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Beaver Lake 3/19

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Beaver Lake 3/19

Postby Beaver Lake Crappie » Wed Mar 19, 2008 5:28 pm

JT’s Crappie Guide Service (479-640-3980) said bass fishing has been slow lately. The best places to fish have been up either river arm where the water clears and in the Prairie Creek arm. The best baits have been crayfish-colored crankbaits worked along chunk rock banks and spinnerbaits worked along timber. Crappie fishing has been tough as well. Most crappie have been caught up either river arm where the water is warmer and clearer. Fish minnows under a float 6-feet deep around isolated timber and laydowns. White bass have been up either river arm and have been biting well. Whites have been caught upstream as far as the Highway 45 Bridge and just below the mill on anything that resembles a minnow. Stripers have been scattered and hard to find. Try up the White River upstream from Blue Springs or War Eagle upstream from the Sidewalk Hole. Live minnows or shad have worked best fished 10 feet down. Catfishing has been good from the bank at Hickory Creek Park on liver and worms.

Southtown Sporting Goods (479-443-7148) said the water is stained and high. Crappie are fair on minnows. White bass are starting to pick up on crankbaits. Walleye are being caught on minnows.
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