Oklahoma Weekly Fishing Report – North Texas ENews

Oklahoma Weekly Fishing Report – North Texas ENews

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Edwards Park: January 31. Elevation is 2 feet below normal and rising, water temperature is 50°F and dark. Rainbow trout are being shown on inline spinnerbaits, PowerBait, sassy shad, and tube jigs around points, beaches and spillways. Report submitted by Keith Thomas, fisheries biologist.

Route 66 Park: January 31. The elevation is normal and stable, and the water temperature is 50°F and turbid. Rainbow Trout fair on PowerBait, and others around docks, points, and beaches. Report submitted by Keith Thomas, fisheries biologist.

the Northeast

Fort Gibson: February 4. Elevation is 1.5 feet above normal and low, water temperature is 44°F and stained. (USACE Lake Level) Crappie fair on hair jigs, minnows, and tubes around brush structure, docks, and the main lake. Blue catfish are good on cut bait and shad around channels, main lake and points. Paddlefish slowly tumble down the dam. Report submitted by Cody Morris, a game warden stationed in Wagoner County.

green leaf: February 3. The elevation is normal and stable, and the water temperature is 42°F and clear. Largemouth bass are fair on Alabama rigs, crankbaits, jerk baits, and plastic baits around docks, points, rocks, shorelines, and weed beds. Channel catfish are offering chicken livers, cut bait and worms around the docks, main lake and points. Crappie are good on jigs, minnows, and slabs around brush structure and docks. Report submitted by Dylan Langford, a game warden stationed in Muscogee County.

Kao: February 4. Elevation is 2 feet above normal and stable, water temperature is 40°F and stained. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Hybrid striped bass and slow white bass on Alabama rigs, crankbaits, hair jigs, jigs, and shad below the dam, points, and riprap. Paddlefish are good on the rip below the dam and main lake. Crappie are good on jigs, minnows, and tube jigs around brush structure and standing timber. Report submitted by Spencer Grace, game warden stationed in Kay County.

Keystone: February 4. Elevation is 4 feet above normal and high, water temperature is 40 degrees F and dark. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Crappie are good on jigs, minnows, and plastic baits around docks. Blue, green and redgill sunfish are good on jigs, minnows and worms around brush structure and docks. Report submitted by Billy Johnson, game warden stationed in Creek County.

Lower Illinois: February 2. Elevation is 9 feet above normal and stable, water temperature is 44°F and clear. View rainbow trout on caddis flies, inline spinnerbaits, and PowerBait. Comments: The best area is below the dam. It currently releases 1920 cfs. Report submitted by Brick Henry, a game warden stationed in Sequoyah County.

Oluga: February 4. Elevation is 1 foot above normal and stable, water temperature is 40°F and clear. Crappie are good on jigs and fish around the channels, main lake and riprap. Blue catfish are good on cut bait and live under the dam. Report submitted by J.D. Stover, game warden stationed in Rogers County.

Perry CCC: February 4. Elevation is 1 foot above normal and falling, water temperature is 35°F and stained. Rainbow trout are good on dough baits, spinnerbaits, PowerBait, and small jigs around the coves, dams, and flats. Report submitted by Stephen Ball, a game warden stationed in Noble County.

Tinkiller: February 4. Elevation is 1 foot above normal and stable, water temperature is 40°F and stained. (USACE Lake Level) Largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass are being offered on crankbaits, jigs, and plastic baits around brush structure, channels, and shorelines. Blue, channel and flat catfish are slow on chicken livers, cut bait, live shad and sunfish around the channels and main lake. Crappie are showing up on walleyes, minnows, and worms around the brush structure and main lake. Report submitted by Cody Youngblood, a game warden stationed in Cherokee County.

Highlights Falls: February 3. Elevation is normal and stable, water temperature is 42°F and stained. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Striped and white bass are being shown on jerk baits, jigs, plastic baits, and shad below the dam, river channel, river mouth, and tailwaters. Blue and flathead catfish are being caught on cut bait, live bait, and shad below the dam, points, river channel, and estuary. Crappie are good on jigs, minnows, slabs, and tube jigs around brush structure, creek channels, and rips. Report submitted by Dylan Langford, a game warden stationed in Muscogee County.

southeast

Blue river: February 4. Elevation is normal and stable, water temperature is 48°F and stained. (USGS Lake Level) Rainbow Trout are excellent on caddis flies, crankbaits, in-line spinnerbaits, rigs, PowerBait, spoons, and worms around brush structure, channels, and rocks. Report submitted by Ethan Lovelace, Blue River Public Hunting and Fishing Area biologist.

Broken bow: February 4. Elevation is 2 feet above normal and high, water temperature is 50°F and clear. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass are good on billbaits, crankbaits, flukes, and spoons around brush structure, creek channels, main lake, points, and standing timber. Crappie are good on grubs, hairtails, and minnows around brush structure, main lake, points, and standing timber. Report submitted by Drew Polk, game warden stationed in McCurtin County.

Eufaula: February 2. Elevation is 1 foot below normal and stable, water temperature is 40°F and stained. (USACE Lake Level) Largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass fair on crankbaits, flukes, jerk baits, jigs, and plastic baits around channels, points, and riprap. Blue, channel, and flathead catfish are good on cut bait, live bait, live shad, and shad around channels, river channel, and estuary. Crappie are fair on hair jigs, minnows, and spoons around channels, docks, and rocks. Report submitted by Jake Rowland, a game warden stationed in McIntosh County.

Hugo: February 2. The elevation is 1 foot above normal and the water temperature is 41 degrees F and turbid. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Blue catfish, channel, flathead good on chicken liver, cut bait, dough bait, live bait, holebait, shad, stinkbait, sunfish below dam, brush structure, channels, creek channels, main lake , river channel, beaches and standing timber. Crappie fair on jigs and minnows below the dam, brush structure, channels, main lake, river channel, and standing timber. Report submitted by Andrew Potter, game warden stationed in Choctaw County.

burning: February 3. The elevation is normal and stable, and the water temperature is 45°F and clear. Largemouth bass are fair on Alabama rigs, crankbaits, and plastic baits around the main lake, points, river channel, and weed beds. Hybrid striped bass and white bass are slow on Alabama rigs, crankbaits, and live shad around the coves, dump, main lake, and river channel. Channel catfish are placed on chicken livers and cut bait around the places of discharge, entrance, rips and weeds. Report submitted by Garrett Harley, a game warden stationed in Seminole County.

Lower mountain fork: February 4. The elevation is normal and stable, and the water temperature is 46°F and clear. Rainbow trout are good on small baits, tube rigs, and worms at the bottom of the dam, creek channels, and spillways. Report submitted by Mark Hanna, a game warden stationed in McCurtin County.

McGee Creek: February 2. Elevation is 1 foot above normal and high, water temperature is 42°F and stained. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) White bass are excellent on bill baits, crankbaits, jerk baits, and jigs around the main lake, points, and rocks. Largemouth and spotted bass are fair on Alabama rigs, billbaits, crankbaits, jerk baits, jigs, and plastic baits around the brush structure, main lake, points, and sandbar. Channel and flathead catfish are slow to eat cut bait, shad, shrimp and stinkbait around the channels, dam and main lake. Report submitted by Shay Loudermilk, a game warden stationed in Atoka County.

Pine Creek: February 2. Elevation is 5 feet above normal and low, water temperature is 49°F and turbid. (USACE Lake Level) Crappie are good on jigs around the creek channels. Largemouth bass are fair on crankbaits around the creek channels. Channel catfish are good on chicken livers around the main lake. Report submitted by Mark Hanna, a game warden stationed in McCurtin County.

Robert S. Care: February 2. The elevation is normal and stable, and the water temperature is 45°F and turbid. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Blue, channel and flathead catfish are good on chicken livers, cut bait, minnows, shad, sunfish and worms below the dam, main lake and river channel. Crappie are good on hair jigs, jigs and minnows below the dam, canals, creek channels and river channel. Largemouth bass and spotted bass are being shown on crankbaits and plastic baits around brush structure, channels and points. Report submitted by Logan Shimp, game warden stationed in Haskell County.

Sardis: February 2. Elevation is above normal and stable, water temperature is 40°F and stained. (USACE LAKE LEVEL) Big bass are slow on crankbaits, lipless baits, plastic baits, and spinnerbaits around brush structure, channels, and points. Blue, channel and flathead catfish are showing up on cut bait, shad, sunfish and worms around brush structure, channels, main lake, points and standing timber. Crappie are being shown on jigs, minnows, and tube jigs around brush structure, channels, points, and standing timber. Report submitted by Thomas Gilham, game warden stationed in Pushmataha District.

Texas: February 4. The elevation is normal and stable, and the water temperature is 50 degrees F and clear. (USACE Lake Level) Striped bass are showing on fluke, live shad, and shad around channels, flats, main lake, points, and river channel. Blue, channel, and flathead catfish are found on chicken livers, cut bait, dough bait, live bait, hole bait, and stinkbait around canals, bays, docks, and estuaries. Crappie are fair on caddis flies, hair jigs, jigs, and minnows around brush structure, docks, points, and standing timber. Comments: The fishing this week was good. Stryper is caught dead attached to an unknown rude shad. Catfish are good in direct shade on seam lines near channels. Crappie are good on hard baited jigs near brush piles around docks and open water. Report submitted by Garrett Beam, game warden stationed in Bryan County.

Wester: February 2. Elevation is 1 foot above normal and stable, water temperature is 45°F and stained. (Current Lake Level at USACE) Largemouth bass are slowing down on jerk baits and jigs around brush structure, creek channels, and river channel. Blue and catfish are good on cut bait, wuss and shad around the main lake. Crappie are good on jigs, and small fish around brush structure, main lake, and river channel. Report submitted by James Williams, game warden stationed in Le Flore County.

Southwest

value: February 4. Elevation is 4 feet below normal and stable, water temperature is 47°F and turbid. Bass, Largemouth, and Crappie are slow to use crankbaits, hair jigs, lipless baits, plastic baits, PowerBait, minnows, and tube jigs around brush structure, docks, main lake, points, and weed beds. Hybrid striped bass, white bass, and sauji are on crankbaits, lipless baits, live shad, minnows, and small lures around the main lake, points, and rocks. Blue catfish and channel fish are good on chicken livers, cut bait, dough bait, minnows, fluke bait, stink bait, and worms around the creek channels, main lake, and rocks. Report submitted by Tucker Clemm, game warden stationed in Jefferson County.

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