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Saline River

Area Specific Regulations
Smallmouth bass daily limit is two and each must be at least 12 inches long to keep.At Lyle Park | Handicapped-accessible fishing pier is available.From Highway 79 (Cleveland County) to Stillion Bridge | Pregnant women, women who may become pregnant, women who are breast-feeding, and children under the age of seven should not eat flathead or blue catfish, gar, bowfin, drum, pickerel, largemouth bass or redhorse (20 inches or longer) because of mercury contamination. Others should not eat blue or flathead catfish, gar, bowfin, drum, pickerel, largemouth bass (over 16 inches long) or redhorse (20 inches or longer) and should not eat more than two meals per month of largemouth bass (13 inches to 16 inches long). Other fish may be eaten without restriction. From Stillion Bridge to the Ouachita River | Pregnant women, women who may become pregnant, women who are breast-feeding, and children under the age of seven should not eat flathead or blue catfish, pickerel, gar, bowfin, drum, largemouth bass (13 inches or longer) or other species of bass because of mercury contamination. Others should not eat flathead catfish, gar, bowfin, drum, pickerel or largemouth bass (over 16 inches long) or other speci