, Oklahoma

Oologah Lake Hunting

category : Hunting
Land at the Oologah Wildlife Management Area that are open to hunting include 6,540 acres managed by the Corps and 12,940 acres managed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Hunting maps that show areas open to hunting are available at the project office. Available game includes deer, turkey, swamp and cottontail rabbit, quail, squirrels, duck, goose, and dove.

Address: 2 miles southeast of Oologah, Hwy 88
Phone: 918-443-2250
Our Email: ceswt-od-fo@swt03.usace.army.mil

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