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Little Missouri River Sponsored by
Date 09-Jan-14
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Conditions : Little Missouri River: No Reports

Reported by: Arkansas F&G


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About: - The Little Missouri River begins in western Arkansas southeast of Mena, flowing freely through the Ouachita Mountains and scenic areas of the Ouachita National Forest that include the Little Missouri Falls and Albert Pike recreation areas. Some six miles north of Murfreesboro, Narrows Dam impounds its waters to form Lake Greeson. Below Greeson, the river flows past Murfreesboro before proceeding southeast to its mouth in the lower Ouachita River. About three miles south of Murfreesboro, the river passes beside Crater of Diamonds State Park.

Fishing: Above Lake Greeson, the Little Missouri draws anglers seeking smallmouth bass. Rainbow trout are stocked in cool season months at the Albert Pike area and below Narrows Dam, where some remain throughout the year. Below Lake Greeson, the river is best known among anglers for bass, catfish and bream.

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Smallmouth Bass

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