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Helping anglers fi nd Oklahoma’s big ones As Oklahomans have learned from the


Dust Bowl days and from decades of spo- radic droughts—you can never have enough water. And if you’re going to have a good water supply—like the series of lakes the Sooner state has created—those waters can also be used to satisfy fi shermen and sup- port a pocket industry. According to the Oklahoma Department


of Wildlife Conservation’s (ODWC) 2016 reg- istry, there are more than 100 people li- censed as fi shing guides, who are willing to take anglers to places the “big ’uns” dwell. “There’s an annual fi shing guide license


Fishing guides take anglers on expeditions to land the best catches.


that people have to have to be fishing guides and outfi tters. The license fee is set by the Oklahoma legislature,” noted Micah Holmes, an information supervisor for the ODWC and associate editor of Outdoor Oklahoma magazine. Holmes said typical anglers using the services of a guide are often people who


only go out fi shing once or twice a year. Many of them don’t have boats and they’re from outside the area; they’d rather pay someone to take them where the fi sh are and also clean their fi sh. A majority of guides on the ODWC’s reg-


istry work the waters at the state’s largest lakes such as Texoma, Eufaula, Grand Lake, Tenkiller or Keystone. Some also take fi sh- ing expeditions down the Lower Illinois River or the Arkansas River. “Texoma is a very popular lake, especial-


ly for people from Oklahoma City and Dallas,” Holmes said. “A majority of fi shing guides work there because you can work both the Oklahoma and Texas sides of the lake and because so many people want to go fi shing for stripers.” For contact information on Oklahoma


fi shing guides, check the registry on the ODWC website, www.wildlifedepartment. com.


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