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First of all, welcome to Oklahoma Hunter.
The Keystone WMA that runs into Osage County is huge with lots of big trees along the lake and the Arkansas River that feeds it near Cleveland.
 

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First of all, welcome to Oklahoma Hunter.
The Keystone WMA that runs into Osage County is huge with lots of big trees along the lake and the Arkansas River that feeds it near Cleveland.
I will have to look into it, thanks! Looking at the wildlife dept website, Okmulgee public hunting land looks like it could be a good place, any experience there?
 

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I will have to look into it, thanks! Looking at the wildlife dept website, Okmulgee public hunting land looks like it could be a good place, any experience there?
No, I hunt further West of Tulsa. I have been on the Keystone WMA though on a couple of occasions to hog hunt, but none were seen. Lots of sign, but no pigs.
 
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