Arkansas Fishing Reports

Updated: 2/6/2016

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Beaver Beaver Tail water Bull Shoals Greer's Ferry Kings River
  Millwood Norfork Norfork Tail water White River

 

White River

Updated 2/5/2016

Report by: BERRY BROTHERS GUIDE SERVICE  Fly Fishing For Trout            ABIGAIL’S BROWN Article
 

During the past week, we have had a rain event (less than a half inch here in Cotter), cold temperatures and heavy winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell four and eight tenths feet to rest at sixteen and five tenths feet above seasonal power pool of 659 feet. This is nineteen and five tenths feet below the top of flood pool. Upstream, Table Rock fell one foot to rest at two tenths of a foot below seasonal power pool and sixteen and two tenths feet below the top of flood pool. Beaver Lake fell six tenths of a foot to rest at seven and two tenths feet above seasonal power pool and two and two tenths feet below the top of flood pool. On the White, we had heavy generation this week with no wadable water. Norfork Lake fell three and three tenths feet foot to rest at seven and four tenths feet above seasonal power pool of 553.75 feet and eighteen and eight tenths feet below the top of flood pool. On the Norfork, we had heavy generation with no wadable water. 

The water level for the top of power pool has been reset for the lakes in the White River system. All of the lakes on this system are well above seasonable power pool and we should encounter lower levels of generation, on our tailwaters, with some wadable water, until flooding clears downstream, when we will encounter high levels of generation. 

In an effort to lower the lake levels before the spring rains, the Corps of Engineers opened eight flood gates. The combined outflow and generation equal 30,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) or the equivalent of ten full generators. Similar releases on the Norfork equal 10,000 cfs or the equivalent of three full generators. 

The Catch and Release section below Bull Shoals Dam was closed from November 1, 2015 to January 31, 2016 to accommodate the brown trout spawn. It is now open 

On the White, the hot spot has been the catch and release section below Bull Shoals Dam. The hot flies were olive woolly buggers (#8, #10), Y2Ks (#14, #12), prince nymphs (#14), zebra midges (black with silver wire and silver bead or red with silver wire and silver bead #16, #18), pheasant tails (#14), ruby midges (#18), root beer midges (#18), pink and cerise San Juan worms (#10), and sowbugs (#16). Double fly nymph rigs have been very effective (my current favorite is a hot fluorescent pink or cerise San Juan worm with an egg pattern suspended below it).  

The streamer fishing has heated up with the high water. With the heavy flows, the fish have been pushed to the bank. The best bet for large trout has been to bang the bank with large articulated streamers delivered with heavy twenty four to thirty foot sink tips (350 grains or heavier). You will need an eight or nine weight rod. This is heavy work but the rewards can be great.  

The Buffalo National River and Crooked Creek are high and off color. With the cold weather, the smallmouths are less active. Carefully check the water level before entering Crooked Creek or the Buffalo River. There are no dams on these streams. They both have large drainages and are prone to flooding during and following any rain event. The water can rise very quickly. 

The Norfork has been off color. The most productive flies have been small midge patterns (#18, #20, #22)  like ruby midges, root beer midges, zebra midges (black or red with silver wire and silver bead) and soft hackles (#14, #16) like the green butt. Egg patterns have also been productive. Double fly nymph rigs have been very effective. Try a small bead headed nymph (zebra midge, copper John or pheasant tail) suspended eighteen inches below a brightly colored San Juan worm (hot fluorescent pink or cerise #10). There have been reliable hatches of small midges (try a size 24 Adams parachute) and caddis (try a size 18 elk hair caddis). The fishing is better in the morning and late afternoon and tapers off midday. My favorite combination has been a cerise worm with a Sunday special dropper. 

Dry Run Creek has seen less pressure with the bad weather. It still fished well. The hot flies have been sowbugs (#14), Y2Ks (#12) and various colored San Juan worms (worm brown, red, hot fluorescent pink and cerise #10). While you are at the creek you should visit the Norfork National Fish Hatchery. It is fascinating. Be sure and remove your waders before entering to prevent the spread of aquatic diseases. 

The water on the Spring River is fishing well. This is a great place to wade fish, when they are running water on the White and Norfork Rivers. Canoe season is over and fishing is better. Be sure to wear cleated boots and carry a wading staff. There is a lot of bedrock that can get very slick. The hot flies have been olive woolly buggers with a bit of flash (#10), cerise and hot pink San Juan worms (#10) and Y2Ks (#10).  

Remember that the White and Norfork Rivers and Dry Run Creek are infected with didymo, an invasive alga. Be sure and thoroughly clean and dry your waders (especially the felt soles on wading boots) before using them in any other water. Many manufacturers are now making rubber soled wading boots that are easier to clean and are not as likely to harbor didymo. 

John Berry is a fly fishing guide in Cotter, Arkansas and has fished our local streams for over thirty years.

 COTTER TROUT FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND 

BY JOHN BERRY 

One of the things that I love about this area is the many festivals we have here that are sponsored by the various small towns. As a Cotter resident, I may be prejudiced but I think that the Cotter Trout Festival is hands down the best. For me the main draw is where it is held, Cotter’s Big Spring Park. This is a lovely spot on the White River that has several features that makes it one of the best public parks in the area. 

There is, of course, Big Spring, a large natural spring that is the local swimming hole, complete with a rope swing. The spring draws locals and visitors during warm weather. When my grandchildren visit, this is their favorite spot. There is a trout sanctuary in the outflow from the spring that is a Catch and Release fishery for children and the handicapped with regulations like Dry Run Creek. Along the sanctuary there are several sheltered picnic tables with charcoal grills. There is a bridge spanning the stream that allows you to access a nature trail or the White River. 

There is a covered pavilion for large groups and a charming gazebo. There are clean public restrooms, a lighted baseball field and a river access complete with a nice ramp. There is a strong identity with Cotter’s past as a major railway hub, in the park. There is a statue of a railroad conductor, a couple of railway cabooses and several interpretive signs.  

The idea of a trout festival in Cotter is logical. Our water tower proudly proclaims our title as Trout Capital USA. Fishing is the primary business here. There are classic trout docks, lodging, restaurants, and a fly shop all catering to the needs of trout anglers. There are several professional guides (including myself) that call Cotter home. 

The Cotter trout festival will be held in Cotter’s Big Spring Park on Friday, May 2 from 4:30 PM till??? and Saturday, May 3 from 7:00 AM until 4:30 PM. Admission is free. This is a family friendly affair and a great way to entertain everyone at a low cost. 

Friday is dedicated to the arts. My friend, Sandy Barksdale, has put together a plein air painting event in Cotter. There is a quick draw competition from 4:30 PM till 5:30 PM with judging at 5:30 PM. There is a barbeque dinner at a nominal cost with entertainment supplied by Cutthroat Trout Jazz Band. They performed at the Trout Nature Center Banquet last week and I really enjoyed listening to them. 

Saturday is a busy day starting with breakfast at the Cotter VFW at 7:00 AM. There is our annual parade at 9:00 AM. The Arts/Crafts/Exhibitors/Commercial booths all open at 9:00 AM. There are kid’s games, the AG&FC shocking boat and stocking raft. There is the fishing hole and fly casting instruction and fly tying demonstrations supplied by the North Arkansas Fly Fishers. There is a car show and several bands (Gravel Yard Blue Grass Band, Rio and Kent and Becky Coffey) for entertainment. 

As you can see there is something for everyone. I hope to see you there. 

ASK JOHN 

Wanda Windknots asks: are there any hatches happening on the Norfork?

Wanda, there are the usual midges, some caddis and the occasional small mayfly. 

John Berry

 

berrybrothers@infodash.com

www.berrybrothersguides.com

(870) 435-2169

Remember that the White and Norfork Rivers and Dry Run Creek are infected with didymo, an invasive alga. Be sure and thoroughly clean and dry your waders (especially the felt soles on wading boots) before using them in any other water. Many manufacturers are now making rubber soled wading boots that are easier to clean and are not as likely to harbor didymo.

Practice water safety and always check conditions before you leave home. 

John Berry is a fly fishing guide in Cotter, Arkansas and has fished our local streams for over thirty years.

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Greer's Ferry
Updated: 2/3/2016
Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 461.03

Outflow: 2601

Level: 7.11 feet high Temperature: low to mid 50s

Report by: Tommy Cauley of Fish Finder Guide Service  

The water level at Greer’s Ferry Lake is at 466.06 feet and falling pretty fast it is 4.02 feet above normal pool of 462.04 feet , the Temp is in mid 40’s now.  

The hybrid and white bass fishing is excellent around shad in pre stage areas, look for the shad in 20-40 feet of water some of the fish are in 70 but a lot have moved up and can be caught with in-line spinners, swim baits, hair jigs and spoons. no-report on Bream.  

The crappie are hanging around real shallow bushes or suspended in 15-30 feet of water over deeper water around brush piles or any wood is good using jigs and minnows.  

No-report on Catfish at this time, the river walleye are eating minnows bream, jerk baits, crank baits, small males have moved into the river system and the females will not be far behind them , try cloudy days and early and late in the day for the best results and for the hard core fisherman the night bite is the best.  

The bass fishing is good shallow on spinner baits and out on edges of deep flats and ends of points and 45 degree banks as well as bluff walls, on jerkbaits-rigs and football heads, on the 45 banks throw crank baits. 

Tommy Cauley

Fishing Guide  

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Beaver Lake

Elevation at Normal Pool: 1121.4

Outflow: 1119 cfs.

Level:  Temperature: 

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Beaver Tail water

 

 

No Report

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Kings River

 

No Report

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BULL SHOALS

updated 2/6/2016

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 657.0 

Outflow: 653

 Level:  Temperature:50s

Lake Map, Weather, Area Lake Services & Campground Info

Fishing Report by: Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock      "Braggin Board"

No Report

SO, COME FISHING WHENEVER YOU CAN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Practice water safety and always check conditions before you leave home.

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Millwood

Updated: 2/2/2016

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 259.20

Outflow: 4681 cfs.

Level: 5.05 feet high Temperature:  45 early to 50

Report by: Millwood Lake Guide Service        "Braggin Board" 

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The Overall Picture:  

As of Tuesday, 2 Feb, the lake level has dropped since last week, is approx 5.5 inches above normal conservation pool, and falling.  Heavy current remains in Little River with the gates discharge level around 14,854 CFS as of Monday.  Water temps were stable or slightly rose, over the past week.  Navigation considered hazardous, this week with the heavy current.  Use extreme caution with increased current in Little River; watch for floating logs, wide debris fields, and subsurface obstructions!  Surface temps as of Monday, are ranging 45ºF early to 50ºF range, depending on rain, wind, incoming fresh water, location, and time of day.  Several boat ramps and parks campgrounds have re-opened from recent high water flooding.  Some have not yet reopened and the Millwood State Park remains closed for repairs. 

Lake level as of Monday, is currently is 259.62 ft-msl, and falling with increased river current.  Normal consv. pool is 259.20 ft-msl.  As of Monday the tailwater level was 243.24 ft-msl.   

Clarity and visibility improved slightly over the past week, in most areas on main lake from past few weeks w/ the reduction of current and dropping water levels beginning to settle out.  As of Monday on main lake structure away from current, clarity & visibility ranges approx 8-15 inches.  Little River's visibility ranges 5-8 inches depending on location and current.  The oxbow's clarity ranging approx 12-24 inches depth of visibility depending on location.  Clarity and visibility can change dramatically on Millwood in just a few hours with high winds, rain, or thunderstorms. 

To volunteer for one of the cleanup dates or ramp and USACE park information, contact Tony Porter at the Millwood Tri-Lakes Project Office.  To receive project updates, daily lake level information updates, gate release flows, tailwater information, park and campground information, or volunteer, call the US Army Corps of Engrs toll-free Millwood Project information line at 888-697-9830 or the US Army Corps of Engineers' main number to verify another Corp of Engineers project is open, at 877-444-6777.  Call the Millwood State Park at 870-898-2800. 

The Details: 

Largemouth Bass:  The Bass have been slow over the past couple weeks with the colder night time low temperatures, increased current, and muddy water conditions.  Recently, warming conditions have improved bass activity, and several have been caught in the 3-4 lb class over the past week.  These fish were roaming flats near cypress trees and vegetation in the warmest period of the bright sun in 2-4 feet of water with good clarity.  Best reactions were on spinnerbaits and swimming a jig with a pork chunk trailer to get a quick reaction bite. 

During the warmest time of the day, typically noon-3pm, large, 3/4oz War Eagle Spinnerbaits in Hot Mouse, Spot Remover, and chartreuse/white colors have been working.  Swimming a Real Deal Custom Tackle jig in Chilipepper, Grape Melon Wine, or Watermelon-Candy/Red with a black pork chuck was drawing a reaction from 2-3 pound male cruisers on these flats.  Echo 1.75 Squarebills in Millwood Magic, Ghost, or Gold will get a few random bites during the warmer days in flats close to deep water creek channel swings as well.  Clearer water, again this week, seems to be their preferred hang out, furthest from Little River current.  Crankbaits had to be moved slow and deflecting off stumps and timber to get bit over the past couple weeks.  

Vertical jigging Johnson chrome/blue Splinter Spoons, Thinfisher, or Cordell jigging spoons with bucktails, have been taking some just keeper sized fish by vertical jigging standing timber in 10-17 feet depth ranges, close to or in deeper water standing timber.  The key to finding quality fish that are active continues to be away from current, and muddy high river flows of Little River where large standing timber stands are in 12-20 feet depths. 

Magnum size 3" to 4" big tubes and gizzits with rattles continue to get a reaction on cypress knees in 9-12 feet depth in backs of the oxbows where you can find any clearer water sections.  Black/blue tail, pumpkinseed/chartreuse tail, and black neon colors continue to be best color selections. 

Swimming a Bang Die Dapper in Trickster, Houdini, Pumpkinseed/Chart belly colors continue working on a swim jig head or weighted swim bait belly hook rig.  Working the swim baits in same areas on flats near cypress and in pockets of vegetation  along edges of vegetation grass lines and dead lily pad stems approx 5-9 feet deep will pick up random, cruising, solitary bass in the 3-4 pound class. 

Bang Fat Jobs are working, wacky rigged in the same areas as the Die Dappers, in blueberry, junebug, and watermelon/red&green glitter colors. 

White Bass:  Schools of Whites have re-appeared upriver near White Cliffs and Browns Slough. Backwater sloughs feeding Little River, just out of the main river current, were holding some good schools of whites over the past week.  These Bass were hitting squarebill crankbaits and medium running cranks from 4-9 feet depths.  2 fishermen caught over 50 in a couple hours this past week.  These Bass maybe getting ready to start their annual migration routes up Little River for the spawn. 

Crappie:  no report with the current as it exists in Little River.  

Cats:  Cats continue biting consistently over the past week with the current in Little River on trot lines using cut shad, buffalo, and chicken livers from 9-11 feet deep. 

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Surface temps as of Tuesday, 2 Feb are ranging 45ºF early to 50ºF range, depending on rain, wind, incoming fresh water, location, and time of day.  Use extreme caution during navigation, with current in Little River and draw at the dam.  Wide debris fields, floating trees, logs and timber can be observed in heavy current.  Navigation is considered cautious with heavy current, limbs, logs, grass mats, and debris. 

Lake level currently is 259.62 ft-msl, and with swift river current, which is approx 5.5 inches above normal conservation pool.  Normal consv. pool is 259.20 ft-msl.  Gate discharge rate around 14,854 CFS. The tailwater level is 243.24 ft-msl.  

Clarity and visibility has much improved, more especially the oxbows.  Main lake structure away from current, clarity & visibility ranges approx 8-15 inches.  Little River's visibility ranges 5-8 inches depending on location and current.  The oxbow's clarity currently ranging approx 12-24 inches depth of visibility depending on location.  Clarity and visibility can change dramatically on Millwood in just a few hours with high winds, rain, or thunderstorms. 

To volunteer for one of the cleanup dates or ramp and USACE park information, contact Tony Porter at the Millwood Tri-Lakes Project Office.  To receive project updates, daily lake level information updates, gate release flows, tailwater information, park and campground information, or volunteer, call the US Army Corps of Engrs toll-free information line at 888-697-9830 or the US Army Corps of Engineers' main number to verify another Corps of Engrs project is open, at 877-444-6777 or the Millwood State Park campground at 870-898-2800. 

Wear your Life Jacket and kill switch!!  If you are suddenly or unexpectedly thrown from your boat, it could be your only chance of survival.  Use caution navigating Little River in low light conditions, SLOW DOWN, and pass friendly to other boaters!  As always, careful watch for any random floaters and debris in Little River's current, and wearing your PFD and kill switch is a requirement! 

Visit with us on our website, YouTube, and on Facebook, for the most current Millwood Lake fishing and water conditions report, updated weekly.  See some great catch and release photos, sponsor links, tons of great information and resources on the lake available to you, along with excellent related direct links to Arkansas' State Parks, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's Black Bass Program, The US Army Corps of Engineers, Arkansas.com and tons more great fishing stuff.... 

Come see what all the excitement's about! 

Mike 

Thanks for your interest in Millwood Lake Guide Service ~ Arkansas' Best Bass Fishing!

Mike Siefert

Owner/Operator

www.MillwoodGuideService.com

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22+ years in the professional guide business on Millwood Lake, since 1990!

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Norfork

Updated 2/6/2016

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 550.2 

Release Rate: 32705 cfs.

Level:  Temperature:

Lake Map, Weather, Area Lake Services & Campground Info

Report by: Tim Partin of 101 Grocery and Bait 

Fishing Norfork Lake has been great this March.

Don't miss out on the 2nd annual Norfork Lake Fishing Derby being sponsored by the Norfork Lake Chamber of Commerce. It is easy to enter, just stay and register for the Derby at a participating Norfork Lake lodging facility. You could win up to $1,500. Catch the longest fish in 3 different species (striped bass, black bass and crappie) and become a winner for 2014. The Derby runs through June 15, 2014. For more information go to www.NorforkFishingDerby.com or call 870-492-5113. Spring is the best time to catch many big fish on Norfork Lake. And remember to bring a Big Net!

For information on the Jordan Campground, please call (870) 499-7223 or Jordan Marina at (870) 499-7348.  The Jordan Campground is open from April 1st to October 1st.

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Updated: 2/6/2016

Report by: Lou Gabric of Hummingbird Hideaway Resort

The fall fishing season on Norfork Lake is starting to take off. The stripers, hybrids and white bass are schooling and following the bait fish. I have fished the last 7 days with success each day, but as usual some days are better than others. I have been fishing anywhere from my cove then going east of Cranfield and also north of Cranfield. All my fishing areas have been within .1 to 8 miles from our resort. This isn't to say fish are not in other areas of the lake, I am sure they are, but I can only cover so much water in a day. The continual weather pattern changes effect the fish and the locations where you will find them. On windy days go into the wind blown creeks and coves especially if the wind has been blowing into the area for several days. Windblown banks are also a great place to check. 

I have had good success for stripers, hybrids and white bass. One of the biggest changes that I have noticed is that the better bite for me has been mid day. I typically sunrise and sunset times, but for whatever reason it is different right now. I am sure the feeding time will change soon so I guess you all will need to fish from sunrise to sunset. :-) Earlier in the week I was finding them halfway back in creeks and coves in 30 - 40 feet of water. As the week progressed I noticed the bait fish were moving out to the mouth of the creeks and coves and also into deeper water. Yesterday I found a lot of bait on the bottom in 40 - 50 feet of water and the fish were in the area. The biggest challenge that I have had is that when I find a big school of feeding fish and hook up immediately, but by the time I get the fish in the boat the school has disappeared. I continually move around in the same area slowly until I find the next school of fish. They may be close to the bank or out in the middle. Over the last week I have only been vertical jigging with a 3/4 ounce spoon. Color really doesn't matter much when you get into a school of fish, but I typically use a spoon with the predominant color being white. As the lake water cools the bait will start to migrate out to the main lake and the fish will follow. It will not be long before fishing the big flats will become the main areas where I will concentrate my fishing habit. 

Bass fishing has also been good. My main area of success has been part way back into creeks and coves, vertical jigging a spoon in 25 - 35 feet of water. Here again I move slowly jigging as I move trying to keep the spoon as vertical to the bottom as possible. Casting out a jig & pig or really any plastic bait on the bottom in the 15 - 35 feet water range will bring up some nice fish. Two days ago I landed a nice 20 inch largemouth that I released immediately. Walleye will also be in the same area. Yesterday I landed 3 walleye, but all were 1/4 - 1 inch short of the 18 inch minimum length limit. 

Not a lot of news on crappie fishing. I pick up a few strays while striper fishing. I did catch a nice 15 3/4 inch crappie in 50 feet of water the other day. I have heard you can find them on 20 - 35 feet deep brush, but here again one day they are there, but the next day gone. As the water cools they will start to associate more to the brush piles than they currently are.  

Bluegill fishing is still very good with crickets being the bait of choice. Find brush in 20 - 30 feet of water and drop the bait down from 15feet to the bottom and you will catch some nice big slabs. 

Catfish are biting good on trot lines and jugs using live bluegills as bait. Coves and creeks are a great place to set up. I have also picked up the occasional catfish while vertical jigging with a spoon. They do give a great fight. 

Norfork Lake level has finally stabilized at 553.72 which is basically normal pool. Very minimal power generation has occurred over the last several days. This will be a great thing for fishing as the continual draw down of the lake has affected the bite. The lake surface water temperature is 66 - 68 degrees depending on the location on the lake. The main lake is clear with the creeks and coves stained. The clearing of lake will start to happen as the water cools.

 

Updated: 2/6/2016

Report by: Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters

The striper bite continues all over Norfork Lake. The water has cleared on the main lake but the creeks remain stained and are the warmest water on the lake.  

Some stripers have moved up Bennett’s arm, Big Creek, and Brushy Creek, but a large number of stripers are being caught off the main lake points. There is a strong topwater bite in the Cranfield area and the Big Creek arm. The water temperature has gone up to the high-sixties and the creeks are in the low seventies. I took Clayton and Dave out for their first striper trip. We were fishing Big Creek and the bite started right away. Clayton caught a fat 15 lb striper and then it was Dave’s turn. They took turns catching striper for over 3 hours. We caught 10 and kept 5. We had to cut our trip short due an approaching heavy rain storm.  

The crappie bite has started however the weather this pass week continues to wreck havoc. Get a warm two days with a south wind and the crappies move into the shallows then a cold front comes and they move out. Just stay with it and you will catch crappies.  

The bass are starting to make their beds so it will not be long before they begin to spawn. For you out of area folks, you might want to get your calendars out a start making plans now. April looks like it’s going to be a great month to catch stripers.

You crappie folks should keep a close eye on current Norfork Lake conditions also as Crappie time will begin soon. A good place to start is on the web at ww.FishNorfork.com for everything Norfork Lake!  The Norfork Lake level is higher than its normal mid summer pool of 556.75 but has dropped 3 1/2’ this past two weeks. The water visibility is stained in the creeks and off color in the main channels. These make for excellent fishing conditions.

 

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Norfork Tail water

Updated 2/6/2016

Report by: Steve Olomon of Steve's Guide Service 

The Norfork Lake level is 558.2 and the water temperature is in the mid 60's and clear in the main part of the lake to the upper 60's in the creeks and they are starting to clear. The creeks  will get stained water again as we are expecting possibly a little over and inch of rain this evening.  

There are some stripers and hybrids coming up chasing shad early in the mornings. Throw a Zara spook or try a wake type bait. They are hitting live bait also. Find the baitfish and they will be close by. When they are not coming up try throwing a  swimbait or a soft jerkbait like a fluke or bass assassin.  

Some whites are coming up as well as the largemouth and Kentucky's.  

The bass are also hitting jigs, swimbaits, and floating worms close to the brush on the banks. The night bite is real good throwing stickbaits to the banks and you have to real them slow. The colors doesn't seem to make a difference. The bite has been starting just after dark.  

For more information on Lake Norfork go to www.LakeNorforkFun.com  or  www.FishNorfork.com 

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