Trout Fishing Oklahoma

  • Blue River Oklahoma Fishing | First Trout Limit for 2021!

    By / January 20, 2021 / Fishing

    Fun time fishing the Blue River in Oklahoma. Made the run across the border from Texas to Oklahoma for a go at the trout in 2020. This trip is the first one for us in 2021 and it did not disappoint. Much colder than last time with ice forming on rod guides in the morning…. [read more]

  • TBT – Lower Illinois River Trout Fishing Anyone?

    By / August 31, 2020 / Fishing

    Another fun trip and a good one to remind us cool weather is coming soon and so is trout stocking season! See video at

  • Blue River Trout Fishing – Saturday November 3, 2018

    By / November 9, 2018 / Blue River, Rainbow Trout

    Winter Trout Stocking Season has begun on the Blue River. Was able to fish the river last Saturday – November 3, 2018. Mainly fished Hughes Crossing and managed to catch four for the skillet. Did lose others and missed more as your truly’s mojo was off. Regardless, had a great time fishing for trout. Went… [read more]

  • Medicine Park in Oklahoma This Round

    By / November 16, 2015 / Rainbow Trout

    Out and about this weekend helping Nuclaroche relocate to Oklahoma. Not sure if we could go fishing but just in case, brought a Five and an Eight Weight Fly Rod. Sunday morning was able to breakaway and fish Medicine Park located about 1-1/2 hours from Oklahoma City. Cool place near Fort Sill that has a… [read more]

  • Oklahoma Trout Stocking Areas

    By / November 10, 2015 / Fishing

    Received a Google Earth Map from Nuclaroche that shows placeholders for Trout Stocking Areas in Oklahoma. The letter in parenthesis indicate: (D) – Stocking begins in December (Y) – Stocking year round (S) – Stocking is suspended (at least for now) (P) – Private Stocking (not part of ODWC Stocking Program) No letter – Stocking… [read more]

  • Saturday’s Fishing Action at Beavers Bend

    Here is the follow-up video from Saturday’s fishing trip to Beaver Bend State Park in Oklahoma. Was able to get an underwater shot of one fish lurking in the pool where we caught the 18″ Rainbow Trout Learned the camera works much better when it’s turned on Was able to get action shots of one… [read more]

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