Lake Stanley Draper Fishing Report near Hall Park, Oklahoma

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Draper update

on August 18th

Lake and all boating facilities are open now except gas. Found a report that said they stocked it with 80k 1.5in large mouth last year. Also found a map where they placed underwater pens and cages introducing new vegetation. Not sure how good the fishing has gotten.

Location Details
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass
Weight: 2lbs, Length: 16in.
Air Temp: 85 °F Water Temp: 80 °F
Gear Used
Soft Bait Worms

Draper bass

on August 5th

Update, Draper is open and all new including for boats. Lake level is highest ever.

Location Details
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass
Length: 16in.
Air Temp: 85 °F Water Temp: 78 °F
Gear Used
Soft Bait WormsSpinning Rods

Bass

on July 31st

Largemouth fishing is slow but can be caught on worms or flukes.

Location Details
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass

Low water

on March 24th

Boating is still closed due to low water levels.


No boats

on January 13th

Due to water levels boating is off limits for now.


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