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Arbuckle Lake

The Lake of the Arbuckles is a 2,350 acre reservoir formed by the impoundment of Guy Sandy, Buckhorn, and Rock Creeks, approximately 8 miles southwest of Sulphur in Murray County, Oklahoma. It was constructed by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1967 and has a watershed of 126 square miles in south central Oklahoma.

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Latest Fishing Report

Submitted by:
Jack Melton
Lake Elevation:
Above Average
Water Temp and Clarity:
64 stained to clear

Action: Good
Baits:  Alabama Rig, Flukes, Jigs, Tube Jigs
Locations: Coves, Main lake, Rocks, and bluffs up Buckhorn Crk.

Action: Excellent
Baits:  Grubs, Jerk Bait, Jigs, Lipless Baits, and smaller jigs
Locations: Creek channels, Dam, and up creeks along creek channels

Action: Good
Baits:  Jigs, Minnows
Locations: Brush structure, Coves, Creek channels
Additional Information:
Some bass are still on beds to be caught .