Turner Falls Park


Address
I-35 & US HIGHWAY 77
Davis, Oklahoma 73030

Contact
580-369-2988

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Turner Falls Park is located just under two hours away from Lake Texoma. Turner Falls is one of the most beautiful places to see in the state of Oklahoma. The falls is tucked away within the Arbuckle Mountains near I35 and Highway 77 in Davis, Oklahoma.

The falls historically are named after Mazeppa Thomas Turner. Mr. Turner discovered the area holding the largest waterfall within the state in the late 1800s. The park is a wonderful place to take the family and friends who live near Lake Texoma, or who are traveling to the area.

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 10)

GOOD. Water stained; 75 degrees; 1.96 feet above pool. Striped bass fishing is great using live bait, slabs or topwaters on the right day. The weather should fire them up this week, watch for birds bouncing around the banks and hovering over schooling fish in deep water along river channels and main lake ledges. Bass fishing is slow using top waters early along the bluffs and using electronics to fish brush piles in coves 10-20 feet of water. Slow and shrink your approach to match the hatch and the heat. Crappie fishing is good jigging brush piles using electronics in the little mineral arm of the lake and near docks. 12-15 feet of water finding structure and roaming fish on chartreuse and black jigs. Catfishing is good seeing channels coming off baited holes and punch bait in 15-25 feet of water. Blue catfish are roaming the deep water in 40-50 feet of water eating cut shad. Fish the rocks and deep flats. Report by Jacob Orr, Guaranteed Guide Service Lake Texoma. Stripers are excellent on topwaters, and the slab bite has really kicked off landing the larger fish. Live bait bite has slowed. Water clarity has improved and the recent flooding has subsided so the summer pattern has resumed. Look for white egrets feeding on fish midlake to direct the way to fish. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

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