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Overholser

Lake Photograph: 

Oklahoma City's oldest reservoir, Lake Overholser was built in 1919 and connects to Hefner Lake by a canal.

Size: 1,500 surface acres

Depth: 6 feet average, 13 feet deepest

Attractions: Covered fishing pier, boat ramps, tending docks, handicap facilities and fish attractors. A covered picnic pavilion is available on advance notice. Picnicking, fishing, sailing, boating and personal watercraft are permitted. Swimming is prohibited.

Region: 
Central

Latest Fishing Report

Submitted by:
Vince Mesis
Date:
09/18/2017
Lake Elevation:
Normal
Water Temp and Clarity:
murky to muddy

Action: Slow
Baits:  Cut Bait, Live Bait, Punch bait
Locations: Below the dam, Main lake

Action: Slow
Baits:  Crawfish, Cut Bait, Jigs, Shrimp
Locations: Below the dam, Main lake, Points

Action: Slow
Baits:  Jigs, Minnows
Locations: Discharge, Docks
Additional Information:
Sunfish are biting on worms and small jigs in the shallows in the main lake and below the dam.