Warmer temperatures on the Beaver Lake tailwaters have been a bit of a detriment, but fishing reporters still say some good trout can be found.
The Jason Becker family from Illinois had a big day on Greers Ferry Lake last week with guide Tommy Cauley, catching several limits of fish. Photo provided by Tommy Cauley.
A happy day is had with a nice trout catch on the cool Beaver Lake tailwater in northwest Arkansas. Photo by Austin Kennedy.
Jimmy Crowl, an Oklahoma rancher who has been fishing the White River for 25-plus years, caught this brown trout at the Rainbow Bridge at Cotter, his first catch of a brown at the bridge site. No doubt this catch made for a happy day, and the water there is perfect for cooling off from this heat. Photo provided by Cotter Trout Dock
A couple of happy anglers from Northwest Arkansas landed their limit of stripers on Beaver Lake recently. Photo by Mike Bailey
A young angler lands a rainbow in the Spring River with guide Mark Crawford.
Mike and Florence Galloway of Kansas caught a nice limit of striper Tuesday morning with guide Mike Bailey on Beaver Lake. Bailey says that Mike Galloway is a disabled Navy veteran and avid angler that caught striper fever a few years ago. Mike and Florence make their way down to Beaver several times each year to chase their favorite fish, Bailey adds. There were all done by 7 a.m., he says. Photo by Mike Bailey.