Sunday, November 15, 2009

Little Red River Report (part III)

Making this trip was touch and go because of all the rain. When we arrived at the White River, just outside of Bald Knob Arkansas, the White looked to be about 4-5 miles wide. With the collection of water in the fields and smaller tributaries overflowing their banks, the White actually looked more like the Mississippi River. But, the water levels of the White were also going to give us opportunity to fish the Little Red on lower water.

Flooding Along the Way

The Water is a Little Off-Color

Over the several day trip we made a couple different floats including from JFK Park to Winkley Shoals, which is a ten mile back buster. And, we did a float from Winkley to Lobo Landing. The Winkley to Lobo trip we made twice in one afternoon.

The Cut-Thru at Our Own Private Wading Access

Dan and Mark in the Background at the Head of the Island

It was an outstanding weekend to fish, catch and relax. I am taking this formula and introducing it on our Spring trip to Tri-Cities, with the hope that others can have as much fun traveling as our group has traveling. Hope you enjoy this report and the last couple reports from the Little Red River.

Jim Caught This Shot of Gary Fishing Some High Water

Caught & Released

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