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Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Dec. 9, 2021

Tyler Murphy hooks and tries to bring in a white bass while fishing with his dad, Ron Murphy, and Millwood Lake Guide Service in a recent trip. The Murphyes, from New Mexico, boated over 33 white bass in a few hours of fishing on Millwood.

 

 

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Dec. 2, 2021

Brandon Suga didn't let low water conditions in the Spring River spoil his fun while fishing with guide Mark Crawford. Suga landed this nice rainbow recently. Photo provided by Mark Crawford.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Nov. 24, 2021

Dan Hicks landed this nice walleye in the Rambo area of Beaver Lake last Saturday, Nov. 20.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Nov. 18, 2021

Collin Hodges was fishing for crappie with minnows on the Saline River last Sunday with Tom Snyder when he accidently caught a very nice bass instead. It looks like it was a good day all around on the Saline. Photo provided by Tom Snyder.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Nov. 11, 2021

The Koehlers, a father and son from Paris, Arkansas, landed several Norfork Lake fish recently, including this nice hybrid caught this morning vertical jigging with a spoon. Photo provided by Lou Gabric.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Nov. 4, 2021

Adam Mitchell's smallmouth catch in the photo may not have been the biggest fish around, but Spring River guide Mark Crawford assures that it was "a strong fighter." Adam and Mark beat the sudden winter-like temps for a good day of smallmouth fishing on the Spring, which is low right now, but the weather should turn back to brisk, fall-like temps with sun this weekend. Photo provided by Mark Crawford.

Arkansas Wildlife Weekly Fishing Report

Oct. 28, 2021

You're never too young to start appreciating the brown trout that are prevalent in the White River at Cotter. Browns are beginning to make their reeds, the areas where they leave their eggs during spawning season, in shoals around the White, so watch out for them. Let those little ones hatch so our little ones can enjoy even more of them. Photo provided by Cotter Trout Dock.