Hot spot: Lake Ouachita
Fish 15-25 feet. Use 1/16 oz Tennessee shad grub and/or minnows. Try South Fork or main river channels.
Lake Conway - use pink minnows. Try Caney Creek or Pierce Creek areas.
Fish 18-25 ft over brush. Use pink minnows. Click here to check out Tammy Richardson's web page.
7-10 ft. Use minnows or chartreuse/red jigs. Try Spadra area.
Hot spot: Little Red River
Great time for fly fisherman, browns are pre-spawn. Fish deep side of shoals. Use sow bugs and zebra midge. Rainbows are good. Use wax-worms & power bait. For more information, call Billy at Lindsey's Resort, 1-800-305-8790.
Hot spot: Lake Chicot
Fish docks and around brush. Try using crankbaits in chartreuse sexy shad by Shooter.
Still need to down size. Try using trick worms and some bring caught using crankbaits.
Still good early and late on top water. During the day try using a football jig in green pumpkin. Fish secondary points.
Fish jetties. Use crankbaits (white).
Lake Conway is good. Fish shallow.
Hot spot: Greers Ferry Lake
Guide Cody Smith says, "We've got a great walleye bite going on at Greers Ferry right now, it's gonna run through December. I've got a good rig for it, it's a live bait, drag it across secondary channels and main lake points up on the lake. If you've got any questions about it, contact me at FishGreersFerry.com or call me on my cell phone at (501) 691-5701 to set up a trip for you or your family."
NOTE: All lakes are still 8 to 10 feet low. Be on the lookout for stumps and underwater humps. A great time to carry a video recorder to capture some great fishing spots when the lakes are normal.