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FISHING REPORT

Weather and water conditions keep changing week by week, and the brown trout bite keeps changing right along with it. From a burning fast retrieve with a 7inch fly, to a perfect dead drift with a dead shad imitation, it takes a diversified portfolio of presentations to stay on fish right now. Warm temperatures and […] READ MORE >>
Plenty of quality brown trout were caught this past week on all manner of flies and techniques. Full profile streamers chucked on 8 weights with sink tip lines caught their fair share, but drifting shad patterns and dredging eggs both are producing quality fish as well, if not better fish. Brown trout can be lazy […] READ MORE >>
Every year Jason King and Nick Groves make the 3200+ mile round trip from Ontario to Cotter for the Streamer Lovefest, and a few days on the water hunting a beast. This year they got one, with Jason’s big male, pictured above on a Galloup streamer, reward for years of commitment to big flies, big […] READ MORE >>
Winter streamer fishing is in full swing, and the nice catches are rolling in. Several fish over two feet were caught this week, including a 29 inch brute. It’s the possibility of fish like this that keep you casting and stripping despite the stinging hands and sub-freezing wind chill. Comfort just doesn’t always fit into […] READ MORE >>
WAs long as Bull Shoals Lake remains in flood pool, we will likely see round the clock releases of high water like we’ve seen for about two weeks now. Steady high water makes for prime streamer fishing conditions because fish can reliably be found making use of bank structure, flooded grass beds, vertical edges adjacent […] READ MORE >>
Unseasonably warm temperatures early this week made for some comfortable outside time, something unexpected for early January. One might expect low water during such a warm spell, but a swelling Bull Shoals Lake has the powers that be feeling generous with their distribution of water. The river has been up more than down over the […] READ MORE >>
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