Northeastern Oklahoma lakes offer plenty of fishing opportunities near outdoor recreation adventures and amazing restaurants. Cast a line on the Oklahoma Fishing Trail’s Northeastern Loop in search of several bass species, crappie, catfish and paddlefish, and discover bonus attractions along the way.
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Each Oklahoma Fishing Trail loop includes a unique variety of fish to find. Anglers searching for the ever-elusive paddlefish are invited to start off their Northeastern Loop experience at Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, the Neosho and Grand rivers before heading over to Lake Hudson and Spavinaw Lake in search of largemouth bass. Skiatook Lake grants anglers plenty of potential for reeling in smallmouth bass and hybrid striped bass, while crappie is the main specialty at Lake Eufaula and Lake Tenkiller. For hotspots teeming with catfish, bring a boat out on Keystone Lake and Oologah Lake.
While on your fishing adventure, be sure to refuel and take in the town when you can. Each lake is located by prime lodging options, local restaurants and must-see museums. Stop by the nearby bait shops and marinas, or team up with a fishing guide service for a full fishing tour.