Edwards Park

Edwards Park

Contacts

Fees & Facilities:
Game Warden (County):
(405) 203-3178(Oklahoma)
(405) 203-3176(Oklahoma)
(405) 343-5489(Oklahoma)/(405) 343-5489(Canadian)

The lake features two fishing docks, two fish feeders, and a sidewalk all the way around it. The average depth is 7 ft. 

New for 2021 - 2022 season.  Rainbow trout fishing in Oklahoma City will take place at Route 66 Park pond (9901 NW 23rd) and Edwards Park pond (1515 N. Bryant Avenue).

Details:

  • Fish are purchased with funds provided by Trout Unlimited-89er Chapter, Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.  
  • This special, wintertime, trout season is headed into its 33rd season.  
  • The OKC trout season runs from December 1 through the last day of February.
  • The trout are purchased from out-of-state vendors and stocked roughly every other week.
  • Stockings are subject to change or cancellation due to bad weather/equipment failure.

Rules and regulations:

  • Only one pole or rod and reel per person is allowed.  The use of remote vehicles is prohibited.
  • Only three trout per person per day may be kept. 
  • Culling is not allowed. Culling is replacing a previously caught fish with a larger or fresher one.
  • Once a fish is placed on a stringer, in a fish basket, or in any other container, it's considered harvested.
  • Anglers must label their stringer/container of kept fish with their name and state fishing number while fishing.
  • Only fishing from the bank is allowed. This means no wading, no tubing, or use of actual boats. 
  • An Oklahoma fishing license is required of all anglers unless exempt.
  • In addition, an Oklahoma City fishing permit is required for all anglers unless under 16 or over 62 years of age.

1515 N Bryant Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73117

Lake Details

Shoreline Length: 0.50 mi.
Max. Depth: 9.10 ft.
Surface Area: 4.90 ac.

Located

Oklahoma County

The area has three pavilions and a playground. It is operated by the City of Oklahoma City.

The lake gets stocked with hybrid Sunfish and Channel Catfish.  Currently, it is also stocked seasonally with rainbow trout.

Billy Underwood, 12/05/2021
Billy Underwood