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 Lake

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Crappie are fair on jigs and niblets at 12-16 ft. Channel catfish are fair on cut shad and nightcrawlers on bottom. Blue catfish are fair on cut shad on bottom.

Fort Gibson Lake

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Blue, channel and flathead catfish are fair on cut bait and shad in the river channel and main lake. Crappie are slow on minnows and lipless baits at 20-25 ft. around docks and brush structure. Paddlefish are slow at 28 ft. in the river channel.

Grand Lake O' The Cherokees

Lake Information
January 14, 2015 Update

Crappie are good on minnows and jigs at 20-30 ft. around brush structure and docks. Paddlefish are fair along flats and the main lake. Blue catfish are fair on cut bait and chicken liver and cut bait along flats.

Kaw Lake

Lake Information
January 14, 2015 Update

Blue catfish are good on cut shad. Crappie are good on jigs at 25 ft. around submerged brush and structure. All other fishing is slow.

Keystone Lake

Lake Information
January 14, 2015 Update

Blue catfish are excellent on cut bait along channels. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs around brush structure.

Lake Eufaula

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Crappie are fair around boat docks with brush. All other fishing is slow.

Lake Hefner

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Crappie are good on jigs in chartreuse, pink and orange at 25-35 ft. along riprap and the dam. Largemouth bass are slow on jigs at 15-25 ft. along riprap. Channel and blue catfish are fair on cut bait at 30 ft. along riprap. White bass and striped bass hybrids are fair on jigs and grubs at 25-30 ft. along riprap.

Lake of the Arbuckles

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass are slow on Alabama rigs and crankbaits fished slowly at 15-55 ft. along creek channels, weed beds and rocks. White bass, crappie and jigs are good on spoons, slabs, hair jigs and sassy shad at 15-65 ft. along creek channels, the main lake and rocks; follow the gulls and use electronics.

Lake Tenkiller

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass are slow on plastic baits and crankbaits around brush structure, the main lake and points. Crappie are slow on jigs at 25-40 ft. in the main lake and around brush structure.

Lake Texoma

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Largemouth and smallmouth bass are fair on jigs, plastic baits and combination baits at 10-20 ft. along creek channels and points. Striped and white bass are good on live shad, slabs and sassy shad at 10-30 ft. along river channels and coves. Channel and blue catfish are fair on live shad, stinkbait and cut bait at 10-20 ft. along creek channels, the main lake and riprap. Crappie and sunfish are fair on tube jigs, minnows and small lures at 10-15 ft. around docks, brush structure and creek channels.

Robert S Kerr Reservoir

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs along the river channel and brush structure. Largemouth bass are fair on crankbaits and suspended jerk baits at 10 ft. in the main lake and rocks. Blue and channel catfish are slow on cut shad along flats.

Tom Steed Lake

Lake Information
January 21, 2015 Update

Blue and channel catfish are slow on cut bait and shad on bottom along flats.

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