Ozzie Cobb Lake, constructed in 1958, is operated by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. It is located 3.5 miles Northeast of SH 3 off of N4295 Rd via Cloudy Rd. The lake offers 116 surface acres and 4 miles of shoreline. The habitat around the lake consists of cattails, rush, lilies and water willow. A large portion of the North and Northeast part of the lake is very shallow. the lake has four marked fish attractors made up of brush piles. Staff refurbished these attractors in 2020. Work has been ongoing to provide camping opportunities and enhance bank angler access. Access roads that did not lead to the water have closed.
Shoreline Length: 3.10 mi.
Volume: 833.00 ac. ft.
Max. Depth: 22.00 ft.
Surface Area: 58.00 ac.
ODWC manages a primitive camping area and primitive boat ramp.
Notable Characteristics of Lake: Lake is easily accessible by boat. Several fishing jetties providing additional bank fishing opportunities.
Total Largemouth Bass abundance was low during 2021 electrofishing surveys but was made up of larger sized individuals. Channel Catfish Abundance is high.
Channel and/or blue catfish: six combined per day.
Allowed methods: up to two rods and reels per person and bowfishing.
Open only from Sept. 1 through the end of spring turkey season each year. Deer hunting restricted to shotgun or archery only.
CLOSED SEASONS: Bear, Muzzleloader, Turkey Fall Gun, Trapping