ANS Alert: Didymo, an aquatic annoyance types generally named “rock snot, ” is identified inside Lower hill Fork River. To stop dispersing this unwanted organism, please clean and dry waders as well as other fishing equipment after use in the low Mountain Fork River.
Trout Stocking Season:
Trout are stocked from Nov. 1 through March 31 associated with following calendar year.
Designated Trout Area/Size/Location:
A 6.25-mile percentage of the Blue River moving through the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting region situated in Johnston County, four kilometers east of Tishomingo on State Highway 78 and six kilometers north.
Bank/wading accessibility is present throughout the area (see associated map).
Camping facilities offered just within Blue River Campground location (see chart). Special access is provided for those who make use of wheelchairs. For information, telephone call (580) 443-5728. For full public usage constraints, see division Fishing Areas.
From Nov. 1 to Feb. 28, the percentage of the Blue River which comes into the north region of the home and flows towards the end of this first walk-in path is catch-and-release just. (See shaded area on map.) Fishing is restricted to barbless hooks, synthetic flies and lures only. Beginning March 1, unique laws don't use. Also, no camping and no vehicles are permitted except in designated parking aspects of the Carl R. and Ruth Walker Landrum wild plus the Bill and Valerie Plaster Wildlife Management device. Nonhunting and nonfishing visitors to the area must have a Wildlife Conservation Passport, unless exempt (see Unique Licenses & Permits).
Trout are stocked from Nov. 1 through March 15 of following season.
A 1.5-mile percentage of Fourche Maline River instantly below Carlton Lake Dam downstream into south boundary of Robber’s Cave State Park, situated in Latimer County, five miles north of Wilburton on State Highway 2.
Bank accessibility is good because whole selected trout stream lies within Robber’s Cave State Park.
Camping and cabin services tend to be available within the state playground. For information, telephone call (918) 465-2565.
Trout tend to be stocked from Nov. 1 through March 15 regarding the following twelve months.
Medicine Creek from Gondola Lake dam downstream to your State Highway 49 bridge.
A sidewalk over the east side of medication Creek when you look at the town of Medicine Park will offer best fishing access. Parking and fishing access also will be found across the creek’s eastern bank just north associated with the State Highway 49 connection. The west region of the creek is mainly undeveloped it is available by foot. Anglers should stay away from trespassing on any residential property.
Camping facilities can be found at the nearby Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. To find out more, phone the refuge headquarters at (580) 429-3222 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. Lodging will come in and around Medicine Park.
Lake Carl Etling
Trout tend to be stocked from Nov. 1 through April 30 associated with the following twelve months.
This 159-acre pond is at Ebony Mesa State Park in Cimarron County, about 30 miles northwest of Boise City.
Bank Access/Boat Ramps:
Berms extending through the south bank. Boat ramps on eastern and south sides associated with the lake.
Camping facilities, including hookups, are available in the state playground. For information, telephone call Ebony Mesa State Park at (580) 426-2222.