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FISHING REPORT

A nice rain shower on Wednesday knocked some of the dust and pollen out of the air. Mostly clear skies and highs in the seventies today and Friday, with another rain shower coming in late Friday. Then clear and mid-sixties Saturday, sunny and warm on Sunday with the high approaching eighty degrees. That’s a whole […] READ MORE >>
IT really didn’t take long for spring to let loose. All it took was some rain and one day in the 80s. Buds are popping out all over the river banks, the redbuds are in full bloom and yesterday we spotted our first dogwood of the season. White bass are moving up the creeks to […] READ MORE >>
Gusty March winds, changing flows, and cold water temperatures are a few of the challenges facing White River anglers right now, but the reward for persistence could be a personal best brown trout. A few large browns came to the net in the past few days, despite overall fishing being a little slow at times. […] READ MORE >>
With the Corps of Engineers conducting maintenance on hydropower units at Bull Shoals Dam, flows have been a bit erratic this week so far, from minimum flow to 17,000cfs and a lot of in-between. On top of that we’ve had a couple hard rains and the resulting runoff to deal with. It can happen any […] READ MORE >>
Bull Shoals Dam began releasing 19,000+cfs on Monday evening, and held it steady through Tuesday. Yesterday the flow slowed to 12,000+, then 11,000+, then 4,000cfs. The projection for today shows a steady two generators’ worth of water, likely around 6,000cfs. The steady release of heavy volume for a couple days straight appears to be a […] READ MORE >>
The White River is an ever changing fishery, and this week we’re back to serious change, with up and down river level fluctuations of up to eight feet. That magnitude of change is hard to deal with as an angler, but deal with it we can, and deal with it we must. It’s possible to […] READ MORE >>
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