OLAP Update 03/29/2018

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March 29, 2019

Paddlefish on Salt Fork of Arkansas River


Good reports for paddlefish snagging at the OLAP Stream Access Area, Kay_F001, on the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River. This Stream Access Area is southwest of Ponca City. Visit the online OLAP Map Directory for location information. Statewide regulations for paddlefish apply, refer to OK Fishing Guide for more info.


Be advised, roads may be muddy due to rain, use caution.

New Walk-in Hunting Areas: Open April 6


Two new Walk-in Hunting Areas: Archery/Shotgun Only, will open on April 6. These areas are in south central OK in Johnston County totaling ~730 ac. Opportunities good for deer, spring turkey, and others. Habitat consists of crosstimbers and rangeland. These areas are ~1 mile west of Arbuckle Springs WMA; visit the online OLAP Map Directory for location information

Prescribed Burn Season


Please monitor the email newsletter and OLAP Facebook page for information on areas being temporarily closed for prescribed burns. Currently, prescribed burns are planned for properties in Blaine and Harmon counties. Dates will be announced based on optimal weather conditions.


No new property removals.

Temporarily Closed

No Walk-in Areas are currently Temporarily Closed.

Prescribed burning planned for properties in Blaine and Harmon counties, updates issued as needed.

Interactive OLAP Tour

Want to learn more about the Oklahoma Land Access Program? Click here to take the Interactive OLAP Tour.

Explorer App

Use the free ArcGIS Explorer App to bring the OLAP Walk-in Areas to your mobile device (data signal required). Once the app is installed on your device, search the Maps for "OLAP" and select the ODWC OLAP Web Map".

Click here to download the ArcGIS Explorer App on your Apple or Android mobile device.

Digital maps can be accessed via browser and/or the Explorer mobile app. Direct link to online maps.

You can also visit the OLAP webpage to downloaded updated PDF maps. The link to the PDFs is under the "maps" tab (scroll down). Direct link to PDF maps.



Administered by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, The Oklahoma Land Access Program (OLAP) provides financial incentives to landowners who allow public access for hunting, fishing, stream access, and wildlife viewing opportunities on private lands. No additional permit is required by sportspersons to access OLAP walk-in areas, however hunting and fishing licenses are required, respectively, unless a person is exempt.

Consult regulations before entering OLAP Walk-in Areas. Visit the OLAP webpage to learn more.