2017 Season of Outdoor Oklahoma
Thank you for watching the 2017 season of Outdoor Oklahoma. This season includes how to get started Dutch Oven Cooking, How to bank fish for catfish, Bald Eagle Research, Snake Identification, Flyfishing on Doc Hollis Lake, Crappie on Pine Creek, Bass Fishing on Dripping Springs Lake. Stay tuned as this exciting season unfolds. If there is a specific episode you are looking for use the drop down menu on the left side of the video to choose a specific video.
2016 Season of Outdoor Oklahoma
The 2016 Season of Outdoor Oklahoma included some real trophies and treasures. We went pronghorn hunting in the panhandle, picked up trash along the Arkansas River, learned to Hunt Mushrooms and went behind the scenes at the Bassmaster Classic 2016. This season allowed us to catch Trophy Bluegill on Doc Hollis Lake, hunt turkey on a Drummon Teacher Turkey Hunt, we learned ODWC Management Projects, learned how to catch fish on Grand River with the folks from Fishing Notebook, and we even followed Todd Craighead as he fished with a little angler named Ryan. We learned how to catch Striped bass on Keystone Lake, catch Stripers on the Red River, went fishing on an Oklahoma Pond, and learned how the ODWC Game Warden's are using social media how to fight poachers. To finish up the season we learned how the ODWC is educating our state's youth in with Outdoor Education, how one Fly Fisher is giving back through fly fishing and Project Healing Waters, we were introduced to the New ODWC Director, JD Strong, and went on a bio-survey on Cookson WMA, went Hunting with Kids, and tagged along with the Daugherty family as they went Pheasant Hunting. If there is a video that you would like to view specifically, use the drop down menu on the upper left hand side of the video.
2015 Season of Outdoor Oklahoma
The 2015 season of Outdoor Oklahoma took us on a journey. We learned about an Oklahoma meteroglitst, Lacey Swope and her love for the outdoors, went fishing for stripers during the winter, had a Historic Flood, learned how Cedar Lake Manages Trophy bass and Blue Catfish on Texoma, went on a Tall Grass Prairie baseline research, learned how to get primed for Turkey Season, catch Crappie in Springtime, Catch Hybrid Striped Bass, we learned how to to make our own DIY Softbaits and went fishing on Pine Creek Lake, went fishing on New Spiro Lake, had a 40th Anniversary Special, made a bow with a Caddo Tribe historian and member, Phil Cross, Made a Knife, went Smallmouth bass Survey and Wintertime bass Fishing, hunted for Ducks with the DU, learned the importance of Mentoring and Trail Cameras, learned how to get started Bird Watching and how to build an Eastern Bluebird nest box, and went duck hunting on the Sequoyah NWR. If you are looking for a specific video is the menu on the upper left hand side of the video.
ODWC Management Projects
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's wildlife and fisheries divisions are involved with many projects on an annual basis. This episode discusses some of those projects, such as ODWC lake renovations, fish attractors, prescribed burns and goose banding.
Tag along with Paul and Debbie as they you how to catch sandbass with live shad and then snag a paddlefish all in one day.
FEATURED IN THE JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 ISSUE:
- A new wildlife management area opened to the public this past autumn. Readers get a first look at Arbuckle Springs, perhaps the most ecologically diverse public areas managed by the Wildlife Department..
- Want to see a remarkable sampling of nature? Look no further than Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in far southeastern Oklahoma. Wildlife Diversity Information Specialist Jena Donnell tells us about this area that was recently named to the U.S. Forest Service's 2017 list of Top NautreWatch Viewing Sites.
- Our annual report on Controlled Hunt Selections can be found in this issue. Learn how you can play the odds to possibly increase you chances of getting drawn for your hunt of a lifetime.
- In the regular "Watchable Wildlife" feature, Laura Eckart profiles America's tallest bird, the whooping crane. These birds have made a respectiable comeback from the brink of extinction with the help of intensive conservation efforts.
- Our regular "Off the Beaten Path" section features "Game Warden's Journal," "Game Bag," "Outdoor Calendar" and much more.
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