Fishing in Heyburn Lake Area
Heyburn Lake offers 920 surface acres and 52 miles of shoreline for fishermen to explore and enjoy. Anglers prize Heyburn Lake for its abundant catfish and say that the trot lining for catfish here may be the best in the state. Fishermen also flock to the arms of Polecat, Tiger and Brown creeks adjacent to the lake to fish for largemouth bass, crappie and sunfish. So grab your rod and pack your tackle box up and head to Heyburn Lake.
The Heyburn Lake area includes Sahoma Lake in nearby Sapulpa where visitors will find 340 surface acres to enjoy and Pretty Water Lake, also in Sapulpa, offering 25 surface acres of spring-fed water. At Sahoma Lake guests can enjoy year-round fishing opportunities in the indoor heated fishing dock, as well as other amenities such as a boat ramp, ADA accessible fishing dock and covered picnic areas. The on-site Sahoma Bait & Concession Store provides indoor restrooms and sells live bait, food, beverages, and city permits for fishing, boating, camping, and hunting. Fishermen can try their hand at catching a variety of species including bass, channel catfish, crappie, perch, and bluegill. Located adjacent to Sahoma Lake, Pretty Water Lake has a stocking program for trout and channel catfish that keeps fishermen returning.
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.