Oologah Lake boasts shallow water fishing in the north half, deep water fishing in the south half, and also excellent fishing below the dam in the tailwaters. The lake and its tailwaters are stocked with millions of fish, including sand bass, catfish, hybrid striped bass, crappie, and walleye. Standing timber, brush piles, and miller planted on exposed mud flats are used to enhance the aquatic habitat. The Corps also works with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation to develop restocking and monitoring programs to assure a proper balance of fish populations.
Address: 2 miles southeast of Oologah, Hwy 88
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