~ FISHING REPORT ~ 
Updated 5/17/2019

Broken Bow lake is 9 ft above normal with temps ranging in the upper 60’s to low 70’s. With all the recent rain, the lake level is continuing to stay extremely high. The water level will fluctuate depending on more rain and the Corps ability to begin to generate water pulling the level down. They have already began this process at the time I posted the report.

 May and June are good fishing months with several varieties of fish that can be caught. Of course with the water levels changing, the fishing will change also. As the lake level stabilizes I will post a more in depth report on what to target and the techniques to use to catch different species. As of right now it will be a day to day pattern. Just keep an open mind and fish the conditions each day. Wind direction, type of day, and water temps are good to start with. The fish are scattered with this much water right now, so try different depths and techniques until the fish show you what to do. Hopefully I will have a more defined report next month. Until then GOOD FISHING!!!

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If you have any questions, feel free to call or text me at:
 870-582-4561
or email me at:
brokenbowlakeguide@gmail.com

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Congrats to Broken Bow Lake Guide Service contract guide, Mike Newman, on the new state record Smallmouth Buffalo weighing in at 66 lbs 3 oz! This outweighs the previous state record by 22lbs - the largest margin of any Oklahoma state record breaking fish in recent history. Mike caught this beast on a rod and reel using 8lb test line and a swimbait.