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Lake Eufaula - North
North of HWY 9 Bridge
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A343 - 24"x36"
The ODWC stocked significant numbers of walleye fingerling in the late 80's and early 90's. Today, a good number of fish are present. White crappie are plentiful. If you want big ones, head to the Gaines Creek area. All three types of catfish are around too. White bass are extremely abundant and popular with anglers. Good numbers of largemouth bass.
102,200 acres
$9.95
  Lake Eufaula - South
South of HWY 9 Bridge
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A344 - 24"x36"
The ODWC stocked significant numbers of walleye fingerling in the late 80's and early 90's. Today, a good number of fish are present. White crappie are plentiful. If you want big ones, head to the Gaines Creek area. All three types of catfish are around too. White bass are extremely abundant and popular with anglers. Good numbers of largemouth bass.
102,200 acres
$9.95
Fort Gibson Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A345 - 24"x36"
Spotted and largemouth bass are doing extremely well. Excellent size fish. Substantial populations of hybrid stripers and paddlefish. There's more action for white bass, crappie and cats.
19,900 acres
$9.95
  Grand Lake O' The Cherokees
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A346 - 24"x36"
Rated as the second best lake in the state for bass tournament success and number one in average bass weight and winning weight. The largest population of paddlefish in the world swims in this water and attracts people from all over the globe.
46,500 acres
$9.95
Lake Hudson
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A347 - 24"x36"
The number one lake in Oklahoma based on the number of successful anglers & the catch rate for bass over 5lbs. Hudson is well known for providing both excellent numbers & quality-sized black bass. Efforts ongoing to increase the crappie population.
12,000 acres
$8.95
   

Keystone Lake
(Navionics)
PM5092 - 24"x36"

$12.95
Oologah Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A349 - 24"x36"
The warm, fertile waters of Oologah Lake provides ideal growing conditions for channel, blue and flathead catfish. Gamefish also prosper, as previous state record white bass and hybrids were caught in this water. Smallies have a bright future here.
29,500 acres
$9.95
  Skiatook Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A351 - 24"x36"
Best known for its quality largemouth bass and hybrid stripers. Also present, crappie, smallmouth and walleye.
10,500 acres
$9.95
 

Tenkiller Ferry Lake
(Navionics)
PM5152 - 24"x36"
These fertile waters support a diverse and productive fishery considered one of the best in the state. Tons of largemouth with 10-pounders in here. White bass, channel cats and crappie add to the action. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
12,900 acres
$12.95
  Tenkiller Ferry Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A352 - 24"x36"
These fertile waters support a diverse and productive fishery considered one of the best in the state. Tons of largemouth with 10-pounders in here. White bass, channel cats and crappie add to the action.
12,900 acres
$9.95
Lake Texoma
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A353 - 24"x36"
This 50-year old border water reservoir continues to maintain a quality fishery. Stripers dominate the lake and receive nearly 75% of the angling pressure. Largemouth aren't whoppers here, but the numbers make up for it.
89,000 acres
$9.95
    Broken Bow Reservoir
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L702 - 24"x36"
This southeast Oklahoma reservoir is a popular weekend get-away location for people from around OK, AR and TX.  One of the deepest and clearest lakes in Oklahoma the lake is home to strong populations of largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, walleye and crappie.  The opportunities for succesfull fishing are vast on this lake.
$9.95
Lake Thunderbird
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L704 - 24"x36"
Located a short distance from Oklahoma City, anglers can expect to find largemouth bass, catfish, crappie and saugeye throughout the lake.  Lake managers believe that Thunderbird could produce the another state record saugeye in the near future.
$9.95
  Robert S Kerr Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L706 - 24"x36"
Created in 1970, Robert S. Kerr Lake is part of the McCellan-Kerr Waterway.  The lake supports a wide range of fishing and recreational opportunities for people to enjoy.  Anglers can expect to find largemouth bass, striped bass, crappie, walleye and catfish.  The northern portion of the lake is part of the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge.
$9.95