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Brush Pile Information in Oklahoma

Brush Piles otherwise known as "Fish Attractors" create perfect habitat and shelter for fish.  Basically, they are brush, tree limbs or discarded christmas trees that are bundled with an anchor and submerged under water.  These strategically located attractors can increase your chance for catching fish by angling on or near these submerged piles.

Birch, Keystone, Oologah and Skiatook lakes offer some aerial photos showing the locations of the brush piles they have installed.

For their information: Click Here

Many of our Oklahoma projects work with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and local volunteers to create these underwater habitats.  The Department also is licensed to manage many land and water areas on Corps of Engineer projects.

Visit the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's page.  There you will find the rules and regulations governing fishing and helpful information concerning fishing opportunities in Oklahoma. 

                            Click here and  GO FISH!

Before you go Bobber the Water Safety Dog says


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Brush Up on Safety!

Survey Boundary Plats

The plats for Robert S. Kerr L&D, Webbers Falls L&D, W. D. Mayo L&D and Eufaula, Fort Gibson, Tenkiller Ferry, Oologah and Wister lakes are available in an expandable text format and arranged by Township and Range.

To go to the page....Click Here

For survey boundary plats regarding any other project, you can find the projects contact information on this website.