Lake Fort Gibson Fishing Guide
Fort Gibson Lake runs through Mayes, Wagoner, and Cherokee counties in Northeast Oklahoma located east of Wagoner and north of Ft. Gibson. It has 225 miles of shoreline and 19,900 surface acres.
What We Fish For
Stripers - have no arched back and the lines /stripes are unbroken. Inside of the mouth, there will be two long oblong shaped patches on the tongue.
Hybrids - have a slight arched back and some of the lines / stripes have broken lines. Inside of the mouth, there will be two oblong shaped patches on the tongue.
White Bass - have a noticeable arched back with faint lines that are usually unbroken. Inside of the mouth, there will be a heart-shaped patch on the tongue.
For more in-depth information on fish identification on these and other types of fish, follow the link to the Oklahoma Wildlife website, Fish Identification Tips.
Stripers - Hybrids and White Bass
OKWD Fishing Reports
For the latest Oklahoma fishing reports from the Wildlife Department for the Northeast part of the state, click here. These reports are updated on a regular basis, generally once a week.