Keystone Lake Hunting
Keystone Lake has 16,537 acres of Public Hunting Land in Osage, Pawnee, and Creek Counties. There is camping within 50 yards of Public Use Roads. For more info contact the Keystone WMA at 918-245-1813.
Keystone Hunting Map
As the result of cooperative arrangements between the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Tulsa District Corps of Engineers, several tracts of Corps Project lands not normally open to hunting have been made available to Oklahoma sportsmen for restricted hunting. With the exception of the special restrictions outlined below, all provision of the Oklahoma Hunting Regulations for Corps of Engineers lands are applicable on these areas. The following areas are open for hunting of all species which may legally be taken during legal open seasons by shotgun with pellets and bow and arrow. Deer hunting is by archery only.
- a 420-acre unit including land north and south of the Cowskin North Recreation Area
- a 200-acre unit on the west side of the north end of the U.S. Highway 64 bridge
- a 515-acre unit north of New Mannford Ramp Area
- a 480-acre unit east of the Cimarron Park Area
- a 100-acre unit north and south of the Pawnee Cove Access Point
- a 200-acre unit in the Old Mannford Ramp area
- a 280-acre unit on the southside of the road ending at Washington Irving North
- a 120-acre unit west and south of the Sinnett Cemetery and south of the Old Keystone Road
- a 200-acre unit south of Highway 51 on Bakers Branch
Cleveland Fire Station, 111 W. Delaware.
Morrison Fisherman’s Cove, 2 mi. east of Hwy. 177 on Hwy. 15.
Pawnee Fire Station, 626 6th St.
Barnsdall BG’s Mini Mart, 412 W. Spruce.
Fairfax Fairfax Hardware, 229 N. Main.
Hominy The Buck Conoco, 502 E. Main.
Hulah Dam L & J Country Store, 2 mi. west of Hulah Dam on Hwy. 10.
Pawhuska Fire Station, 900 Lynn Ave.
Prue Ken’s Convenience Store & Bait, 13000 N. 209th W. Ave.
Rock Creek Midway Jct. Store, Hwy. 60 and Sunset Lake Rd. turnoff, 12 mi. E. of Pawhuska.
Shidler Anderson Texaco, Hwy 18.
Skiatook Mr. Bass, 4000 W. Rogers.
Skiatook Greenwood Fishing Center, 1 mi. west on Hwy. 20.
Bristow Stop N Shop, 210 W. 4th
Mannford R&S Conoco, Jct. Hwy. 33 & 48.
Oilton Fire Dept., Jct. Broadway & “B”
Sapulpa Fire Dept. 800 E. Dewey.
Broken Arrow Hood’s Sunoco, 105 W. Kenosha.
Glenpool Archery Pro Shop, 1/4 mile South of 141st and Hwy. 75
Owasso Clark’s Custom Processing, 1 mile East and _ mile North of Hwy. 169 & Hwy 146 Jct.
Sand Springs Fire Station, 217 N. McKinley.
LAW ENFORCEMENT HEADQUARTERS
Chief – Col. John Streich, Oklahoma City 405/521-3719
Assistant Chief – Lt. Col. Dennis Maxwell, Oklahoma City 405/521-3719
Training Coordinator – Captain Dekota Cagle, Hinton
OPERATION GAME THIEF TOLL-FREE HOTLINE
To report a fish or wildlife violation (no business calls, please) dial 800/522-8039 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Jamie Cole, Cleveland. . . . . . . 918/645-6116
**Doug Frazier, Skiatook . . . . . . 918/625-3160
Fred Sanford, Barnsdall. . . . . 918/625-3057
Bob Fleenor, Sapulpa . . . . . . 918/625-6801
Dwight Luther, Slick . . . . . 918/625-6363
**Gary Smeltzer, Mannford. . . . 918/760-4813
Carlos Gomez, Jenks. . . . . . . 918/633-1110
Kelly Roberson, Owasso . . . . . 918/640-0316