Fishing in Oklahoma
Crappie are actually a member of the sunfish family and can be found
in all the continental states. They are known by many different
names, typically based on geographic location. Paper mouth, goggleye,
bridge perch and speckled perch, just to name a few.
Crappie Fishing Lakes In Oklahoma
Broken Bow Reservoir, Canton Lake, Fort Gibson Reservoir, Grand
Lake, Hugo Lake, Kaw Lake, Keystone Lake,
Lake Carl Blackwell, Lake Eufaula, Lake Hudson, Lake Murray, Lake
Texoma, Oologah Lake, Robert S Kerr Reservoir, Sardis Lake, Skiatook
Reservoir, Tenkiller Lake, Waurika Lake and Webber Falls Reservoir
all have significant populations of crappie. Smaller lakes, ponds
and rivers across the state are likely to have a crappie or two
Lake Eufaula was home to the Oklahoma state record white crappie
and the OK state record black crappie was caught out of a private
Both the black and white crappie grow to over five pounds while
three quarters of a pound to a pound is more typical.
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Oklahoma fishing information
Use the state listing to the left to locate crappie fishing
lakes in other states.
OK Crappie Fishing - All About Fishing for Black
Crappie and White Crappie in Oklahoma.