Oklahoma Fishing

Broken Bow Lake Fishing Update

Broken Bow Lake Flooding

A boat ramp is open on Broken Bow Lake after recent flooding. No one is better qualified to give a fishing update than my pal, Bryce Archey of BrokenBowLakeGuide.com.

The Carson Creek boat ramp is open after recent flooding and from the pic of Bryce’s catch this week, fishing is very good on Broken Bow Lake. Bryce is the premiere guide on Broken Bow Lake, and as always, knows the scoop…

“The North ramp is open on Carson Creek. The lake level is 614.95 and normal pool is 599.50, so we have a way to go. The lake level is dropping almost one-foot-per-day due to the releasing of 7,850 cubit feet per-second (from the dam). Two other ramps should be open by end of the week. The lake should return to normal pool elevation in about 12-14 days, barring no more rain.”

Spawning season is approaching on Broken Bow Lake and there is no better guide to learn and laugh with than Bryce. He has years of experience after floods on Broken Bow Lake.

“Fishing can be really productive while the lake is extremely high. You can catch a variety of fish under flooded conditions, even during the winter months of January and February. The high water has fish up, moving around and looking for food to forage on. This makes your chances better than normal for catching quality fish,” Bryce reports.

If you want a tremendous outing on Broken Bow Lake, Bryce is a great choice for novice or professional anglers. Contact him at 870-582-4561. He’s our favorite guide on Broken Bow Lake!

2016-01-17T22:03:17+00:00January 17th, 2016|Oklahoma Fishing|

Beavers Bend and Mountain Fork River Featured in The Oklahoman & NewsOK.com

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Here’s an article from The Oklahoman & NewsOK’s Ed Godfrey on our fantastic fly fishing  in Beavers Bend.

Visit us at Mountain Vista Cabin, the fly fishing is usually fantastic over the next several months. There’s only one thing better than catching a huge Mountain Fork trout…That’s eating them for dinner!

Here’s an “Albino Trout” one of our Mountain Vista guests landed.

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2020-02-10T18:18:44+00:00January 26th, 2014|fishing, fly fishing, Oklahoma Fishing, oklahoma outdoors, trout, trout fishing|