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Operator: The City of Tulsa

Biologist: Brad Johnston, 918-542-8423


Area Description/Facilities: Eucha Lake has several areas with primitive camping and restrooms and public access boat ramps.  The upper end which is East of the highway 59/10 bridge, there are ramps on both the north and south sides just west of the 59/10 bridge, Old Eucha is on the north side of the lake in the mid-lake region, and there is also a ramp on the north side of Eucha dam which is on the far west end of the lake.

Physical Description:  Eucha Lake is comprised of 2,812 surface acres with 48 miles of shoreline. Normal pool elevation is 778 feet, with a capacity of 74,456 acre-feet of water and a maximum depth of 83.2 feet. 

Species of Interest: Largemouth Bass, Black and White Crappie, White Bass, Channel Catfish, and Flathead Catfish

Management Practices: Florida Strain Largemouth Bass have been stocked since 2016.

Link to Lake Website:

Latest Fishing Report

  • Submitted by:
    Riley Willman
    Lake Elevation:
    Water Temp and Clarity:
    60’s and Clear

    Action: Good
    Baits:  Crankbaits, Jerk Bait, Plastics, Spinnerbaits
    Locations: Brush structure, Coves, Docks, Rocks, Shorelines

    Action: Excellent
    Baits:  Jigs, Small Lures, Spoons
    Locations: Coves, Creek channels, River Channel, River Mouth

    Action: Good
    Baits:  Hair Jigs, Jigs, Minnows
    Locations: Brush structure, Docks
    Additional Information:
    White Bass are in abundance at the mouth of Spavinaw Creek and Dry Creek.