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United States
36° 21' 14.3388" N, 92° 35' 40.164" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Dally's Ozark Fly Fisher - Steve Dally
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Fishing Report
October 10, 2014
Dally’s weekly fishing report tends to be well slathered with pictures of big brown trout, which showcases what the White River is famous for, but with the late season hopper-brown report already posted yesterday, I think this week would be a good chance to highlight some of the other finned beauties that inhabit these waters. Our rainbows, cutthroats, and Norfork brook trout are too often overshadowed by their large brown cousins, but with the brown trout spawn upon us, now is the perfect time to show love and appreciation for all trout regardless of shape, size, color, religion, or political affiliation. The fat rainbow pictured above took a deep drifted egg pattern on high flows, while the beautiful cutthroat pictured below fell for a well presented Root Beer midge on low flows. Fish like these are the norm on the White River, the unfairly described “filler” between brown trout encounters, but sometimes a little bread and butter is all that’s needed for satisfaction, and they deserve a little time in the spotlight too.
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Fishing Report Provided by Arkansas Game & Fish Commission - Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
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Fishing Report
October 8, 2014
Newland's Resort below Bull Shoals said water conditions are trending toward low flows in the mornings, and higher flows in the afternoons. Popular baits have been shad, sculpins, Power Bait, pink artificial worms, Rapalas and Little Cleo spoons. Visit the Projected water flow page and live web cam at Newland's web site. (Updated 10-8-2014) Sportsman’s White River Resort (870-453-2424) said the river has been running at minimum flow with up to 2 generators total. Fishing has been fair for rainbow trout, but slow for brown trout. The usual Power Bait, shrimp or wax worm/marshmallow combination will work for the rainbows.
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