Verdigris River

Rogers - Oklahoma


  • 4 catches

  • 226 followers

  • 2 spots

A section of the Verdigris River in Rogers County, Oklahoma.

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Verdigris River Fishing Reports

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  1. Buffalo Fish with a panko jello

  2. Great area for blues to hold up in.

    Blue Catfish with a Live Shad

  3. Largemouth Bass with a Biffle Bug

  4. Sunken tree in a mini cove. Plenty of overhead shade from trees on upper bank.

    Natural Structure

    1. Matt Bruns 0
      Can you catch anything at the banks of the Verdigris River?
    2. Kevin Walk 0
      depends how much water is being let out of Oologah Dam. This particular spot however, (Bluff Landing) a trolling motor will work just fine any day.
    3. Nick Bagnaro 0
      Do you need a large motor for the verdigris or is a trolling motor sufficient?
    4. Guy Scott 0
      Hold it right
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  5. Details: 20 in. Largemouth Bass with a Plastics

    Still Prespawn

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