Heber Springs, Arkansas

Located in the foothills of the Ozarks, Heber Springs, Arkansas is an outdoorsmens paradise with rivers and lakes to fish and trails to hike.
Come to Arkansas and join us on the Little Red River for a guided trout fishing trip. We take experienced and new anglers out on full and half day fishing adventures. Our fishing trips ... moreallow you the opportunity to relax and reconnect with nature and also give us the ability to partner with charities and foundations to provide trips to those who may never have the opportunity to go fishing. On our trips, we provide all the gear you will need, Rods, Reels, Life Jackets, Lures, Boat and Fuel, Drinks, Snacks, Lunch (only on full day trips), and an experienced guide.
First Class fishing adventures on The Little Red, White, and Norfork rivers...and more! Guide Service Lodging Fly Fishing or Spin Casting ... more
Night Fishing for Big Browns
Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass, Walleye
Every season offers good trout fishing here in Arkansas, and we know just where to find hungry fish at any time of year. Our guided float trip on the Little Red River offers an opportunity ... morefor you to relax and enjoy some exciting fishing while we guide you to best trout hideouts on the river. Our day trips include all the gear you will need, snacks, drinks, lunch (full day only), your boat and an experienced guide. Let us show you the best Arkansas fishing has to offer.
Fishing Waters
Best known for its trophy browns, this is a place to also find brook, cutthroat and rainbow. Like other rivers in the area, this 100 mile tributary of the White is host to dams and ... morereservoirs managed by the Army Corp of engineers. For anglers, the 30 mile run below Greer’s Ferry Dam is the most famous and desirable section of the river. In the spring of 1992, the 1988 trout record was broken here by the capture of a 40+ pound whopper. This record has since been topped although it remains the largest to be netted in Arkansas waters.

Cold water releases from the dam keep the river at about 47 degrees year round, creating ideal trout habitat but challenging for its native walleye and bass. Efforts to reintroduce small mouth bass and walleye have met with measured success. Spring and summer tend to be the busiest seasons, although many consider fall the best time to fish as the brown migrate upstream to spawn. Spawning starts mid-October and is complete by the first of December. Brook trout also spawn successfully in the Collins Creek area while cutthroat are sparse and tend to be found downstream of Winkley Shoals.

Because water flow is managed for regional electrical production, levels can quickly change. While it’s possible to wade in these waters, it’s smart to be cautious. When levels are high, fishing with an expert guide is highly recommended. The state enforces catch and release rules in three areas: below Greer’s Ferry Dam; around Cow Shoals; and, between Dunham and Mossy Shoals.

Before booking a trip, be advised that portions of the 30 mile run are privately owned and may be difficult to access, water levels vary dramatically and three sections are catch and release only.
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