Above Lake Greeson, smallmouth bass daily limit is two and each must be at least 12 inches long to keep.From Lake Greeson (Narrows) Dam to Ouachita River, smallmouth bass daily limit is one and must be 18 inches or longer to keep.On the Narrows Tailwater (from 100 yards belowÂ Narrows Dam to the low-water bridge at Muddy Fork Road:A trout permit is required.Anglers may use no more than two fishing rods or poles and must attend them at all times. No other devices may be used to catch fish.AllÂ brown troutÂ must be released immediately.In the following areas, trout must be released immediately. Only artificial lures with single, barbless hooks may be used (natural or scented baits are not allowed). Chumming is not allowed.Narrows Catch-and-Release Area (100 yards below Narrows Dam to the upstream end of Riverside Park).Narrows Summer Catch-and-Release Area (Upstream end of Riverside Park to the gas line crossing above River Ridge pool, May 1-Oct. 15).Narrows Winter Catch-and-Release Area (300 yards downstream of Hinds Bluff Access to 300 yards upstream of Old Factory Site (Weir 2), Oct. 16-April 30).
Above Lake Greeson (Ouachita Zone Quality Stream) and downstream of Narrows Dam (trout management zone)