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We have been busy whitebass fishing and bow fishing these past couple of weeks. We enjoyed shooting the Grand River Monster Bowfishing Tournament this past weekend on Grand Lake as we weighed in 15 big fish for a total of 189.9 lbs for an 8th place finish. Over 50 boats entered to shoot the 1300 miles of shoreline of our Grand Lake. Everyone that entered the tournament had great things to say about the tournament and Grand Lake.

Bowfishing has been great this year as early evening shooting has been great with monster buffalo camping on small gravel banks. We have found some monster gar on 3-4 ft mud flats.

Whitebass fishing is really great on the evening bite with 50-100 per trip. You can target whites in 15-20 ft of water with a 2 1/2 firecracker followed by a 1oz Bendable Minnow. Slowly bouncing the Bendable Minnow off the bottom has been hot!

As evening draws near, watch for surfacing fish in shallow water and retrieve your Bendable Minnow fast across the surface for some great fast...

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Fall in Oklahoma is a great time for motorcycle rides in Northeast Oklahoma, due to the great winding roads and beautiful fall foliage. One recommended trip is Claremore to Spavinaw. Many riders chose to lodge at Eagle's Landing Resort, due to close proximity to The Ozarks and Eastern Oklahoma.

OK-20 through Claremore & Spavinaw

Take a motorcycle trip on Oklahoma Highway 20 through Rogers and Mayes County and travel deep into the heart of northeast Oklahoma's Green Country and Grand Lake. Begin this trek at the Will Rogers Museum in Claremore to explore the life and accomplishments of Will Rogers, one of the most well-known celebrities of the 1920s and '30s, and view items from his extensive memorabilia collections. The museum plays Will Rogers movies daily and is a great way to learn about "Oklahoma's favorite son."

Heading east on Highway 20, cross through Pryor and continue over the Lake Hudson Bridge into Salina before turning north toward Spavinaw and hitting some great riding roads. This road is not for...

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