For trout fishing- you many options: 1. fish the Upper Mountain Fork, fish the creeks around the Upper Mountain Fork. If you fish the river, there are three zones that clearly identified. Zone 2 is a barbless , no live bait bait zone with a daily limit of 2 over 24. Zones 1 and 3 are OK for live bait and barbs. Limit is 7 no size restrictions. You can fish from the banks or on the river, use a canoe. By the fly shop, you can put in a canoe or rent one. The fishing is up river to the first bend in the middle of the river. Large rainbows can be caught there. 7 is your limit. In the creeks, the trout are also big but, they stock 10 inchers twice a month or more.
Broken Bow lake- shore fishing is good in the morning at dawn and dusk- black bass, smallmouth, whites and crappie. If you have a boat- the lake is open and very large. Find structure and you find fish. Walleye can be found on the rocks at 20-30 FOW. Top water bite is good on early AM and late PM. Any where you find structure should produce. You can launch at Stephans Gap.