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he New Year is bringing in a new southwest Oklahoma traveling opportunity for anglers and their families looking for small-town hospitality and rainbow trout. The new Medicine Creek trout season kicked off Jan. 1, 2013, and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will stock the fishery every two weeks through March 15. The Wildlife Department is partnering with the City of Medicine Park to provide a new trout fishery in a half-mile stretch of Medicine Creek from Gondola Dam downstream to the HWY 49 bridge. "That's essentially right in town, said Ryan Ryswyk, southwest region fisheries biologist for the Wildlife Department. The...
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- Fly Fishing School at Oklahomas Tenkiller State Park March 15-16
- Anglers interested in fly fishing can learn the sport March 15-16 at the Illinois River Fly Fishing School. The clinic will be based out of Tenkiller State Park and will ...
- Texas Team Trail Presented By Cabelas Wraps Up First Event Of 2013 At Sam R...
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- Berkley Experience Trailer 2013 Tour Rolls Through Oklahoma City
- COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Berkley Experience Trailer will be at Bass Pro Shops in Oklahoma City, Okla., to continue the 2013 tour on February 15th - 17th. The 60-foot Experien...
- Oklahoma WCC Meeting Results Include Bait Regs
- The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission met Feb. 5 and voted to approve a slate of hunting and fishing related rule changes to go into effect this year. Some of the...
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Oklahoma Fishing Regs & Licenses
Annual Fishing - $20.00
Youth Annual Fishing (16-17) - $5.00
Annual Fishing - $37.00
5-day Fishing - $18.50
Annual fishing license required for Oklahoma anglers 18 to 64 years of age, unless exempt. Additional licenses/permits may be required; consult current Fishing Guide for complete regulations.