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Illinois River in Green Country (Northeastern Oklahoma near Tahlequah) Streamflow, camping, floating, swimming, fishing, tubing, kayaking, rafting, canoeing

Kiamichi River (Southeastern Oklahoma near Antlers) The river is 165 miles long. Canoe Trips, camping, floating, swimming, fishing.  The Kiamichi River has head waters near Mena, Arkansas and feeds into the Red River near Hugo, Oklahoma. The river runs through the Kiamichi Mountain Range. (Oklahoma's Little Smokies) While generally a flat, slow moving river it can rain and create some Class I-II whitewater and even gets dangerous at springtime high water levels. Lots of good scenic canoeing for up to 100 miles if you have the time. No commercialization along this river. Rarely any human life along the way, just lots of nature.  Plenty of camping, ranches and cabins in the area around Beavers Bend and Broken Bow.  A good place to launch is at the Hwy 271 bridge at Antlers, K River Campground which is 8 mi north of Antlers on Hwy 2, and at Clayton, OK, Hwy 271 bridge.  US Highway 259 at Big Cedar
 

Mountain Fork River in Kiamichi Country (Southeastern Oklahoma near Broken Bow) Streamflow.

Glover River in Kiamichi Country

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Washita River near Turner Falls and Davis, Oklahoma



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Blue River -Trout Fishing, hunting, hiking. catfish, native bass, bream and panfish. From November 1 through March 31, Blue River is a designated trout stream. The trout are stocked weekly Blue River -  Approximately 6.25 miles of the Blue River flows through the area designated as the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. The stream is easily accessible to both shore and wading anglers. Blue River stockings are seasonal because summer water temperatures become too warm to support trout survival.

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45 fisherman across Oklahoma email reports on just about every lake in the State. We are in constant contact with Oklahoma Game Warden's, Biologist, Lake Rangers, and others to bring you the most up to date Fishing Reports. Our connections with professional guides, who supply us with latest tactics of catching that species of fish your fishing for! What's running, what their hitting on, and were to go, you will find it on OkieFish.com!

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The information on this site is intended for educational and personal interest use only.  If you decide to use the stream information that is posted on this site, it is your responsibility to use prudent judgment, not ours.

All waters can be dangerous at times. Some of Oklahoma's more isolated waters can be doubly dangerous given the geography of the streams and the local terrain. Prevailing weather conditions at the time can make some streams lethal.

It is your responsibility to use good judgment about what is and is not safe for you when visiting any of these waters.

By using the information from this site it is understood that you take full responsibility for your own safety on the stream and hold harmless the author of this site and the contributors of the information found here.

Additionally, there is no implied guarantee that your use of this information will result in a successful fishing venture. That is solely dependent upon your angling skills and nature!

In other words, don't be stupid on the water and don't blame us if you don't catch anything!



 
 
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