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American Horse:

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 148 fish per hour with 12% over 14 inches long and largest 3.8 pounds. 

Water: Clear, Elevation 3 foot below normal , 65

Black Bass: good in off points on plastic worms and crankbaits

Hybrids: no report

Sand Bass: no report

Crappie: good using minnows

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: fair drifting over water islands using Sooner Sidewinder

Catfish: good on stinkbaits and cutbait

 

Canton:                                                                 (580) 886-2989

Water: Elevation 1 1/2 ft below normal, water clear 68

Black Bass: Slow on rattletraps and Carolina rigs

Hybrids: good drifting shad and slabs.

Sand Bass: good drifting shad and slabs.

Crappie: fair on minnows and jigs near brush piles at 8-13 ft.. 

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: good drifting night crawlers and trolling crankbaits over submerged islands

Catfish: good along dam early and late.

Sept. 22. Elevation 1 1/2 ft. below normal. White bass and hybrid striped bass fair on drifting shad over underwater islands. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs near brush piles at 8-13 ft. Report submitted by Mark Walker, state game warden stationed in Blaine County

Aug. 19. Elevation 1/2 ft. below normal and clear. White bass and hybrid striped bass fair drifting shad or slabs. Channel catfish good on shad and grasshoppers late in the evening along the north shore. Report submitted by Mark Walker, state game warden stationed in Blaine County

May 27. Elevation 1/2 ft. above normal. Walleye good drifting night crawlers and trolling crankbaits over submerged islands. Channel catfish good along dam early and late. Crappie fair in upper end of lake. White bass and hybrids fair trolling crankbaits or drifting slabs. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden

March 8. Elevation 1/3 ft. above normal. Crappie fair on minnow and jigs near brushpiles. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden

Feb. 17. Elevation 1/2 ft. above normal. Crappie fair near brush piles on minnow or jigs. Channel catfish fair on cut shad. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden.
Jan. 6.
Elevation normal. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs near brushpiles. All other fishing slow. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden

Nov. 5. Elevation normal. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs near brushpiles. White bass and hybrids fair. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden

Oct. 22. Elevation 1 ft. below normal. crappie good on minnows and jigs near brushpiles in 8-13 ft. of water. Channel catfish good on shad and stink bait in upper end of lake. White bass and hybrids good drifting shad and slabs. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden.
Sept. 30.
Elevation 2 ft. below normal. sand bass and hybrids excellent drifting live shad and slabs over submerged islands and drop-offs. Channel catfish good drifting cut shad. Walleye fair drifting shad or slabs. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden.
Sept. 17.
Elevation 1 ft. below normal. Channel catfish good on cut bait and shad. White bass and hybrids good on shad and slabs. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden

OWDC Warden: Mark Walker

 

Daniel Purdum

Ft. Supply:                                                           (580) 766-2701

Water: Elevation  normal, water 69. .

Black Bass: no report

Hybrids: slow on jigs and minnows below the dam.

Sand Bass: slow on spinnerbaits and jigs along the dam

Crappie:  Crappie slow on jigs above the dam

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: slow in stilling basin but most below legal size limit.

Catfish: good on live and cut shad shallow

 Sept. 22. All fishing slow. Report submitted by Mark Reichenberger, state game warden stationed in Harper County.
Aug. 18.
Elevation 1 ft. below normal. All fishing slow. Report submitted by Mark Reichenberger, state game warden stationed in Harper County

May 27. Elevation normal and clear. Channel catfish good on live and cut shad shallow. Reported by game warden Mark Reichenberger

April 1. Elevation normal. White bass fair on spinnerbaits and jigs along the dam. Channel catfish fair on stink baits below the dam. Reported by game warden Mark Reichenberger and submitted by lake manager Ray Kunka

March 4. Elevation slightly above normal, water 42. One gate is open one inch. All fishing is reported as slow. Reported by game warden Mark Reichenberger and submitted by lake manager Ray Kunka

Feb. 18. Elevation normal, water 39 and murky. One gate is open one inch. White bass fishing off the road across face of dam is reported as good on spinners and jigs. Reported by game warden Mark Reichenberger and submitted by lake manager Ray Kunka

Great Salt Plains:                                               (580) 886-2989

Water:  Elevation 4 above normal, water cold and clear and running swift.

Hybrids: good on shad and drifting minnows and shad

Sand Bass: 

Crappie: Slow 

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: good. Fish are being caught at spillway all 3 weirs: behind the spillway basin, Coonhollar; Fish being caught on bottom fishing, and other top water lures. Baits are worms, lures, shad guts, shad sides, and fresh shad

Catfish: being caught are nice pan size up to 5 lbs. Fish are being caught in the spillway, all 3 wiers and behind the dam, river fishing is very slow but some are being caught at 4-8 ft. Best bait is worms, shad guts, fresh shad and cut up carp. Cottonwood Point a little slow at first but fishing picked up in late afternoons.

Noodling

Aug. 15. Elevation below normal. Flathead catfish good. Report submitted by Mark Stevens, Fishermen # 1 Stop.
Aug. 15.
Elevation below normal. Flathead catfish good. Report submitted by Mark Stevens, Fishermen # 1 Stop.
May 20.
Elevation 4 above normal, water cold and clear and running swift. Fishing at coon hollar has seen action early mornings and late evenings; cotton wood point pole action decent and trotlines are doing fair; jet landing is great; along the river is doing good; lake good trolling. Best bait are shad guts, crawdads, worms, cut up carp, gold fish, sunfish and stinkbait. Fish being caught on top water and level down to 5ft bottom fishing. Report submitted by Mark Stevens, Fishermen # 1 Stop

March 31. Water is cold and running fast. Flathead and channel catfish good. Blue and mud catfish slow. Gar, hybrids, drum, carp, and
saugeye are slow. Catfish being caught are nice pan size up to 5 lbs. Fish are being caught in the spillway, all 3 wiers and behind the dam, river fishing is very slow but some are being caught at 4-8 ft. Best bait is worms, shad guts, fresh shad and cut up carp. Cottonwood Point a little slow at first but fishing picked up in late afternoons. All fishing areas are accessible. Report submitted by Mark Stevens, Fishermen # 1 Stop

March 10.
Water cold and murky. Blue and channel catfish good. Flathead and mud catfish, carp, drum and white bass slow. Saugeye good. Fish are being caught at spillway all 3 weirs: behind the spillway basin, Coonhollar; Fish being caught on bottom fishing, and other top water lures. Baits are worms, lures, shad guts, shad sides, and fresh shad. Coonhollar good early evening on channel cat. All fishing areas are accessible. Report submitted by Mark Stevens, Fishermen # 1 Stop.
Feb. 18.
Water cold and murky. Blue catfish good. Saugeye good. All other species of fish in this lake is very slow. Trout liners are starting to haul in fish ranging from 6 lbs on up to 15 lbs. All fishing areas are accessible so come on out. Depth caught fish range from 4ft to bottom fishing. Bait worms, lures, and shad. Report submitted by Mark Stevens, Fishermen # 1 Stop.

Lake Evans Chambers:

Water: Clear 

Black Bass: Fair on Spinnerbaits and small plastics

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: 

Crappie:  Good on jigs 16 to 23 ft.

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: 

Catfish:

Lake Elmer:

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 104 fish per hour with 26% over 14 inches long and largest 5.9 pounds. 

Water: Water 80

Black Bass: Good on plastics

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: 

Crappie: fair to good on minnows at 8 feet, brush piles and rip rap.  

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: 

Catfish: Good on prepared baits

No report from Daniel Purdum

Etling:

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 79 fish per hour with 21% over 14 inches long and largest 4.1 pounds. 

No report

 

Lake Vincent:

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 67 fish per hour with 3% over 14 inches long and largest 1.6 pounds. 

Water: Clear 

Black Bass: Slow to Fair on rattletraps weighed 3 foot in front   ????

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: 

Crappie:  

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: 

Catfish:

Sunset:

Water: Clear 

Black Bass: Slow

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: 

Crappie:  

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: 

Catfish:

Watonga:

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 41 fish per hour with 40% over 14 inches long and largest 8.2 pounds. 

No report

 

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