May 6, 2021
Doug Isanhart of Conway enjoyed the brown trout fishing on the misty White River below Bull Shoals Dam on Monday of this week. With guide Doug Hagee, the two Dougs caught eight browns between 18 and 22 inches, as well as two rainbos over 17 inches. Photo provided by Doug Isanhart through firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 29, 2021
Ty Rowland caught this crappie recently at Blue Mountain Lake. Crappie around the state had a late start to the spawn, but it is in full swing now according to guides and anglers in this week's Fishing Report. Photo provided by Kim Rowland.
April 22, 2021
Cam Patterson, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences chancellor and avid outdoorsman, caught this nice brown trout on the Little Red River while being guided by Casey Hughes between Ramsey and the 305 Bridge. Cam was u sing a yellow streamer. The photo was taken by Graham Patterson and made availabe via Facebook by the Little Red River Foundation.
April 20, 2021
HARRISBURG — The shovels may be done turning dirt at Lake Poinsett, but biologists are still busy laying the foundation for good fishing in the newly renovated lake in Poinsett County. Last week, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission stocked thousands of baitfish into the waters of the refilling lake in an effort to produce a fantastic fishery in the coming years.
April 15, 2021
Caroline Beavers brought in a 19-inch brown trout on the Little Red River this week. Photo provided by Greg Seaton.
April 8, 2021
Neil Ward (above) of Texarkana joined angler (and Fishing Report correspondent) Charles Abernathy on Dierks Lake where they caught a nice mess of crappie. "It was a good day," Charles reports. Charles' dog, Charlie, got to go along as well
April 7, 2021
MAYFLOWER — Anglers on Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir will again see improved infrastructure to help them navigate its waters safely with a new phase of boat lane renovations later this month. Contractors working with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will use a specially modified barge to cut stumps under the water’s surface that have posed navigational hazards for decades and given the lake the nickname “Ol’ Stumpy,” from its anglers.