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Date 24-Apr-14
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Conditions : Lower Mountain Fork River: Water flow 100 c.f.s above the powerhouse. Visibility 52 inches, water 55 and clear. Best areas are Spillway Creek, Evening Hole and Zone 2. Best access points are Beaver Lodge Nature Trail, Evening Hole Bridge and Old Park Dam. April means Caddis. Hatches are running a couple of weeks behind due to the cold winter/spring. Report submitted by Woodruff Guide Service.

Reported by: Oklahoma Wildlife Dept.

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About: - Fishing the lower Mountain Fork River: Tailwaters of Broken Bow Lake the lower Mountain Fork is stocked with 4000 rainbows and browns every other Thursday. The designated Trout Stream area is 12 miles long. This section of the Mountain Fork is the most noted year around trout fishery in the Oklahoma. Nestled in the Kiamichi Mountains in southeast Oklahoma, trout will be found throughout the stream and its tributaries. The 12 mile designated trout stream begins at the base of Broken Bow Dam extending downstream to the U.S. Highway 70 bridge. Below Beavers Bend State Park there are public access points at the Re-regulation Dam and Presbyterian Falls. There is a fee access site located near the Highway 70 bridge.
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout

Misc Info: -

Regulations: Zone One, limit of six fish (including one over 20 inches) and can fish with bait.

Zone Two, below Old Park Dam, anglers are restricted to artificial flies and lures and no trout under 20 inches may be kept. Only one trout over 20 inches may be kept.

In Zone Three, below the Rereg Dam, bait fishing is allowed, but only one trout over 20 inches may be kept. Check the regulations for any recent changes.

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