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11,000 acres of the project land has been set aside to be managed for wildlife. The management of this land is done through a cooperative effort between the Corps of Engineers and the State Wildlife Departments in both Oklahoma (ODWC) and Kansas (KDWP). The game species and their relative abundance are as follows: Deer (abundant), Morning Dove (fair), Waterfowl (good), Bobwhite Quail (good), Turkey (fair), Cottontail Rabbit (good), and Squirrel (good).


Address: 2 miles W of Copan, OK
Phone: 918-532-4334

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Copan Lake Camping

Washington Cove and Post Oak Parks have class A camping with full facilities. Washington Cove is looked after by Gate Attendants during the entire summer recreation season. Gates are locked at 10:00 p.m. each night and are opened at 6:00

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Copan Lake Fishing

With the large uncleared areas and artificial fish shelters that were constructed prior to impoundment, Copan Lake offers excellent habitats for many species of game fish such as largemouth bass, white crappie, channel and flathead catfish and various species of sunfish. The 5,000

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Copan Hunting

11,000 acres of the project land has been set aside to be managed for wildlife. The management of this land is done through a cooperative effort between the Corps of Engineers and the State Wildlife Departments in both Oklahoma (ODWC) and Kansas (KDWP)

, OK Hunting

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