Oklahoma Bass Fishing
Great Bass Fishing Lakes In Oklahoma
Fish for spotted, smallmouth and largemouth bass.
Bass is king in Oklahoma, and for good reason. All major lakes contain healthy populations of bass. These lakes include Broken Bow Reservoir, Canton Lake, Fort Cobb Reservoir, Fort Gibson Lake, Foss Lake, Grand Lake of the Cherokees, Great Salt Plains Lake, Hugo Lake, Hulah Lake, Kaw Lake, Keystone Lake, Lake Altus-Lugert, Lake Carl Blackwell, Lake Ellsworth, Lake Eucha, Lake Eufaula, Lake Hudson, Lake Konawa, Lake Lawtonka, Lake Murray, Lake Stanley Draper, Lake Texoma, Lake Thunderbird, Lake Wister, McGee Creek Reservoir, Oologah Lake, Pine Creek Lake, Robert S Kerr Reservoir, Sardis Lake, Skiatook Reservoir, Sooner Lake, Tenkiller Lake, Tom Steed Reservoir, Waurika Lake and Webber Falls Reservoir. And if that weren't enough bass inhabit a high percentage of the smaller lakes, rivers and ponds across the state.
World record: 22 lbs 4 oz
State Record: 14 lbs 13.7 oz
World record: 11 lbs 15 oz
State Record: 8 lbs 7 oz
World record: 9 lbs 8 oz
State Record: 8 lbs 2 oz
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Oklahoma Bass Records
The state record largemouth bass was caught in Cedar Lake.
The state record smallmouth bass was taken from Lake Lawtonka.
The state record spotted bass was caught out of a pond.
Bass are one of the most sought after of all the game fish. Its appeal spans cultures, age groups and genders to tap on the heart strings of anglers everywhere. Join us in our endeavor to offer information about bass fishing on your favorite bass lake in Oklahoma.
Bass fishing basics video.
Catch big bass!
Learn the secrets of the pros and apply them to your local bass fishing waters here in Oklahoma.
Bass fishing information by state.
The lifecycle of bass
The more you know about the seasonal migration of bass, the more likely you are to be looking in the right area next time you visit Oklahoma bass fishing lakes. Visit the bass fishing page for more in-depth information about bass activities.