Arkansas Wildlife Fishing Report – Nouvelles

EAST ARKANSAS

Cook’s Lake

(updated 5-15-2019) Wil Hafner, education program specialist at the Potlatch Education Center at Cook’s Lake, says, “Do I even need to mention the fishing situation at Cook's Lake? We have been hoping for a drop in the river and received the opposite. However, if you have caught some fish elsewhere and want to learn how to cook them in ways other than fried, join us on May 23 from 6-8 p.m. for a non-fried fish dish class. The class is free, but seating is very limited. Call the center to register. Check back in this space or call the center at 870-241-3373 for any updates on fishing Cook’s Lake. Cook’s Lake, when it reopens, will make fishing available on the 2-mile-long oxbow off the White River to youth under age 16 and to mobility-impaired anglers on the first and third Saturdays of each month, through October. Anglers can be accompanied by a helper who may fish.

Horseshoe Lake

(updated 5-15-2019) Professional fishing guide Ronnie Tice (901-687-6800) says the lake level is normal and the surface water temperature is 70 degrees. Bream are good on redworms and crickets. Crappie are in post-spawn now and the bite is fair in 10-12 feet depth. The water is hot by the docks. Fish for crappie around the trees. Black gass are good. Catfishing is excellent and Ronnie says “you can’t keep them off the hook.” Fish for cats in shallow water around the tries or around the piers.

Bear Creek Lake

(updated 5-1-2019) Natalie Faughn, assistant superintendent at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), says brème et merde are biting at Bear Creek. Folks are using live bait such as crickets and worms. Biting at shallow depths (4-6 feet), and females look ready to spawn.

Storm Creek Lake

(updated 5-1-2019) Natalie Faughn, assistant superintendent at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), there has been little activity to report from Storm Creek.

Arkansas Wildlife Fishing Report – Nouvelles
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