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Carroll County Sheriff's Office 6-23-17  

The overnight arrest report for Carroll County.

Name & Age Residence Classification

Charges

Total 74

Intakes and Releases From: 6-21-17 Thru 6-22-17

Biles, David Michael-33 Berryville AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--FTP on criminal mischief
Coffel, Rickey Laine-25 Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay
Dulle, Joshua James-30 Jasper AR Felony HOA for Boone County
Tapia, Lucia Ann-23 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on speeding
Wallace, Christina Shea-28 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA on speeding, no drivers license, failure to control vehicle

Intakes and Releases From: 6-19-17 Thru 6-20-17

Epley, Donald G-44 Oak Grove AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of minor
Fanning, Regina Louise-49 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment
Gardner, Bryan Allen-40 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court
Hunt, Corey Dean-21 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication--Fleeing
Lucy, Willard Albert-64 Berryville AR Prior Felon DWI--Refusal to submit to BAC test--Careless driving--No seat belt
Moore, Scottey Leeroy-28 Berryville AR Misd Terroristic threatening
Riley, James William-35 Jacksonville AR Felony Theft of property
Schuck, Lisa Marie Nicole-37 Miami OK Misd FTP registration fee--No proof ins--HOA for Newton County
Widner, Shadi Belle-33 Green Forest AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 6-18-17 Thru 6-19-17

Frogge, Alvin Jessie-22 Oak Grove AR Misd Domestic battery--Public intoxication
Hughes, Patricia Leann-27 Oak Grove AR Misd Domestic battery--Public intoxication
Schultz, Tina M-29 Oak Grove AR Misd Domestic battery--Public intoxication
Sharpe, Darren Colin-29 Oak Grove AR Misd Domestic battery--Public intoxication
Vaquera, Osvaldo-21 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon DWI #2--Driving left of center--Careless & prohibited driving--Possession of controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Refusal to submit to test--No drivers license
Wheeler, Christopher Shane-24 Berryville AR Felony FTA on TOP

Intakes and Releases From: 6-17-17 Thru 6-18-17

Bishop, Sammy Joe-44 Rogersville MO Misd DWI
Farias, Fernando Alonso-28 Rogers AR Misd DWI #3--Motorcycle safety equipment violation--No DL--Driving on susp due to DWI--Failure to show registration
Ketwan, John Frank-41 Springdale AR Misd FTP on FTA
Manns, Joshua James-26 Green Forest AR Misd Assault on family/household member
Moss, Ashley Nicole-32 Alpena AR Prior Felon Madison County FTA on DWI drugs
Phillips, David Scott-26 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on terroristic threatening--FTA on disregarding stop sign
Stewart, Pamela Joyce-56 Berryville AR Misd FTA on no proof ins, no or exp license

Intakes and Releases From: 6-16-17 Thru 6-17-17

Anderson, Mary E-34 Berryville AR FTA
Fultz, Kenneth S-38 Green Forest AR Driving on susp--No seat belt--No child restraints
Henry, Carianne-41 Berryville AR Public intoxication
Merida, Elvin A-21 Green Forest AR FTP
Stouten, Stacey A-28 Eureka Springs AR Drug court violation
Todd, Andy B-35 Eureka Springs AR Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 6-14-17 Thru 6-15-17

Allen, David Roy-31 Huntsville AR Prior Felon HOA for Madison County
Dougan, Robert Eugene-39 Mulberry AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS--HOA for Texas
Eli, Jessie Wayne-30 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP fines/shoplifting
Evans, Mark Douglas-59 Harrison AR Misd HOA for Harrison PD
Jerrell, Tommy Lewis-43 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon Fleeing--Speeding--Fictitious tags--No liab ins--FTP vehicle registration
Veach, Archie Joe-18 Green Forest AR Misd HOA
Waterman, Brandon Wayne-31 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA on susp DL

Intakes and Releases From: 6-13-17 Thru 6-14-17

Escoto, Raymond M-43 Green Forest AR Public intoxication--Battery
Luttrell, David L-40 Berryville AR Domestic battery--Disorderly conduct--Possession of Schedule II and IV drugs
Martin, Shelby B-25 Harrison AR Madison County warrant
Miksell, Gallen R-42 Branson MO FTA
Rosales, Amanda J-35 Berryville AR Domestic battery--Disorderly conduct
Slay, Shane M-38 Green Forest AR Robbery--Possession of Schedule II and IV drugs--Criminal mischief--Criminal trespass
Terrell, Susie M-27 Eureka Springs AR PCS-marijuana--Criminal trespassing--Theft of property--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Young, Nathaniel C-26 Green Forest AR Driving on suspended license

Intakes and Releases From: 6-12-17 Thru 6-13-17

Beaird, Tina L-32 Green Forest AR Shoplifting
Bendixen, Scott A-62 Overland Park KS DWI--Speeding
Brooksher, Elvoid D-61 Berryville AR FTP
Marr, Tyler S-25 Green Forest AR FTP
Morris, Tom P-30 Oak Grove AR Court appearance
Packard, Dannel H-36 Berryville AR Violation of protection order
Smith, Cecelia D-24 Pea Ridge AR DWI--No proof ins--Obstruction of front window
Woods, Jason W-42 Berryville AR Body attachment for child support--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 6-11-17 Thru 6-12-17

Yaun, Isaac C-32 Springdale AR Misd Terroristic threatening--Harassing communications

Intakes and Releases From: 6-10-17 Thru 6-11-17

Amaya-Musto, Daniel Enrique-40 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Benefield, Max Ardell-54 Berryville AR Misd DWI #2--Implied consent--Endangering welfare of a minor
Forrest, David C-37 Springdale AR Misd Public intoxication
Garcia-Hernandez, Enrique-18 Blue Eye MO Misd Purchase or possession by a minor
Henderson, Jimmy M-33 Arlington TX PC Possession of a firearm by certain persons--HOA for Madison County
Hixon, Mary Shanaye-52 Oklahoma City OK PC Defraud secured creditors
Olmedo, Octavio Edwin-18 Berryville AR PC Domestic battery
Reddick, Olivia L-20 Niles MI Misd Criminal trespass

Intakes and Releases From: 6-8-17 Thru 6-9-17

Alburtus, Samuel C-27 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct--Possession
Dawos, Terry-29 Springdale AR Misd FTA on theft of property
Gardner, Dylan Kristopher-21 Berryville AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP on careless and imprudent driving--FTP registration
Lawless, Raven Yvette-31 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon FTP--HOA for Boone County
Loy, Jennifer Lee-37 Harrison AR Misd FTP fines/speeding
Reddick, Olivia L-20 Niles MI Misd N/A
Webb, Steve Wilson-36 Bella Vista AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 6-7-17 Thru 6-8-17

Duncan, Sandra Parks-58 Shell Knob MO Felony Tampering with utility meter
Humphrey, Gary Randall-51 Eureka Springs AR Misd Domestic battery
Lowery, Dawn Leann-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Possession
Tucker, Lynda Denise-42 Harrison AR PC Failure to yield--Driving on susp--Theft by receiving--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Fleeing

Intakes and Releases From: 6-6-17 Thru 6-7-17

Akers, Kristen N-34 Holiday Island AR FTP
Bradshaw, Jowanna E-52 Moore OK Public intoxication
Henry, Michael A-57 Blue Eye MO FTA
Hunt, Ashley N-22 Green Forest AR FTA
Mallotte, Robert L-43 Berryville AR Driving on susp--Speeding--Obstruction of govt ops--FTP
Palomo, Isai-25 Green Forest AR FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 6-5-17 Thru 6-6-17

Pedraza, Joaquin Castillo-21 Green Forest AR Misd FTA--PCS
Villines, Jesse Thomas-43 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 6-4-17 Thru 6-5-17

Albert, Jackson J-18 Berryville AR Purchase or possession by minor
Coffel, Rickey-25 Berryville AR FTP--FTA
Draper, Matthew R-27 Eureka Springs AR Criminal trespass--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Faught, Dusten L-26 Berryville AR Theft by receiving--Driving on susp
Graves, Nicholas S-29 Green Forest AR Harrassing communications--Resisting arrest--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Johnson, Summer R-26 Eureka Springs AR Criminal trespass--Theft by receiving
Lestage, Jesse S-40 Blue Eye MO FTA--Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS
May, Jason K-34 Alpena AR Driving on susp/revoked license
Samson, Perlin-18 Berryville AR Drinking underage--Purchase or possession by minor

Intakes and Releases From: 6-1-17 Thru 6-2-17

Balentine, Edward E-56 Eureka Springs AR Aggravated assault on household member--Terroristic threatening
Ballestero, Hilary C-38 Colusa CA FTP
Coffey, George D-77 Eureka Springs AR Domestic battery
King, Justin F-21 Eureka Springs AR HOA for Harrison PD
Moppin, Angel M-39 Green Forest AR FTA
Moran, Ian S-24 Alpena AR White warrant--HOA for Barry County
Moss, Bryan J-39 Berryville AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 5-31-17 Thru 6-1-17

Lund, Christpher J-54 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication
Martin, Dustin Edward-22 Fayetteville AR Misd FTA/FTP on possession of paraphernalia, disorderly conduct
Reyna, Danny E-23 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Refusal to take breath test--No proof ins--Fictitious vehicle license
Warren, James Edward-38 Berryville AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 5-30-17 Thru 5-31-17

Dunbar, Wendell L-37 Berryville AR Driving on susp--PCS
Johnson, Jade S-44 Washburn MO HOA for Bella Vista
Poyner, Robert C-41 Green Forest AR Body attachment for child support
Sohn, Greg P-34 Berryville AR Drug court violation--FTP--Bench warrant revocation
Ulmer, Grace V-31 St Louis MO Criminal trespass--PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 5-29-17 Thru 5-30-17

Barber, Andrew J-29 Harrison AR HOA for Harrison PD
Morrell, Joshua T-20 Berryville AR Driving on susp--No proof liab ins--failure to observe stop light

Intakes and Releases From: 5-28-17 Thru 5-29-17

Davis, Courtney Michelle-23 Berryville AR Felony Theft of property
Dudley, Rey Daniel-37 Lowell AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Harrison, Paul F-76 Berryville AR Misd Violation of protection order
McAfee, Nikki Michelle-37 Felony Forgery--HOA
Mulholland, Joshua Kent-29 Golden MO Misd FTA on no proof ins
Storman, David-29 Oak Grove AR Prior Felon Domestic battery
Van Loan, John Joseph=41 Spokane MO Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 5-26-17 Thru 5-27-17

Hammame, Adam Dustin-31 Green Forest AR Sentenced ACT 570 Court commitment
McGehee, Andrea L-33 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTP on TOP/possession/FTA--HOA for Madison County
Roy, Christopher Paul-35 Rayne LA Prior Felon Arkansas State Prison Trustee
Ulmer, Grace V-31 St Louis MO Misd Disorderly conduct
Wester, Michael J-43 Horatio AR ACT 309 ACT 309
Wiley, Gregory Glen-28 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 5-25-17 Thru 5-26-17

Johnson, Abner Dale-36 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA on VAHCL
Moore, Austen Joseph-23 Harrison AR Misd Public intoxication
Schultz, Tina Marie-29 Berryville AR Misd FTA on speeding
Shaw, Jeramy Thomas-31 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 5-24-17 Thru 5-25-17

Duarte-Vasquez, Jose A-30 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Luttrell, David Lee-40 Berryville AR Misd FTP on fines
Olsen, Anthony Wayne-27 Oak Grove AR Misd Court commit 88 days

Intakes and Releases From: 5-22-17 Thru 5-23-17

Mendez, Daniel J-21 Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay
Ward, Suzanne Rose-54 Green Forest AR Misd DWI drugs--Careless & prohibited driving

Intakes and Releases From: 5-21-17 Thru 5-22-17

Faught, Jenson W-28 Oak Grove AR Possession of firearms by certain persons
Cardona, Edison Merida-21 Green Forest AR No drivers license--No child safety restraints--Running stop sign--Criminal trespass
Moss, Ashley N-32 Berryville AR Escape 3rd degree--Criminal trespass
Watkins, John F-49 Alpena AR FTA--Driving on susp--No proof liab ins--PCS
Wiggins, Billy R-31 Berryville AR Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 5-20-17 Thru 5-21-17

Hammond, Leslie M-33 Eureka Springs AR Residential burglary--Criminal trespass

Intakes and Releases From: 5-18-17 Thru 5-19-17

Stouten, Stacy Ann-28 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon HOA for Probation and Parole

Intakes and Releases From: 5-17-17 Thru 5-18-17

Albin, Randy-49 Green Forest AR Revocation
Carlton, Linda-47 Berryville AR Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct
Fry, Lisa D-41 Oak Grove AR FTA
Mooney, Rodney-50 Holiday Island AR HOA for Florida authorities
Nelson, Cassandra R-29 Eureka Springs AR FTP
Ross, Damion-23 Green Forest AR FTA--Harrison warrant

Intakes and Releases From: 5-16-17 Thru 5-17-17

Cossey, Dustin K-28 Willard MO Driving on susp--Public intoxication--Contributing to deliquency of a minor--Speeding--Open container
Estrada, Angel R-36 Berryville AR VAHCL
Hopkins, Scott R-57 Kirby AR Battery
Young, Nathaniel C-26 Green Forest AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 5-15-17 Thru 5-16-17

Chapman, Jeremy A-34 Eureka Springs AR Battery--Terroristic threatening
Conine, Macalen-22 Green Forest AR HOA for Harrison PD
Herron, Brandy-38 Green Forest AR Body attachment

Intakes and Releases From: 5-14-17 Thru 5-15-17

Arcos, Alfredo-26 Grannis AR Misd FTA on nonfinacial identity fraud, driving on susp--possession of drug paraphernalia
Bingaman, Kimberly Ann-30 Eureka Springs AR Felony HOA for Benton County
Brinegar, Robert Dale-38 Berryville AR Sex Offender FTA on failure to reinstate drivers license, theft of property
Dixon, Austin Charles-30 Springfield MO Misd Harassment
Medrano, Erika-29 Springdale AR Misd Domestic battery--Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 5-13-17 Thru 5-14-17

Arn, Michael Wayne-63 Atkins AR Misd DWI--Driving left of center
Blair, James Lee-78 Elkins AR Misd DWI #2--Unsafe vehicle--No DL
Morgan, Levi Logan-27 Gentry AR Prior Felon Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 5-11-17 Thru 5-12-17

Hammane, Adam Dustin-32 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Shoplifting
Henderson, Amanda Ellen-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Hicks, Curtis D-55 Bartlesville OK Misd Public intoxication
McCreary, Aspin Nicole-25 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA--Shoplifting--Obstruction of govt operations
Moran, Efrain Battasno-34 Harrison AR Misd Court commit

Intakes and Releases From: 5-10-17 Thru 5-11-17

Boggess, Krystal Marie-25 Green Forest AR Misd Criminal trespass--Disorderly conduct
Dunlap, Alisha Faye-36 Berryville AR Misd FTP fines

Intakes and Releases From: 5-9-17 Thru 5-10-17

King, Brian Earl-36 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA
Rankin, Kaylen Brooke-28 Berryville AR Misd Drinking on hwy
Remington, Edwin Clayton-47 Compton AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 5-8-17 Thru 5-9-17

Carr, James W-42 Berryville AR Prior Felon Assault on family/household member
Dunlap, Alisha Faye-36 Berryville AR Misd FTP fines
Patterson, Larry W-61 Holiday Island AR Felony FTP on TOP, leaving scene of accident--Possession of firearms by certain persons

Intakes and Releases From: 5-7-17 Thru 5-8-17

Bitti, Korjen-26 Green Forest AR Driving on susp/revoked license--Driving left of center--No seat belt
Calvert, Daniel L-31 Green Forest AR Revocation
Easter, Gay L-55 Green Forest AR Domestic battery
Johnson, Fraser S-55 Holiday Island AR DWI--Driving left of center
Sloan, James M-73 Eureka Springs AR Possession of firearms by certain persons--Aggravated assault--Terroristic threatening--Violation of a protection order
Wilson, Johnathan E-38 Searcy AR FTA--Violation of a protection order
Worsham, Jeremy W-39 Rogers AR Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 5-6-17 Thru 5-7-17

Armstrong, Nikki R-32 Berryville AR FTP
Arnold, Johnny D-19 Berryville AR DUI/underage--Drinking on hwy--Purchase or possession by minor--Careless and prohibited driving--No seat belt
Bowlin, Candace R-30 Bella Vista AR FTA--FTP
Luttrell, David L-39 Berryville AR Driving on susp
Moore, Christopher P-35 Huntsville AR No proof liab ins
Rosales, Amanda J-35 Berryville AR FTP
Tippett, Amanda J-38 Huntsville AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Obstructing a windshield--Endangering welafare of a minor--Driving on susp/revoked license--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 5-5-17 Thru 5-6-17

Cash, William Loyal-38 Columbia MO Prior Felon FTA
Dudley, Rey Daniel-37 Lowell AR Prior Felon Petition to revoke--Probation violation
Jacob, Mathew James-42 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court commit
Leon, Suarlin Arodi-27 Berryville AR Misd FTP
McCanless, William Andrew-25 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Madison County
Ohler, Corey Dale-28 Green Forest AR Sex Offender Court appearance
Risingsun, Andres Nichkalou-28 Cyrus MN Prior Felon FTA--TOP
Webber, Robert Ralph-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commit

Intakes and Releases From: 5-4-17 Thru 5-5-17

Derby, Trevor J-20 Eureka Springs AR FTA--FTP
Johnson, Skyler D-20 Rogers AR FTA
Kircher, Ian M-41 Harrison AR HOA for Harrison PD

Intakes and Releases From: 5-3-17 Thru 5-4-17

Collier, Allen Matthew-45 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP--Body attachment
Duncan, Tina Louise-51 Omaha AR Misd FTA on driving on susp
Guess, Jimmy Dale-49 Eureka Springs AR Misd Criminal trespass--Theft of property
Turner, Marvin Lloyd-24 Green Forest AR Prior Felon White warrant
Wallace, Christina Shea-28 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP on no ins/driving on susp/speeding--Shoplifting
Webb, Andrea Ranee-24 Oak Grove AR Misd FTA on no seat belt and careless driving
Williams, James Henry-38 Felony HOA--FTP--Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 5-2-17 Thru 5-3-17

Atnip, Leslie-34 Harrison AR HOA for Harrison PD
Collier, Dakota L-23 Anderson AR HOA for McDonald County--Theft of property
Draper, Matthew R-27 Eureka Springs AR Theft by receiving--Domestic assault--HOA for Washington County
Hutchison, Dalton C-19 Berryville AR Theft
McCullough, Blake W-21 Berryville AR 24 hour court commitment
Stuart, Sharon C-35 Harrison AR FTA
Sutterfield, Daniel N-49 Green Forest AR HOA--FTA
VanZant, Jared-26 Eagle Rock MO DWI--Fleeing--FTP--No proof ins--Speeding

Intakes and Releases From: 5-1-17 Thru 5-2-17

Friend, Eric L-39 Harrison AR FTA--Driving on susp
George, Leeroy K-18 Berryville AR Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 4-30-17 Thru 5-1-17

Abbott, Christopher E-36 Berryville AR No drivers license--Public intoxication
Stidham, Kenneth S-45 Berryville AR Reckless driving--Resisting arrest--Implied consent--DWI

Intakes and Releases From: 4-29-17 Thru 4-30-17

Bullman, Tim J-56 Berryville AR VAHCL
Dellaguardia, Jamila K-31 Fayetteville AR PCS
Lynch, Billy J-26 Green Forest AR Public intoxication
Sanchez-Martinez, Joevani-27 Green Forest AR Obstructing government operations--Drinking on hwy--No seat belt--Hold for ICE
Woods, Michael D-26 Omaha AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-28-17 Thru 4-29-17

Barnes, Joseph D-27 Gentry AR FTP--Fleeing--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Resisting arrest--Obstructing govt operations--HOA for Taney County
Green, David H-33 Berryville AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor--FTA--FTP
Jordan-Campos, Alexis A-24 Green Forest AR No drivers license--Defective equipment--Failure to show registration--Obstructing government operations--No child restraint--Endangering welfare of a minor--No seatbelt
Rogers, David W-68 Alpena AR No drivers license--No liab ins--FTP
Taylor, Charles T-28 Eureka Springs AR Commercial burglary--Breaking or entering--Theft of property

Intakes and Releases From: 4-27-17 Thru 4-28-17

Brickey, Amanda Lee-36 Berryvilel AR Misd Public intoxication
Cockrum, Kevin David-29 Yellville AR Felony HOA for Marion County
Kensinger, Joseph-38 Yellville AR Prior Felon HOA for Marion County
Moran, Efrain B-34 Harrison AR Misd Court commitment
Tovar, Roger David-19 Berryville AR Misd Minor in possession
Watkins, Candice Nichole-28 Springdale AR Prior Felon Theft of property--Criminal trespass
Willis, Perry Lynn-54 Flippin AR Prior Felon HOA for Marion County

Intakes and Releases From: 4-26-17 Thru 4-27-17

Buck, Joanna Guadalupe-24 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct--Resisting arrest
Earles, Irvin Gerald-46 Berryville AR Felony Rape by force--Engaging child in sex explicit--Possessing child pornorgraphy
Fiveash, Phillip Glen-29 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication/drugs--Disorderly conduct
Mccalister, Caleb Alan-21 Berryville AR Misd FTP on disorderly conduct, no ins, no DL
Webb, William-31 Eureka Springs AR Misd Contempt of court
Woodyatt, Shaun Alvin-33 Berryville AR Misd FTA on speeding

Intakes and Releases From: 4-25-17 Thru 4-26-17

Hefley, Todd W-52 Harrison AR FTA
Hernandez-Esparza, Victor-31 Berryville AR Hold for US Marshals
McManus, Sherry L-58 West Fork AR Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-24-17 Thru 4-25-17

Duke, Krista Jean-45 Eureka Springs AR Sex Offender Public intoxication--Criminal trespassing
Murr, Scott Ross-29 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Speeding 51/30

Intakes and Releases From: 4-23-17 Thru 4-24-17

Anien, Wilfer-28 Berryville AR Misd Possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA
Edgar, Rensio Ren-25 Berryville AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-22-17 Thru 4-23-17

Badley, Brandon Lee-41 Oak Grove AR Felony Court appearance
Faught, Dusten Lee-25 Springdale AR Felony Possession of a controlled substance (Meth)--Speeding 98/55--No proof liab ins--Reckless driving
Gage, Douglas Lee-23 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Refusal to submit to chemical test--Obstructing govt operations--Disorderly conduct--Defective tires--Careless & prohibited driving--No license plate--No liability ins
Myers, Casey Mitchell-31 Berryville AR Misd Body attachment for child support
Walden, Eugene-44 Eureka Springs AR Felony Forgery

Intakes and Releases From: 4-21-17 Thru 4-22-17

Bricker, Golden Jewel-29 Green Forest AR Misd Aggravated assault on a family member x 2 counts
Coslett, Teresa D-45 Huntsville AR Misd FTP time pay--Court commit for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 4-20-17 Thru 4-21-17

Cangialosi, Peter Cristian-23 Harrison AR Misd Violation of protection order--Speeding
Mays, Paul Hausey-52 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTP on DWI
Neuspickle, Jerry Allen-53 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct
Schuh, Marvin Maxwell-50 Harrison AR Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-19-17 Thru 4-20-17

Bilderback, Dánna Diana-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license
Bowman, Johnny Lee-74 Golden MO Misd DWI
Plumlee, Megan Kay-25 Berryville AR Felony FTA on criminal trespass/drunken or insane
Terrell, Susie Mae-27 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-18-17 Thru 4-19-17

Bishop, David Christopher-34 Berryville AR Prior Felon Tattoo under 18--Possession of tattoo equipment
Cochran, Joshua Michael-35 Berryville AR Misd FTA--FTP time pay
Holman, Roy Glenn-25 Berryville AR Prior Felon Possession of a controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Roberts, Christopher Lynn-34 Altus AR Sex Offender Failure to register as sex offender--Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 4-17-17 Thru 4-18-17

Davis, Michael E-32 Fayetteville AR FTA
Faught, Bradley-36 Eureka Springs AR FTA--Body attachment
Gonzales, Michael-32 Springdale AR Speeding--DWI
Hasenbalg, Jessica-28 Eureka Springs AR Domestic battery
Hudy, Daniel-55 Holiday Island AR Domestic battery
Webster, Richard J-28 Harrison AR Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-16-17 Thru 4-17-17

Burket, Patricia M-31 Berryville AR Body attachment for child support
Carter, Adam P-23 Berryville AR HOA for Harrison PD
Graham, Travis P-27 Eureka Springs AR Theft of property--Breaking or entering
Kurczek, Jason M-36 Berryville AR Driving on susp--Careless driving--FTP registration fee, FTA
Mays, Walter D-48 Alpena AR Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication
Santis, Tomas J-36 Ft Worth TX Careless & prohibited driving--No DL--No ins
Weathereal, Sonny J-36 Berryville AR Parole violation--Aggravated assault on family/household member--Terroristic threatening--Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 4-15-17 Thru 4-16-17

Good, Brandon T-33 Shell Knob MO Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Robinette, Teresa A-47 Berryville AR FTP
Wilson, Sierra N-19 Berryville AR Minor in possession of alcohol

Intakes and Releases From: 4-14-17 Thru 4-15-17

Arnold, Terry Joe-34 Rogers AR Misd 30 day court commitment
Hall, Anthony Eugene-29 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA on public intoxication
Harrison, Paul Forrest-76 Berryville AR Misd Violation of protection order
Hunt, Ashley Nicole-22 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on speeding, driving on susp--DWI
Kramer, Nathaniel Cole-19 Eureka Springs AR PC Domestic battery
Mays, John P-76 Alpena AR Misd Assault on family member--Terroristic threatening
Morales Villato, Emerson-25 Green Forest AR Misd No DL
Moss, Ashley Nicole-32 Berryville AR Drug paraphernalia
Rouse, William Michael-36 Berryville AR Homeless Criminal trespass--FTA on disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 4-13-17 Thru 4-14-17

Albarran, Jamie-32 Elkins AR Driving on susp--Unauthorized use of a vehicle
Badley, Brandon-41 Oak Grove AR Court appearance
Gumm, Larry D-56 Huntsville AR HOA for Madison County
Roberts, Skyler L-31 Alma AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-12-17 Thru 4-13-17

Ferrell, Kimberly-31 Green Forest AR FTA
Lolet, Laina-44 Paragould AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-11-17 Thru 4-12-17

Deertz, Fredrick William-22 Green Forest AR Misd FTP--Bond surrender
Hargus, Gary-48 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP
Kincaid, John Millard II-33 Alpena AR Felony Revocation of susp sentence
Nunley, James P-33 Springfield MO Prior Felon Forgery--VAHCL
Phillips, Brandon Lee-25 Berryville AR Felony Domestic battery 3rd degree--Endangering welfare of a minor--Residential burglary--Theft x 2 counts--Battery 3rd degree
Reed, John Brody-23 Huntsville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--No liab ins--Unsafe vehicle--PCS Schedule VI
Rousey, Joseph Gene-40 Green Forest AR Misd Aggravated assault on family/household member

Intakes and Releases From: 4-10-17 Thru 4-11-17

Campos, Peter Castillo-23 Green Forest AR Felony FTP
Fisher, William Allen-26 Clever MO Felony Court appearance
Foster, Jesse Lee-25 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Hicks, Sean Allen-44 Reeds Spring MO Misd FTA
May, Jason K-34 Berryville AR Misd Drivin on susp
Scates, Lesley A-41 Eureka Springs AR Suicide watch HOA for Sharp County
Wilbourn, Blake A-26 Okemah OK Misd Public intoxication
Yates, Emily A-23 Berryville AR Misd Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 4-9-17 Thru 4-10-17

Branning, Beau Hunter-19 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Careless & prohibited driving--No proof ins
Lawrence, Andrelea Lucille-32 Bentonville AR Misd Public intoxication--Resisting arrest--Possession of drug paraphernalia
McClung, Patrick Ryan-39 Springdale AR Misd Drunken, insane, disorderly
Reed, Jesse Alan-27 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--Fictitious vehicle license--FTP registration fee--No proof ins--FTA/FTP
Slay Shane Martin-37 Green Forest AR Misd Violation of protection order--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Furnishing prohibited articles
Williams, Hannah Marie-21 Branson MO Misd Contributing to delinquency of a minor

Intakes and Releases From: 4-6-17 Thru 4-7-17

Fiveash, Dewayne Lynn-36 Yellville AR Prior Felon Domestic battery
Lauritz, Lucas Adam-29 Green Forest AR Misd Domestic battery
Magie, Jared Clayton-28 Harrison AR Felony Aggravated assault on family/household member

Intakes and Releases From: 4-4-17 Thru 4-5-17

Bingaman, Kimberly Ann-30 Eureka Springs AR Felony FTA--HOA for Boone County
Birchfield, Charles L-50 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTA
Blackston, Austin Hunter-20 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on harassment, disorderly conduct--Criminal trespass--HOA for Boone County
Glasscock, John Dale-49 Mountainburg AR Misd Public intoxication
Jackson, Kenneth Ray-44 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication
Olsen, Anthony Wayne-27 Berryville AR Misd Court appearance
Smith, Andrew Van-34 Green Forest AR PC Assault on family member
Taylor, Evan Dewayne-31 Berryville AR Felony Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 4-3-17 Thru 4-4-17

Hartman, Philip Wayne-42 Berryville AR Misd Speeding--Reckless driving--DWI--Implied consent
Jacob, Mathew James-42 Green Forest AR Misd Possession of instrument of crime--Contempt of court
Williams, Brandon Leon-32 Branson MO Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-1-17 Thru 4-2-17

Lester, James Zachary-33 Eureka Springs AR Misd DWI--No license plate--No proof liab ins--Motorcycle safety equipment violation--No motorcycle endorsement--Implied consent

Albertson, Andrew Chadwick-21 Shell Knob MO Misd Driving left of center--Reckless driving--DWI-Drugs
Garcia, Pete Augustine-22 Shell Knob MO Prior Felon Public intoxication
Henington, Jerry Lee-31 Springdale AR Prior Felon Court commit 10 days Madison County
McFarlane, Dale Leo-64 Green Forest AR Misd FTA
Oots, Bradlee Dillon-27 Shell Knob MO Prior Felon Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-30-17 Thru 3-31-17

Evans, Andrew Dd-42 Berryville AR Violation of protection order
Gabrick, Justin S-24 Huntsville AR Speeding--Driving on susp license--Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS--Carrying a prohibited weapon--Careless/prohibited driving--No proof ins
Johnson, Roger D-60 Green Forest AR FTA
Massey, James E-46 Alpena AR Terroristic threatening--Assault on family/household member--HOA
Tanner, Uriah-30 Harrison AR FTA
Taylor, Stephanie M-28 Green Forest AR Body attachment

Intakes and Releases From: 3-29-17 Thru 3-30-17

McKown, Daniel Sean-51 Holiday Island AR Misd Public intoxication
Morris, Tom Paul-29 Oak Grove AR Sex Offender 7 day investigated hold
Rich, April Rae-35 Green Forest AR Felony Domestic battery--Violation of protection order--Endangering welfare of a minor--Refusal to submit to arrest
Stephenson, Travis Wade-34 Golden MO Misd FTA on improper passing, no proof liab ins

Intakes and Releases From: 3-28-17 Thru 3-29-17

Ebel, Les B-57 Eureka Springs AR HOA for Benton County
Plumlee, Jimmy R-44 Berryville AR Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 3-27-17 Thru 3-28-17

Bogges, Krystal-25 Green Forest AR FTP time pay
Denney, Anthony N-40 Berryville AR Criminal trespass
Edwards, Jason A-32 Berryville AR Court appearance
Morris, Jonathan D-26 Harrison AR Aggravated assault
Smith, Kile W-27 Oak Grove AR Driving on susp/fictitious licence--HOA for Newton County

Intakes and Releases From: 3-26-17 Thru 3-27-17

Albarran, Jamie Michelle-32 Fayetteville AR PC FTP--Furnishing prohibited articles--PCS
Anjel, Wilber Moore-28 Springdale AR Misd Drinking on hwy--Contributing to deliquency of a minor
Bennett, Derrick Dale-20 Berryville AR Felony Fictitious vehicle license--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Obstructing govt operations--No liab ins
Brown, Kody Allen-22 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication--No tail lights--No proof liab ins
Conner, Christopher J-34 Green Forest AR Misd FTA--FTP
Hamon, Elijah Rod-33 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Violation of protection order
Hanna, Charles K-28 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Hoyt, Mark-38 Green Forest AR Misd FTP time pay
Moore, Katheryn Elizabeth-26 Green Forest AR Misd FTP time pay
Pedro, Benjamin-19 Berryville AR Misd No DL--Speeding 72/55
Rollins, Dwayne L-42 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Newton County

Intakes and Releases From: 3-25-17 Thru 3-26-17

Albarran, Jamie-32 Elkins AR PC Warrant
Jester, Heather Marie-39 Green Forest AR Prior Felon DWI #2--Drinking on hwy--Driving on susp--Speeding 74/55
Johnson, Caleb Elijah-25 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon DWI--Driving on susp--Failure to register vehicle--Refusal to submit--No proof ins--No tail light--HOA for Madison County--FTP
Johnson, Rhonda Sue-40 Green Forest AR Prior Felon HOA for Madison County
Mandrell, Ronny James-41 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Probation violation--FTA on PCS
Schuh, Marvin Maxwell-50 Harrison AR Felony Aggravated assault--Terroristic threatening--Domestic battery
Smith, Dustin Lee-32 Yellville AR Prior Felon FTA--Disorderly conduct
Woolsey, Travis Wayne-26 St Joe AR Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-23-17 Thru 3-24-17

Baker, Crissandra R-28 Fayetteville AR FTA
Beard, Jeremy W-29 Golden MO FTP
Graham, Claude D-39 Huntsville AR Possession of firearm by certain persons--Driving on susp--No proof liab ins--Expired registration
Johnson, Abner D-36 Green Forest AR FTA
Leal, Alberto-25 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Purifoy, George J-43 Berryville AR Breaking or entering--Theft by receiving--Delivery of meth/cocaine--FTA--Fraudulent use of a credit card--Forgery--Commercial burglary--Theft of property
Thornton, Samuel-29 Eureka Springs AR Possession of  Schedule 2 substance with purpose--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Wolfinbarger, Lacy-23 Eureka Springs AR Possession of  Schedule 2 substance with purpose--Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 3-22-17 Thru 3-23-17

Armstrong, Brandon O-30 Green Forest AR Abscond warrant
Cochran, Joshua M-35 Berryville AR DWI--Speeding--No DL
Jamar, Timothy-62 Berryville AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-21-17 Thru 3-22-17

Gagliardi, Ryan S-32 Omaha AR Prior Felon Revocation of susp sentence
Hunter, Sean-53 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA on terroristic threatening, resist--Breaking or entering--theft of property
Spencer, Nicholas B-30 Berryville AR Felony Disorderly conduct/harassment--White warrant parole
Sweeden, Quentin Heath-31 Holiday Island AR Misd DWI--Refusal to submit to chemical test--Careless & prohibited driving
Wilson, Randy Eugene-55 Brighton MO Felony HOA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-20-17 Thru 3-21-17

Burks, Adam C-34 Green Forest AR Commitment Court commit
Calvert, Daniel L-31 Green Forest AR Probation violation White warrant
Davis, Jason Korin-33 Eureka Springs AR Felony Theft of property--PCS
Delgado, Frances Leeann-27 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Drug court violation
Fernandez, Anthony Z-26 Bella Vista AR Misd Speeding--Reckless driving
Green, Spring December-36 Springfield MO Felony Revocation of susp sentence on VAHCL
Say-Solano, Misty Dawn-31 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP time pay--Using handheld device while driving
Smith, Spencer D-24 Yellville AR Misd FTA
White, Michel Dewayne-35 Bella Vista AR Misd DWI--Implied consent--Noise ordinance--Careless & prohibited driving

Intakes and Releases From: 3-19-17 Thru 3-20-17

Lestage, Jesse Steven-40 Blue Eye MO Misd FTP--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-18-17 Thru 3-19-17

Hammame, Adam Dustin-31 Green Forest AR Prior Felon HOA for Harrison PD--FTP
Tiboni, Timothy Eugene-42 Green Forest AR PC Aggravated assault on family/household member--Violation of protection order
Wasdahl, Richard Alvin Jr-47 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-17-17 Thru 3-18-17

Davidson, Stacey Lonzo-33 Alpena AR Drug court violation
Deboer, Dale William-40 Green Forest AR Weekend court commit/driving on susp
Guidotti, Sarah June-34 Berryville AR Aggravated assault--Terroristic threatening
Gwinup, Brandy Danaille-22 Berryville AR FTA for theft--Speeding
Henry, Michael Allen-57 Blue Eye MO Revocation--FTA on assault of family/household member
Kemp, Meagan Eleanor-27 Eureka Springs AR PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Endangering welfare of a minor--Driving on susp--HOA for US Marshall Service
Presley, James Aaron-45 Berryville AR HOA for Faulkner County
Shelman, Shane Lewis-22 Berryville AR FTP on no proof ins, speeding--Driving on susp
Snow, Johnny T-40 Green Forest AR FTA--Possession of a controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession of firearms by certain persons--Theft by receiving x 2 counts--ACT 570 hold--HOA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-16-17 Thru 3-17-17

Adams, Wyatt M-21 Berryville AR Misd FTP
Baugh, William F-44 Green Forest AR HOA for Madison County
Carlisle, Misty D-23 Oak Grove AR Misd No liab ins--FTP--Failure to change drivers license--Defective equipment
Edmondson, Clarissa B-29 Mountain Home AR HOA for Baxter County
Keck, Rickey D-55 Huntsville AR HOA for Madison County
Kodja, Ramy M-52 Green Forest AR Dangerous drugs
Qualls, David Q-32 Berryville AR HOA for Madison County
Schultz, Tina M-29 Green Forest AR Body attachment for child support
Starnes, Thomas A-38 Green Forest AR ACT 570 7 days commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 3-15-17 Thru 3-16-17

Armstrong, Brandon O-30 Green Forest AR FTP--White warrant--HOA for Madison County
Davidson, Stacy L-33 Alpena AR Fugitive warrant
Hatfield, Daniel K-21 Green Forest AR Affidavit/contempt of court
Reynolds, Lorrie A-52 Rogers AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-14-17 Thru 3-15-17

Brown, Kelly Ann-31 Berryville AR Prior Felon Drug court violation--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Mack, Peter-19 Berryville AR Misd FTA--Disregarding traffic signal--Driving on susp
Marcum, Amanda Starlene-36 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA on fines--FTA on public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-13-17 Thru 3-14-17

Ferguson, Jacob R-43 Lees Summit MO Refusal to submit to chemical test--Driving left of center--Driving on susp--HOA for Jackson County
Webster, Richard J-28 Harrison AR Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 3-12-17 Thru 3-13-17

Donaldson, Charles W-37 Green Forest AR Assault on family/household member
Hamon, Elijah-33 Eureka Springs AR Violation of protection order
Jetton, Larry D-26 Berryville AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Trespassing--Endangering welfare of a minor--Residential burglary
Mitchell, Leslee N-33 Eagle Rock MO FTA
Neuspickle, Jerry A Berryville AR Public intoxication
Reynolds, Jonathan H-22 Huntsville AR FTA
Trujillo, Carla-33 Green Forest AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Trespassing--Endangering welfare of a minor--Tampering with physical evidence--Residential burglary--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 3-11-17 Thru 3-12-17

Arceneaux, Krista Jean-45 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Public intoxication--Refusal to submit to an officer
Telnes, Jesse Michael-26 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Assault on family/household member--Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 3-10-17 Thru 3-11-17

Asbury, James Richard-41 Berryville AR Felony Capital murder--Domestic battery--Aggravated assault on family member--Terroristic threatening--Conduct constituting criminal contempt
Getman, Melissa Diane-33 Berryville AR Misd Criminal trespass
Graham, Travis Paul-27 Eureka Springs AR Felony FTA
Mckenzie, Dustin-25 Yellville AR Prior Felon FTA on endangering, assault
Moppin, James Andrew-25 Omaha AR Court commitment
Taylor, Stephanie Michelle-28 Green Forest AR Misd Body attachment--FTP time pay, fines, DWI, driving on susp
Tyree, Ashley Diane-24 Berryville AR Misd FTA on filing false report

Intakes and Releases From: 3-8-17 Thru 3-9-17

Cavins, Chester Leroy-40 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Newton, Izard and Boone County
Eads, Jeana Kay-21 Alpena AR Felony FTP time pay--PCS--Drug paraphernalia
Evans, Brandy Sue Dawn-42 Shell Knob MO Felony Residential burglary--Theft of property

Intakes and Releases From: 3-7-17 Thru 3-8-17

Delgado, Christopher B-38 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation child support--FTP time pay
Guess, Jimmy Dale-49 Berryville AR Misd Assault on family/household member--Possession of a controlled substance
Mcleod, Amanda Sue-36 Omaha AR Misd FTA on fines for theft of property
Packard, Dannel Henry-36 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Washington County
Stephenson, Daniel K-37 Green Forest AR Misd Body attachment Boone County
Stovall, William Russell-51 Bella Vista AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-6-17 Thru 3-7-17

Anderson, Mary Ellen-34 Berryville AR Misd Criminal trespassing
Coble, Chalmer Arlie-39 Eureka Springs AR Commitment Court commitment
Davis, Jessica G-24 Berryville AR Misd FTA on no proof liab ins
Delgado, Christopher B-38 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation child support--FTP time pay
Getman, Melissa D-33 Berryville AR Fleeing-vehicle--Driving on susp due to DUI--DWI #3--Careless & prohibited driving--Refusal to submit to arrest--Implied consent
Hill, Jason Craig-35 Berryville AR Felony Carrying a weapon
Lara-Medrano, Christopher J-22 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--Speeding--HOA for Madison County--Warrant Green Forest-disregarding stop sign
McCreary, Aspin N-25 Berryville AR Felony FTP time pay--Revocation of suspended sentence or probation
McMillan, Floyd Lee Jr-35 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Drug court violation

Intakes and Releases From: 3-5-17 Thru 3-6-17

Bowyer, Justin Paul Mitchell-24 Wollettville IN Misd HOA for Bentonville--Driving on susp due to DWI
Holland, Jackson Junior-22 Mountain Home AR Misd Criminal trespass--Unlawful burning
Maynard, Leonard Wesley-29 Nixa MO Misd Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 3-3-17 Thru 3-4-17

Delgado, Frances-27 Green Forest AR Misd Drug court violation
Morales, Carla-22 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Driving left of center--No proof ins
Stephenson, Matthew D-39 Yellville AR Misd HOA for Marion County
Wallace, Christina Shea-28 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of a controlled substance (marijuana) with purpose--Driving on suspended/revoked license--Failure to appear--Possession of drug paraphernalia x 2 counts--No proof liability insurance--Violation of Arkansas Hot Check Law

Intakes and Releases From: 3-2-17 Thru 3-3-17

Adams, Wyatt Michael-21 Berryville AR Misd Reckless driving--Speeding--No proof ins
Grout, Robert Paul-25 Green Forest AR Misd Theft--Breaking or entering--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia-felony
Holt, William L-34 Green Forest AR PC Theft--Breaking or entering--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia-felony
Owens, Lisa Marie-34 Green Forest AR Felony Theft--Breaking or entering--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia-felony
Vanwinsen, Cynthia Dawn-28 Berryville AR Misd FTA on possession of drug para--FTA on fines/shoplifting charges

Intakes and Releases From: 3-1-17 Thru 3-2-17

Parker, Jesse D-30 Berryville AR FTA
Potteet, Angel M-44 Eureka Springs AR Driving on susp--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--VAHCL x 4 counts
Rodgers, Mary A-45 Eureka Springs AR PC Domestic battery--Drinking on hwy
Warfield, Dena-47 Green Forest AR No DL--Driving left of center

Intakes and Releases From: 2-28-17 Thru 3-1-17

Boggess, Krystal Marie-25 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on resisting arrest
Goolsby, James Anthony-29 Green Forest AR Misd HOA for Boone County
Henrichson, Courtney Renae-24 Oak Grove AR Misd Disorderly conduct
Jardin, Elizabeth Reid-20 Fayetteville AR Misd FTA on driving on susp
May, Jason Kenneth-34 Berryville AR Misd FTP on public intoxication, domestic battery, others--FTA on no DL, no ins
McElyea, Blake Allen-22 Berryville AR Misd FTA on DWI
Olsen, Anthony Wayne-27 Berryville AR Misd DWI #3--Driving on susp lic due to DWI--Careless & prohibited driving--Refusal to submit
Rivera-Pacheco, Roberto Yari-18 Rogers AR Misd FTA--HOA for ICE

Intakes and Releases From: 2-27-17 Thru 2-28-17

Coble, Chalmer A-39 Eureka Springs AR Court commit
Edmondson, Jason R-45 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license
Kennedy, Josie-20 Eureka Springs AR Possession
Tanner, Uriah H-30 Harrison AR Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 2-26-17 Thru 2-27-17

Carlton, Jacob Allen-27 Huntsville AR Prior Felon HOA for Madison County-Aggravated assault--Fleeing--Improper passing--Driving left of center
Thurman, Tonya Danelle-27 Rose OK Misd FTA
Weaver, Travis Wade-29 Higden AR Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 2-24-17 Thru 2-25-17

Bishop, Kelly Rayleen-44 Lampe MO Prior Felon FTA on court on manufacture of a controlled substance, tampering with evidence
Burk, Matthew Aaron-21 Huntsville AR Misd Court commitment
Faught, Jenson Wayne-28 Berryville AR Probation Violation Bench warrant on revocation
Howard, David Glenn-51 Huntsville AR Misd Intake
Jeffries, Tristan John-44 Lamar MO Prior Felon Revocation on forgery--Hold for US Marshall
Leeson, Kody Allen-32 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Careless/prohibited driving--Driving on susp due to DWI--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Texting while driving
Luttrell, David Lee-39 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI
May, Jason Roy-40 Cedar Creek MO Felony FTC with terms of probation
McQuiston, Joseph Donald-30 Huntsville AR Prior Felon FTA on driving on susp/DWI

Intakes and Releases From: 2-23-17 Thru 2-24-17

Baum, Christopher Edward-38 Green Forest AR Misd Domestic battery
Cole, Joshua Zess-28 Alpena AR Prior Felon Terroristic threatening
Luttrell, David Lee-39 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI
Terrell, Susie Mae-27 Eureka Springs AR Felony Shoplifting--Drug paraphernalia--PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 2-21-17 Thru 2-22-17

McAlister, Tony Glen-49 Alpena AR Sex Offender Parole violation
Middleton, Jeremy Duane-34 Green Forest AR Felony Aggravated assault
Sewell, Missy Ann-38 St Joe AR Public intoxication
Sisco, Cathy Faye-40 Berryville AR Misd FTA
Tanner, Uriah Hildred-30 Harrison AR Prior Felon HOA

Intakes and Releases From: 2-20-17 Thru 2-21-17

Collier, Allen Matthew-45 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Dorsey, Nicole Marie-32 Green Forest AR Felony Possession with intent to deliver--HOA for Benton County
Gonzalez, Azeal-35 Sedona AZ Prior Felon PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Monen, Ribi-41 Berryville AR Misd FTA on no or exp license
Popejoy, Jerry Dale-26 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 2-19-17 Thru 2-20-17

Alburtis, Samuel Clarence-27 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA on delivery of a controlled substance
Cid-Vazquez, Marco-42 Green Forest AR Misd Speeding 53/30--Failure to use turn signal--No DL--No proof liab ins
Faught, Jenson Wayne-28 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Battery--Leaving scene of accident with injury--DWI #2--Refusal to submit to chemical test--Drinking on hwy--Reckless driving/physical injury--Driving on susp--Unsafe vehicle
Gonzalez, Azeal-35 Sedona AZ Prior Felon PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Holman, Darrell Wayne-62 Berryville AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia
Holman, Roy Glenn-25 Shell Knob MO Felony Drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 2-18-17 Thru 2-19-17

Burk, Matthew Aaron-21 Huntsville AR Misd Court commitment
Hess, Kristin Marie-27 Berryville AR Felony Revocation of susp sentence
Yates, Christopher Celedon-41 Harrison AR Prior Felon FTA on hot check

Intakes and Releases From: 2-17-17 Thru 2-18-17

Hager, David Wayne-31 Berryville AR Prior Felon Public intoxication--Communicating false alarm
Howell, Gayla Beth-49 Harrison AR Misd FTA on hot checks, TOP
Robinette, Teresa Ann-47 Berryville AR Felony Revocation on original charge of possession of drug paraphernalia
Staples, Benjamin Tucker-41 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation of susp sentence
Tiboni, Timothy Eugene-42 Oak Grove AR PC Domestic battery
Whittmore, Colton Blayne-20 Fayetteville AR Misd Court commit

Intakes and Releases From: 2-16-17 Thru 2-17-17

Carpenter, Dillion James-25 Green Forest AR Misd Theft by receiving
Closner, Allen David-25 Fayetteville AR PC Conduct cons attempt x 2--Capital murder x 2--Felony fleeing--Resisting arrest--Driving on susp due to DWI--FTA/FTP on criminal trespass
Martin, Tamala Leann-36 Green Forest AR Misd FTA
Walker, Heather Nicole-27 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA on speeding, driving on susp, FTP
Watson, Raven Nichole-36 Bella Vista AR Felony FTA on PCS
Worsham, Jerry E-5 Berryville AR Felony Drunken or insane 

Intakes and Releases From: 2-15-17 Thru 2-16-17

Baum, Christopher Edward-38 Green Forest AR HOA HOA for Alpena PD
Newberry, Kassandra Leann-35 Berryville AR PCS
Snow, Johnny T-40 Green Forest AR Felony PCS
Tatum, Stephen K-43 Green Forest AR Felony HOA for Newton County
Warren, James Edward-38 Beryville  AR Misd HOA for Madison county

Intakes and Releases From: 2-14-17 Thru 2-15-17

Daymude, Shelby Leona-24 Lincoln AR Prior Felon FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia
Faught, Bradley Eugene-35 Berryville AR Felony Driving on susp--HOA for Pear Ridge--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Gerlick, Robert Wayne-52 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Lawless, Raven Yvette-30 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia, DWI--HOA for Stone County
Smith, Bradley Ray-34 Harrison AR Felony Court appearance
Woolf, James Dwayne-42 Eureka Springs AR Sex Offender FTC with registration

Intakes and Releases From: 2-13-17 Thru 2-14-17

Jasso, Jeremy Scott-30 Berryville AR Misd Violation of protection order
Pedraza, Joaquin-21 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Ponder, Christopher Mark-35 North Little Rock AR Prior Felon HOA for Pulaski County--Criminal trespass

Intakes and Releases From: 2-12-17 Thru 2-13-17

Arceneaux, Krista Jean-45 Berryville AR PC Public intoxication--Refusal to submit to arrest--Failure to register as sex offender
Graves, Nick Shane-28 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Drunken or insane--Interfering with law enforcement officer
Grunwald, Jacob D-40 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP
Grunwald, Katrina Michelle-23 Berryville AR Misd FTP
Hunt, Corey Dean-20 Green Forest AR Misd FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 2-11-17 Thru 2-12-17

Buneta, Mark Randall-30 Springfield MO Prior Felon Terroristic threatening--Fleeing-Theft by receiving--Violation of protection order-HOA for Harrison
Collins, Tiffany L-40 Eureka Springs AR Misd Body attachment for child support
Crain, Rickey Lee-28 Chetopa KS Felony Revocation of susp sentence
Estep, Charles Lee-40 Witter AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Hawkins, Brandon Allen-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd Theft by receiving
Keeland, Nicholas Daniel-32 Green Forest AR Sex Offender Leaving scene of an accident--Failure to report accident--Failure to give info & render aid--Careless & prohibted driving
Krushensky, Bryan Tyler-26 Nixa MO Prior Felon FTA on theft by receiving--Revocation
Moran, Ian Scott-24 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTA
Nunnally, Kaela Sundy Lynn-29 Bentonville AR Felony Endangering welfare of a minor
Total, Kaulik-26 Springdale AR Misd FTA on noins/exp DL

Intakes and Releases From: 2-10-17 Thru 2-11-17

Barnhart, Jamie Allen-38 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA
Gill, Dawna Michelle-52 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia
Lenser, Andrew Jeffery-25 Farmington AR Felony DWI drugs--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Parker, Aaron A-31 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA on driving on susp, no ins--HOA for Boone County
Pope, Morgan Brianne-19 Berryville AR Misd FTP--Purchase or possession by minor
Poynter, Timothy D-22 Berryville AR Prior Felon Possession--Contributing to deliquency of a minor--Driving on susp due to DWI--No licence plate light--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Wilson, Trevor Joe-23 Berryville AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS
Young-Reynolds, Lorrie Ann-52 Rogers AR Prior Felon FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia, PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 2-9-17 Thru 2-10-17

Belisle, Anthony Rae-33 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Coffel, Rickey Laine-25 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on driving on susp--Revocation of susp sentence for B and E
Gill, Dawna Michelle-52 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia
Moss, Bryan Joy-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon Criminal trespass
Randolph, Wayne Ellis-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon Violation of protection order--Failure to register as sex offender
Richardson, Rita Lynn-46 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on driving on susp, no DL, no proof ins-FTP on fictitious vehicle license
Santiago, Joseph Ian-1 Berryville ARR Felony Capital murder--Attempted capital murder--Arson
Wiley, Gregory Glen-27 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation of susp sentence--FTA on DWI, careless driving

Intakes and Releases From: 2-8-17 Thru 2-9-17

Donahue, Summer Dawn-27 Berryville AR Misd FTP on speeding
Dziedzic, Andrew David-34 Berryville  AR PC Endangering welfare of a minor--Animal cruelty
Garbarini, Alfred Ralph Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay
Gardner, Bryan A-40 Greeen Forest AR Misd FTP
Gentry, Jason Dean-37 Saint Joe AR Misd Driving on susp--Expired vehicle license--No proof ins
Gomez, Jessica Loraine-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for RPF
Grunwald, Christine Marie-33 Berryville AR PC Endangering welfare of a minor--Animal cruelty
Lance, Justin Dale-26 Neosho MO Misd HOA for Benton County
Landau, Charles Jason-43 Eureka Springs AR Misd Battery
Palma-Perez, Noe-40 Berryville AR Misd FTP on speeding
Stacey, Jonathan Kent-43 Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay
Yancey, Lisa Marie-25 Green Forest AR Misd FTP fines, no proof liab ins

Intakes and Releases From: 2-7-17 Thru 2-8-17

Lester, Frederick George-19 Green Forest AR Misd FTA--FTP on careless & imprudent driving
Merida, Elvin Antonio-20 Green Forest AR Misd PCS--Tampering with evidence--Disorderly conduct
Trigg, Keith Edger-44 Mt Home AR Misd HOA for Baxter County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-6-17 Thru 2-7-17

Anderson, Mary Ellen-34 Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay--FTA on FTP fines
Armer, Jimmy Ray-30 Prairie Grove AR Prior Felon FTP
Boley, Michael Dewayne-42 Little Rock AR Misd VAHCL
Davis, Desiray Melody-20 Berryville AR Misd Theft
Davis. Sean Michael-22 Berryville AR Misd Theft
Dossett, Karlayne Renee-49 Eureka Springs AR Felony PCS with intent to deliver--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Speeding--Driving left of center--Unsafe vehicle
Fuselier, Sheryl Danielle-28 Harrison AR Misd FTA on fleeing an officer, resisting arrest
Graham, Travis Paul-27 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA on TOP

Intakes and Releases From: 2-5-17 Thru 2-6-17

Grose, Gary David-34 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Spears, Billy Chad-49 Everton AR Felony FTA--Interference with traffic control devices
Systo, Shannon Lee-40 Eagle Rock MO Felony FTA on drug paraphernalia, susp license
Yancy, Jessica Lynn-27 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on FTA, FTP, driving on susp, no ins--FTP on endangering welfare of a minor--HOA for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-4-17 Thru 2-5-17

Calvert, Daniel L-30 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Terroristic threatening--PCS
Gomez, Jessica Loraine-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Johnson, Randy A-32 Elizabeth AR PC Drug paraphernalia--No license plate--Driving on susp due to DWI

Intakes and Releases From: 2-3-17 Thru 2-4-17

Asbury, Amber Nicole-31 Holiday Island AR Misd VAHCL
Buck, Netanya Danyea-26 Harrison AR Misd HOA for Washington County--Obstructing govt operations
Carpenter, Ronnie Lael-28 Green Forest AR Misd FTA--FTP
Chapin, Jody Mack-43 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Leal, Alberto-24 Green Forest AR Misd DWI #2--Driving on susp due to DWI--No seat belt--Reckless driving--Speeding 64/45
Mandrell, Ronny James-41 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP on PCS, disorderly conduct
Nelson, Jacob Allen-23 Fayetteville AR Driving on susp lic--HOA for Huntsville PD--PCS--Drug paraphernalia--No proof ins--Unsafe vehicle
Randolph, Wayne Ellis-39 Berryville AR Sex Offender Violation of protection order
Reed, Ryan Todd-29 Redville AR Felony Revocation of suspended sentence

Intakes and Releases From: 2-2-17 Thru 2-3-17

Birchfield, Kimberly Kay-54 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation on PCS--FTA on PCS, drug paraphernalia
Pope, Jacob Mitchell-28 West Fork AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 2-1-17 Thru 2-2-17

Fiveash, Philip Glen-29 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on fleeing an officer, refusal to submit to arrest
Hansen, Derek Lester-31 Oak Grove AR Misd Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor--Interference with emergency communication--Possession paraphernalia--Manufacture of a controlled substance
Pope, Jacob Mitchell-28 West Fork AR Misd FTA

 
Detailed 7 day Weather Forecast 6-23-17  


Today: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly after 1pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 84. Light and variable wind becoming north 5 to 10 mph in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.

Tonight: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 1am. Partly cloudy, with a low around 60. North wind 5 to 10 mph.

Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 81. North wind around 5 mph.

Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 56. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.

Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 85. Calm wind becoming north around 5 mph in the afternoon.

Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 59. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm.

Monday: Partly sunny, with a high near 82. Southeast wind around 5 mph.

Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 61. Southeast wind around 5 mph.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 86. South wind around 5 mph.

Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 65. South wind around 5 mph.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 86. South wind 5 to 15 mph.

Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 68. South wind around 10 mph.

Thursday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind around 10 mph.

 
AR Weekly Fishing Report 6-21-17  

Our reporter Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters on Norfork Lake reports that the fishing is "on fire" there. He says the striper bite is awesome on the lower, southern area of the lake. Starting early, look for stripers as shallow as 22 feet and just follow them out as the sun comes up. The best bite during the last week has been around 7:30 a.m. in 40-50 feet of water. The stripers are hugging the bottom, so right now Tom suggests putting baits on the bottom, then make three turns on the reels to keep the weight off the bottom. Tom also suggests using a short leader to keep the bait close to the bottom; this has proven very effective. The threadfin shad they’re using are less than 2 inches long. Also use No. 2 and No. 4 hooks with a 12-pound leader. The best points are Koso and Thumb.

If you were waiting until the last weekend before the end of this year's Hot Springs Fishing Challenge to catch "Big Al," the $15,000 prize-winning fish, you have waited too long. Visit Hot Springs reported Wednesday morning that the largemouth bass, tagged by the AGFC at the Andrew Hulsey Hatchery, has been caught.

 

 

 

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

 

Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir

 

The AGFC is treating alligator weed in Lake Conway using EPA-registered herbicides approved for use in aquatic systems. The AGFC strongly recommends that adjacent landowners not use lake water for irrigation of lawns or gardens through March 1, 2018. For more information please contact the AGFC Fisheries Office in Mayflower at (877)-470-3309.

(updated 6-21-2017) Bates Field and Stream (501-470-1846) said the clarity is stained and the water level is normal. The surface temperature was deemed “hot!” Fishing was strong in all species. Catfishing is excellent using limblines and yo-yo’s. Large goldfish and minnows were the best bait. Bream remained good this past week. They are in about 2-3 feet depth of water along the shoreline and in the lily pads. Use worms or crickets. Crappie are fair. They’re mostly found in their usual spot around the Highway 89 bridge in 6-8 feet depth. Use minnows or jigs. Bass fishing has been good, particularly along the shoreline. Plastic worms and frogs have been the best baits. On the 1-5 scale for the week, Bates called the week “excellent, a 5.”

 

(updated 6-14-2017) Gold Creek Landing (501-607-0590) reported bream are doing well. Bass are fair. Fishing overall is kind of spotty, especially since the heavy rains.

 

Little Red River

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lowell Myers of Sore Lip’em All Guide Service said they continue to receive 12 hours of daily generation on the Little Red River. This generation schedule is providing excellent wading conditions on the upper sections of the river early in the day and on the middle and lower sections later in the day. With the water release of two full units of generation, the river will rise quickly. So, if wading, be observant of changing water levels and be aware of your surroundings for your safety. This generation schedule also is providing excellent drift-fishing.For fly-fishing, Lowell recommends sowbugs, midges, gold-ribbed hare’s ear and streamers. Red and bison-colored Trout Magnet bodies on chartreuse heads are recommended for spin fishing. Always check before heading to the Little Red River by calling the Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District water data system (501-362-5150) for Greers Ferry Dam water release information or check the Corps of Engineers website (swl-wc.usace.army.mil) for real-time water release and the Southwestern Power Administration website (swpa.gov) to see forecasted generation schedule.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Greg Seaton of littleredflyfishingtrips.com (501-690-9166) said the river remains clear with the generation beginning in the morning at 10 a.m. and ending about 10 p.m. This is allowing wade fishing at the dam in the early morning and at Winkley Shoal from about 8 a.m. till 2 p.m. Always check the daily schedule for the generation during your trip. Water generation can be checked by calling 501-362-5150 and enter 3 # for Greers Ferry Dam or check the USACE Little Rock app. Drift-fishing is good by starting ahead of the new water and fishing the falling water from the past day’s generation. Midges and blue-winged olive mayflies have been the main hatch with some caddis. Small midge pupas and small mayfly nymphs have been the best flies for Greg’s fly-fishers. Please continue to be careful in canoes and kayaks, especially during the generation period. Keep a watchful eye for docks and obstructions and do not let your craft hit these from the upstream side. The current will capsize your boat and possibly take you and the craft under. Enjoy your day on the river by paying attention to your surroundings and being alert. Be safe, and good fishing!

(updated 6-14-2017) James Dillard at Tailwater Fishing Co. said the fishing on the Little Red has been excellent. The water release from the dam has been a consistent 12 hours on and 12 hours off. Fishing has been best while fishing the falling water. The hot flies have been pink San Juan worms and copper johns. Trout Magnets have been catching fish as well.

 

Greers Ferry Lake

 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 468.28 feetmsl (normal conservation pool: 462.04 feetmsl Oct. 1-April 30; 463.04 feetmsl May 1-June 1; 462.54 feetmsl June 1-Sept. 30).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Tommy Cauley of Fishfinder Guide Service (501-940-1318) said the water level at Greers Ferry Lake is at 468.30 feet msl and falling from generation and evaporation. At this time they are generating 12 hours a day. It is 5.76 feet above normal pool of 462.54 feet and they will continue to generate until it’s at normal pool and/or for needs. For the most part all species are in or getting in the summer habitat and will stay that way until the water starts to cool back off in the fall. The have fallen back out deeper now with the falling water and are around brush piles more and suspended in the pole timber 15-25 feet deep. Some will go as deep as 40 feet. Try using minnows and jigs fished vertically. The catfish are eating well all over the lake on various baits day and night on various methods from rod and reel to trotlines and everything in between. The bream are guarding young fry and eating just about anything that gets in front of them. Try crickets, crawlers and small crankbaits and in-line spinners. The walleye are getting on out away from the old brush line and can be reached now without hanging up so much. Try dragging crawlers in 15-35 feet of water. The bass fishing is still good and will be in the old brush line and right on the edges of it for a lot of roamers, and the rest are up out deep in 25-45 feet of water. Try topwater offerings shallow and C-rigs and Texas rigs out deep. The hybrid and white bass bite continues to be good and will be good as they are good and healthy. It should be the best summer-and-into-fall bite the lake has had in a while. Use spoons, in-line spinners, and swimbaits for the best results in 25-45 feet of water, and there is a lot of schooling of both species going on the south end of the lake.

 

(updated 6-7-2017) Cody S. Smith of FishGreersFerry.com (501-691-5701) said, “Hey folks, summertime patterns are finally showing up here on Greers Ferry.” Surface water temps are ranging in the mid- to upper 70s. The new threadfin shad population is wrapping up the spawn and fish are feeding and healthy. While they still have an excess of water in the reservoir, most of the game fish are starting to really relate to offshore cover and the outside edge of the old shoreline. Cody says he has found that 12-25 feet of water is holding the majority of game fish, while in the early morning and late evenings they will push shallower, feeding on shad and sunfish fry. The walleye bite is going strong in both live bait and artificial offerings on mixed rock on hard bottom areas. Some of the biggest bluegills Cody says he’s seen this year are colored up and spawning in that 10-18-foot range. Pretty consistent schooling with whites and hybrids can be found in good numbers on the northern part of the lake like Sugarloaf, Choctaw and Lynn Creek.

 

Harris Brake Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Harris Brake Lake Resort (501-889-2745) said water is at a normal level and is clear. No surface temperature was recorded. Bream are fair on worms and crickets. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Bass are fair and biting plastic worms. Catfishing is fair on chicken livers.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) said crappie are in deep water and the bite is good on Bobby Garland Baby Shad in Shiny Hiney, Glimmer Blue, BBQ Chicken, Cajun Crickets, Blue Ice, Shimmer, Monkey Milk, Crystal, bone/chartreuse, Penny Back Shad and 1.25-inch Itty Bit Swim’r and minnows. Catfish are biting on minnows, worms and frozen shad. Bass are biting on buzzbaits and minnows, worms, lizards, Brush Hogs, Whopper Plopper. White bass are biting on Slab Slanger, Baby Shad and 1.25-inch Itty Bit Swim’r and Cajun Spin and Silver Minnow. Bream are biting well on crickets, worms and Rock Hopper.

 

 

Lake Overcup

The AGFC is treating alligator weed in Lake Overcup using EPA-registered herbicides approved for use in aquatic systems. The AGFC strongly recommends that adjacent landowners not use lake water for irrigation of lawns or gardens through March 1, 2018. For more information please contact the AGFC Fisheries Office in Mayflower at (877)-470-3309.

(updated 6-21-2017) Johnny “Catfish” Banks at Overcup Bait Shop and R.V. Park (501-354-9007) said bass are still doing well around brush and are chasing shad like crazy. Bream are starting to pick up around the shoreline and grass, but still are not being able to find them on beds yet. Catfish are doing fair on jugs and trotlines, mostly blues and channels. Johnny had a 34-pound blue and several eight- to 12-pound channels last week. Crappie are doing fair, some in deeper water and some in 5 feet of water. Nothing over nine keepers 11 to 15 inches long, but a lot 9.5 inches to 9.75 inches long.

 

Brewer Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Larry Walters at Bones Bait Shop (501-354-9900) said water is normal and clear. Bream continue to have a good bite. Anglers are using worms and crickets. Crappie are good and biting minnows. Bass are good on spinnerbaits, crankbaits and plastic worms. Catfishing is good on blood bait and chicken livers. No report on white bass. On the 1-5 rating scale for the week, Larry said it was a 3 to 4, fair to good.

 

Lake Maumelle

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Jolly Rogers Marina (501-868-5558) said bream fishing is excellent. Bream have moved off the bed and are 10-14 feet deep. Lots of reports of big redear being caught. Use crickets or live worms. Catfishing is excellent. The catfish are being caught in 15-25 feet of water but some are moving into shallower water. Use stink bait, small bream and chicken livers. Black bass are very good. The black bass are biting on crankbaits, wacky rigged worms, flukes and spinnerbaits. The fish are in 10-15 feet off the weeds in about 10 feet of water. Anglers are having better success in the day compared with night fishing. Heard that the black bass were still in the weeds. On Tuesday night, Matt Hedrick and Brandon Crain pulled in 12.8 pounds of bass, including a big bass of 3.56 pounds, to win the weekly tournament. Keeton Blaylock and Kyle Wise caught 10.62 total pounds. Keeton and Stetson Blaylock caught a 3.34 pound big bass on Friday night. Kentucky bass fishing is excellent. Kentuckies are being caught on jigs and minnows. They’re mixed in with the black bass in the shallow water. White bass are good. They have been seen schooling on the east end. Use Rooster Tails, CC Spoons and deep-diving Bandits and Bombers. Whites are staying up longer. Crappie reports have been good. They are being caught on crappie minnows and jigs (use a chartreuse and white jig with very light line). Lots of 11- to 15-inch crappie are being caught in 22-25 feet of water.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) said crappie are biting in deep water on Baby Shad and Slab Slanger, as well as minnows and 1.25-inch Itty Bit Swim’r. White bass are biting Slab Slanger, Baby Shad, Cajun Spin and Silver Minnow. Bass are biting on worms, lizards, Brush Hogs and Whopper Plopper.

 

Sunset Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said catfish have been biting well on chicken livers, worms, minnows and bait shrimp. Bream are biting well on crickets and redworms. Bass fishing has been fair with minnows and Carolina rigged plastics. Crappie have been slow to bite and most bites are coming right around sunrise on No. 6 minnows and blue and white jigs.

 

Bishop Park Ponds

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said bream have been hitting crickets and worms in both ponds. Catfish are biting fair on chicken livers, minnows and nightcrawlers. Bass have been biting fair on minnows and small wacky rigged plastic worms. Crappie have been some for customers using No. 6 and pink minnows.

 

Saline River Access in Benton

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said bass have been hitting minnows, green pumpkin lizards and worms, crawdad-colored crankbaits and small spinnerbaits. Catfish have been biting minnows, goldfish and black salties at night. Crappie are slowing down but some are still being caught in some deeper water with some current on No. 6 minnows and Kalin’s grubs. Bream fishing is good with crickets or redworms.

 

Lake Norrell
 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said bream fishing is good with crickets and redworms fished deep on tight lines. Catfish have been biting well at night on minnows, goldfish and black salties. Bass fishing is good at night with black plastic worms or lizards or dark topwater baits. Crappie fishing is slow.

 

Lake Winona

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said crappie are still biting well for some customers using No. 6 and No. 12 minnows as well as blue and white or Tennessee shad-colored Kalin’s grubs. Bass have been hitting minnows and plastic worms or lizards about any way you can rig them. Bream fishing has been good with crickets and redworms. Catfish are biting well late in the day and a little while after dark on chicken livers, nightcrawlers and minnows.

 

Tommy Sproles Lake Pickthorne

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) reported that bass are biting and the response is good on spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfish reports were fair, with the fish hitting worms or shad. No report on bream. No report on crappie.

 

Lake Valencia

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) reported that catfish are excellent on chicken hearts, minnows and nightcrawlers. No reports on bass, bream or crappie.

 

Lake Willastein

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) reported that bream were fair in deep water. They were biting redworms. Bass are fair around the grass mats. Use jigs or hollow body frogs. No reports on catfish. No reports on crappie.

 

Arkansas River at Morrilton

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Charley’s Hidden Harbor at Oppelo (501-354-8080) said the AGFC brought in 28,000 largemouth bass this week. Also, the least tern study group from Arkansas Tech said birds are hatching; please stay off the sandbars where the birds are. A few people have started to back to river fishing now that the flows have dropped. Black bass are good are on the grass lines and on brush. Best baits are jigs. Catfish are moving in to shallower water behind the jetties and creek mouths. Use worms, shad or a Senko-style bait. The bite is good. Bream are around jetties with grass and around the riprap. Use crickets or black Mepps and Rooster Tails. The bream bite is good. White bass are good and are chasing shad early on jetty tips. Use Zara Puppies or Tiny Torpedoes. No report on stripers. No report on crappie. And yes, Charley says, his shop is open.

 

Arkansas River (Cadron Pool)

 

(updated 6-7-2017) Professional angler Cody Kelley, owner of Best in Bass Guide Service (501-733-5282),) had no report. River is flowing very fast and remains high. Cody suggests staying off the main river for the time being.

 

Little Maumelle River

 

(updated 6-21-2017) River Valley Marina (501-517-1250) said the water has a slight stain and the level is normal. No surface temperature was available. Bream are bedding and the bite is good. Use worms or crickets. Crappie are fair. You’ll find them in 4-5 feet depth. Use minnows. Bass fishing has been excellent the past week. Spinnerbaits and crankbaits are both working. Catfish are good. They are favoring chicken livers and the best success has been on trotlines. White bass reports were good. On a 1-5 scale for the week, Ray at River Valley rated the week a 3.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) reported that bass are excellent, especially in the backwaters of the pool. Various approaches are working. Try crankbaits, watermelon red creature bait, or black and blue jigs. Catfishing is excellent as well. No reports on bream, crappie or white bass. At the Murray Lock and Dam, lots of success reported snagging for catfish. Results were excellent. Also stripers were great all week on twister tails and spoons.

 

Arkansas River (Maumelle Pool)

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) saidthat bass are excellent, especially in the backwaters of the pool. Various approaches are working. Try crankbaits, watermelon red creature bait, or black and blue jigs. Catfishing is excellent as well. No reports on bream, crappie or white bass. At the Murray Lock and Dam, lots of success reported snagging for catfish. Results were excellent. Also stripers were great all week on twister tails and spoons.
 

(updated 6-21-2017) Zimmerman’s Exxon (501-944-2527) reported bream remain good on worms and crickets. Crappie are fair using minnows and jigs. There were good reports of bass up in Maumelle Creek on plastic worms. Catfishing is excellent on skipjack. No reports on white bass.

 

Arkansas River (Little Rock Pool)

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Vince Miller from Fish ’N’ Stuff (501-834-5733) said the clarity is stained and the water surface temperature Tuesday ranged 80-82 degrees. Water level remains high. Bream are fair. Crappie are good around the jetties using jigs. Bass fishing has been good. The bass are in around the jetties and in about 5 feet depth, and anglers have been having success flipping crankbaits. They’ve also had success u sing black and blue jigs, flipping tubes, buzzbaits and frogs. Catfish are good on stink bait and snagging. On a 1-5 scale for the week, Vince called the fishing fair, a 3.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) McSwain Sports Center (501-945-2471) said the water was at normal level in Clear Lake and throughout the pool toward Terry Lock and Dam. Bream were good on worms and crickets. Bass were good on spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfish were good on nightcrawlers. No report on crappie. On a scale of 1-5, McSwain rated the week a 4.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Zimmerman’s Exxon (501-944-2527) said the river was muddy. No report on surface temperature. Bream are excellent. You’ll find the best bite in the back waters in a depth of 3-4 feet. Waxworms and crickets were the bait of choice. Crappie are fair using minnows and jigs. Bass were good and responding well to plastic worms. Catfishing is excellent below the Murray Dam on skipjack.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) said snagging continues to produce for catfish near the Terry Lock and Dam. Reports on catfish were fair. Alex heard nothing else on other species in the pool.

 

Peckerwood Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Herman’s Landing (870-241-3731) said water is clear and is at a normal level. Fishing has been slow the past week. However, the anglers who have gotten out and have fair to good success with the bream. Bream are biting worms and crickets. Crappie are fair if you’re trolling. Bass are good on spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfishing was good on worms and blood bait.

 

NORTH ARKANSAS

 

White River

(updated 6-21-2017) Cotter Trout Dock (870-435-6525) says this past week has seen heavier generation schedules in the late afternoon and evening, decreasing water levels through the morning hours. It will take some patience to get the trout to pay attention to your bait in the a.m. Quarter-ounce Rooster Tails and Panther Martins with gold blades and yellow bodies have been successful in this scenario. In the afternoon, the bite is good with Red Wigglers and nightcrawlers floating at mid-depth. Drifting a scented pink worm works well in rising, high water. Sculpins have been scarce, so the bite has slowed down some; they’re trying salted minnows today; expect some feedback on that next week. The GULP 3-inch smelt minnow would be an acceptable replacement if live minnows aren't available. Celebrate summer on the river – no better place to stay cool!
 

(updated 6-21-2017) Sportsman’s White River Resort (870-453-2424) said the water clarity is clear. The trout bite was excellent for the past week, both with rainbows and browns.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service (870-435-2169) said last Friday that last week ended with just a trace of rainfall in Cotter, warmer temperatures and moderate winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals remained steady at 27.7 feet above seasonal power pool of 662 feet. This is 5.3 feet below the top of flood pool. Upstream, Table Rock fell 1.4 feet to rest at 7.2 feet above seasonal power pool and 6.8 feet above the top of flood pool. Beaver Lake fell 0.2 feet to rest at 7.3 feet above seasonal power pool and 1.3 feet below the top of flood pool. On the White, we had no wadable water with more moderate generation. All of the lakes in the White River System are now below the top of flood pool. The Corps of Engineers has closed the flood gates on all of the lakes in the White River system. Expect a lot of generation, with some wadable water, in the near future. On the White, the hot spot has been Rim Shoals. The hot flies were olive Woolly Buggers (sizes 8, 10), Y2Ks (sizes 14, 12), prince nymphs (size 14), zebra midges (black with silver wire and silver bead or red with silver wire and silver bead size 16, 18), pheasant tails (size 14), ruby midges (size 18), root beer midges (size 18), pink and cerise San Juan worms (size 10), and sowbugs (size 16). Double-fly nymph rigs have been very effective (John’s current favorite is a size 14 hare and copper nymph with a size 18 ruby midge suspended below it). Use lots of lead and long leaders to get your flies down.
John also said, “We have had a tough spring this year on our trout streams. We have had some of the heaviest spring rains that I can remember. At the beginning of the year, all of the lakes in the White River system were well below the top of power pool. We were enjoying wadable water on both the White and Norfork rivers. Now, after the heavy rains we received, which resulted in flooding on the Norfork and White rivers, the lake levels are at or near the top of flood pool.
“During the flooding, water was held back in the lakes. Once the flooding downstream had receded, the Army Corps of Engineers opened the flood gates on all of the dams on the White River System in order to lower the lakes a bit to prevent them from failing. During the flooding, the conditions were not safe. There was a lot of debris floating downstream and most, if not all, of the launch ramps were closed. When the floodgates were open, some of the ramps were open and the rivers were not as perilous but the water level was so high that it was difficult to fish.

“I did not fish during the flooding, but I fished the White and Norfork during the heavy water levels brought on by the floodgates. It was tough and I am glad it is over. Long leaders and heavy weight were the rule of the day. We caught trout but there were no easy days.
“In the past week, conditions have improved on both rivers. The floodgates have been closed on all of the dams, and the water levels on our rivers are lower. The ramps are all open, the rivers are all navigable and fishing has improved. To top it off, there is even a little wadable water. I guided both rivers [last] week and did well.
“On Monday, I fished the White at Rim Shoals. I was pleased to see the river at a very productive level. The water was running at about 8,800 cfs. This is the rough equivalent of just under three full generators. There was enough water for me to easily navigate the water with my conventional outboard powered by a propeller. At this water level, the fishing was much easier. We could use leaders that were shorter. Even more important, we could use less lead. This made the casting much easier. We caught plenty of trout and enjoyed the day.
“The next day we fished the Norfork. My clients were staying at a cabin on the river. I checked the prediction and noted that we would have a brief window of wadable water early in the morning. We were on the river at 7:30 a.m. It was on the bottom and still stained from the flooding earlier in the year. We found the river to be greatly changed. Places that used to be bedrock were graveled in. Spots that were previously gravel-bottomed were now bedrock. I must say that my wading staff was indispensable as I navigated through this new environment.

“The fishing was pretty good. We managed to land a 16-inch brook trout. This is the largest brook that one of my clients has ever landed. I caught a 19-incher on my own, but that was 20 years ago. Since then my best has been a 14. The water came up and we launched my boat. We floated the Norfork. The going was slow, but we still managed to land a fat 24-inch brown. The cutthroat eluded us so we did not get the grand slam. All in all, it was a good day, with two trophies landed.
“If you have not been out, you should try it. Things are back to normal.”

 

Bull Shoals Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 689.38 feet msl (normal conservation pool – 659.00 msl).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Del Colvin at Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock said last week that the water has come down but was still 30 extra free above full pool. Surface temperature had been ranging 76 to 80 and upwards to even 85 degrees in the back of creeks. The post-spawn fish that were deep have moved back up a little bit. It kind of killed the drop-shot bite. However, early in the morning if you get in back of some of the creeks, there’s a topwater bite going both early and late. The fish are keying on the shad. If you watch your graph, there are a ton of fish suspending about 20 feet. You can be over 100 foot or 10 foot. Watch your graph, have a topwater handy at all times. The bigger creeks, if they have some color in them, those are worthy of fishing if you’ve got some water coming in from the back. Start out there early; Del’s been catching a lot of fish early on the topwater bite and that’s a lot of fun, he said. Buzzbaits working on the flats. If you’re fish in those pockets a buzzbait works well when there is a lot of submerged cover. If you got a big weather front moving in, or you want to try and get a big one, the Whopper Plopper is working. If you’ve got isolated cover, a popper is working well. If you’re covering water, spinnerbaits are still picking up fish. Del uses a ˝-ounce War Eagle, and you can change the color depending on where you’re at or the conditions. Also he’s catching a few on the ol’ jighead Keitech bait. Del prefers the one with the blade if you’ve got clouds and the wind; it’s kind of like the Finesse spinnerbait. Also, Del expects a lot of these fish are going to stay up in these bushes. They’ve got everything they need up there – they’ve got cover, they’ve got food, everything is right there. The crayfish jig bite has been really good, he added – try a ˝-ounce football jig with a Netbait Paca-craw in peanut butter, or use an Arkansas craw, a green pumpkin, and maybe something with a little orange in there. You can fish the lake, you can fish the river, and you can do some bowfishing. If the water lays flat and calm ideally, fish it and get out early, get the topwater bite and move out to the points and go from point to point to point. Don’t sit anywhere for too long. If you get around the fish, they’re schooling up pretty good so hang out in that area, fish it thoroughly and you can come back to it if you need to. But the big thing is the topwater bite – get out early and go halfway back in the creeks. The first channel swing towards the middle of the creek has been about where they’ve been in about all the creeks.

 

Norfork Lake

 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 573.98 feet msl (normal conservation pool: September-April – 552.00 msl, April-September – 554.00 msl).

(updated 6-21-2017) Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters says Norfork Lake is on fire right now. The striper bite is awesome on the lower, southern area of the lake. Starting early, look for stripers as shallow as 22 feet and just follow them out as the sun comes up. The best bite the last week has been around 7:30 a.m. in 40-50 feet of water. The striper are hugging the bottom, so right now Tom and crew are putting are baits on the bottom, then make three turns on the reels to keep the weight off the bottom. They are also using a short leader to keep the bait close to the bottom; this has been very effective. The threadfin shad they’re using are less than 2 inches long. We are using No. 2 and No. 4 hooks with a 12-pound leader. The best points are Koso and Thumb. Tom says he took the Gerrish family out; Scott and Amy with their three boys, Caleb, Connor and Dillon. The boys were 6 to 12 years old and jumped right in on how to hook and catch the fish. Tom has the boys reel very fast when they see the rod tip go down to the water. This sets the circle hook and then they take it out of the rod holder and fight the fish. Tom said they started early leaving the dock at 5 a.m. and did not have a bite for the first hour. The weather was not good but they were close to a marina so he wasn’t worried. In less than 2 minutes they went from no waves to 3-foot rollers. They raced to the marina and were very wet when they got there. They waited for over an hour until the stormed passed. When they went out again they had no bites but then went where Tom’s son, Sean, was fishing and started again. The fish started to bite and in less than 2 hours they caught 15 stripers and lost a few more. Everybody was very happy and had an experience they will not soon forget.

(updated 6-14-2017) Lou Gabric at Hummingbird Hideaway Resort said Norfork Lake fishing has been good over the last couple of weeks. All species are biting, but the typical pattern for this time of year is different. The higher-than-normal water level is keeping the baitfish inside the sunken trees and brush, and the fish are loving it. Plenty of places to hide and feed. The predators are, as you would guess, up inside of the brush with the baitfish. Striper fishing has been excellent from the southern portion of the mid-lake area down to the dam and east of the dam partway back into Big Creek. Main lake points, as well as secondary points back into the creeks and coves, have been the best areas to find the striped bass. Early in the morning you can find stripers and hybrids up tight to the sunken trees and brush feeding on shad. If you can find an area with the shad flipping back in the brush, all species of fish will be in the area feeding. As the sun rises over the tree line, the stripers tend to move out into deeper, cooler water. They will still be off the points, but will move out to find water temperatures in the low 60s, which at this time is about 40-45 feet deep. Surface water temperature is close to 80 degrees. Live bait is working the best for him, Lou said. He’s been using live threadfin shad, gizzard shad or larger shiners. Artificial baits that have worked have been swimbaits, crankbaits and spinnerbaits. Lou says he attempts to get the bait down to the tops of the sunken buck brush, and try to retrieve along the tops of the brush anywhere from 10 feet to 25 feet of water. Once the stripers go deeper, vertical jigging with a spoon will start working. So far though, Lou says, he can't seem to beg a bite on a spoon, but they will work before long.
Lou adds that both largemouth and smallmouth bass fishing have been good. Early and late in the day they are up tight on the sunken brush. Lou says he has had luck over the last week casting a Zara Spook into the brush and slowing walking the dog back to the boat. Lou says he’s called up many fish by this method. Crankbaits and spinnerbaits are also working very well. Try to get a deep-diving crankbait so it will get down to the tops of the brush in 10 to 25 feet of water. The fish are inside of the brush feeding on shad.
Walleye fishing has increasingly gotten better and better. Troll crankbaits on the old shoreline just off of the sunken brush in 20-25 feet of water. Lou had a group of guys down last week and they were using this method of fishing. They landed well over 20 walleye, many keepers. Firetiger was their most productive crankbait color pattern. The walleye are also moving onto the flats in the 15-30 feet water range. Using a Lindy rig with nightcrawlers has been working. You can also drop-shot a large shiner, keeping it just above the bottom in the same water depth of 15-25 feet.
Crappie and bluegills are up in the sunken brush. There has been some nice fish caught on crankbaits as well as spinnerbaits. Live bait will be the best, but the fish are very hard to reach. They have moved very deep into the brush, but working the edges of the sunken brush and especially under sunken Willow trees are holding some nice fish.
Catfishing has been excellent. Limblines, jugs and trotlines are all producing some really nice fish. Norfork Lake's current water level is falling slowly and is at 574.95 as of earlier this week. The current surface water temperature is in the high 70s. Parts of the lake are clear (far north upriver and far south east of the dam). The remainder of the lake is slightly stained with a greenish blue color. Parts of the mid-lake area around the two bridges are still showing a slightly brown tint of stain. Overall the lake is in great condition and is getting back to normal. I am noticing very little floating debris, but caution is still advised as always.

 

Norfork Tailwater

 

(updated 6-21-2017) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service said Norfork Lake fell 0.7 feet to rest at 17.6 feet above seasonal power pool of 556.72 feet and 5.4 feet below the top of flood pool. On the Norfork, we had limited wadable water and the water is stained. It fishes well one day and poorly the next. Navigate this stream with caution as things have changed a bit during the recent flooding. There has been major gravel recruitment at the bottom of Mill Pond and the dock hole. The most productive flies have been small midge patterns (sizes 18, 20, 22) like ruby midges, root beer midges, zebra midges (black or red with silver wire and silver bead) and soft hackles (sizes 14, 16) like the Green Butt. Egg patterns have also been productive. Double-fly nymph rigs have been very effective. Try a small bead-headed nymph (zebra midge, copper John or pheasant tail) suspended 18 inches below a brightly colored San Juan worm (hot fluorescent pink or cerise size 10). The fishing is better in the morning. John’s favorite rig has been a cerise San Juan worm with a ruby midge dropper.

Dry Run Creek has been affected by the flooding but has returned to its banks and is fishing well. The hot flies have been sowbugs (size 14), Y2Ks (size 12) and various colored San Juan worms (worm brown, red, hot fluorescent pink and cerise size 10). While you are at the creek you should visit the Norfork National Fish Hatchery. It is fascinating. Be sure and remove your waders before entering to prevent the spread of aquatic diseases.

 

Buffalo National River

 

(updated 6-21-2017) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Buffalo National River and Crooked Creek are navigable. With the warmer weather the smallmouths are more active. John’s favorite fly is a Clouser minnow. Carefully check the water level before entering Crooked Creek or the Buffalo River. There are no dams on these streams. They both have large drainages and are prone to flooding during and following any rain event. The water can rise very quickly.

 

Crooked Creek

 

(updated 6-21-2017) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Buffalo National River and Crooked Creek are navigable. With the warmer weather the smallmouths are more active. John’s favorite fly is a Clouser minnow. Carefully check the water level before entering Crooked Creek or the Buffalo River. There are no dams on these streams. They both have large drainages and are prone to flooding during and following any rain event. The water can rise very quickly.

 

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS

 

Beaver Lake

 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 1,128.55 feet msl (normal conservation pool – 1,121.00 msl).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Southtown Sporting Goods (479-443-7148) said water clarity is clear and is at a normal level. Bream are good on worms and crickets. Crappie were fair with the anglers who were trolling. Bass reports were good, with a good bite early in the morning and late in the day. Small plastic worms and topwaters were working best. Catfish appear to be spawning, and the bite was fair.

(updated 6-21-2017) Bailey’s Beaver Lake Guide Service (479-366-8664) said water temperatures are in the high 70s to low 80s, and striper activity forecast for the week is good. They are on the feed with most stripers using 20-100 feet of water. The mud line is clearing nicely. Some stripers are using gravel bars, points, humps, treetops and cuts in the bank to corner bait. Fishing free lines and lightly weighted downlines will get you some fish. Night fishing has also been productive in these areas. Some stripers are keyed on the spawning shad and patrolling areas that the shad are spawning in. There has been some topwater activity from striper and white bass. Beaver lake striper fishing will be good with striper taken on live shad fished on free lines and downlines from the surface down to about 50 feet deep; also try trolling small umbrella rigs with white grubs or chartreuse for stained water, as well as plugs like Rapala No. 14 husky jerks in black back or purple back colors and Smithwick Rogues in similar colors in 5-6-inch model on plane boards with snap weights to get some depth and stagger your presentation. Jerk baits like flukes, swimbaits and jigs will also produce. Topwaters like 7-inch Redfins, Spooks and Pencil Poppers need to be tied on and ready. Fish location is greatly influenced by lake level and current flow; current in the lake from generation will generally position fish on upstream or downstream edges of structure. Check the daily lake level and flow data link on Mike’s website linked above.
On the mid and lower sections check out these hot spots: Indian Creek, Lost Bridge North, Big Clifty, points 5 and 6, Rambo Creek Arm, Rocky Branch, Ford and Cedar creeks and Larue.
Horseshoe bend has white bass surfacing, while walleye being caught in numbers as well. Walleye continue making their way back to the main lake in numbers in late spring/summer migration mode and can be found scattered throughout the lake and are on the feed. Walleye can be found from 10-30 feet deep depending on areas you fish. Three-way rigging Rapalas in natural colors for clear water or chartreuse/orange and clown colors in areas of stained water. Try Rapala Tail Dancers, Bagley Rumble B's, Flicker Shad, Bandit 300 Series in colors that include orange and chartreuse. Also give slow death rigs and spinner rigs on bottom bouncers in orange/chartreuse a try. Bink Pro Scale 1-ounce jigging spoons in white or white/chartreuse combo and a variety of jigs are also producing walleye.

Beaver Tailwaters

(updated 6-14-2017) Guide Austin Kennedy (479-244-0039) said, “Encouraging news! The water in the tailwaters is starting to go down and the bite is picking up.” Austin reported water temperatures between Houseman Access and the U.S. Highway 62 bridge ranging from mid-60s down to the upper 50s. Water clarity is still less than optimal. You can find pockets of trout between the 62 bridge and Spider Creek. Unfortunately, you will still need a boat to access these areas. Trout are biting on various PowerBaits fished with light terminal tackle. Trout are also hitting Rapalas and spoons being trolled between Houseman and the 62 bridge. Smallmouths are hitting on various crankbaits and soft plastics thrown at structure and in coves between Houseman and Beaver town.

 

(updated 6-14-2017) Beaver Dam Store reported fish were stocked yesterday and the fish are eager to eat whatever you throw at them. With the water in its current condition, fish the boat ramp just below the dam and at Bertrand. Bank fishing is limited due to the high water however, there is still room to fish, just got to get out there and find it. Only one week left in the snagging season. Game fish may be snagged from the bank below Beaver Dam, from the Corps of Engineers "No fishing beyond this point" sign, downstream to the first Corps of Engineers boat ramp on the left descending bank from until June 15. Good lures for anglers at Beaver Dam Store are gold and silver Colorado Spoons, red and gold Bouyant Spoons and Flicker Shad in Pro Series Nos. 4 and 5. Good PowerBait colors are white, red, orange, yellow, chartreuse and peach. Good flies are pheasant tails, midges in blue dun, black or olive; hare’s ear, tungsten copper johns, WD40s, Trout Magnets and San Juan Worms.

 

War Eagle Creek
 

(updated 6-21-2017) Loy Lewis of War Eagle Creek Outfitting (479-530-3262) said smallmouth bass are hitting watermelon-colored soft plastics, crawdad-colored crankbaits, spoons and spinnerbaits. Pools above, during and after rapids are good fishing places, from the AGFC’s Clifty Access to War Eagle Mills. Remember, the length limit on smallmouth is 14 inches. There has been very good fishing for largemouth bass on the last stretches of War Eagle. Anglers are fishing with whatever is hot on Beaver Lake. A reminder that the black bass combined limit is 2. Goggle Eye are biting Rooster Tails, small jigs and live worms. When you catch one, there are more likely many more fish in that same area. Catfishing is best with liver, stink bait and live bait. There has been good fishing at each bluff hole and the War Eagle stretch going into Beaver Lake.
 

Lake Elmdale

 

Lucky Key at Duck Camp Fishing Retreat (479-871-6305) reports that as of Sunday, May 1, he has closed the shop and has retired.

 

Lake Fayetteville

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lake Fayetteville Boat Dock (479-444-3476) reported that the water is high and the clarity is stained as of Monday. Dave, who reports from here, said that overall it was still a good week for anglers. He also said “You can’t catch ’em if you don’t come on out.” He said the bream were still responding nicely, with anglers reporting good success. Crickets were working best for bream. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Bass reports were good using crankbaits and plastic worms. Catfishing is excellent. You could throw about anything and get a response from the cats, Dave said.

 

 

Lake Sequoyah

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lake Sequoyah Boat Dock (479-444-3475) reported the water is dingy and is at a normal level. Surface temperature on Monday was 74 degrees. Bream are good on worms and crickets. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Bass fishing has been good, with spinnerbaits working best. Catfishing is good on shad or chicken livers.

 

NORTHEAST ARKANSAS

 

Lake Poinsett

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Ome Coleman at Lake Poinsett State Park said the fishermen are going after the bream at Lake Poinsett. The crickets are the most sought after bait. Although we are still selling plenty of minnows. For the catfish, anglers are going for the goldfish as their choice of bait. We do sell rice slicks, nightcrawlers and redworms as well as frozen bait. The weather is perfect.

 

Crown Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Boxhound Marina (870-670-4496) said the water is very clear, and the water surface temperature Tuesday was ranging 83-84 degrees. Water level is normal. Bream fishing is excellent. Anglers were having the best success with crickets for bait. Bass are good both early in the day and late in the evening. Try a topwater for the best response. Catfishing is good using crawlers and chicken livers. No report on crappie. The week rated a 3-4 for anglers on a 1-5 scale.

 

Spring River

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Mark Crawford with springriverfliesandguides.com (870-955-8300) said water levels are running at 455 cfs and water clarity is partly clear. Water coming out of the spring has still been cloudy. The river is coming down to a wadable level. Extra care should be used wading and always use a wading staff. The bite has been really good lately on olive, brown and black bead-head Woollies. This week a snail pattern has been working great. For spin fishing a hot pink or red Trout Magnet is hard to beat. Silver and gold spinners work well, also. The river is cold and refreshing during this hot time, so get out and enjoy.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Spring River is high and off-color. This is a great place to wade fish when they are running water on the White and Norfork rivers. Canoe season is on and there many boats on the river. 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).

 

White River

 

(updated 6-14-2017) Triangle Sports (870-793-7122) reported that water is clear and the level is closer to normal, about 9-9 ˝ feet. Bream are fair on worms and crickets. Crappie are in the creeks and around brush piles. Reports were fair, using minnows. No reports on bass. No reports on catfish. No reports on walleye.

 

SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS

 

Arkansas River at Pine Bluff

 

(updated 6-7-2017) The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Bass Team reported that water temperatures are in the mid- to low 80s and visibility is less than 1 foot in most places; some protected back waters have around 1 foot of visibility. The river continues to flow at dangerously high rates. Additionally, the higher water level has barely submerged many of the wing dams in the northern part of the Pine Bluff pool, making boating outside of the marked navigation channel extremely dangerous. It is our advice to stay within Lake Langhofer until the river slows and returns to normal level. Black bass are biting fairly well within Lake Langhofer and in protected backwaters off of the river. Fishing pressure in the protected areas has made these fish difficult to catch, but they can still be caught using dark-colored soft-plastic creature baits and jigs either swam or worked through flooded vegetation and woody cover. Multiple casts to likely spots may be needed to get them to bite, so be diligent in your approach.

 

Cane Creek Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Jennifer Albertson, park interpreter at Cane Creek State Park, said fishing is going strong. Bream are all over the lake right now, so bream fishing is great; they are biting mostly on crickets, and sometimes on redworms. Bass are fair, and they are hitting topwater baits. Crappie are slow and sporadic, biting on minnows when they bite. Come on out to try for anything, but especially if you want a good bream supper.

 

 

 

Lake Chicot

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Brandy Oliver at Lake Chicot State Park (870-265-9705) said due to the higher temperatures, the best fishing at Lake Chicot has been at night and early in the morning. Catfish are the main thing biting. People are having better luck overnight with yo-yo’s and stink bait. The best daytime catch was a group of guys that were “hogging” or “noodling,” meaning catching the fish by feeling around for them and pulling them out of the water by hand.

 

 

Local angler Geoff Wright said

 

Lake Monticello

 

Fishing guide Greg Gulledge (870-723-3928) of MonticelloBigBass.com had no report this week.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Angler Chris Van Duren at Lucky’s of Monticello said that the water is clear and at a normal level. Water surface temperature is in the 80s. Bass are good, both early in the morning and late in the day. The bass are in about 10-15 feet of water. Soft plastic worms and topwater lures are working best. White bass are school and the bite is good. Use a crankbait for the whites. No reports on bream, crappie or catfish.

 

SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS

 

Millwood Lake

 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 259.48 feet msl (normal conservation pool – 259.20 msl).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Mike Siefert at Millwood Lake Guide Service said the lake level is near normal conservation pool and steady. On Monday there was reduced current in Little River with the gates releasing around 400 cfs. Largemouth bass are excellent on topwaters early, moving deeper later in the day. Crappie have improved upriver, out of any remaining current. Surface temps Monday ranged 77 degrees early to 86 late. As of Monday the tailwater level was near 226 feet msl with reduced gate current. Clarity and visibility continue improving this week. The main lake has also improved visibility over the past few days. Further up Little River, clarity is much better than a week ago, with the reduced inflow and current. The oxbow's clarity also continues improving. As of Monday on main lake structure away from current, clarity and visibility ranged 8-10 inches. Little River's visibility ranges 5-10 inches depending on location and current. The oxbow's clarity is 25-35 inches depth of visibility depending on location. Clarity and visibility can change dramatically on Millwood in just a few hours with high winds, rain, or thunderstorms.
The largemouth bass bite has been improving early on topwaters over the last two weeks with the improved lake level and clarity conditions. The best bass bite varies from early to midmorning, and is pretty much done by 10 a.m. in this sweltering humidity and heat. Largemouth bass are on normal summer feeding patterns. Larger bass have pulled out to slightly deeper water and are beginning to bite with more regularity, moving to shallows early and late. The larger largemouths are fair to good; from around 3-4 pounds each, and best baits continue being worms, jigs, Bass Assassin Shads, Frogs, buzz baits, War Eagle Spinnerbaits and Rat-L-Traps. Soft plastic frogs, Johnson spoons and Bass Assassin Shads are getting good reactions in the pads. Black buzzbaits in firecracker color and Heddon Spit’n Images are working at daylight. Best color of War Eagle spinnerbaits is Firetiger for any remaining heavy stain water areas and Spot Remover in clearer oxbows water. Rat-L-Traps in Spring Bream, Millwood Magic or red shad colors seem to draw the best reactions in the clearest water locations. Ten-inch Yum worms in peanut butter 'n jelly, plum or black also are randomly taking fair quality largemouths upriver and on the main lake. Rat-L-Trap Echo 1.75 squarebills are working in creek channels. Gizzard Shad, Ghost and Millwood Magic remain best reaction colors for good bites. Real Deal Custom Tackle Jigs in Peanut Butter 'n Jelly, Texas Craw or June Bug colors will work most anywhere on the lake. Work the jigs in slightly deeper areas and ditches, creek channels around stumps and lay-downs for heavier bass typically in the 7-9 foot zone. These deeper ditches and secondary drops in creek channels of Millwood are holding the best quality, and heavier, bass. Use Bass Assassin trick worms in watermelon red or Red Bug colors, Shad Assassins in gold shiner or black shad or salt and pepper silver phantom colors for better clarity water, and Salty Rat Tails in green pumpkin or watermelon red catching keeper bass on a light wire hook and a dead-sticking method in the clearest water.
Mike added that lily pads continue blooming over the past couple weeks, and the frog bite is slowly improving. The clearest water holding these new pad growths are the best spots to work your topwater frogs. Begin shallow in early morning daylight throwing deep into the pads and working outward. Any pad stand with creek channels swinging near and/or into the pads are high target areas. Around the perimeter of the new pad fields, search for bass with Bass Assassins, Salty Rat Tails, spinnerbaits, worms and Rat-L-Traps. Deeper cranks like the Bomber Fat Free Shads are catching bass in slightly deeper water adjacent to and off the edges of pads and vegetation of grass-like pond weed, coontail and hydrilla. Arbogast jitterbugs are also taking good bass and blow up reactions from daylight to around 8am.
White bass were found stacked up in 25-30 feet deep holes of Little River last week on slabs and jigging spoons. Crappie are biting very good around cypress trees in areas along creek channels from 2-7 feet deep, and continue to bite well on jigging tiny hair jigs in the clearest water you can locate. The crappie are also stacking vertically over planted brush piles along Little River. Best bite is during the early morning hours before 10 a.m. Additionally, Southern Pro Crappie tubes and hair jigs in white, chartreuse or hot pink or small Rocket Shads and Blakemore Road Runners were working over the past two weeks. Channel cats and blues continue to bite very good over the past couple weeks in Little River's current, and nice size 3-4 pound blues were brought in over the past week on trotlines, yo-yo’s, tight lines, and jug fishing along Little River. Blues and channel cats were biting well on redworms, Charlie and chicken livers in 14-18 feet of Little River on outer break lines in current or with the yo-yo’s tied underneath cypress trees with live shiners in 8-9 feet depths.

Lake Greeson

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 546.75 feet msl (Flood pool – 548.00 msl).

 

(updated 6-14-2017) Phillip Kastner ofTrader Bill's Outdoor Sports in Hot Springs said on US97 that all he’d heard lately from here is that the bream bite had really gotten good. He heard from some guys who spent this past weekend on the lake and they reported it was a little better than the normal June as far as the bluegill. The guess was, it was due to all the May rain. That large amount of water may have made some of those fish put off their spawn. Kastner said that Greeson was more “vertically challenged” than any lake around there because of all the rainfall, but the result is that the bream spawn last week was likely as good as there was anywhere.

 

Lake Greeson Tailwater (Little Missouri River)
 

Visit www.littlemissouriflyfishing.com for a daily update on fishing conditions.

 

Cossatot River
 

Cossatot River State Park had no report this week.

 

DeGray Lake
 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 406.79 feet msl (flood pool – 408.00 msl).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Local angler George Graves said surface water temperature is in the low 80s and the lake is clear throughout. Bass fishing is good early in the morning when there is some surface activity. Look for shad and schooling fish on main lake points near the shoreline grass line. Try surface plugs such as Zara Spooks, Pop R's and Spit’n Image. Also soft plastic lures will work such as Flukes, Bass Assassins and 4-inch swimbaits. For color, keep it natural shad or white in the clear water. Also try medium-running crankbaits fished across the points. Some nice fish are showing in the big coves with standing timber. Work a buzzbait or spinnerbait next to the tree trunks. Best areas have been between Edgewood and Shouse Ford. Also try the big creeks such as Brushy, Big Hill and Yancey. Crappie fishing is good on the main lake brush attractors at 18-20 feet of water. There are several ways to fish the attractors. Vertical fish a 2-inch Kalin's Tennessee Shad grub on a 1/16-ounce jighead to several feet below the top of the brush. Move around the cover slowly while slowly jigging the lure. Also throw the lure across the attractor, count it down to about 10 or 12 feet and just slowly retrieve it. Try both methods, because you don't know which one will work best until it's tried. Best areas are between Edgewood and Shouse Ford. Morning is the best time. Hybrid fishing is picking up nicely in the lower end between Point 4 and the dam. Look for fish near the old river channel at 30-50 feet down in 100-plus feet of water. Use the sonar to locate the fish and drop a heavy jigging spoon or grub on a Ľ-ounce jighead. Pearl white, chartreuse or smoke glitter are the best colors. Early morning is the best time. Bream fishing is good on the shallow humps and big coves with some cover in 5-10 feet of water. Try crickets and redworms fished near the bottom. Look for fish between Edgewood and Shouse Ford.

(updated 6-21-2017) John Duncan of YoYoGuideService.com at Iron Mountain Marina said that on Tuesday, DeGray had a406.79 feet msl lake level with water temperatures in the mid-80s. Water is clear and clean. Catfish are doing fair on trotlines. Trotlines are always best with live bait. Fish around 10 feet deep across cove mouths, stump fields and near big brush piles. The later we get in the year the more the catfish are located at brush piles. Black bass are pretty well in the summer mode. Weed beds with topwaters and buzzbaits early. If you haven’t tried the Whopper Plopper, you need to check it out for early, late and basically any topwater action. Then move to crankbaits or worms. Worms usually Texas rigged. Bream bite is still fair. The bream are just finishing bedding. Hybrids are surfacing throughout from Arlie Moore to Iron Mountain. They are from Shouse Ford to Brushy. Topwaters, spoons, shad-colored crankbaits, swimbaits – you pick. When the hybrids are up, they hit most baits resembling a shad. Crappie fishing is good all over. Fishing minnows in brush piles 15-20 feet deep. Fish 15 feet and more. The big ones are in the river. This rain coming, if we get the amount they are predicting, it will be another slug of fresh water. Good fishing, and watch the weather this weekend.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Darryl Morris at Family Fishing Trips said the big crappie have moved a little deeper. Jigs or minnows fished 12-15 feet deep on brush piles in 18-24 feet of water will get the job done if you start at first light. The bite is over by midmorning.

 

SOUTH-CENTRAL ARKANSAS

 

Felsenthal

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Sportsman’s One Stop in El Dorado (870-863-7248) saidbream are still biting good, They are selling a lot of crickets. Bass are hitting topwater baits and spinnerbaits. Got a good report on crappie being caught on the lower river. No report on catfish. Heard they were going to lower Felsenthal by 1 foot, down to 64 feet starting July 5.

 

Lake Columbia

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Sportsman’s One Stop (870-863-7248) said a few bream being caught. Bass are slow. No report on crappie or catfish.


Mike Knoedl Tri-County Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Local angler Jaret Rushing had no report.

 

Moro Bay

 

Moro Bay State Park, at the junction of the Ouachita River, Raymond Lake and Moro Bay, had no report this week.

 

 

White Oak Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) White Oak Lake State Park (870-685-2748) had no report.

 

 

WEST-CENTRAL ARKANSAS

 

Lake Atkins
 

(updated 6-21-2017) Lucky Landing (479-641-7615) said the water was clear and a little above normal level. Bream fishing is good, as anglers in boats are finding them off the shoreline and in open water. They are using worms and crickets. Crappie have slowed down a bit, rating just fair. Use minnows or jigs. Bass fishing is good, and anglers are mainly using plastic worms. Catfish are good on yo-yo’s. No report on white bass.

 

Lake Bailey (Petit Jean State Park)

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) reported that catfish are biting on minnows and worms. Bream are biting well on crickets and worms and Rock Hopper. Bass are biting on worms, lizards, Brush Hogs and Whopper Plopper.

 

Lake Catherine
 

For weekly flow releases from Carpenter Dam, visit www.entergy.com/hydro.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Shane Goodner, owner of Catch’em All Guide Service, reports that water temperature below Carpenter Dam has risen to 64 degrees with clear conditions in the tailrace. The lake is now at normal summertime pool with Entergy opening flood gates for 3-hour periods each day to help maintain lake levels. Boaters and anglers should use caution approaching the dam when the flow is at its highest peak. Fast currents created by open floodgates are dangerous and keeping the proper distance from the area is vital for safety. Life jackets should be worn at all times. Rainbow trout fishing is winding down which is the norm for this time of year. Numbers of fish are caught are much lower than earlier in the season, but size is the main attraction at present. Four- and five-pound rainbows have been caught and released in the last several days by area guides. The bite is very slow and patience is key regardless of the techniques used. Live bait presentations are best presented under a bobber or just off the bottom with a marshmallow floater. Redworms, nightcrawlers, waxworms or mealworms are an excellent choice along with live minnows and crickets. Artificial lures are nonproductive as hundreds of thousands of threadfin shad have migrated into the area to spawn. June trout fishing requires stealth and patience as the fish are extremely wary and the bite lasts for only a few hours. White bass are in the tailrace and are being caught on live minnows tight-lined over deep water below the bridge. In periods of current flow, jerkbaits in a black/silver pattern has worked well over rock structure and sand bars. These fish are spawning and should be present from the bridge to the dam until late July. Stripers have migrated into the tailrace to feed on the shad migration that occurs every May and June. Fish in the 20-pound class have been observed feeding below the bridge in the late evening while the flood gates are open. Feeding on small shad, anglers should downsize their techniques to match the forage. Smaller Alabama rigs and jigs are much more effective now than earlier in the spring. Casting weightless soft plastics perfectly match the injured shad drawn through the open gate flow. Strong lines and rods are highly recommended as many of these large predator fish are in excess of 20 pounds and are ferocious fighters when hooked. Anyone navigating the Carpenter Dam tailrace is urged to be aware of the generation schedules and always follow all park and lake regulations.

 

Lake Dardanelle

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Charles Morrison at Classic Catch Guide Service (479-647-9945)said the river is in the mid-80s. Clarity is still poor in the river, but improving, with some clear creeks and some dingy creeks, and some clear bays. River flow is down to 25,000 cfs. Bass fishing has been excellent on jigs and Bamboozies, spinnerbaits, plastic flipping baits, crankbaits and lipless crankbaits. Frog fishing in the grass and around lily pads has been excellent. White bass and stripers are still in the creeks spinnerbaits, jerkbaits, topwater baits, crankbait and swimbaits. Bream have been excellent on worms, crickets and mayflies. Catfish have been good on cut shad, cut skipjack. Flatheads have been good on bream. Crappie have been fair about 10-foot deep on minnows.

 

Lake Hamilton

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Phillip Kastner of Trader Bill's Outdoor Sports said onUS97 thata lot of people are still doing a lot of night fishing, which is fun right now, but the best report he heard was from daytime topwater fishing, something we don’t hear a lot in the heat of summer there. But last Sunday morning, on the front of that big storm coming, at White Oak Basin, this group was fishing topwater lures around boat docks. Kastner says, pay attention to the fronts coming through. On the front side of those fronts, that’s when you want to be out there. Also, these were not schooling fish they were catching. Rather, they were calling them up around boat docks. He suggests any topwater method would work, but he likes to parallel up to the edge of a boat dock and throw a frog or his preference, a chugger. He prefers less a walking-the-dog type topwater to a chugger-type bait, which he finds more versatile.

 

Lake Nimrod
 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 346.87 feet msl (flood pool – 342.00 msl).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Andrews Bait Shop and More (479-272-4025) reported water is clear and at a normal level. Water surface temperature was 82 degrees on Monday. Bream are fair on crickets. Crappie are fair on minnows or jigs. The crappie are about 8 feet deep. Bass fishing has been excellent for the past week. Plastic worms are the best bait to use. Catfish are biting well on yo-yo’s.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Good Ole Boys Trading Post (479-272-4710) had no report.

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) reported crappie are biting on Bobby Garland Baby Shad in Shiny Hiney, Glimmer Blue, BBQ Chicken, Cajun Crickets, Blue Ice, Shimmer, Monkey Milk, crystal, bone, Penny Back Baby Shad, Slab Slay’r and 1.25-inch Itty Bit Swim’r and minnows. Catfish are biting on minnows, worms and frozen shad. Bream are biting well on crickets, worms and Rock Hopper. Bass are biting on worms, lizards, Brush Hogs and Whopper Plopper.

 

Lake Ouachita
 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 576.34 feet msl (flood pool – 578.00 msl).

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Todd Gadberry at Mountain Harbor Resort and Spa (870-867-2191/800-832-2276 out of state) said the water surface temperature is 78-82 degrees and the clarity is clear. Black bass are fair to good and being caught with Texas rigged plastics and crankbaits fished late evening and night. Main lake and secondary points have been the most productive. Walleye are very good and being caught on small crankbaits and spoons on main lake humps and points near brush. Stripers are good on Alabama rigs and live bait. The central and eastern parts of the lake are the best areas for these fish. Bream are excellent in water 10-15 feet deep on crickets and worms. Crappie are good. Try using minnows or crappie jigs at depths around 20-25 feet deep fished near brush. Catfish are very good on live bait and cut bait. Try depths of 10-20 feet. Call the Mountain Harbor guides – Mike Wurm (501-622-7717), Chris Darby (870-867-7822) or Jerry Bean (501-282-6104) – for more information.

(updated 6-14-2017) Phillip Kastner of Trader Bill's Outdoor Sports said onUS97 radiothat he’d heard a lot of good topwater reports earlier this week. The cloud cover Monday seemed to help; it gave anglers the ability to fish topwater almost all day long. He said, however, that regardless of whether you’re throwing a topwater bait, or a frog, even the little squarebill seems to be working pretty well on the inside edge of the moss line. There are still quite a few people catching shallow bass. He also reported that the moss on the lake is “in excellent shape.” If you haven’t had the chance to fish Lake Ouachita, you need to right now, he said, because moss goes in cycles and at this point it’s in the shape you want it. He also said a jighead worm bait is tough to beat on moss. Also, anglers should be able to take advantage of the back end of the full moon, which started last Friday. There will still be a big, bright moon overnight, giving you the best chance to catch the most prominent, quality fish. Also, anglers should have some success very early after sunrise and after sunset with a topwater lure. Fish are going to be feeding, moving and being active all night long and when it gets to daylight hours they take a break.

 

Blue Mountain Lake
 

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 387.28 feet msl (flood pool – 384.00 msl).

 

 

EAST ARKANSAS

 

Bear Creek Lake

 

(updated 6-21-2017) Natalie Faughn, ranger at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), said they had good this week reports on Bear Creek. Bream activity is still high on the beds at moderate depths, using live bait (mainly crickets). Crappie activity was good over the weekend – anglers were using mainly minnows and fishing at moderate to deep levels. Some activity with jigs as well. No reports on bass and catfish. Don’t forget to swing by and purchase your bait at the Mississippi River State Park Visitor Center.

 

Maddox Bay

 

Maddox Bay Landing (870-462-8317) has closed.

 

Storm Creek Lake

 

(updated 6-7-2017) Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040) said activity at Storm Creek is still low. Bream seem to be picking up from the bank, but no more than a half-dozen bites in any given sitting. Fewer anglers have been out on Storm Creek, so less to report compared with Bear Creek.

 

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