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Altus-Lugert: 

 LOW WATER....Boat ramps on the south end and the Hicks mountain area can be used for launching. Boaters use caution on extreme southern end of lake, underwater hazards are just below the water surface, rubble and old foundations are scattered in that area..                                 

  (580) 563-2238

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 54 fish per hour with 20% over 14 inches long and largest 7.9 pounds

Water:  Elevation 30 ft. below normal, water 39 and clearing Boats can be launched at Hicks Mountain ramp and the ramp on the southern end of the lake, underwater hazard are present on the extreme southern portion of the lake

Black Bass: slow

Hybrids: slow in the same areas, a few large hybrids are being caught below the W.C. Austin dam.

Sand Bass: slow

Crappie: slow near rocky shoreline around brush on jigs and minnows

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: slow trolling shad raps around Hicks Mountain

Catfish: fair using shad gizzards on the north end of the lake

Rainbow trout fair below dam, fair on corn, power bait and minnows

The Hines Boys!

Dee, Steve and Scott with some of the 15 pound Hybrids caught on Sooner Slab June 1st at Altus-Lugert!


ANDRE CHAVIS

lands this 16LB AND 17OZ!!!! Hybrid on Altus Lugert


 Feb. 1. Elevation 30 ft. below normal, water 40 and clear. Crappie slow around brush piles, a few small fish being caught on jigs and minnows. Catfish good on shad gizzards in narrows under high lines. Rainbow trout below dam fair to good early in the morning on minnows, power bait and corn. All other fishing slow. Boaters exercise caution on extreme south portions of the lake, unmarked underwater hazards are just below the water surface. hicks mountain boat ramp and the boat ramp at the south end are safe to unload. Report submitted by Jim Beavers

Oct. 27. Elevation 25 ft. below normal. Fishing is slow in Altus-Lugert due to low water conditions. This lake is an irrigation lake and has been in drought for the last five years. There is no ramp access. A small portion of the lake is accessible by foot across the deep silt. Report submitted by Dane Polk, state game warden stationed in Greer County

Aug 20th All fishing slow due to low water conditions. Report submitted by Dane Polk, state game warden stationed in Greer County.
June 3.
Elevation low, water clear. Sandbass good on minnows and jigs, 2-3 feet from bottom. Report submitted by Dane Polk, Greer County Game Warden.

May 27. Elevation 13 ft. below normal and water 69. White bass fair using minnows sandy beaches and points, catfish fair using shad gizzards and cut bait. Walleye good using road runners around the rocks at the lodge. Hybrids slow. Boats can be launched at hicks mountain or the south boat ramp Report submitted by Jim Beavers.


May 27.
Elevation 13 ft. below normal and water 69. White bass fair using minnows sandy beaches and points, catfish fair using shad gizzards and cut bait. Walleye good using road runners around the rocks at the lodge. Hybrids slow. Boats can be launched at hicks mountain or the south boat ramp Report submitted by Jim Beavers.

May 27.
Elevation below normal and clear. White bass good on minnows and jigs. Report submitted by Dane Polk, Greer County Game Warden
April 28.
Elevation 15 ft. below normal, water 63 and clearing. Crappie good near rocky shoreline around brush on jigs and minnows. White bass good drifting minnows around Low Miller Area at 8-12 ft. Hybrids fair in the same areas, a few large hybrids are being caught below the W.C. Austin dam. Walleye good trolling shad raps around Hicks Mountain. Boats can be launched at the Hicks Mountain Ramp and the southern boat ramp, underwater hazards present on extreme south end of the lake. Report submitted by Jim Beavers

April 16. Elevation 19 ft. below normal, water 60 and clearing. White bass fair trolling with crankbaits; crappie fair around brush piles and rocks using minnows and jigs; hybrids being caught on minnows around sandy beaches; walleye fair late in the evenings using curly tails around rocks in the narrows; catfish fair using shad gizzards on the north end of the lake. Boats can be launched at the Hick’s Mountain ramp and the ramp on the southern end of the lake. Boating hazards are present on the extreme southern end of the lake. Report submitted by Jim Beavers

April 8. All fishing slow due to low water conditions. Report submitted by Dane Polk, state game warden.

April 7.
Elevation 19 ft. below normal, water 57 and stained. Walleye fair trolling and along the rocks at dusk using curly tails. Rainbow trout fair below dam, fair on corn, power bait and minnows. Boats can be launched at Hicks Mountain ramp and the ramp on the southern end of the lake, underwater hazard are present on the extreme southern portion of the lake. Report submitted by Jim Beavers.

March 8.
Elevation 20 ft. below normal, water 42 and clear. Channel catfish fair to good on the north end on shad gizzards, 2-5 ft. Crappie fair around brush piles, dam area and old fisherama, 20-25 ft. of water, tube jigs and minnows. Rainbow trout below the dam fair to good early in the morning on corn, minnows and power bait. Boat ramps on the south end and the hicks mountain area can be used for launching. Boaters use caution on extreme southern end of lake, underwater hazards are just below the water surface, rubble and old foundations are scattered in that area. Report submitted by Jim Beavers.
Feb. 18.
Elevation 20 ft. below normal, water 40 and clear. Crappie slow around brush piles, a few small fish being caught on jigs and minnows. Catfish good on shad gizzards in narrows under high lines. Rainbow trout below dam fair to good early in the morning on minnows, power bait and corn. All other fishing slow. Boaters exercise caution on extreme south portions of the lake, unmarked underwater hazards are just below the water surface. hicks mountain boat ramp and the boat ramp at the south end are safe to unload. Report submitted by Jim Beavers

Ft. Cobb:                                                 (405) 643-2249 

Water: Elevation 2 ft. below normal. 32

Black Bass: slow on spinnerbaits and buzzbaits

Hybrids:  fair on jerk baits or minnows and worms.

Sand Bass: slow to fair on jigs throughout the lake

Crappie: fair on minnows and jigs around docks and structure.

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: slow to fair trolling crankbaits or drifting nightcrawlers.

Catfish: fair on cut bait off points in shallows.

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Scott & Cameron-- Fort Cobb, Ok.

Jan. 27. Elevation 2 ft. below normal.  Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around docks and structure.  Blue catfish fair on cut bait off points in shallows. Report submitted by James Edwards Jr., stationed in Caddo county.

oct 28th

Hybrids and sand bass are still good on Sooner Slabs. Experiment with size and color as every day out is a bit different. I prefer the large and small Sooner Cranker in variations of white. We are finding most of our fish of of the points. The birds are thick and are working but they are not working the fish as hard as the water turkeys. You could spend all day chasing birds and not find a fish. Sand bass are going to recover, we caught several healthy small sandies today. Big hybrids are active and full of fight. Biggest fish this evening was about 10 lbs on a large cranker............good luck............VSTK........(Van)

aug 20th Black Bass: slow on spinnerbaits and buzzbaits Hybrids:  fair on jerk baits or minnows and worms. Sand Bass: slow to fair on jigs throughout the lake Crappie: slow to fair on minnows and jigs near docks and brush. Saugeyes/ Walleyes: slow to fair trolling crankbaits or drifting nightcrawlers.

Catfish: fair on stinkbait or punch bait.

May 26. Elevation normal and murky 72. Channel and Blue catfish fair on stinkbait or punch bait. Crappie slow to fair on minnows and jigs near docks and brush. Saugeye slow to fair trolling crankbaits or drifting nightcrawlers. Hybrid Striped bass fair on jerk baits or minnows and worms. Report submitted by James Edwards Jr. Caddo County Game Warden

May 5. Elevation normal and stained. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs in shallow water. Saugeye slow. Hybrid striped bass fair on crawfish tails on bottom and lures near the surface. White bass slow to fair on jigs throughout the lake. Blue catfish fair on fresh cut shad. Channel catfish fair on stink bait. Report submitted by James Edwards Jr. Caddo County Game Warden

04-19-03

Four of us fished Fort Cobb from mid afternoon til dark. The wind blew hard all day and changed direction several times. The good news is we caught about 30 fish and 25 were hybrids. The biggest of the bunch was only a couple pounds but we were glad to see there would be some hybrids in the future. Side winders were the best thing we used. Seems like they can alway catch a fish.

Van

March 10. Elevation 1/2 ft. above normal, water 42 and stained. Saugeye fair using jigs along dam early morning and late evening. Blue catfish fair using fresh cut shad off windy points. Crappie slow at this time due to water temperature. Report submitted by James Edwards Jr. Caddo County Game Warden.
Feb. 25.
Elevation normal and water stained. Saugeye fair on jigs off the dame early and late in the day. Blue catfish fair on fresh cut shad off windy points. Report submitted by James Edwards Jr. Caddo County Game Warden

Nov. 26. Elevation normal, water 52 and stained. Blue catfish fair on cut shad in shallows along the north end of the lake. Fishermen should use caution while fishing due to large numbers of waterfowl hunters and deer hunters using the WMA portion of the lake. Report submitted by James Edwards Jr. Caddo County Game Warden

Foss Lake:                                            (580) 592-4433

North of buoy line OPEN!

Water: Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water 38 and clear.

Black Bass: slow in the reserve area under cover of the  trees and brush. In July the Wildlife Department stocked 300 small mouth bass, 3" to 6" in length.

Hybrids:  good on slabs in 45 foot water south side

Sand Bass: good on slabs and white or chartreuse jigs.

Crappie: Slowed but still good in shallow water on jigs

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: slow with live bait, minnows or shad..

Catfish: good on jug lines and off the points by the dam

 

Feb. 3. Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water 38 and clear. Hybrid and white bass fair in deep water. Walleye and Saugeye slow. Catfish slow. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House.
Oct. 21
. Elevation 1 ft. below normal, water 67. Hybrid and white bass fair. Walleye and saugeye slow. Catfish fair. 
Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House

Aug. 18. Elevation 6 inches below normal and gates close. Hybrid striped bass and white bass good on BIG Sooner slabs in deep water. Walleye and Saugeye fair. Catfish good on live bait and stinkbait. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House.
June 3.
Lake level above normal and clear. Sand bass and hybrids good on slabs and white or chartreuse jigs. Walleye and saugeye good on live bait. Catfish good on stink bait. Best fishing is above the buoy line. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House

April 27. White bass and hybrids along dam are hitting good on white and chartreuse jigs. Catfish good. Walleye and saugeye slow. Report submitted by B&K Bait House.
March 18.
Elevation normal, water 45 and clear. White bass have started running up the river. Walleye and saugeye slow. Catfish fair. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House

March 4. Elevation normal, water 40 and clear. Gates closed. Crappie and white bass around structures in marina area good on live bait. Walleye fair around shoreline. Saugeye fair. Catfish good on trot lines. A few black bass have been caught. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House

Feb. 12. Elevation normal, water 38 and clear. Gates closed. White bass fair. Hybrids fair. Catfish good and saugeye and walleye fair. Report submitted by Eric Puyear, B & K Bait House

 

Foss on 01-04-03

fished Foss from about mid morning till after dark. covered most of the lake and did not start to find fish till after 4:00. the bite is early and late as they bunch up around the marina area of the lake. even with the SiTex we just couldn't find them most of the day. side winders fished slow still working well. caught close to 50 nice fat sandies from just after 4:00 till after dark.

Van

12-23-02 It is a bit different report for Sunday afternoon. the wind blew hard all day Saturday and calmed down some this morning, there was a front coming this way and it was a bit brisk. we spent all day just looking for fish.  we looked from the buoy line to the marina and found nil. we could find shad stacked up in several places but just could not find fish. Don caught one nice sand bass and that was our day out.............Van

12-15-02 Fished from about 9:30 on Sunday morning. water was 43 degrees. wind was almost not at all early and picked up from the south later on, found most fish in southeast corner in deep water still. up until about 11:30 it was a constant catch. not sure how many I caught by then but spent more time reeling in and taking fish off than fishing. it slowed up some until about 3:00 and then picked up and stayed good till dark. chartreuse side winders are still hot. picked up 4 fish at once......one on each of 2 buck tails and 2 on one side winder and sure made for a good fight. caught several walleye 2 being real nice and don caught a "monster crappie" on a side winder just before dark. everything else was sandies.....some being big ones.....but all being fat and sassy. couldn't find those hybrids this trip.......spent several hours looking for them away from the boat show.
VSTK (Van)
 

 

Tom Steed:                                             (580) 569-2032

Water: Elevation 7 ft. below normal, water 40 and slightly murky

Black Bass: no report

Hybrids:  slow on minnows, 10 ft. near dam.

Sand Bass: slow on minnows, 10 ft. near dam

Crappie: fair on minnows at 10-15 ft. in dam cove

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: Fair on minnows, 15-20 ft. around brush piles

Catfish: slow on cut bait in north end of channels..

Feb. 2. All fishing slow. Report submitted by David Smith state game warden stationed in Kiowa County

Oct. 7. All fishing slow. Report submitted by David Smith state game warden stationed in Kiowa County

Aug. 19. All fishing slow. Report submitted by David Smith state game warden stationed in Kiowa County

May 27. Elevation 7 ft. below normal, water 60 and muddy. Catfish good on cut bait at 5-10 ft. near rock. Report submitted by state game warden David Smith

May 6. Elevation 7 ft. below normal, water 59 and muddy. Crappie good on minnows at 5-10 ft. near rocks and brush. White bass good on minnows anywhere on the lake. All other fishing is fair at this time. Report submitted by state game warden David Smith.
April 16.
Elevation 7 ft below normal, water 55 and murky. Crappie good on minnows at 5-10 ft. along shoreline rocks and brush; white bass and hybrids fair on minnows on bottom. Report submitted by state game warden David Smith

April 1. Elevation 7 ft. below normal, water 50 and stained. Crappie fair on minnows at 10-15 ft. in dam cove. Report submitted by state game warden David Smith

March 11. Elevation 6 ft. below normal, water 48 and slightly murky. Crappie fair minnows and jigs at 15-20 ft. in brushpiles. Saugeye fair minnows at 10-15 ft. off windy points. Report submitted by state game warden David Smith

Feb. 25. All fishing slow. Report submitted by state game warden David Sm

Canton:                                                              (580) 886-2989

Water: Elevation 2 ft. below normal 36

Black Bass: slow on small plastics

Hybrids: fair trolling crankbaits or drifting slabs

Sand Bass: fair in river above the lake on jigs and roadrunners

Crappie: fair near brush piles on minnows and jigs..

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

Catfish: good along dam early and late

Feb. 2. Elevation 2 ft. below normal. Crappie fair near brush piles on minnows and jigs. 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 76. 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

April 7. Elevation normal. Walleye fair along dam at dawn and dusk on jigs and crankbaits. White bass fair in river above the lake on jigs and roadrunners. Crappie fair near brushpiles on minnows and jigs. Channel catfish good in upper end of lake on cut shad. Report submitted by Mark Walker, Blaine County Game Warden

Feb. 25. Elevation 1/2 ft. below normal. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs near brushpiles. Hybrids, white bass and walleye fair off windy points along north shore on night crawlers. Channel catfish fair on cut shad. 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.
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


ODWC Warden: Mark Walker

Chickasha:                                               (405) 453-7915

Water: Clear 

Black Bass: Slow

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: 

Crappie: Slow on minnows near brush

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: 

Catfish: Slow on cut bait in the shallows 

 

Clear Creek:                                             (580) 255-9397 

Water: Clear visibility 2 feet ,32, elevation normal

Black Bass: Report of good fishing on small fluke type lures of point in real shallow water

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: Slow on rattle traps in the coves and windy points

Crappie: fair in brush in 10 ft

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: 

Catfish: no report  

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Duncan:                                                    (580) 255-9538

Water: Stained and  elevation 2 foot below normal 34 

Black Bass: Slow

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: Slow

Crappie: Good on jigs and minnows

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: No Report

Catfish: Fair on cut bait along the dike 

Elmer Thomas:

 Aug 11th Elevation 4 1/2 ft. below normal, water 83 and clear to 15 ft. Black Bass and Smallmouth are fair to good early and very late. Early, small poppers and small buzzbaits effective over grass lines near points and flats with deep water access. As day progresses, sun level and boat traffic slows bite. Bass move to 12 to 20 foot drops near points where cover is available such as brushpiles and to deep edges of weedlines. Quality fish can be taken working medium diving crankbaits along edges and plastics in the brushpiles. Smallish bass are schooling early to midmorning near grass in main lake area and topwaters and small Jerkbaits worked near the surface will catch their attention and can provide fast action

June 24.  Water level about 4 foot below normal. Surface Temperature from 78 to 81, main lake to creeks. Clear to 20 foot in main lake to 3 foot in creek area. Bass are slow to fair. Plastics on deeper edge of weedlines in 10 to 15 ft in main lake and 5 to 8 foot in creek and chartreuse and white double willow leaf spinnerbaits over shallow grass provides the best bite. Report submitted by Joval Eblen, SW Fisherman

May 27th Fished Lake Elmer from boat on Memorial Day.  Lots of fisherman and day campers.  Managed a couple of smaller bass on buzzbaits and a plastic worm with one real nice one missed on a buzzbait report by Justin Hayes

March 25. Slow to Fair. Water level is 4 1/2 ft. below normal pool, extremely clear in the main lake area to lightly stained in the backs of the two feeder creeks. Water temperature is 48 degrees in the main lake area to as high as 52 degrees in the creeks. Some bass are shallow in the creek areas and can be taken with tandem willow leaf chartreuse/white spinnerbaits over submerged vegetation in 2 to 4 ft of water with deeper water access nearby. Smallmouth and largemouth bass in the main lake area are positioning on the deep sides of rocky points and will chase a spinnerbait and rattling jig/pig combos. Weather fluctuations have caused the lake warming trend to slow considerably but should improve as weather stabilizes for a few days. Report submitted by Joval Eblen, Fisherman's Cove Bait Shop

Ellsworth:  Low Lake Warning

Water: Elevation 14 feet below normal, 35. Only useable boat ramp is at Ralph's Resort

Black Bass: Slow.

Hybrids: air on minnows and trolled crankbaits.

Sand Bass: fair on minnows and jigs around windy points.

Crappie: fair on minnows around docks and brushpiles 15-20 ft. deep.

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: slow on minnows around points

Catfish: fair on fresh cut shad and stinkbaits.

Jan. 26. Elevation 14 ft. below normal. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around docks and bridges. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, state game warden stationed in Comanche County

Aug. 18. All fishing slow. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, state game warden stationed in Comanche County.
June 2,
Elevation 10 feet below normal, 71. White bass and hybrids fair on minnows and trolled crankbaits. Channel and blue catfish fair on fresh cut shad and stinkbaits. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, Comanche County Game Warden

April 7. Elevation below normal. Crappie fair on minnows and jigs around docks and jigs around docks and bridges. The only useable ramp is at Ralph's Resort. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, Comanche County Game Warden.
Feb. 25.
Elevation 10 ft. below normal. Crappie fair on jigs around bridges and docks in 15-25 ft. of water. Blue catfish fair on fresh cut shad around points. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, Comanche County Game Warden

Nov. 4. Elevation 9 ft. below normal. Blue catfish fair on cut shad around windy points. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, Comanche County Game Warden.

Sept. 30. Elevation is 10 ft. below normal. Only useable boat ramp is at Ralph's Resort. Channel and blue catfish fair on doughbait, stinkbait and cut shad around creek channels. White bass fair on minnows and jigs around windy points. Report submitted by Mike Gabbard, Comanche County Game Warden.
 

ODWC Warden: Mike Gabbard

Lawtonka:                                                (580) 529-2663

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 34 fish per hour with 46% over 14 inches long and largest 8.5 pounds

Water: Elevation continues to drop to 6 1/2 - 7 ft. below normal, water 45. Water is clear in main lake area and lightly stained in northern flats and creek mouths

Black Bass:  fair to good on isolated pieces of wood cover with grass present in 3 - 6 ft. of water with spinnerbaits and poppers early, worked in pockets or just over top of weeds.

Hybrids: 

Sand Bass: continue to school near shallow flats along weedline edges and will hit shad colored baits thrown near boils

Crappie: slow

Saugeyes/ Walleyes: are good trolling shad colored crankbaits over drop-offs and points in 15 foot of water

Catfish: are spawning, very shallow and are being taken with night crawlers tightlined off the bottom in creeks and shallows.

April 9th No Report We Need an ACE for this lake!

 

Humphreys:                                               (580) 658-3974

Water: Stained, Water is stained after the rains.  Temp is 33 degrees., normal 

Black Bass: Bass are fair to good.    Best baits are spinner baits and tubes around wood

Sand Bass: Slow

Crappie: fair on minnows in brush

Saugeye: Slow on minnows

Catfish: No Report

 

Fuqua:                                                     (580) 444-2460

no report

Frederick:                                               (580) 335-7751

Rocky:                                                    (580) 666-2221

Lake Vanderwork:

Channel cats good on prepared baits   

ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 39 fish per hour with 56% over 14 inches long and largest 7.9 pounds  

Crowder: 

    ElectroFishing Report on Black Bass of Sample taken 64 fish per hour with 41% over 14 inches long and largest 6.5 pounds

Black Bass: excellent on spinnerbaits and large river shinners!

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