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Fishing Contact: (918) 299-2334

Hunting Contact: (918) 629-4625

Game Warden: (918) 625-6801, (918) 625-6363, (918) 645-6116, (918) 381-4099, (918) 640-0316, (918) 857-5557, (918) 440-9880

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Operator: USACE


Area Descriptoin/Facilities: Keystone Lake is located approximately 20 miles west of Tulsa and sprawls across Creek, Osage, Pawnee, and Tulsa Counties and impounds the Arkansas and Cimarron Rivers.  The lake has multiple State, Corps of Engineers, and city run parks and campgrounds for tents and RV's, or cabin rentals.  There is a large variety of recreational opportunities including nature trails, ATV area, and water sports. 

Physical Description: Keystone Lake is 23,610 acres with a shoreline length of 296.5 miles, a capacity of 557,600 acre-feet, and a maximum depth of 73 feet.  Normal pool elevation is 723 feet above sea level and it impounds the Arkansas and Cimarron Rivers.

Species of Interest: Largemouth Bass, White Crappie, Paddlefish, White Bass, Striped Bass, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, and Flathead Catfish

Management Practices:

Link to Lake Website:

Latest Fishing Report

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    Lake Elevation:
    Below Average
    Water Temp and Clarity:

    Action: Slow
    Baits:  Minnows
    Locations: Docks

    Additional Information:
    No fishing report available. All water frozen and roads are closed below the dam. Use extreme caution when around water and ice.