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Lake Tenkiller Sponsored by
Date 01-Jul-19
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Conditions : Lake Tenkiller: Lake Elevation: Dropping Water Temp and Clarity: Murky to Clear

Bass, Largemouth, Bass, Smallmouth, Bass, Spotted Action: Good Baits: Alabama Rig, Buzz Baits, Jigs, Plastics Locations: Brush structure, Riprap, Shallows, Standing timber, Weed beds

Catfish, Channel, Catfish, Blue Action: Good Baits: Live Bait, Shad, Shrimp, Stinkbait Locations: Main lake, Riprap

Additional Information: As of Monday, July 1 the lake has dropped two feet over the weekend to 28 feet above normal. Although lake levels are dropping, conditions are still extremely limited on launching boats across the entire lake. Most all the parks are closed and boat ramps are under water. Fishing has slowed slightly with the rapid drop in water levels, but there are still lots of action in the flooded timber with all species of gamefish. Have a happy and safe 4-th of July.

Reported by: Oklahoma Wildlife Dept.


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About: - Located on the Illinois River a few miles south of Tahlequah, Lake Tenkiller lies in the heart of the Cookson Hills and reaches more than 25 miles up the river into Sequoyah and Cherokee Counties. Tenkiller is the clearest body of water in Oklahoma. The 13,000 acre lake consist of rocky bluffs, secluded coves, and serene, lush forest that provides beautiful scenery from any area on the lake. Anglers may choose from various bass species, crappie, catfish, bream and walleye. Rainbow trout are stocked below the dam. (more on Lake Tenkiller)
  • Largemouth Bass
  • White Bass
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Bream
  • Walleye

Misc Info: - Tenkiller - prohibited methods of fishing: gigs and spears downstream from Horseshoe Bend boat ramp; speargunning legal when used with SCUBA, except taking flathead catfish from June 15 through July 15 is prohibited.


Lake Tenkiller Elevation

Stages

Normal

667' - Flood Stage

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