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  1. Construction of Tishomingo National Fish Hatchery (NFH) began in 1928, and was in full production by 1931. This 235-acre hatchery lies adjacent to Pennington Creek in south central Oklahoma. Its basic mission is to produce warmwater fish, such as channel catfish and smallmouth bass, for distribution ...

  2. Sep 26, 2019 · Take a tour of Oklahoma City’s fish hatchery in honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day News Posted: Sep 26, 2019 / 11:12 AM CDT / Updated: Sep 26, 2019 / 11:12 AM CDT

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    Most fish spawn only once a year, and keep in mind that private pond stocking is only one program of the hatchery system. Plans must be formulated before hatchery ponds are filled to determine the most important needs. Fish are distributed as long as the supply lasts. When fish are available (for channel catfish and bluegill approximately September 1 and largemouth bass approximately the following June 1) you will be notified by postcard with the date, time, and location where fish can be picked up. You, a relative, or a friend can pick up the fish as long as the notification card is brought to the pick up point. Fish must be picked up at designated sites on designated days. Failure to pick up the fish as designated on the notification will result in cancellation of the application. Upon reaching the pickup location, the notification card must be presented to the hatchery personnel. The card will specify the species and number of fish that will be ready. Since largemouth bass, chann...

    The Department recognizes the needs of owners of new and reclaimed farm ponds. Our present program fulfills these needs at the lowest possible cost to the sportsman of Oklahoma. However, several requirements must be met before fish can be provided. 1. All ponds must be at LEAST 1/2 surface acre in size. If in doubt measure the length and width of the pond in feet and then multiply: length X width = square feet of pond ÷ 43,560 = surface acre(s). 2. Fish will not be provided for private ponds which have a charge for fishing. 3. NO POND CAN BE STOCKED THAT HAS AN EXISTING FISH POPULATION PRESENT. 4. There is a limit of three ponds or 10 acres total per applicant per year. 5. The applicant must have a current Oklahoma fishing license, NO EXCEPTIONS. The only income for operation of hatcheries comes from the sale of licenses. It is only fair that landowners receiving fish share in the cost of rearing these fish. 6. Law enforcement personnel are allowed to check licenses of those fishing...

    Fill out and print off the Fish for your farm pond application and mail it to the Department of Wildlife Conservation at the following mailing address: Fisheries Division Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation PO BOX 53465 Oklahoma City, OK 73152 (405) 521-3721 When you request the forms you should specify the number of ponds you wish to stock. ONE APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR EACH POND. If you would like to purchase fish to stock in your pond, call (405) 522-6128 for a list of commercial hatcheries. You can also go to the following website https://ag.ok.gov/aquaculture-program/for a list of Aquaculture License holders in Oklahoma.

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  4. A unit of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the Tishomingo National Fish Hatchery was established in 1929.Today, the hatchery encompasses 235 acres with 62 ponds, three fish holding houses used primarily as nursery areas, four 20-foot diameter fiberglass circular tanks and six large concrete raceways.

    • 5501 OK Hwy 7 W, Tishomingo, 73460
    • (580) 384-5463
  5. A state trooper gives a group of rangers their introduction to 'fast draw' in 1966. The agency built the first state fish hatchery at Medicine Park near Lawton after funding was restored by the state. Other subsequent hatcheries were built near Durant (1916-17), Tahlequah (1924-26), Heavener (1925-26), and Cherokee (1929).

  6. Find information about Byron State Fish Hatchery, an Oklahoma State Fish Hatchery

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