Langston Lake, Oklahoma

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Langston Lake in northern Oklahoma is located just southwest of Langston. Langston Lake has 8 miles of shoreline and 304 surface acres. This lake is owned by the City of Langston and is a great spot to fish for Channel Catfish and Largemouth Bass.

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Langston Lake has 8 miles of shoreline and 304 surface acres.

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(405) 466-3366

From Langston go about 1 mile south then west

Boat Ramps

Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass


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  1. My buddy an used to fish Langston lake 2 weekends a month it was kind our secret bass fishing hole. This was in the mid 90s when there was a large tree we right behind the boat ramp it was so close I had to dodge around it to keep from hitting my motor an transum on my bass boat. We sold that boat after both of us got married an had children. I’m in the process of buying a used bass boat an was wondering if the lake is still a great lake to spend the day fishing? Back when we fished the lake using watermelon power worns were deadly in the mornings an white spinners an buzz baits late evening. My plan is to sew up this boat purchase saturday. I want to fish Langston lake this summer.

    Can anyone advise what the bass are biting on these days. I have no problem sharing information on the lakes we fish this year. I live just 20 minutes from Konawa lake so I’ll be on Konawa at least twice a week! !

    • I live 2 miles away from Langston Lake. It is waayy down. The boat ramp is completely out of the water. It would need to come up 10+ feet before you could launch a boat. I have fished it many times when the water was up and usually did really well.

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