Oologah Lake isn’t the most famous fishing hole in Oklahoma. But it’s a great spot near Tulsa to catch a mess of largemouth and white bass, catfish, crappie and more.
Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees (Grand Lake for short) is simply one of the biggest and best fishing holes in Oklahoma. It’s famous for bass, catfish, crappie, paddlefish and more.
From the Arkansas River flowing across the northern border down to Lake Texoma along the Texas line, Oklahoma is chock full of great striped bass and hybrid striper fishing.
You likely can catch white bass in almost every river or reservoir of size in Oklahoma. But if you really want to catch sand bass, check out these top-ranked fishing spots.
If you fish in Oklahoma, you probably already know at least a little something about catfish fishing. But do you know the very places to catch them? No worries, we’ll show you.