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Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Dec. 1, 2022

Regular Fishing Report contributor Lou Gabric of Hummingbird Hideaway Resort on Norfork Lake welcomed four of his nephews to the lake during the Thanksgiving holiday, and they had a big time fishing. From left to right are Lane Floyd of Johns Island, South Carolina; Kenton Luff of Austin, Texas; and Cameron Luff and John Creighton from Spring, Texas.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Nov. 17, 2022

Tome Kelly had a great day on Norfork Lake this past week, catching some healthy stripers on a spoon in 40 feet of water fishing out of Blackburns Resort and Boat Rental. Photo provided by Steven Street.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Nov. 3, 2022

Robert Halverson, who visits Arkansas several times a year from Florida to try out several of the state's tailwaters, was throwing a streamer pattern recently called the Swim Coach and landed this dandy brown trout on a chilly morning on the Little Red River. Photo provided by Mike Winkler.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Oct. 27, 2022

Randy Thurman of Little Rock went slinging for largemouth and white bass with guide Mike Siefert at Millwood Lak recently. Here's one of his nice white bass. Both species are back to biting well following last week's cold spell, Siefert says in his report this week.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Oct. 20, 2022

An angler from Kansas (left) was fishing with guide Austin Kennedy (right) when he brought in this nice walleye out of the Beaver Lake tailwater below the Beaver Lake Dam. This tank of a walleye measured  31.5 inches and weighed over 13 pounds, Austin reports.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Oct. 13, 2022

One of guide Austin Kennedy's clients, this one from Texas, enjoyed landing a 25-inch walleye in the Beaver Lake Dam tailwater recently. Photo provided by Austin Kennedy.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Sept. 29, 2022

Chuck Lajuanesse returned to the Spring River to join guide Mark Crawford on the trek for hungry smallmouth, walleye and trout. Crawford said the river is low but clear and at the right temperature for a good bite from those species.