Operator: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Directions: Hwy 51 between Wagoner and Hulbert, Hwy 16 near Okay, Hwy 80 near Hulbert, and Hwy 412 East of Chouteau
Area Description/Facilities: Impounded in 1953 Ft. Gibson is the last lake in the Grand River chain and is subject to drastic lake level fluctuations. Located near Wagoner, Ok, Ft. Gibson Lake can be accessed through numerous USACE areas and two state parks, and it is very popular for all types of recreation. Ft. Gibson is a highly productive lake, where the Ozarks meet the central irregular plains. Rocky bluffs and outcrops dominate the east side of the lake, and shallower with gradual slopes on the west side.
Physical Description: 19,900 acres, 228 miles of shoreline, Average depth of 18.4ft
Species of Interest: Largemouth Bass, Black and White Crappie, White bass, Paddlefish, Blue, Flathead, and Channel Catfish. Other species available include Hybrid Striped Bass, Bluegill Sunfish, Redear Sunfish, and Green Sunfish
Management Practices: Special regulations include a 10" minimum and 15/day creel of White and Black Crappie.
Link to Lake Website: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/gateways/556