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How did the Trout Fishes find their way to Arkansas?

If by chance, you get to go back in time to the early half of the 1940s in the state of Arkansas, there is one thing you will definitely notice. The rivers of the Ouachita and Ozark Mountains have absolutely no Trout, like Nil. Now, this might seem odd, especially given the fact that Arkansas … Continue reading "How did the Trout Fishes find their way to Arkansas?"


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High Water Brown Trout – White River, Bull Shoals

High Water Brown Trout – White River, Bull Shoals Often times, Trout anglers fear high water. Not so, on the White River, Arkansas. Six spill gates make for some of the most incredible, high water, trophy Brown Trout. I’ve found that high water makes these fish aggressive, and snap!! I change it up and it … Continue reading "High Water Brown Trout – White River, Bull Shoals"


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When you fish, White River Trout Fishing…

White River Trout Fishing is very popular trout fishing destination, offering World Class Trout fishing. Whether you are a beginner or an expert angler, trout fishing is one of the best ways to enjoy scenic beauty, wildlife, and the outdoors. Trout can be selective and finicky, sometimes not easy to catch. They are notorious for … Continue reading "When you fish, White River Trout Fishing…"


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Summertime Trout – White River Fishing Report

White River ‚ÄúThere is nothing better than a spring day in the Arkansas Ozarks fishing on one of our many rivers or streams or lakes. We’re partial to trout fishing on the White River, but when the Buffalo National River reopens, get ready for some great smallie fishing on water that has been untouched by … Continue reading "Summertime Trout – White River Fishing Report"


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