Guided Lakes

Guided Lakes and Lake Limits


Keystone Lake

Limits – Striped bass = State Limit is 5 for this lake.  Hawker’s boat limit is  only two (2) may be 20 inches or longer.

Lake Keystone is the perfect place for great fishing (striper, bass, catfish), boating, water skiing and swimming.  Combined with the excitement of nearby Tulsa, it’s an excellent way to spend the day chasing stripers with  premier guide, Steve King from Hawker’s Guide Service.  Steve primarily fishes for stripers, sand bass and catfish on Keystone Lake year round and he is skilled at locating and catching these great predator fish.

Keystone Lake in northeastern Oklahoma is located west of Tulsa near Mannford.  Keystone Lake has 330 miles of shoreline and 23,610 surface acres.  Keystone is a great fishing lake with an excellent rebounding striper population.


Skiatook Lake
Limit – Striped bass hybrids (does not include white bass); five (5) per day, of which only two (2) may be 20 inches or longer.

Skiatook Lake is located on Highway 20, 4 miles west of the town of Skiatook, and 11 miles east of Hominy, Oklahoma; about a one hour drive from Tulsa. Gentle rolling hills of Blackjack and Post Oak interspersed with Tall Grass Prairie surround beautiful Skiatook Lake.


Elevated 714.0 feet above sea level, the lake has a surface area of about 10,500 acres and 160 miles of shoreline.
The shoreline is accentuated by steep picturesque bluffs which offer fantastic views. Boating, hiking, swimming, camping, picnicking as well as hunting and fishing are all popular activities at the lake.


Birch Lake

Hybrids; 20 per day, of which only five (5) may be 20 inches or longer.

Little Birch Lake is a hidden Gem of a lake just South & West of Barnsdall.  Only 1,100 acres, it is stocked annually by the ODWC with Hybrid Striper fingerlings and produces good numbers of quality sized Hybrids for those who know where to find them!  Also plentiful in this little Gem of a lake are Sandbass (White Bass), Crappie & Channel Cat.


Chouteau Bend (Grand/Neosho River between Hudson Lake & Ft Gibson Lake) – For Spoonbill and Sandbass.