Outdoor Oklahoma

ODWC's TV show, Outdoor Oklahoma showcases the best of hunting, fishing, and wildlife diversity in our great state. We document Oklahoman's stories of hunting, fishing, or just enjoying the outdoors, where you, the outdoor enthusiast, is the star. We also feature ODWC's expert biologists, game warden's, and employees helping make our state an outdoor destination, and a pinnacle in conservation

Outdoor Oklahoma has aired on OETA for over 45 years and we are proud of our partnership with Oklahoma's premiere public broadcast station. We also air on various low power small municipal stations in Guthrie, Stillwater, and Enid.

But of course, you can always subscribe to our Youtube Channel:

Watch Outdoor Oklahoma on your television:
OETA Sundays at 8am http://www.oeta.tv/
Guthrie TV GTTV20 cityofguthrie.com/index.aspx?NID=123
Stillwater KWEM-LP TV31 TV31.net
Enid on Channel 11 and 111 enidtv.org

ODWC Management Projects

Video Description:
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.


Fishing Notebook

Video Description:
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.


Ryan and Todd Fishing

Video Description:
Our host, Todd Craighead, shares a special day fishing with a little girl who has the same rare birth defect as him.


How to Hunt Morel Mushrooms

Video Description:
Spring time is a perfect opportunity to hunt not only turkeys, but a rare delicacy of the woods, morel mushrooms.


Bassmaster Classic 2016

Video Description:
The 2016 Bassmaster Classic was held in Oklahoma at Grand Lake in NE Oklahoma and the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. We show you highlights from this event as well as take you behind the scenes and show you what happens to the fish once they are weighted in on the arena stage. We also give you a look at what its like to be a fishing industry insider. Additional footage courtesy of B.A.S.S.


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FEATURED IN THE MAY/JUNE 2019 ISSUE:

  • Learn about a team effort among state universities to study sensitive aquatic mayflies and dragonflies in "Fishing Out the Flies" by Wildlife Diversity Information Specialist Jena Donnell.
  • "PG13's Passion" reveals how NBA All-Star Paul George's foundation is helping to build a new urban fishing dock.
  • Information and Education Specialist Darrin Hill explores how Oklahoma's Boy Scouts were among the earliest to honor conservation efforts in "Blazing the Trail."
  •  Longtime bass angler Bobby Bell reflects on how his favorite pursuit has evolved over the years in "The More Things Change ... ." 
  • In the regular "Watchable Wildlife" feature, Education Intern Laura Eckart profiles the Bald Eagle, the national emblem of the United States.
  • Our regular "Off the Beaten Path" section features "Game Warden's Journal," "Game Bag," "Outdoor Calendar" and much more.
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