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SOUTHEAST AREA LAKES FISHING REPORT FOR JULY 19TH Featured

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Arbuckle: Lake elevation below normal with 83 degree  stained to clear water. Bass, Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass and spotted bass biting good on crankbaits, hair jigs, jigs, spoons and worms around brush structure and Creek Channels. White bass action is slow biting on jigs minnows and lot of little crappie 10'' around brush structure in the main lake. Submitted by Jack Melton.

 

Blue River: Lake elevation is normal with 78 degree clear water. Spotted Bass Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass biting good on Crankbaits and topwater in the shallows and shallow sandbars. Topwater for bass being best right after sunrise and right before sunset. Channel Catfish biting good on Chicken liver and stinkbait around points, sandbars and deeper pools around eddys. Flathead Catfish Biting Fair on Life bait in deeper pools. Submitted by Matt Gamble Fisheries Biologist.

 

Broken Bow: Lake elevation is below average, water temperature at 79 degrees. Largemouth, smallmouth, spotted bass biting fair on Alabama rig, plastic and spoons around brush structure and standing timber. White Crappie biting fair on jigs and minnows around brush structure and standing timber. Submitted by Dru Polk Game Warden stationed in Mccurtain County.

 

Durant: Lake elevation Normal with clear water. Largemouth Bass biting slow on crankbaits, flukes and lipless baits around brush structure, channels,main lake and standing timber. Black Crappie slow on minnows and tube jigs around brush structure, maine lake and standing timber. Submitted by Michael Ward.

 

Eufaula: Lake elevation Normal with normal murky water. White, striped and hybrid bass biting good on live shad and sassy shad in main lake and river channel. Blue, channel, and flathead catfish biting good on cut bait and shad in main lake and river channel. White and Black crappie biting good on minnows around docks and standing timber. Submitted by Game Warden Terry Springwater stationed in Garvin County.

 

Hugo: Lake elevation above average with a water temperature at 82 degrees. Blue and channel catfish biting good on cut bait, live bait and shad below the dam. Largemouth and spotted bass biting fair on buzz baits plastics and spinnerbaits around brush structure creek channels and in the shallows. Submitted by Jay Harvey Game Warden, stationed in Choctaw County.

 

Konawa: Lake elevation is normal with water 87 degrees and clear. Largemouth biting fair on buzzbaits, crankbaits, flukes, plastics and topwater in main lake, points, river channels and weed beds. White bass and hybrids biting good on crankbaits, live shad and spoons in coves, main lakes, points and river channels. Channel Catfish biting fair on chicken liver and cut bait around channels, coves, main lake and riprap. Submitted by Garret Harley.

 

Lower Mountain Fork: Lake elevation is normal with clear water. Rainbow Trout biting good on powerbait, small lures and worms below the dam and in spillway. Submitted by Mark Hannah Game Warden in McCurtain County.

 

McGee Creek: Lake elevation above average water temperature 84 degrees and clear. White Crappie biting excellent on minnows around brush structure. Largemouth and spotted bass biting fair on plastic around brush structure, main lake, rocks , standing timber and weed beds. Channel and flathead Catfish biting fair on sunfish in river channel and around rocks. Submitted by Larry Luman Game Warden, Atoka County.

 

Murray: Lake elevation is normal with 80 degree clear water. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass biting slow on alabama rigs, crankbaits, flukes, plastics sassy shad and topwater in main lake points and weed beds. Channel catfish Biting fair on chicken liver, cut bait, minnow, shad,shrimp and worms in channels, coves riprap and rocks. Bluegill, green and redear sunfish biting good on jigs, tube jigs and worms around docks, rocks and weed beds. Submitted by Jeremy Brothers Game Warden, Carter County.

 

Pine Creek: Lake elevation above average with clear water. Largemouth bass biting good on plastics, spinnerbaits and topwater around brush structure and points. Black crappie biting good on jigs around brush structure. Channel catfish biting good on cut bait in creek channels and main lake. Submitted by Mark Hannah Game Warden in McCurtain County.

 

Robert S. Kerr: Lake elevation normal with stained water. Largemouth are biting excellent on jigs and spinners around brush structures, shallows and standing timber. Blue Catfish Fair on minnows and jigs around creek channels and riprap. White Crappie biting fair on jigs and minnows in creek channels and around riprap. Submitted by J.D. stauffer Game Warden, in Haskell County.

 

Sardis: Lake elevation above average with water temperature 82 degrees-14". Largemouth and spotted bass biting on crankbaits, inline spinners, jigs, plastics and top water around brush structure, points, riprap, shorelines, standing timber and weed beds. Channel, Blue and Flathead catfish biting good on cut bait, live bait live shad and sunfish in the main lake, rocks and shoreline. White crappie biting fair on hair jigs, minnows and tube jigs around bush structure and standing timber. Submitted by Dane Polk Game Warden, in Pushmataha Counties.

 

Texoma: Lake elevation is normal with stained water. Largemouth and smallmouth bass biting good on crankbaits, plastics and spinnerbaits around coves and points. Striper and white bass biting fair on flukes, hair jigs, shad and top water below the dam, on points, riprap and river mouth. Blue and channel catfish biting fair on chicken liver, cut baits, live shad, sunfish and worms below the dam, on points, riprap and in the river mouth. Submitted by Cody Jones Game Warden, in Mclntosh County.

 

Wister: Lake elevation above average with 90 degree stained water. Largemouth biting slow on jigs, plastics, spinnerbaits, and worms around brush structures, main lake, points and the river channel. Blue and channel catfish biting fair on cut bait and grasshoppers in the main lake. White crappie biting fair on minnows and jigs around brush structures, main lake and river channel. Submitted by James Williams Game Warden, in Leflore County.

David Deaton

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