Fishing At Fort Gibson Lake
AKA: Fort Gibson Reservoir
Fishing for largemouth bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, green sunfish, redear sunfish, white bass, hybrid striped bass and paddlefish at Fort Gibson Lake in Oklahoma.
Two dozen boat launch ramps provide easy access to Fort Gibson Lake, also known as Fort Gibson Reservoir, for all types of pleasure boating, water sports and fishing. 225 miles of shoreline wrap this 20,000-acre lake, some of which includes the Fort Gibson Wildlife Management Area, Sequoyah State Park and other public use areas. This desirable boating and fishing destination is located in the east-central part of the state, about 30 minutes east of Broken Arrow, OK. A variety of shoreline cover includes bluffs, brushy areas and sections of the lake with boat docks. Bass, catfish, bream, white bass, paddlefish, hybrid stripers and plenty of crappie reside here. Eight marinas, numerous campgrounds, restaurants, convenience stores and fishing tackle are all available at the lake plus a wide variety of boats and watercraft for rent.
Primary fish species residing in Fort Gibson Lake
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Fort Gibson Lake Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Dam Site Campground - 918 683-6618
Wildwood Campground - 918 682-4314
Sequoyah State Park Choctaw Campground - 918 772-2046
Sequoyah State Park Cherokee Campground - 918 772-2046
Sequoyah State Park Seminole Campground - 918 772-2046
Flat Rock Creek Campground - 918 476-6766
Blue Bill Point Campground - 918 476-6638
Gibson RV Park - 918 485-1177
Fort Gibson Lake OK Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Fort Gibson Lake
Paradise Cove Marina
2429 Park 56
Hulbert, OK 74441
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Fort Gibson Lake is home to bass, catfish, bream, white bass, paddlefish, hybrid stripers and crappie in east-central OK.