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OK Fishing Forecast Feature

2017 Oklahoma Fishing Forecast

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Deer and duck seasons are scrapbook memories now, and Oklahoma sportsmen are itching to fish. We’ve picked a good time… more »

Great Oklahoma Deer

Oklahoma Deer Forecast for 2016

by Bob Bledsoe 0

The Oklahoma deer harvest declined last year. Hunters in modern firearms, archery and muzzleloader seasons reported a total of 88,467… more »


Oklahoma Family Fishing Destinations for 2016

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Summer vacation is approaching, and it coincides with some of the year’s best fishing in Oklahoma. You can catch black… more »

Oklahoma Bass Fishing, Bass Fishing in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Bass Forecast for 2016

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Rain finally came to the Sooner State last year, providing relief to our state’s treasured fish and wildlife. Our bass… more »

Oklahoma Turkey Forecast for 2016

by Bob Bledsoe 2

The tide has turned, it appears. After several years of prolonged drought in most of the state, during which time… more »


Oklahoma 2016 Fishing Calendar

by Bryan Hendricks 0

Even though many Oklahomans are still sitting at home dreaming of the fishing to come this spring, we’re passing up… more »


2015 Trophy Deer Forecast: Oklahoma

by Bob Bledsoe 0

Where are the big bucks? That’s the question on the majority of Oklahoma deer hunters’ minds as they head for… more »


Oklahoma Deer Forecast for 2015

by Bob Bledsoe 0

It seems as if an eternity has passed since last year’s deer hunting seasons ended. But now those three precious… more »

All across the Sooner State are great catfish holes where plenty of eating-sized fish, as well as line-tugging action with the big ones, can be had.

Oklahoma Catfish Forecast for 2015

by Bob Bledsoe 0

Summertime is fish-frying time in Oklahoma. It’s also a great time to load the freezer with tasty catfish filets to… more »


Massive 254-Pound Alligator Gar is Oklahoma’s Largest Catch Ever

by Andrew Vanlaningham 0

What’s 8-feet long, 250-plus pounds and lives at the bottom of Oklahoma’s Lake Texoma? Oklahoma angler Paul Easley found out… more »

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