March 17, 2022
Guide Craig Yowell (left) enjoys the celebration as angler Eric Underhill from Colorado holds on to a 34-inch, 25.8-pound brown trout caught in the Bull Shoals Dam tailwater out of Cranor's White River Lodge this past weekend. Yowell says the trout took the bait to the middle of the river, then back to the shoreline for a 7-minute tussle with Underhill. Photo courtesy of Craig Yowell.
March 10, 2022
Tom Kelly from Mountain Home is shown with some of his crappie catch last week fishing out of Blackburn's Resort and Boat Rental. Tom was fishing with a Bobby Garland Jig in 25 feet of water about 5 feet down. Photo provided by Steven Street.
March 3, 2022
Brad Sherrill and Scotty Smith caught an amazing 5-fish stringer of black bass totaling 28.84 on Sunday at the Central Arkansas Bass League tournament at Lake Maumelle. Their catch included the Big Bass of 7.3 pounds. They were fishing deep with Alabama rigs. Sounds like the big bass are on at Lake Maumelle.
Feb. 24, 2022
Kim Emrich holds two beautiful Beaver Lake walleye that she caught recently while fishing with guide Jon Conklin. The walleye were caught on Flicker Shad in the river arm. Photo provided by Jon Conklin.
Feb. 10, 2022
Spring River guide Mark Crawford is excited about the smallmouth bass action that's going on on the Spring. Mark guided Chuck Lajeunesse to a nice smallie this past week. The Spring is almost at its average flow. He says, “The smallies are biting but they have been down deep in the deeper pools. Gotta work the bottom slow with a sink tip or heavy fly. Gonna hang up a lot, so bring plenty of flies. The winter time can be the best time to catch a big smallie.”
Feb. 3, 2022
A nice rainbow is displayed by an angler named Miles from Wichita, Kansas, who was fishing with guide (and Fishing Report contributor) Mike Winkler recently on the Little Red River. They were fishing pink San Juan worms on a deep-water nymph rig out of the boat with the floodgates open at Greers Ferry Dam. Photo provided by Mike Winkler.
Feb. 2, 2022
LITTLE ROCK — Hunters, anglers and other conservation-minded Arkansans may want to head to their nearest Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration office as soon as they can to be sure they get the latest Arkansas conservation license plate, as this one is likely to sell out quickly.