Oklahoma Fish Species

FAQ


What kind of fish is found in Oklahoma?

- Oklahoma is teeming with species including crappie! And although we don't target these species, you'll also find channel, blue, and flathead catfish, bass, and more in lakes, rivers, and ponds across the state. 


Where is the best crappie fishing in Oklahoma?

- Oklahoma is blessed with many good crappie lakes like Lake Keystone, Skiatook Lake, Oologah Lake, and Copan Lake! 


How deep are crappie biting in Oklahoma?

- Crappies are commonly found in lakes with standing timber and brushy cover. They spend the spring in the shallow ends of coves before moving to water 15 feet or deeper.


A TJ FishingCo & Guide Service LLC Guided Fishing Trip targets the top Oklahoma Fish species including null. We primarily Fish the Oologah Lake, Keystone Lake, Fort Gibson Lake, Kaw Lake, Skiatook Lake, Copan Lake, and Lake Hudson.