McCurtain County

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Largemouth Bass

Where: Broken Bow Lake, Glover River, The Red Slough, Upper Mountain Fork River

When: May - March

Record: Broken Bow Lake: Largemouth Bass 11.52lbs, 11oz caught by Bill Cross March 1999

Brown Trout

Where: Lower Mountain Fork River

When: Year-round

Record: Lower Mtn. Fork River: Brown Trout 17lbs 4.64 ounces 2008

Rainbow Trout

Where: Lower Mountain Fork River, Lower Illinois River

When: Year-round

Record: 13 lbs., 7 oz., Cedar Lake, 2013

Catfish

Where: Broken Bow Lake

When: Year-round

Record: 98 lbs., Lake Texoma, 2004

Walleye

Where: Broken Bow Lake, Upper Mountain Fork River

When: May - March

Record: 12lb, 13 oz., Robert S. Kerr, 2004

Perch

Where: Broken Bow Lake, Glover River

When: Year-round

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Crappie

Where: Broken Bow Lake, Pine Creek Lake, The Red Slough

When: Year-round

Record: 4 lbs., 15 oz., Kingfisher Pond, 1991

Smallmouth Bass

Where: Broken Bow Lake, Glover River, The Red Slough, Upper Mountain Fork River

When: May - March

Record: Broken Bow Lake: Smallmouth Bass 5.7 lbs., caught by Chuck Tillman Feb 2008

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Beavers Bend is an angler’s dream destination. Whether you prefer to wade out into the river with a fly rod, or sit in the troller pulling out bass, the fishing in southeastern Oklahoma never disappoints. For the fly fishing enthusiast, the Mountain Fork River is prime territory. Stocked year-round with trout, the river also features a nearly four-mile “trophy section,” where boats and barbed hooks are not allowed. Broken Bow Lake features 180 miles of shoreline, and its rock-lined floor provides some of the clearest water in the region. McCurtain County also boasts Pine Creek Lake, and Oklahoma’s only free-flowing river, the Glover River. Whatever stream or species you prefer, find your pause fishing in McCurtain County and discover what’s biting around the Beavers Bend.