Pine Creek Lake (Google Map) is located on SH 3 25 miles east of Broken Bow and 30 miles west of Antlers. Pine Creek Dam is located 9 miles north of US 70 on N 4470 Rd.
U.S. Corps of Engineers manages campgrounds with full RV hookups, boat ramps and fishing piers.
- JC's Store(4456 Pine Creek Rd, Valliant, OK 74764)- (580) 933-4957
- Hookers Live Bait Fire & Ice(9114 US-259, Broken Bow, OK 74728)- (580) 236-4784
- Walmart Supercenter (Broken Bow)(501 S Park Dr, Broken Bow, OK 74728)- (580) 584-3324
- Red Barn Propane - Bait, Tackle(2926 US-Hwy 70, Hugo, OK 74743)- (580) 317-9479
- Walmart Supercenter (Idabel)(1907 SE Washington St, Idabel, OK 74745)- (580) 286-6696
- Beavers Bend Marina(196 Marina Ln, Broken Bow, OK 74728)- (580) 722-5200
- Beavers Bend Fly Shop(545 Beavers Bend Rd, Broken Bow, OK 74728)- (580) 494-6071
- Walmart Supercenter (Hugo)(1911 E Jackson St, Hugo, OK 74743)- (580) 326-6494
- Sardis Lake Custom Lures(481 SE SW 240th Rd, Tuskahoma, OK 74574)- (918) 942-8118
- Rebel Bait Shop(400 Main St, Haileyville, OK 74546))- (918) 297-7405
The old highway 3 & 7 bridge extends a considerable distance into the lake, offering easy access. For additional info contact McCurtain County, (580) 933-4239.
(Below Pine Creek Lake Dam)
Methods: Trotlines, throwlines, limblines, yo-yos and juglines prohibited from the dam downstream for a distance of 2,000 feet. (Also see “Tailwaters” regulations.)
Pine Creek Lake Report
Jun 2. Elevation is 2 ft. above normal (rising), water temperature 68°F and murky. (USACE Lake Level)
Bass, Largemouth Good on Alabama rig, jerk baits, plastic baits around points, river channel.
Crappie, Black Fair on minnows around points, standing timber.
Catfish, Channel Good on chicken liver, crawfish, punch bait, stinkbait around below the dam, creek channels.
Report submitted by Mark Hannah (Game Warden McCurtain County)
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