Oologah Lake Fish Species

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Common Questions


Can you fish in Oologah Lake?

With 29,000 surface acres and over 200 miles of shoreline, Oologah Lake is a fisherman's dream. There are more than a dozen boat ramps located around the lake to make accessing the water easy and the lake's healthy fish population makes it a popular fishing destination in northeast Oklahoma.


Where is the best place to fish at Oologah Lake?

One of the most popular places is the rock quarry pit at Hawthorn Bluff campground and fishing area. Other popular crappie spots are the fishing docks at the campgrounds around the lake and brush piles located all over Oologah Lake. There are many opportunities to catch crappie from the shore during the spawn.


What is the best fish to catch in Oklahoma?

Largemouth bass are by far the state's most popular species of game fish, and several lakes in Oklahoma offer trophy-sized smallmouth and spotted bass. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) manages for better bass fishing opportunities across the state.


One of the most popular places is the rock quarry pit at Hawthorn Bluff campground and fishing area. Other popular crappie spots are the fishing docks at the campgrounds around the lake and brush piles located all over Oologah Lake. There are many opportunities to catch crappie from the shore during the spawn.

A Slabbin Mike’s Crappie Fishing and Guide Service Fishing Guide targets the top Oologah Lake Fish species including Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish & Striped Bass. We primarily Fish the Tulsa, Oologah Lake.