Lake Hall

By:  Larry Cofer, Fisheries Supervisor. Phone (580) 529-2795

Location: Lake Hall is located in Harmon County, 13 miles north of Hollis (S10,T4N,R26W). Vegetation around the lake is shinner oak-grassland type.

Driving Directions: From Hollis – 10 miles north on State Hwy 30, 1 mile west on E1510.

Recreational Facilities: The lake has one boat ramps, five fishing jetties, a fishing dock, picnic tables, and latrines. Hollis is the nearest town in which to obtain picnic and fishing supplies. Hall anglers can pursue crappie, sunfish and channel catfish.

Lake History: Lake Hall was constructed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1954 and renovated in 1985

Physical Description:

Surface area...... 36.0 ac.
Volume ...........400.0 ac.ft
Average depth.........11.2 ft.
Shoreline development............1.9
Maximum depth .................... 29.0 ft.
Shoreline length ...................... 1.6 mi.

Fish Species of Interest:

Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Channel Catfish, Saugeye, Bluegill, Redear Sunfish

Description of Fish Management Practices:

Hunting: All forms of hunting are permitted during open hunting seasons from September 1 through spring turkey season. Hunting is restricted to shotguns and bows only. These lakes are closed to antlerless deer harvest, except during archery season. Hunting and shooting other than provided above is prohibited. “Closed areas” may be designated for purposes of safety and/or security.

MAP OF LAKE

RULES REGULATING USE OF DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATION  OWNED LAKES