Oklahoma Fishers

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Hawk Nasty, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. Trying to find some fellow fishing enthusiasts in the greater okc area. Looking for a possible fishing buddy. Where are you!!Sent from my DROID RAZR using Grasscity Forum mobile app
  2. What kinda fish you fish for? I'm near Edmond Sent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
  3. Whatever in these lakes. I'm obviously interested in some catfish, cause fried catfish is bomb. Does Lake Arcadia have bass? Sent from my DROID RAZR using Grasscity Forum mobile app
  4. I'm not sure. I do mostly creek fishing around the Edmond area for catfish, haven't really been to any lakes, but I'd definitely like to try. And yes! Who dosnt like catfish?! That's mainly what I fish for. Some of these creeks I fish in have been known to produce catfish that are 10+ lbs Sent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
  5. That would be awesome. My car just died on me so my spare time will be spent diagnosing and fixing it, then when I get my fishing license I'll message you. Sent from my DROID RAZR using Grasscity Forum mobile app
  6. I Live in Seminole, Oklahoma lol.. i go to Shawnee a lot when i hangout with friends we fish everyday during the summer if your ever down by Shawnee hit me up we river fish pond fish all that good shit and of course baked as fuck when we do.
    This summer me and a friend are planning a trip to keystone by tulsa were going to stay a few nights and get hella high maybe you could come? lol.
  7. Around June or so is when the okie noodling championship is over at Pauls valley. That's a pretty fun event to check out. Make your way down to the SE and catch you a state record bass out of cedar lake (more like a pond). Also wister and Sardis lake are pretty good about some catfishing.
  8. IF you were around Lawton, OK I would say got to lake lawtonca or apache creek, or Waurika lake around Waurika.  Great catfishing at all those places along with crappie fishing.  Apache Creek is also a great place to go noodling at.  They do a lot of tv shows of noodling there too.
  9. Hawk to answer your question, yes Arcadia does have bass; largemouth, striped, spotted and supposedly small mouths too (though I've never caught one there). But the white bass are probably the best there IMHO. It's a good crappie lake too but it really shines as a catfish lake mostly, especially blue cats. However, I DO NOT recommend eating any of the fish out of that lake since the deep fork drains into it and there were a couple of pig farms there before they created the lake. I practice catch and release mostly and it's a good lake for that and very convenient if you live in Edmond like I do. Hit me up if you wanna check it out or do some pond fishing this spring.

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