114. Tom Steed
  115. Vanderwork
  116. Vincent
  117. W.D. Mayo
  118. Watonga
  119. Waurika
  120. Wayne Wallace
  121. Wes Watkins (Pott. County Dev. Auth.)
  122. Wewoka
  123. Wintersmith Park (Ada)
  124. Wister
  125. Yahola

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