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Spring River Sponsored by
Date 25-Mar-15
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Conditions : Spring River: Mark Crawford with Spring River Flies and Guides said water levels are running at 500 cfs at the spring and water has had a heavy green tint. Big woolly buggers in sizes 4-6 have been working great behind a sink-tip line. Old Yeller has been the hot fly with Grandma’s brownies coming in second. Getting the fly down has been difficult with higher water. Gold and silver spinners and white and red Trout Magnets have been working great with spin fishers.

Berry Brothers Guide Service (870-453-2424) said the water on the Spring River is stained and high. This is a great place to wade fish, when they are running water on the White and North Fork rivers. Be sure to wear cleated boots and carry a wading staff. There is a lot of bedrock that can get very slick. The hot flies have been olive woolly buggers with a bit of flash (size 10), cerise and hot pink San Juan worms (size 10) and Y2Ks (size 10).

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About: - Emerging near the Missouri border in northcentral Arkansas, the Spring River has been described as the state's most dependable natural stream. Mammoth Spring, flowing at over nine million gallons of 58-degree water per hour, serves as the headwaters for the river and provides plenty of fresh water throughout the year. Trout and walleye fishing are rated tops, and floating between Mammoth Spring and Hardy is excellent for beginning and intermediate canoeists. Many areas of the upper Spring River are popular with fly fishermen. Outfitters and launch facilities are available along the Mammoth Spring-Hardy stretch (17 miles). The river is crystal-clear, with long pools and whitewater falls. The scenery is mostly hardwood forest with some rocky bluffs.

Access is from U.S. 63, which parallels much of the upper Spring River.

  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout
  • Brook Trout
  • Walleye

Misc Info: -
Spring River: (Ozark Zone Quality Stream) Smallmouth bass daily limit is two and each must be at least 14 inches long to keep.
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From mouth of Mammoth Spring to Many Islands Camp: Anglers may use no more than two fishing rods and must attend them at all times.

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Cold Springs Access: Handicapped accessible fishing pier is available.

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From Dam #1 to the mouth of Myatt Creek: Open to fishing with rod or pole only from 100 yards below the dam.



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