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Oklahoma weekly fishing report
By Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
Feb 7, 2019
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Central 

Dolese: February 4. Elevation normal, water 45 and murky. Trout good on in-line spinnerbaits, orange, orange glitter, yellow, chartreuse and peach PowerBait and salmon eggs around points and shorelines. Anglers are catching trout on north bank and northwest corner of the lake. Report submitted by Bob Martin, Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation. 

Northeast 

Greenleaf: February 1. Elevation normal, water 48 and clear. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass fair on bill baits, buzz baits, crankbaits, in-line spinnerbaits, jerk baits, plastic baits and spinnerbaits around brush structure, channels, in coves, points and standing timber. Crappie fair on hair jigs, jigs, minnow and tube jigs around brush structure, in coves, creek channels, standing timber and weed beds. Channel, blue and flathead catfish good on cut bait and live shad along channels, in coves, creek channels, flats and shallows. Report submitted by Lark Wilson, game warden stationed in Muskogee County.

Kaw: February 5. Elevation above normal, water upper 30s and stained. Paddlefish good snagging below the dam. Blue catfish slow on cut bait and shad below the dam. The guys catfishing in the lake are not catching much. Crappie are holding off of ledges and drop-offs out of the current when water is released. Crappie are best on minnows but jigs are producing a lot of smaller fish. Report submitted by Spencer Grace, game warden stationed in Kay County. 

Keystone: January 31. Elevation above normal, water murky. Blue catfish good on cut bait below the dam. Crappie good on minnows and jigs around brush structure and docks. Report submitted by Karlin Bailey, game warden stationed in Creek County. 

Lower Illinois: February 1. Elevation normal, water 45 and clear. Trout good on hair jigs, nymphs, PowerBait and worms below the dam, along channels and rocks. Report submitted by Jeremy Bersche, game warden stationed in Sequoyah County. 

McMurtry: February 4. Elevation above normal, water 36 and semi-clear. Largemouth bass slow on crankbaits, plastic worms and grubs around brush piles, vegetation and creek channels. Saugeye slow on crankbaits and worms in the main lake, dam and docks. Crappie fair on minnows, jigs and PowerBait around docks, cedar brush piles and dam. Report submitted by Jared Avilez. 

Perry CCC: February 3. Elevation normal, water murky. Trout good on hair jigs, PowerBait and salmon eggs in coves and along shorelines. Report submitted by Stephen Paul, game warden stationed in Noble County. 

Sooner: February 3. Elevation normal, water murky. Striped bass hybrids fair on live shad in the main lake. Largemouth bass slow on plastic baits around brush structure and weed beds. Saugeye slow on crankbaits in the main lake. Report submitted by Stephen Paul, game warden stationed in Noble County. 

Webbers Falls: February 1. Elevation above normal, water 47 and murky. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass fair on bill baits, buzz baits, in-line spinnerbaits, jerk baits, plastic baits and spinnerbaits around brush structure, channels, creek channels, docks, points, riprap, shorelines and standing timber. Crappie fair on minnows, jigs and tube jigs around brush structure, channels, in coves, creek channels, standing timber and on bottom under bridges. Blue, channel and flathead catfish goo don cut bait and live shad drifting on bottom along channels, creek channels, riprap, river channel and shallows. Report submitted by Lark Wilson, game warden stationed in Muskogee County. 

Northwest 

Canton: February 4. Elevation above normal, water clear. Walleye fair on jigs and slabs along spillway. Report submitted by Mark Walker, game warden stationed in Blaine County. 

Ft. Supply: February 4. Elevation normal, water clear. White bass good on jigs along the dam. Report submitted by Mark Reichenberger, game warden stationed in Woodward County. 

Foss: February 4. Elevation normal with gates closed, water 40s and clear. Striped bass hybrids slow to fair on slabs in deep water. Walleye slow on worms. Crappie slow on jigs around marina. Catfish slow. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House. 

Southeast 

Arbuckle: February 2. Elevation normal, water 44 and clear. Bass fair on Alabama rigs and bass jigs. Crappie and white bass being caught on CC spoons and jigs at 35-55 ft. along drop-offs. Most of the crappie being caught are over the 10 inch length limit. Report submitted by Jack Melton. 

Blue River: February 5. Elevation normal, water 50 and clear. Trout excellent on caddis flies, in-line spinnerbaits, zebra midges, nymphs, yellow garlic scented PowerBait, woolly buggers and spoons around rocks and deeper water around current and below riffles. Channel catfish fair around brush structure, channels and deeper pools. Stocked approximately 2,000 rainbow trout on February 5. Report submitted by Matt Gamble, biologist at the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. 

Broken Bow: February 1. Elevation above normal, water 51. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass goo don bill baits, crankbaits and jigs around brush structure and points. Walleye fair on grubs and rogues along river channel and river mouth. Blue catfish good on juglines baited with cut bait, live bait and shad in the main lake and around points. Report submitted by Dru Polk, game warden stationed in McCurtain County. 

Eufaula: February 1. Elevation above normal, water murky. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass fair on crankbaits and plastic baits around brush structure and standing timber. Blue and channel catfish good on shad along channels, creek channels, main lake and tailwater. White bass fair on jigs, sassy shad, small lures and spinnerbaits along discharge, spillway and tailwater. Report submitted by Jake Bersche, game warden stationed in McIntosh County. 

Hugo: February 1. Elevation above normal, water 48 and murky. Blue and channel catfish fair on cut bait, dough bait, live bait and shad below the dam, main lake and river channel. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs below the dam, around brush structure, creek channels, main lake, river channel and standing timber. Report submitted by Andrew Potter, game warden stationed in Choctaw County. 

Konawa: January 31. Elevation normal, water 40 and murky. Largemouth bass fair on Alabama rigs, crankbaits, jerk baits and plastic baits in the main lake, around points and river channel. Striped bass hybrids and white bass slow on Alabama rigs, crankbaits and live shad in coves, main lake and river channel. Channel catfish fair on chicken liver and cut bait in coves, riprap and weed beds. Report submitted by Garret Harley, game warden stationed in Seminole County. 

Lower Mountain Fork: February 1. Elevation normal, water clear. Trout excellent on caddis flies, tube jigs and salmon eggs below the dam, along channels and spillway. Report submitted by Mark Hannah, game warden stationed in McCurtain County. 

McGee Creek: February 1. Elevation normal, water 52. Largemouth and spotted bass fair on flukes, jerk baits and plastic baits along channels, points and rocks. Crappie and white bass slow on minnows along river channel and standing timber. Report submitted by Jay Harvey, game warden stationed in Atoka County. 

Pine Creek: February 1. Elevation normal, water clear. Largemouth bass good on spoons along creek channels. Crappie excellent on jigs and spoons around brush structure, channels and points. Channel catfish fair on cut bait along the river channel. Report submitted by Mark Hannah, game warden stationed in McCurtain County. 

Robert S. Kerr: February 1. Elevation normal, water murky. Crappie good on minnows and jigs along creek channels, inlet and mouth of Big Sanbios Creek. Blue and channel catfish good on cut bait, dough bait, shad and stinkbait along river channel and river mouth. Report submitted by Allen Couch, game warden stationed in Haskell County. 

Texoma: February 1. Elevation normal, water 43 and murky. The lake is getting back to normal levels which should make the striper fishing more predictable. Dead-sticking is still best method for striper colors include pink, white and glitter/white. Locate schools on electronics and suspend baits at appropriate depth. Striped bass good on Alabama rigs, flukes and sassy shad below the dam and main lake. Blue catfish fair on cut bait and shad below the dam, main lake and river mouth.

Brian Flynn, of the Kansas City Royals, enjoying a day of striped bass fishing at Lake Texoma.

Crappie fair on jigs and live bait around brush structure and docks. Crappie holding at 20-30 ft. off of bridge structures and docks best colors are orange and pink. Report submitted by Trey Hale, game warden stationed in Bryan County. 

Wister: February 2. Elevation above normal, water cloudy. Largemouth and spotted bass slow on bill baits, plastic baits and spinnerbaits around brush structure, channels and points. Blue, channel and flathead catfish fair on chicken liver, cut bait, punch bait, shad and stinkbait below the dam, along channels, main lake and points. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around brush structure, channels and standing timber. Report submitted by Thomas Gillham, game warden stationed in LeFlore County. 

Southwest 

Ft. Cobb: February 5. Elevation normal, water 40s and clear. Crappie good on grubs, minnows and jigs around brush structure and docks. Crappie are hitting hard at dusk. Report submitted by Brayden Hicks, game warden stationed in Caddo County. 

Waurika: February 1. Elevation normal, water 49 and murky. White, largemouth and smallmouth bass fair on small lures, spinnerbaits and spoons below the dam and spillway. Blue and channel catfish fair on cut bait, dough bait, punch bait and stinkbait around brush structure, docks and main lake. Report submitted by Matt Farris, game warden stationed in Jefferson County.