GREERS FERRY LAKE Hybrids and white bass are moving and staging, feeding mainly in the early morning and once again late in the day. Look at depths of 18-35 feet at the mouths of our rivers and spawning bays. Catch them with inline spinnerbaits, small, deep-diving crank baits and small topwater lures, like Tiny Torpedoes and Zara Puppies. Crappie fishing is good in primary and secondary creeks and rivers in depths of 18-30 feet.
ARKANSAS RIVER (LITTLE ROCK) The water level is 1-2 feet low. Bass fishing is good with jerk baits off the main river jetties. Bream fishing is good on crickets in depths of 8-10 feet of water. Crappie fishing is good with soft plastic tubes in depths of 8-12 feet.
DEGRAY LAKE Bass fishing is good on the main lake between Edgewood and Point Cedar using crankbaits across points. Also try Texas-rigged worms or lizards in green pumpkin or red shad fished on points and along bluff banks. Crappie fishing is good on deep brush at 20-25 feet between Point 15 and Point Cedar on 2-inch, black/chartreuse tubes on 1/16-ounce jig heads. Hybrids are starting to show in good numbers between Goat Island and Point Cedar. The best pattern has been trolling the small umbrella loaded with 4-inch curly tail grubs in white and pink/white. Also try deep-running crankbaits with some chartreuse. The active fish will be suspended at 12-15 feet down.
Sports on 02/08/2018
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