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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Fall Patterns Starting to Take Shape in State

Arkansas River Valley Business Directory

Some of Arkansas’s leading fishing lakes are still seeing summer patterns, but with a drop in temperature in other spots, anglers are noticing more signs of fall: crappie activity in particular, along with walleye, in the northern portion of the state.

Lou Gabric, who operates Hummingbird Hideaway Resort on Norfork Lake, has been getting back on the lake lately as things cool down, at least in air temps, and he’s been getting into a lot of crappie, walleye, and catfish, he reported this week in the Fishing Report. Some of his resort’s guests have had some great outings as well.

There’s also been a bit of a stall of sorts in some lakes this week as summer concludes and fall begins, and there are indications that lakes such as Maumelle and Beaver Lake are close to a turnover, according to their reports this week. Everyone is anxious for the fall patterns to arrive, and at least there are some indicators that it’s just a couple of weeks away.

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