Re: A First Timer's Guide to The Lower Mountain Fork River
I have not been on this site in almost four years. Time goes by fast when work distracts you.
I have not been on the Lower Mountain Fork in several years, but I always stop by the Three Rivers Fly Shop. Linda and Jesse King run the place and they always provide good service, good advice, and reasonably priced products. They are right down from the Hochatown Lodge. The last time I was there was right after the flood and it tore out a lot of the good fishing spots. The state went back in and rebuilt them and from what I have been told the new spots are as good as ever. Some have told me it is even better than before the flooding. This is also a good place to canoe and kayak.
Enjoy the area. It is beautiful One has to be reminded one is in Oklahoma. It is not flat or dry.
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