OKLAHOMA FISHING REPORTS
Whether you’re looking to reel in a trophy bass, prize walleye or channel catfish, we have you covered with weekly fishing reports from the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife. Check back often to find out what fish species are biting, what bait to use and where you’ll find the most active fishing spots across Oklahoma lakes.
Arcadia LakeLake Information
White bass are fair on lipless baits and chrome gay blades. Channel and blue catfish are fair on cut bait along Arrowhead Point and riprap. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs around riprap.
Fort Cobb ReservoirLake Information
Crappie are fair around docks on jigs at 8-10 ft. Saugeye are fair at docks and points on live shad. Striped bass hybrids are fair in and around docks, brush structure and coves on live shad and minnows.
Fort Gibson LakeLake Information
Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs at 18 ft. around docks and brush structure. White bass, channel and blue catfish are fair on shad in the river channel and the main lake. Largemouth bass are slow on plastic baits and crankbaits at 15 ft. around brush structure and docks.
Foss LakeLake Information
Striped bass hybrids are fair on slabs in deep water. Walleye are slow on live bait. Crappie are slow on live bait. Catfish are slow.
Kaw LakeLake Information
Crappie are excellent on minnows and jigs at 18 to 25 ft. around brush structure, riprap, water towers and bridges around Kaw City.
Keystone LakeLake Information
Striped and white bass are good on topwater lures around points. Blue catfish are fair on cut bait along channels.
Lake EufaulaLake Information
Largemouth bass are slow. White bass are slow. Blue catfish are fair on shad along shallow flats. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs around boat docks with brush and standing timber.
Lake HefnerLake Information
White bass and striped bass hybrids are good on grubs at 15-25 ft. along riprap and the dam. Walleye are good on jerk bait and grubs at 3-10 ft. along riprap. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs at 15-25 ft. along riprap. Channel catfish are fair on cut bait at 20 ft. along riprap.
Lake of the ArbucklesLake Information
White bass are excellent on chrome CC spoons, slabs, Alabama rigs and crankbaits at 8-45 ft. along creek channels and the main lake. Crappie are fair on jigs, grubs and minnows around brush at 10-45 ft. and on 1/4 oz. CC spoons at 10-45 ft. along drop-offs in creek channels. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass are fair on Alabama rigs, tube jigs, jigs and jerk baits at 5-18 ft. around brush structure, creek channels and rocks.
Lake TenkillerLake Information
Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass are slow on plastic baits and jigs at 10-20 ft. around brush structure and the main lake. Crappie are slow on minnows and tube jigs at 15-20 ft. around brush structure and docks.
Lake TexomaLake Information
Largemouth and smallmouth bass are fair on plastic baits, jigs and crankbaits at 15-20 ft. around points and creek channels. Striped and white bass are fair on sassy shad, slabs and live shad at 15-30 ft. in the main lake and the river channel. Channel and blue catfish are fair on live bait, stinkbait and worms at 10-20 ft. along creek channels, riprap and the main lake. Crappie and sunfish are fair on minnows and tube jigs at 5-10 ft. around docks and brush structure.
Robert S Kerr ReservoirLake Information
Blue, flathead and channel catfish are excellent on cut bait, live bait and chicken liver in the river channel and the main lake. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs around channels and brush structure.
Tom Steed LakeLake Information
Blue and channel catfish are good on cut bait and shad on bottom along flats.
Wes Watkins ReservoirLake Information
Crappie are slow in standing timber on minnows. All other fishing is slow.
Note: The fish selector above only displays species included in recent fishing reports and does not represent all species present in lakes.