Wagoner County (OK) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Wagoner County Area

Bream/Bluegill,  Catfish,  Crappie,  Largemouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Redear Sunfish,  Smallmouth Bass,  Striped Bass,  Sucker,   and 8 more

Bodies of Water in Wagoner County Area

7 Lakes

24 Rivers and Streams

6 Reservoirs

11 other

Wagoner County Fishing Reports

  "Largemouth bass fair on crankbaits and spinnerbaits at 5-15 ft fished near..." Fort Gibson Lake

Wagoner County (OK) Fishing Spots

Adams Creek 11.3 miles
Ash Creek 11.3 miles
Baitmaster 2 miles
Battle Creek 10.5 miles
Big Creek 9.4 miles
Billy Creek 3.2 miles
Blue Creek 8.2 miles
Bull Creek 7.9 miles
Cedar Creek 8.9 miles
Chouteau Dam 8 miles
Chouteau Lock 9.4 miles
Clinging Creek 11.8 miles
Cloud Creek 11.5 miles
Coal Creek 10.9 miles
Coal Creek 6.9 miles
Coal Creek 5.8 miles
Coburn Lake Dam 13.1 miles
Concharty Creek 8.6 miles
Coweta Creek 7.5 miles
Dino's Bait Shop 11.3 miles
Fife Creek 4.4 miles
Flagg Lake 6.6 miles
Gar Creek 4.1 miles
Haskell Lake 12.1 miles
Haskell Lake Dam 12.2 miles
Inola Creek 11.3 miles
Jackson Bay 12.2 miles
Kelly Lake 10.3 miles
Legas Lake 8 miles
Long Bay 11.8 miles
North Bay 12.1 miles
Pea Creek 10.6 miles
Pecan Creek 9.9 miles
Runaround Lake 12.5 miles
Salt Creek 12.5 miles
Snake Den Lake 11.1 miles
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Oklahoma Fishing Licenses

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About Wagoner County (OK) Fishing

Whether you’re fishing for Bigmouth Buffalo, Carp or Striped Bass, or one of the other fish found near Wagoner County, we can tell you where to find them, how to bring them in, and who's having success. So find your new favorite fishing spot near Wagoner County, and grab your favorite fishing gear. All that, including links to your local fish and wildlife websites, record catches for a location, photos, GPS coordinates for where the fish can be found, and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Pick a nearby city and get started.