Grand: May 8. The lake elevation is above average, water is 68 and stained. Crappie are fair on jigs, minnows and plastics along brush structures, shallows and shorelines. White bass are fair on plastics, and spoons below the dam, in shallows and in main lake. Catfish are good on shad below the dam, in shallows and in the main lake. Crappie are good on shad below the dam, in the main lake and the shallows.Submitted by Game Warden Marni Loftis

Eucha: May 7. The lake elevation is above average, water is mid 60's and muddy. Largemouth bass are slow on jigs and spinnerbaits along riprap, shallows and weed beds. White bass are slow on jigs and plastics in creek channels and riprap. Catfish are fair on chicken liver, shad and worms along the channels, spillways and riprap. Submitted by Game Warden Cody Norris.

Hudson: May 7. The lake elevation is below average, water temps are 60s and the water clarity is muddy. Largemouth bass are slow on crankbaits, jigs, topwater and spinnerbaits at the points, coves, shallows and shorelines. Catfish are excellent on chicken liver, cut bait, shad and worms in coves, points, relines and standing timber. Paddlefish are excellent snagging at the river channel and below low water dam. Submitted by Kody Moore.

Spavinaw: May 7. The lake elevation is above average, water temps are low 60s and water clarity is muddy. Catfish are good on chicken liver, shad and worms in creek channels and discharge. Submitted by Game Warden Cody Morris.

Ft. Gibson: May 3. The lake elevation is rising, water is 21' above average. Catfish are good on live shad and worms in the creek channels. All other fishing is slow due to rising waters.Submitted by Rick Stafford in Wagoner.

Lower Illinois: May 7. The lake elevation is above average, water temps are 65 and water clarity is murky. All fishing is slow. Trout are slow on Powerbait below the dam. White bass are fair on crankbaits and jigs, in the river mouth where it mixes with Arkansas River. Submitted by Warden Jeremy Bersche.