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The Wilderness Is Calling

The air just smells different on the first morning of the season. Maybe it’s because the woods seem like an uncharted wilderness in the hushed hours before dawn. Maybe it’s the soft crush of damp leaves underfoot as you trek your way to camp. Or maybe it has to do with the adrenaline rushing through your veins as you line up the perfect shot when your target comes into view.

If you’re a hunter, you get it.

So why not claim the perfect hunting land for yourself? A place you can make your own and escape to anytime. A place full of the memories you’ll make and the stories you’ll tell. We can help make it happen.


  • Southeastern Oklahoma is the only location in the state where bear hunting is legal. The bear-hunting counties include Choctaw, Haskell, Latimer, Le Flore, McCurtain and Pushmataha counties; and that portion of McIntosh, Muskogee and Sequoyah counties south of Interstate 40; and that portion of Atoka, Bryan, McIntosh and Pittsburg counties east of U.S. Highway 69.
  • Lake Texoma has one of the largest populations of striped bass in the nation, earning it the nickname “Striper Capital of the World.”
  • The top typical whitetail buck in Oklahoma was taken with a gun by John Ehmer in 2007 in Pushmataha County. It scored 194 0/8.


Part of preparing for an outdoor adventure is making sure your license is up to date. Thankfully, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) makes this easy by offering access to purchase any license online. If you’d rather purchase your license in person, they can help with that, too. Click here for a directory of local agents to find the location closest to you.


Counting down the days to your next adventure? From squirrel to deer, the ODWC has you covered with online schedules for every season. They also offer a hunting regulations guide available for free download, so you can be certain you’re hunting safely and within the parameters of the law.


Oklahoma is home to 84 deer processors, making it easy to bring your meat from harvest to table. If you’re interested in helping the less fortunate, check out the Hunters Against Hunger program, which allows hunters to donate their harvest at participating processors.


Want to be part of preserving the beauty of Oklahoma? The ODWC provides many assistance programs for those with a desire to aid in habitat conservation and wildlife improvement. For landowners in Atoka, Bryan (east half), Choctaw, Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore, McCurtain, Pittsburg, and Pushmataha counties, free seedlings can be ordered as part of the “Trees for Oklahoma Pine Seedling Program.” Contact your local OFS Forester for more information.


Oklahoma hunter education must be completed by anyone between the ages of 10 and 30—otherwise, they will be given an apprentice-designated license. The program is available online as a 4-hour course or in-person as an 8-hour course and is recognized in all states, as well as Canada and Mexico.