Fishing in Copan Lake Area
Copan Lake is an uncrowded and scenic area that draws anglers who enjoy this peaceful atmosphere. The 4,800 surface acres of Copan Lake teem with bluegill, sunfish, white crappie, black crappie, blue catfish, flathead catfish, channel catfish, white bass and largemouth bass. In the area, you'll also find the 3,500-acre Hulah Lake which is known to produce exceptionally large catfish as well as largemouth bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, sunfish and white bass.
Pack up your rod and reel and head to nearby Pawhuska where you'll find both Bluestem Lake and Pawhuska Lake. Bluestem Lake offers great fishing for whiskered channel catfish, speckled crappie, largemouth bass, lengthy saugeye, spotted bass, ray-finned sunfish and white bass. Or try your hand at catching sunfish in Pawhuska Lake which is known as the second best sunfish lake in the state.
Below you'll find information on fishing spots as well as professional fishing guides ready to help you increase the odds of reeling in a big catch in Green Country Oklahoma.