Lake Hulah

Discussion in 'OKLAHOMA LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by Mr. Foster, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. Mr. Foster

    Mr. Foster New Member

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    Anyone fishing Lake Hulah? Im from S.E. Kansas gonna be spending some time down there. Wandering if the fishing is any good. I fish for flatheads mostley. Im not asking for any spots, jus curious how fishing is there. thanks.
     
  2. catfishcentral

    catfishcentral New Member

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    Forget the lake and fish the 14 miles of Caney River and Pond Creek above the lake. Hulah at normal pool level is pretty shallow. It's a old lake impounded in 1951 and there's ton's of sediment in the lake. If the lake is above pool level you can get into the river from the lake if not there's a ramp Rocky Ford just above the lake.
     

  3. Mr. Foster

    Mr. Foster New Member

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    I am going to the Caney jus out of Cedar Vale Kansas today. Thanks for your input.
     
  4. catfishcentral

    catfishcentral New Member

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    How did you do on the Caney....I haven't been able to make it out in a while so I wanted to hear a good fish story.:big_smile:
     
  5. Quackshutr

    Quackshutr New Member

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    I like the Caney too!

    Q
     
  6. Mr. Foster

    Mr. Foster New Member

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    This is kinda a late response, lol. When we got to the river the tornado sirens blew and we had to run to cover. Never saw anything. All I got to do is throw my net once and run, lol. I will be back there soon. Maybe then ill have a fishing story that is good.
     
  7. AC1981

    AC1981 New Member

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    Is the catfishing pretty decent in the Caney above Hulah?
     
  8. brownie

    brownie Member

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    The catfishing in the Caney is very good. Set-lines and jugs are good choices. Summertime produces good flatties on live bait.