- Area Specific Regulations
- Smallmouth bass daily limit is two and must be at least 12 inches long to keep.
- Trout daily limit is five. A trout permit is required to keep trout.
- Legal to take game fish with spear guns during season.
- District Information
- Fishing Information
Lake Greeson is the southernmost of Arkansas's five diamond lakes (Catherine, DeGray, Greeson, Hamilton and Ouachita). Despite many attempts to introduce native aquatic vegetation, Greeson is devoid of submerged grasses. Known for extremely good crappie fishing, Greeson boasts one of the largest collections of manmade artificial brush attractors in the state. Hundreds of fish attractors made from PVC, wood and bamboo have been placed in the lake to help anglers find locations to search for fish. Visit the AGFC's Interactive Map at the link below to view and download the coordinates to these attractors.
- Major Sportfish
Black crappie, white crappie, largemouth bass, spotted bass, white bass, redear sunfish, bluegill, channel catfish, blue catfish, flathead catfish
- Management Plan
US Army Corps of Engineers
- Points of Interest
- The Lake Greeson WMA offers ample opportunity for hunting deer and small game.
- Daisy State Park is on the shores of the lake and offers an ATV riding trail, a mountain bike trail, more than 100 campsites with a variety of options, a yurt rental, boat rentals, picnic areas and a playground.
Visit the Arkansas State Parks website for more information.