Approximately 6,040 acres of project lands have been made available to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for wildlife management purposes. These lands are managed for upland game, Whitehall deer and waterfowl and are open to the public as a public hunting area. Species most sought by hunters include whitetail deer, bobwhite quail, mourning dove, wood dicks, mallards, pintail, teal, canvas back, cottontail rabbits, and wild turkey. Also, raccoons and coyotes provide excellent sport for those who enjoy hunting with hounds. Hunting and fishing are regulated by State and Federal laws.
Designated areas are open for hunting of all species which may legally be taken during legal open seasons by shotgun with pellets and archery. Fall deer and turkey season are open to archery hunting only. Spring turkey season is prohibited. Hunting is prohibited within 500 feet of the dam structure and public use areas.
Public hunting maps showing project lands open for public hunting are available from the Waurika Project Office or from the Tulsa District Office.
Address: 6 miles NW of Waurika
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