Fishing the Lake of the Arbuckles

Whether you use a boat, or fish on shore, the fishing at Arbuckle Lake can be an exciting experience. With its 36 miles of shoreline and 2,350 surface acres of water, along with its deep rock cliffs and crystal blue water Arbuckle Lake is one of the top fishing lakes in Oklahoma.

With boat launch ramps at Buckhorn, Guy Sandy, and the Point, most boaters can get their boats in the water in a matter of minutes.

If you don’t own a boat, don’t worry. There’s a lot of shoreline along the lake, which is readily accessible, not to mention the shaded handicap access fishing barges at Guy Sandy, Buckhorn, and the Point.

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Lake of the Arbuckles Fishing report
Fishing report for the Lake of the Arbuckles and other southeastern Oklahoma fishing lakes, provided by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
Lake of the Arbuckles map (4.16MB PDF file)
Oklahoma Water Atlas maps are designed for both research and utility. Depicted area in each map will vary depending on the size and shape of the lake. For reference, the scale is included on each map (expressed in miles or feet, depending upon lake size). Some recreation features may not have been included due to map scale. The Oklahoma Water Atlas is produced by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board.

Last updated: March 31, 2012

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