Fishing Hot Spots Topo Maps for Arkansas
Each detailed map provides depth, contours, structure, boat ramps, and updated fishing information, with productive spots marked on the map. Each map also has lat/long grid and GPS coordinates . Includes GPS coordinates for specific features. Fishing tips and techniques are included. Map size is 24" x 36" and folds down to a convenient 4" x 9" size. Maps are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper. The special composite of the maps makes it easy for you to make notes right on your map for future reference. Beaver Lake Widely recognized as an outstanding fishing resource, this striper fishery deserves special mention as one of the nations finest with potential to produce record fish in the 50 lb category. Beaver Lake also hosts healthy populations of largemouth bass, spotted bass (Kentucky), smallmouth bass, white bass, channel catfish and white crappie. 28,220 acres.
Ouachita Lake Known for its quality striped bass fishery. Trophies in the 40-pound class have been reported. Home to largemouth, Kentucky bass and plenty of catfish. Millwood Lake A shallow, weedy, tree-filled body of water. Break-offs, stumps and underwater debris create plenty of cover for fish, but also demand cautious navigation. Largemouth bass, white and black crappie are abundant. Lake Dardanelle Still considered one of the top bass lakes in Arkansas, Lake Dardanelle boasts more catfish per acre than any other body of water in Arkansas. The lake features an abundance of crappie, largemouth bass and several species of catfish. Greers Ferry Lake Greers Ferry Lake is one of the few places in the country where it's possible to fish for largemouth bass, white bass hybrids, walleye and trout all in the same day. Home to 2 current world records, Greers Ferry Lake produced world record walleye and hybrid striper bass. While a world record brown trout was pulled from the near by Little Red River.