Best Fishing in Oklahoma

This list represents the most popular fishing in Oklahoma. Use this list to plan your next Oklahoma fishing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Lake Eufaula

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    Eufaula, OK

    Short Take: 102,000 acres; three major river tributaries, flooded timber, rocky shoreline, no vegetation. Many of the country’s large impoundments are often described as “two lakes in one,” meaning ...
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    Short Take: 102,000 acres; three major river tributaries, flooded timber, rocky shoreline, no vegetation. Many of the country’s ...

  • #2 Grand Lake O' The Cherokees

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    Grove, OK

    Short Take: 59,200 acres, lower lake is open water with rocks, ledges, and deeper depths; upper lake includes more flats and river-type conditions. Each year the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife ...
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    Short Take: 59,200 acres, lower lake is open water with rocks, ledges, and deeper depths; upper lake includes more flats ...

  • #3 Lake Texoma (TX / OK Border)

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    Kingston, OK

    Short Take: 89,000 acres; fairly deep open water, rocky points and ridges, several large tributaries, little shoreline cover, no vegetation. Jim Morton has fished Lake Texoma literally hundreds ...
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    Short Take: 89,000 acres; fairly deep open water, rocky points and ridges, several large tributaries, little shoreline cover, ...