Keystone Lake Fishing Information!
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Keystone Lake is a watershed that has two rivers flowing into it. The Arkansas River comes in from the Northwest and the Cimarron River comes in from the Southwest. The Lake is well-known for stripers, catfish, white bass and crappie. You can also catch some good black bass. The lake produces a few smallmouth bass in February and July. Keystone has more bait fish than any more lake in the state. Gizzard shad is the predominant bait fish, mixed with a few threadfin.
Keystone Lake is a flood control lake, so conditions can vary greatly during throughout the year due to rainfall. Keystone can be at normal elevation one day and within 36 hours jump 5-10 feet. Dam generation also affects the fishing in the lake. Two good sources of lake conditions and fishing reports are:
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife
Southwestern Power Administration
Unfortunately Keystone does not have any black bass guides.
For Information regarding area facilities and amenities contact:
Sand Springs Area Chamber of Commerce
Mannford Chamber of Commerce
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