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Carroll County Sheriff's Office 4-25-18  

The overnight arrest report for Carroll County.

Name & Age Residence Classification

Charges

Total 86

Intakes and Releases From: 4-24-18 Thru 4-25-18

Santilli, Matthew David-36 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 4-23-18 Thru 4-24-18

Bingaman, Kimberly Ann-31 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP--HOA for Madison County
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd 3 day court commitment
Phillips, Robert Harold-20 Berryville AR FTA
Santilli, Matthew D-36 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication
Swofford, Melissa Kay-41 Berryville AR PC Possession of drug paraphernalia--No proof liab ins--Defective equipment--Obstructing windshield--HOA--FTP
Travis, William Barrett-26 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery--Interference with emergency communications--Endangering welfare of a minor

Intakes and Releases From: 4-22-18 Thru 4-23-18

Barnes, William Paul-44 Harrison AR Misd VAHCL
Brickey, Lee Allan-40 Berryville AR Prior Felon No proof liab ins--Domestic battery--Criminal mischief--Driving on susp--Unsafe vehicle--Obstructing a windshield--Expired registration--Endangering welfare of a minor
Heimer, James David-51 Green Forest AR Misd Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Lacavera, Michael James-31 Eureka Springs AR Misd 5 days court commit
Potteet, Angel Marie-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Contempt of court/failure to do community service
Sisco, Troy B-81 Berryville AR Prior Felon DWI--Implied consent--Driving left of center
Tumbleson, Tracy-46 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on careless driving
Woolsey, Travis Wayne-27 St Joe AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Yates, Christopher C-42 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court appearance--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-19-18 Thru 4-20-18

Dyer, Lannis Malik-45 Bentonville AR Misd FTA
Gates, Eric-23 Green Forest AR Misd Disorderly conduct
Kelley, Graffit Lemark Jr-19 Berryville AR Misd Terroristic threatening
Tidwell, Taylor James-19 Mountain View AR Prior Felon FTA--HOA for Stillwell OK
Ware, Alexia Keshaun-19 Berryville AR Misd Terroristic threatening

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

Dunbar, Wendell-37 Berryville AR Felony HOA--Domestic battery
Johnson, Trampus Daniel-35 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA on public intoxication--FTP on domestic battery
Knapik, Josh Alan-41 Berryville AR Felony Violation of no contact order
McDonald, Stephanie Lynn-27 Berryville AR Misd FTA
Navismal, Randy Lee-34 Beaverton OR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Recinos, Alyssa Jade-26 Hot Springs AR Misd FTP--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-16-18 Thru 4-17-18

Badley, Brian Paul-23 Green Forest AR Felony HOA for Greene County
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Goings, Adrian Paul-34 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Leggett, Shasta Ann-45 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA
Ross, Devon Mikel-26 Bentonville AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-15-18 Thru 4-16-18

Escobar, Jose-21 Green Forest AR DWI--Driving on susp--No seat belt--HOA for Madison County
Graves, Nicholas-30 Green Forest AR FTA--FTP
Loriaux, David M-47 Eureka Springs AR FTA
Trujillo, Carla-34 Berryville AR Revocation

Intakes and Releases From: 4-14-18 Thru 4-15-18

Eickmann, Jeremy Keith-46 Lead Hill AR Prior Felon FTP, Failure to reinstate DL--HOA for Boone County
Krause, Karla Sue-50 Harrison AR Misd Theft of property--Possession of Meth
Miller, Benjamin Nicholus-31 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Pumphrey, Jeremy Michael-39 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon PCS--No proof liab ins--Driving on susp
Reagan, Pamela Dawn-31 Holiday Island AR Misd PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Rollins, Dwayne Lowell-43 Berryville AR Prior Felon Assault on family/household member
Wiley, Gregory Glen-29 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation on possession of firearm, theft by receiving--Court appearance
Young, Nathaniel Charles-27 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-13-18 Thru 4-14-18

Armer, Jeffery Keith-38 Green Forest AR Sex Offender White warrant parole--Failure to register as sex offender
Carpio, Jose-34 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--DWI--Driving left of center--FTP registration fee--Careless/prohibited driving--No liab ins--Open container
Eickmann, Jeremy-46 Lead Hill AR Prior Felon Failure to reinstate DL--HOA for Boone County
Littrell, David Alan-53 Springdale AR Commitment Court commitment
Palos, David Springdale AR Prior Felon HOA for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 4-12-18 Thru 4-13-18

Black, Sarah Anne-35 Eureka Springs AR Misd Criminal trespass
Potteet, Angel Marie-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Driving on susp
Wortman, William Lee-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Violation of protection order

Intakes and Releases From: 4-11-18 Thru 4-12-18

Carrico, Michelle-35 Berryville AR FTA
Coffel, Ricky-26 Berryville AR FTA
Jester, Heather M-40 Green Forest AR Revocation of suspension
Pineda-Caceres, Roberto-29 Springdale AR FTA--FTP
Razer, Stephen-18 Harrison AR VAHCL
Robinson, Jerry O-46 Green Forest AR FTP
Veach, Cody-33 Berryville AR Child support

Intakes and Releases From: 4-10-18 Thru 4-11-18

Cantrell, Kambra Luann-37 Urbanette AR Misd FTA
Kile, Nathan Gene-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-9-18 Thru 4-10-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Delgado, Francis Leeann-28 Berryville AR Prior Felon Hold for probation & parole
Edwards, Jessie Legrant-35 Shell Knob MO Misd FTA
Hart, Justin Paul-28 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Kile, Nathan Gene-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Mendez, Victor Manuel-27 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA
Payne, Alexander Roy-29 Eureka Springs AR Felony Failure to comply with terms of probation--FTA on PCS, possession of drug paraphernalia
Schuh, Marvin Maxwell-51 Harrison AR Misd Domestic battery--Terroristic threatening
Villines, Jesse Thomas-44 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 4-8-18 Thru 4-9-18

Alexander, Staci-34 Stilwell OK Misd Public intoxication
Alexander, Tyler Daniel-35 Stilwell OK Misd Public intoxication
Bay, Zachary Michael-25 Willard MO Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Failure to dim headlights
Bokbwij, Lino-28 Springdale AR Misd FTA
Casper, Lauren Gay-37 Cary NC Prior Felon Revocation of probation
Coy, Joel David-24 Berryville AR Misd FTA--FTP
Henderson, Amanda Ellen-34 Green Forest AR Misd FTA--FTP--Contempt of court--Driving on susp/revoked license--Fictitious vehicle license--No proof ins--Possession of controlled substance--HOA for Washington County
Ragland, Courtney Faith-22 Mountain Home AR Felony Speeding 70/55--HOA for Mountain Home PD--Absconder warrant
Yeakley, Omar Lee-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Contempt of court/failure to do community service--FTP on obstruction of govt operations/disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 4-7-18 Thru 4-8-18

Carter, Joshua-35 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Faught, Bradley-37 Berryville AR Court commitment
Getman, Melissa-34 Berryville AR Court commitment
Hagar, Travis-35 Lake City Rape--Endangering walfare of a minor
Hansen, Derek-32 Oak Grove AR Court commitment
Keeter, Marietta-28 Green Forest AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Open container
Neisler, Katherine-26 Lake City Accomplice to rape--Rape--Endangering welfare of a minor
Young, Nathaniel-27 Green Forest AR Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 4-6-18 Thru 4-7-18

Burr, Tiffanie-27 Berryville AR Domestic battery
Campbell, Justin-32 Berryville AR Driving on susp--Fictitious vehicle tag--Failure to yield
Cline, Thomas B-34 Huntsville AR HOA
Coy, David-49 Bella Vista AR Body atttachment
Graves, Nicholas-30 Green Forest AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving on susp--Open container
Norman, Dustin W Fayetteville AR Court commitment
Reed, John B-24 Huntsville AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 4-5-18 Thru 4-6-18

Ascencio, Abimael-29 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA
Black, Sarah Anne-35 Eureka Springs AR Misd Theft of property
Slay, Shane Martin-38 Eureka Springs  AR Prior Felon Court commit to RCF

Intakes and Releases From: 4-3-18 Thru 4-4-18

Brickey, Lee Allan-40 Berryville AR Misd FTP on DWI, careless driving
Goodwin, Stephanie-36 Eureka Springs AR Felony Revocation of susp/probation
Repass, Calvin Dale-47 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--Terroristic threatening
Thompson, Donald David-36 Green Forest AR Prior Felon White warrant
Tomlinson, Benjamin C-33 Green Forest AR Misd Assault--Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 4-2-18 Thru 4-3-18

Blackbear, Jayln-19 Berryville AR Shoplifting
Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Coyle, Jeremy W-37 Prairie Grove AR 120 day court commitment
Harat, Justin P-28 Berryville AR 3 day court commitment
Hudson, Joe A-26 Berryville AR Drug court violation
Reinstra, April M-35 Green Forest AR Endangering welfare of minor--Domestic battery
Stiles, Brad J-31 Macon GA FTA
Tomlinson, Benjamin C-33 Green Forest AR Assault--Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication
Trujillo, Carla N-34 Berryville AR Endangering welfare of a minor--Assault

Intakes and Releases From: 4-1-18 Thru 4-2-18

Baum, Evelin Rosana-38 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court commit
Conner, Teresa Lynn-40 Harrison AR Prior Felon FTA on forgery, theft of property
Moppin, James Andrew-26 Berryville AR Misd Contempt of court
Sisemore, Cannon C-38 Hindsville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp license--DWI--HOA for Madison County
Thompson, Shaylen Lane-25 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-30-18 Thru 3-31-18

Carter, Joshua M-35 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Harp, James R-33 Berryville AR Possession of drug paraphernalia--Improper passing
May, Jason-35 Berryville AR Court commitment
McElroy, Michael B-22 Fayetteville AR Theft of property--Breaking or entering--Criminal trespass--HOA for Boone County
McMillen, Floyd-36 Eureka Springs AR Violation of drug court
Penney, Rebekah A-41 Eureka Springs AR FTP--PCS
Redfield, Edward C-29 Harrison AR HOA for Boone County
Sales, Shyanna-23 Lead Hill AR No DL--Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS
Slay, Shane M-38 Eureka Springs AR Drug court violation--HOA for probation/parole

Intakes and Releases From: 3-29-18 Thru 3-30-18

Barnes, Tommy J-35 ADC Aggravated assault--Obstructing govt operations--Interfering with emergency communications
Lambert, Joseph D-32 West Fork AR Resisting arrest--No vehicle license--No insurance--HOA for Washington County

Intakes and Releases From: 3-28-18 Thru 3-29-18

Bouyear, Susan F-35 Golden MO Driving on susp--DWI--FTA--No proof ins
Farias, Fernando-29 Rogers AR Court commitment
Lambert, Joseph D-32 West Fork N/A
Malotte, George-41 Berryville AR Revocation--Hold for Harrison PD

Intakes and Releases From: 3-27-18 Thru 3-28-18

Anderson, Michael Kale-20 Berryville AR Misd No drivers license--No seat belt--No liab ins--Reckless driving
Capetillo, Brenda Lee-45 Siloam Springs AR Misd FTA
Dorsey, Nicole-33 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation
Drizner, Maxwell Thomas-20 Holiday Island AR Misd Criminal mischief
Strandberg, Robert Burton-41 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 3-23-18 Thru 3-24-18

May, Jason Kenneth-35 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Pallasch, Jonathan James-27 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Penney, John Clinton-62 Eureka Springs AR Misd Possession of firearms by certain persons--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Failure to yield--Driving on susp/revoked license
Pinkerton, Jeffrey Maxwell-38 Kansas City MO Misd DWI--Refusal to submit--Careless driving

Intakes and Releases From: 3-21-18 Thru 3-22-18

Choate, Jeffery L-32 Harrison AR HOA HOA for Boone County
Howard, Shannon Jasper-19 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia
Jackson, Holly Lynn-25 Berryville AR Misd FTA--PCS--Obstruction of govt operations
Ovalle-Solares, Luis-19 Green Forest AR Felony Nonfinancial identity fraud--Forgery
Rivett, Dustin Dean-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on driving on susp/illegal window tint

Intakes and Releases From: 3-20-18 Thru 3-21-18

Gutierrez, Devin-19 Berryville AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Jackson, Holly Berryville AR FTA--Possession of controlled substance
Johnson, Guy-53 Green Forest AR Violation of no contact order
Lokiar, Alex-35 Springdale AR FTP
Lolet, Laina-45 Paragould AR FTA--FTP--bond surrender
Say, Nay-22 Green Forest AR Arson--Aggravated assault
Shaw, Jeremy T-31 Berryville AR PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
South, Darrell Jr-38 Midland AR Act 309 prison trustee
Waggoner, Rusty-47 Green Forest AR FTP
Williams, Ronald D-71 Berryville AR Involuntary commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 3-19-18 Thru 3-20-18

Allen, Patricia-45 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication
Bernhardt, Stephanie ANn-33 Harrison AR Misd Possession of drug paraphernalia--Refusal to submit
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Conner, Terri Lynn-40 Harrison AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Leftwich, Jason Daniel-38 Huntsville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP
McElhaney, Arvin Wayne-34 Kingston AR Prior Felon Body attachment
Seyler, Brandon-35 Eagle Rock AR Public intoxication
Sisco, Troy B-81 Berryville AR Misd Disorderly conduct--HOA for Saline County
Skelton, Barbara Ann-42 Kansas City MO Misd Public intoxication

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

Campbell, Frank P-47 Berryville AR Court appearance
Pattison, Gregory A-30 Alpena AR Battery
Waterman, Brandon-32 Huntsville AR FTA--FTP
Williams, Ronald D-71 Berryville AR Disorderly conduct
Woolsey, Travis-27 St Joe AR FTA

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

Parks, Kimberly-43 Berryville AR Felony Aggravated assault
Reddick, Olivia Lynn-21 Niles MI Misd FTP on drinking in public
Stogsdill, James Todd-47 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI
Yarberry, Renae-37 Berryville AR Misd PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Yates, Emily Anne-24 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Madison County--FTA on contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 3-16-18 Thru 3-17-18

Burket, Jack William-28 Berryville AR Misd FTP--FTA
Gonzales, Laura Morin-49 Fayetteville AR Misd FTA
Hargus, Jimmie-65 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Hensley, Jerry S-45 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment
Marrujo, Anthony-33 Berryville AR Misd Residential burglary--Criminal mischief--Interference with emergency communications
Martinez, Alberto-25 Homeless Felony FTA on PCS--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--No drivers license--No child restraints
McMillan, Floyd Lee-36 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Pumphrey, Jeremy Michael-39 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-15-18 Thru 3-16-18

Emmons, Cory Adam-27 Branson MO Prior Felon FTP--HOA for Washington County
Kile, Nathan Gene-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Eureka Springs AR Misd Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-14-18 Thru 3-15-18

Birchfield, Samuel James-26 Greenbriar AR Prior Felon FTP
McCarley, Bruce Dewayne-49 Aurora CO Prior Felon FTA--FTP
Poyner, Raymond Eugene-18 Berryville AR Felony Reckless burning
Rector, Aaron Anthony-21 Berryville AR Prior Felon Contempt of court--FTP
Warren, Ryan Leigh Ann-20 Green Forest AR Misd Possession of a controlled substance

Intakes and Releases From: 3-13-18 Thru 3-14-18

Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commit
Hasenbalg, Jessica R-29 Eureka Springs AR Aggravated assault on family/household member--Endangering welfare of minor, fleeing
Holland, Jackson J-23 Arson--FTA--FTP
Kaminaga, Johathan-31 Berryville AR DWI--Driving on susp--Careless/prohibited driving--No seat belt--No proof ins--Obstruction of govt operations
Lee, Misty D-40 Hindsville AR Court commitment
Lively, Darin W-54 Kingston AR Body attachment for child support
Mattingly, Melissa S-42 Everton AR FTA
Mattingley, Zant T-32 Everton AR FTA
Murray, Barbara L-63 Eureka Springs AR Hold for RPF
Pedraza-Torres, Jose-20 Berryville AR Revocation hearing

Intakes and Releases From: 3-11-18 Thru 3-12-18

Griffith, David James-38 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Kuffel-Batke, Ellen Mari-64 Cushing MN Misd DWI--Implied consent--Careless driving/speeding

Intakes and Releases From: 3-10-18 Thru 3-11-18

Anderson, Larry D-30 Alpena AR PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Obstruction of govt operations
Nelson, Malcolm-30 Berryville AR HOA--No drivers license
Plumlee, Megan-26 Berryville AR Possession--Improper passing
Sims, Dusty J-30 Alpena AR Defrauding secured creditors
Williams, Christine-55 Hindsville AR Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 3-9-18 Thru 3-10-18

Howard, Mark-44 Berryville AR FTP
Lutttrell, David-40 Berryville AR FTP--FTA--Driving on susp
Webster, Richard-29 Green Forest AR FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-8-18 Thru 3-9-18

Badley, Brian P-23 Green Forest AR HOA
Choate, Joshua D-32 Harrison AR Driving on susp
Snow, Brian K-28 Berryville AR FTA--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 3-6-18 Thru 3-7-18

Corado, Dina Eunice-29 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Graves, Nicholas Shane-29 Green Forest AR Felony Aggravated assault
Risingsun, Andrew N-29 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation--FTP--Desecration of burial grounds--Criminal mischief
Tucker, Lynda Denise-42 Harrison AR Prior Felon Act 570

Intakes and Releases From: 3-5-18 Thru 3-6-18

Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Daniel, Shalotta-38 Oak Grove AR FTP
Wallace, Christina Shea-29 Eureka Springs AR Failure to appear

Intakes and Releases From: 3-4-18 Thru 3-5-18

Anderson, Jordan Tylor-27 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Possession of a controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Floyd, Christopher Lee-41 Tecumseh OK Prior Felon FTA on possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA--FTP--HOA for McIntosh County OK
Klinefelter, Nathan Daniel-30 Seligman MO Prior Felon Failure to register vehicle, expired tags--No liab ins--Leaving scene of accident involving property damage--Driving on susp license--Fictitious tags--Careless/prohibited driving
Serna, Felipe Gonzalez-37 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 3-3-18 Thru 3-4-18

Bunch, Buddy Ray III-46 Aurora MO Prior Felon Contributing to deliquency of a minor--Endangering welfare of a minor--Criminal trespass--HOA for Boone County
Comer, Ellsworth John III-22 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Failed community service
Howard, William Garrett-24 Fayetteville AR Felony Revocation on fleeing, no ins, DWI, possession of drug--HOA for Washington County
Robinson, Jerry Oliver-46 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP on public intoxication, DWI, Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 3-2-18 Thru 3-3-18

Blevins, Nicholas Lynn-27 Golden MO Contempt--Failure to comply w/commitment order
Ford, William Beverly-48 Berryville AR PC Domestic assault
Hughes, Ryan Joseph-23 Huntsville AR Misd 10 day court commitment
Jones, David Wayne-51 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Boone County
Keeter, Craig Alexander-36 Centerton AR Misd FTA on spotlight/unsightly yard ord
Pedraza-Torres, Jose A-20 Berryville AR Prior Felon Aggravated assault--False imprisonment--Conduct constituting attempted sexual assault--Contributing to minor--Fleeing--Resisting arreat--Endangering welfare of a minor
Schur, Michael Arthur-30 Berryville AR Prior Felon Arkansas State Trustee

Intakes and Releases From: 2-28-18 Thru 3-1-18

Morgan, William G-39 Eureka Springs AR Terroristic threatening--Aggravated assault on family/household member
Richardson, James L-37 Berryville AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-27-18 Thru 2-28-18

Alberson, William-37 Eureka Springs AR Misd Assault on family/household member
Johnson, Guy Wesley-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Aggravated assault on family/household member
Roberts, Corey Jay-31 Harrison AR Felony Drug court violation
Vanwinsen, Cynthia Dawn-29 Berryville AR Misd FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 2-26-18 Thru 2-27-18

Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR N/A
Eads, Jeanna-22 Alopena AR Revocation
Fitzhugh, Alan Jr-31 Harrison AR HOA--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 2-25-18 Thru 2-26-18

Long, Jeffery Russell-46 Lampe MO Misd FTP--FTA--Comtempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 2-23-18 Thru 2-24-18

Cates, Daniel Douglas-30 Bella Vista AR Prior Felon FTA
Headings, Joseph Eladio-28 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia
Laibwij, Davidson-28 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--No proof ins--FTP
Mayes, Jack Cody-32 Berryville AR Felony Body attachment for child support--Residential burglary--Theft of property
Morrell, Joshua Tyler-21 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Revocation on FTA
Sieg, Dakota Aaron-24 Rogers AR Misd FTA
Stidham, Kenneth S-46 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Toring, Ginger-21 Green Forest AR Misd Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 2-22-18 Thru 2-23-18

Cates, Daniel-30 Bella Vista AR FTA
Gage, Douglas-24 Berryville AR FTA
Knapik, Josh-41 Berryville AR Violation of no contact order
Morrell, Joshua-21 Berryville AR FTP--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Robinson, Christian-43 Dardanelle AR HOA for ADC
Scarborough, Patrick J-27 Harrison AR FTP
Sieg, Dakota-24 Rogers AR FTA
Surface, Savannah-33 Green Forest AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-21-18 Thru 2-22-18

Breedlove, Kristopher L-37 Gentry AR Court appearance
Duncan, Devin L-32 Eureka Springs AR Terroristic threatening--Domestic battery
Gregory, Sara-30 Harrison AR Court appearance
Hatfield, Justin E-25 Grove OK Harassing communications--Violation of protection order--Tampering
Hughes, Patricia L-27 Green Forest AR HOA for Boone County
McMeen, Kevin C-51 Eureka Springs AR Court commitment
Smith, Steven W-47 Harrison AR HOA for Boone County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-20-18 Thru 2-21-18

Vidal, Milton-39 Berryville AR Felony Rape--Aggravated assault on family/household member

Intakes and Releases From: 2-19-18 Thru 2-20-18

Blackbear, Jayln James-19 Berryville AR Misd Shoplifting
Burdick, Hollie Ann-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Heimer, Dustin Ray-34 Oak Grove AR Felony Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Hernandez Fabia, Rodolfo-48 Batesville AR Misd No drivers license--Failure to yield to emergency vehicle
Hernandez Amado, Jesus-25 Batesville AR Misd No drivers license--Defective equipment
Lane, David Alvin-20 Compton AR Misd Carrying a knife as a weapon
McMorrow, Alan Hanley-35 Eureka Springs AR Misd Driving on susp--No trailer lights--Domestic battery--FTP fines-contempt
Parker, Wayne M-28 Lead Hill AR Misd Driving on susp

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

Merrell, Jason Matthew-31 Rogers AR Misd DWI--Refusal to submit to chemical test--Open container--Driving left of center--Careless/prohibited driving

Intakes and Releases From: 2-16-18 Thru 2-17-18

Bailey, Adam-21 Eureka Springs AR Prior felon Commercial burglary--Theft--Theft by receiving--Tampering with physical evidence--Attempted commercial burglary--Revocation of suspended sentence or probation--Hold for Barry County--FTA on no insurance/fictitious vehicle license
Gonzalez, Edward-28 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTP--Contempt of court
Hansen, Derek, Lester-32 Oak Grove AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--No seat belt--Operation of vehicle without license plate--No child restraints--No proof liab ins--Obstructing driver view/driving mech
Helm, Jason Hartley-32 Goshen MO Prior Felon Absconder warrant
Hosman, Grant Allen-23 Alpena AR Misd Driving left of center--Disorderly conduct
Howell, Gayla Beth-50 Bergman AR Misd FTP--Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 2-14-18 Thru 2-15-18

Gatlin, Julia Nicole-19 Green Forest AR Felony Revocation on residential burglary--Obstructing govt operations--Fleeing--Escape--FTA--FTP
Smith, Jason Paul-39 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Aggravated robbery--Aggravated assault

Intakes and Releases From: 2-13-18 Thru 2-14-18

Sears, Jason M-46 Green Forest AR FTA--HOA for Washington County

Intakes and Releases From: 2-12-18 Thru 2-13-18

Burdick, Hollie A-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Holmes, Guy D-51 Eureka Springs AR FTP--FTA
Penate-Ramos, Ricardo-36 Berryville AR DWI--Careless/prohibited driving--No drivers license--No proof liab ins

Intakes and Releases From: 2-9-18 Thru 2-10-18

Davis, Brett Lee-34 Green Forest AR Aggravated assault on family/household member
Johnson, Brandi Michelle-36 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Drivers license suspended--FTA
Kerwock, Scott B-50 Huntsville AR Prior Felon Failure to register as a sex offender
Laibwij, Emilina-21 Berryville AR Misd FTA
Seitz, Rickey Don-54 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Driving on susp due to DWI

Intakes and Releases From: 2-8-18 Thru 2-9-18

Achenbach, Stanley Richard-70 Eureka Springs AR N/A
Fuselier, Sheryl Danielle-29 Harrison AR Prior Felon FTA on resisting arrest
Kurczek, Jason Matthew-37 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--Body attachment--Contempt of court
Mathis, Jackie Ray-54 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTP time pay
Richard, James Clifford-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Berryville AR Prior Felon Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication

Intakes and Releases From: 2-6-18 Thru 2-7-18

Albarran, Jamie Michelle-33 Green Forest AR PC FTA--Breaking or entering--Theft
Davis, Dean Aaron-36 St Petersburg FL Sentenced Court commitment
Holman, Roy Glenn-26 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on possession of drug paraphernalia
Stover, Isaac Eugene-46 Berryville AR Prior Felon Domestic assault

Intakes and Releases From: 2-5-18 Thru 2-6-18

Burdick, Hollie A-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Butler, James B-56 Harrison AR Driving on susp--No vehicle license--No proof liab ins
Foster, Jesse L-26 Berryville AR Court commitment
Lepe-Guevar, Karina-23 Berryville AR Non-financial identity fraud
Loriaux, David M-46 Berryville AR FTC with terms of probation
Martin, Christian R-34 Berryville AR PCS--Refusal to submit to arrest--Defective equipment
Phillips, David S-27 Green Forest AR Violation of protection order
Thompson, Donald D-36 Green Forest AR Revocation
Yates, Travis W-20 Berryville AR Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 2-4-18 Thru 2-5-18

Deshields, Brooklyn S-21 Eureka Springs AR DWI
Garska, Tyler S-21 Green Forest AR FTA--HOA for Benton County
Miller, Benjamin N-30 Berryville AR DWI--Driving on susp--Speeding--Driving left of center

Intakes and Releases From: 2-1-18 Thru 2-2-18

Hood, John W Sr-37 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation
McClelland, Jensen Johnfay-30 Eureka Springs AR Misd Speeding--Careless & prohibited driving
Pierce, Katlyn Ranee-22 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP--Minor in possession
Richard, James Clifford-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Revocation
Laughlin, Johnny L-23 Huntsville AR Possession with intent--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Riddle, Cameron C-21 Witter AR PCS (meth/cocaine) with purpose--No drivers license--Speeding--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Fictitious vehicle license--No proof liab ins

Intakes and Releases From: 1-30-18 Thru 1-31-18

Graves, Waylon Daniel-31 Fayetteville AR Misd FTP--Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 1-29-18 Thru 1-30-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd 3 day court commitment
Dellaguardia, Jamila Khari-32 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS
Knapik, Josh Alan-41 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Lamonte, John James-45 Sedona AZ Prior Felon FTA
Mahaffey, Jezreel Dawn-42 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication
Scheevel, Judith Carol-55 Eureka Springs ar Misd Domestic battery
Thompson, Donald David-36 Green Forest AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS--Possession of instrument of crime
Turner, Quenton Glenn-19 Berryville AR Misd PCS

Intakes and Releases From: 1-28-18 Thru 1-29-18

Doty, Judith Gaye-60 Oak Grove AR N/A Aggravated assault on family/household member
Jones, Robert Milton III-20 Huntsville AR Misd FTA
Lidle, Darcy Jane-39 Holiday Island AR Misd Public intoxication
Rich, Danny Eugene-20 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Warren, James Warren-39 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Newton County

Intakes and Releases From: 1-27-18 Thru 1-28-18

Ball, Kaleigh B-18 Siloam Springs AR Felony Controlled substance fraululent practice
Carpenter, Troy Lee-39 Little Rock AR Prior Felon Possession of a controlled substance
Dreifke, Dustin Ty-29 Green Forest AR N/A HOA for Harrison PD
Faucher, Larry Dale-50 Omaha AR Prior Felon Possession of a controlled substance
Langston, Michael L-47 Springdale AR Prior Felon Unauthorized use of a vehicle
Marcil, Louis Marcel IV-18 Green Forest AR Misd Possession of controlled substance--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving left of center
Parton, David Allen-36 Harrison AR Misd FTA
Selvera, Jamie Antonio-41 Rogers AR Misd FTA
Williams, Aaron Damon-32 Prior Felon Lampe MO FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-26-18 Thru 1-27-18

Bajo, Andrew-35 Springdale AR Felony Revocation on terroristic threatening
Barger, Nathan-38 Scranton AR Commitment Court commitment
Birchfield, Charles Laverne-51 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTA
Dorsey, Nicole-33 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commitment
Hult, Lynnea Marie-39 Arnold MO Felony Revoked suspended sentence
Icenogle, James-31 Anderson MO Prior Felon White warrant
Ramirez, Andrew Javier-21 Harrison AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 1-25-18 Thru 1-26-18

Puente, Lamonica Ann-29 Berryville AR Misd Shoplifting--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-24-18 Thru 1-25-18

Brindley, Ian Matthew-36 Green Forest AR Misd FTP
Doyle, Thomas Raymond-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Holland, Jackson Junior-23 Mt Home AR Misd Public intoxication--Disorderly conduct
Johnson, Bryan Douglas-50 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication
Vaquera, Osvaldo-22 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon DWI with accident--Fleeing--Driving on susp-Refusal to submit to test--Hold for ICE

Intakes and Releases From: 1-23-18 Thru 1-24-18

McCarley, Michael Leon-50 Seligman MO Prior Felon Warrant/Comtempt of court
Smith, Eugene-50 Lampe MO Prior Felon Public intoxication
Walker, Heather Nicole-28 Berryville AR Commitment Court commitment

Intakes and Releases From: 1-22-18 Thru 1-23-18

Bertone, Jason D-44 Berryville AR FTA
Billingsly, Jospeh T-29 Palm Coast FL Criminal mischief--Assault on family/household member
Burdick, Hollie-38 Berryville AR Court commitment
Cates, Daniel D-30 Bella Vista AR Theft by receiving--HOA--Hindering apprehension or prosecution--Obstructing govt operations
Collins, Cassie-33 Harrison AR FTA
Herrera-DeLeon, Juan A-22 Green Forest AR Domestic battery--PCS
Nelson, Thomas D-56 Rogers AR Obstructing govt operations--Hindering apprehension or prosecution
Smith, Ruby A-28 Holiday Island AR Theft--Obstruction of govt operations--Hindering apprehension or prosecution

Intakes and Releases From: 1-21-18 Thru 1-22-18

Cooper, Jesse A-32 Quling MO HOA for Madison County--FTP
Johnson, Steven N-30 Eureka Springs AR FTP
Leeson, Kody A-33 Green Forest AR Court commitment
Polley, Barbara J-36 Berryville AR Contempt--HOA for Madison County
Tracy, Tanya J-39 Berryville AR DWI--Careless & prohibited driving--Implied consent--No tail light

Intakes and Releases From: 1-20-18 Thru 1-21-18

Goodman, Tonya S-44 Eureka Springs AR Driving on susp/revoked license
Phillips, William C-20 Berryville AR Revocation on theft of property
Robinson, Michael L-24 Kingston AR DWI--Defective equipment--No seat belt--Careless & prohibited driving--Driving left of center
Sorcearelli, Dusti J-37 Berryville AR PCS with intent to deliver--Possession of drug paraphernalia

Intakes and Releases From: 1-18-18 Thru 1-19-18

Beck, Jonathan _27 Green Forest AR Contempt of court
Britnell, Tracy-38 Homeless FTA--Driving on susp--Failure to pay registration
Martin, Dustin-22 Fayetteville AR Burglary--Theft--Breaking or entering
Phillips, Robert H-19 Berryville AR FTA
Pointer, Bryan-24 Berryville AR Shoplifting
Ward, Frankie-27 Blue Eye MO Shoplifting

Intakes and Releases From: 1-17-18 Thru 1-18-18

Garcia, Noel-22 Springdale AR FTA--HOA for Washington County
Lawless, Raven-31 Berryville AR FTP
Stielow, Lara-35 Holiday Island AR Criminal mischief--Disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 1-16-18 Thru 1-17-18

Bartle, Krystal Noel-47 Oak Grove AR Misd FTA
Leggett, Shasta Ann-44 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP--Court commit for failure to comply
Potteet, Angel Marie-45 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA
Rivas-Vidal, Walter Ali-43 Harrison AR Misd No DL
Sauer, Christopher D-30 Rogers AR Misd HOA for Benton County--DL susp due to DWI--Fictitious vehicle reg/lic-No liab ins--Reckless driving--Obstructed windshield
Weatherford, Benny Lane-35 Holiday Island AR Felony Domestic battery--Interfering with emergency communications--Aggravated assault on family member

Intakes and Releases From: 1-15-18 Thru 1-16-18

Arnold, Terry Joe-34 Rogers AR Misd HOA for Madison County
Blevins, Lonnie Dale-22 Lampe MO Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--Careless & prohibited driving--No proof liab ins
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Duncan, Devin Lee-32 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA--Drug paraphernalia--Prohibited weapon

Intakes and Releases From: 1-14-18 Thru 1-15-18

Armentrout, Jesse Lee-38 Blue Eye MO Misd FTA
Culling, Michael Eugene-29 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--No proof liab ins--FTP
Keys, Brittany Alison-28 Green Forest AR Misd Warrant BVCO--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Ledel, John Ross-51 Harrison AR Prior Felon HOA for Harrison PD
Randall, Rex Laramie-38 Huntsville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license
Smithson, Ricky Jay-49 Norfork AR Prior Felon Driving on susp/revoked license

Intakes and Releases From: 1-12-18 Thru 1-13-18

Blackston, Austin Hunter-21 Green Forest AR Misd Revocation of suspended sentence--FTP
Faught, Bradley Eugene-36 Berryville AR Prior Felon Driving on susp--HOA for Pea Ridge
Jones, Michael Allen-29 Green Forest AR Misd PCS-(marijuana)--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession of instrument of crime--No seat belt--Possession of schedule IV/V with purpose
Lestage, Jesse Steven-41 Berryville AR Prior Felon Revocation of suspended sentence/probation
Mabry, Melanie Shea-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd DWI--Leaving scene of accident with property damage
May, Jason Kenneth-35 Berryville AR Misd 2 day court commit
Wilson, Jonathan Earl-38 Jonesboro AR Prior Felon Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 1-11-18 Thru 1-12-18

Britt, Luke Kaleb-18 Berryville AR Felony Breaking or entering--Theft of property
Carpenter, Dillion James-26 Green Forest AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--Possession--Tampering with physical evidence
Hughes, Patricia L-27 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp

Intakes and Releases From: 1-10-18 Thru 1-11-18

Albarran, Jamie Michelle-33 Green Forest AR Misd FTA
Anderson, Joshua Lloyd-38 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Hernandez, Jared Guevara-20 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Contempt of court--FTP on domestic battery
Honeycutt, Wayne Curtis Sr-58 Eureka Springs AR Misd Possession of marijuana--Expired regisgtration
Lejjena, Olson-32 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery
Parks, Kerry Owen-48 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Fleeing--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Agency assist

Intakes and Releases From: 1-9-18 Thru 1-10-18

Anderson, Joshua Lloyd-38 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Eastwood, Rebecca L-45 Berryville AR Felony Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Graham, Travis Paul-28 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Revocation--FTP
Hernande, Jared G-20 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP on domestic battery
Wilkins, William S-51 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Parole violation

Intakes and Releases From: 1-8-18 Thru 1-9-18

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Fields, Karen-52 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Benton County
Gatlin, Perry Joe-41 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTA
McElyea, Blake Allen-22 Harrison AR Misd FTP--Criminal trespass--TOP
Morris, Jacob G-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd Unauthorized use of vehicle
Nunnally, Jason Paul-28 Shell Knob MO Misd Public intoxication--FTP
Palomo, Isai-26 Green Forest AR Prior Felon White warrant
Richard, James Clifford-53 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 1-7-18 Thru 1-8-18

Cray, John Braxton-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon PCS-Marijuana--Disorderly conduct--Criminal mischief
Hoffman, Robert L-54 Berryville AR Misd Criminal trespass
Lesson, Kody Allen-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Court commit 1 day
Olmedo, Octavio Edwin-19 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Taylor, Timothy E-40 Rogers AR Prior Felon FTA on driving on susp--HOA for Madison County

Intakes and Releases From: 1-5-18 Thru 1-6-18

Belisle, Anthony Rae-34 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon Court appearance
Bevington, Kelley Marie-52 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Reckless driving--DWI--Implied consent
Carter, Troy David-43 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Counts, Timothy-30 Harrison AR Sex Offender Court commit
Eads, Jeana Kay-22 Alpena AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Faught, William David-33 Pelsor AR Prior Felon 1 day court commitment
Guess, Jeremy Bryan-47 Berryville AR Prior Felon Possession--No liab ins
Heintzelman, Joseph Richard-43 Holiday Island AR Prior Felon Possession of drug paraphernalia--Failure to register vehicle--Fictitious lic/reg--No proof liab ins--Failure to yield or stop at sign
Hood, John W Sr-37 Green Forest AR Sex Offender Failure to comply with sex offender report
Mills, Carl Dee-35 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA
Montoya, Arthur-64 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp
Morrell, Joshua Tyler-21 Berryville AR Felony Revocation of susp sentence
Puente, Lamonica Ann-29 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp--FTP registration fee
Urban, Kelly Alison-58 Berryville AR Felony Obstruction of govt operations--Possession of Scheduled prescription drugs

Intakes and Releases From: 1-4-18 Thru 1-5-18

Belisle, Anthony Rae-34 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon Contempt of court
Edmondson, Jason R-46 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTA--HOA for Barry County
Mills, Carl D-35 Eureka Springs AR Felony Possession of drug paraphernalia--FTA
Pike, Michael Lynn-35 Berryville AR Prior Felon Body attachment
Seward, Travis R-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP
Wallace, William C-46 Eureka Springs AR Misd Leaving scene of accident--Driving on susp

Intakes and Releases From: 1-3-18 Thru 1-4-18

Adams, Larissa Joy-56 Green Forest AR Felony Assault--Domestic battery--Criminal mischief
Beddo, William Joshua-29 Pea Ridge AR Misd FTA--False evidence of title/registration--Driving on susp--No liab ins
Bolin, Billy Ryon-37 Lampe MO Prior Felon HOA for Stone County
Conner, Terri Lynn-40 Harrison AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP
Gibson, Tracy Dawn-40 Bethel Heights AR Prior Felon Revocation suspension
Goff, Belinda Faye-56 Newport AR Felony Court appearance
King, Corey Wayne-19 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTA
Roberts, Cody Jay-31 Berryville AR Felony Act 570 6 day hold
Sohn, Greg Paul-34 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP
White, Bridget Ann-47 Berryville AR Felony Contributing to delinquency of a minor--Endangering welfare of a minor
Young, Nathaniel Charles-27 Green Forest AR PC Contempt of court--PCS--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-2-18 Thru 1-3-18

Rios, Arturo-45 Green Forest AR Misd DWI #2--Driving on susp due to DWI
Stephens, Eric S-32 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Driving left of center
Young, Nathaniel Charles-27 Green Forest AR PC PCS--Contempt/FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 1-1-18 Thru 1-2-18

Abreu-Vargas, Eriberto-30 Green Forest AR Misd Violation of protection order
Benninger, Donny Neil-40 Garfield AR Misd HOA for Madison County
Campbell, Justin Isaiah-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP on forgery, theft of property
Colon, Westley Robert-28 Eureka Springs AR Felony Aggravated assault--Endangering welfare of minor
Easley, Cody Michael-24 Berryville AR Prior Felon 45 day court commitment
Gunnells, Lynn Dale-61 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon 90 day court commitment
Holman, Westley Wayne-30 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Jordan, William Christopher-33 Fayetteville AR Misd Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Linker, Joseph William-41 Eureka Springs AR Misd Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Driving left of center--DWI
Lovell, Dustin Alan-22 Green Forest AR Misd FTP on driving on susp--DWI--Careless driving--Possession
Merida, Brittany L-30 Alpena AR Felony Possession of a controlled substance--Possession with intent to deliver--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Ohler, Corey Dale-29 Alpena AR Sex Offender Court appearance
Owen, Owen John-30 Green Forest AR Misd Court appearance
Silva, Anthony Louis-44 Berryville AR Prior Felon DWI--No turn signal

Intakes and Releases From: 12-31-17 Thru 1-1-18

Allen, Thomas John-54 Green Forest AR Felony Terroristic threatening
Benninger, Donny Neil-40 Garfield AR Misd HOA for Madison County
McClure Aaron Blake-28 Berryville AR Misd FTP time pay
McGehee, Ellen Anne-42 Alpena AR Misd Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Scheller, Tyler James-29 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Thompson, John Timothy-51 Golden MO Prior Felon Shoplifting

Intakes and Releases From: 12-30-17 Thru 12-31-17

Bernardo, Monica-45 Berryville AR Felony Possession--Possession of Meth
Collier, Allen Matthew-45 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP fines
Lehr, Colten James-23 Berryville AR Misd Possession of drug paraphernalia--PCS--Careless & prohibited driving--Drinking on hwy
Marcil, Louis Marcel-18 Green Forest AR Misd Driving on susp--Drug paraphernalia
Parsons, Jacob Miles-31 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon FTA on possession
Stover, Isaac Eugene-46 Berryville AR Prior Felon HOA for Benton County
Torres, Jovany-26 Batesville AR Prior Felon Commercial burglary--Theft of property--Breaking or entering-FTA on no ins/no DL/failure to report accident--Delivery of controlled substance (Meth)--Delivery of controlled substance near certain facilities

Intakes and Releases From: 12-28-17 Thru 12-29-17

Foster, Jesse Lee-26 Berryville AR Misd HOA for Boone County
Mendez, Daniel Joseph-22 Green Forest AR Misd FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 12-26-17 Thru 12-27-17

Asbury, Amber Nicole-32 Holiday Island AR Felony FTA--FTP
Brooks, Shannon Ashly-32 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court--FTP
Ingraham, Ethan T-19 Wesley AR Misd HOA for Washington County
Owen, Owen John-30 Green Forest AR Prior Felon HOA for Boone County
Reyes-Suarez, Pable David-42 Berryville AR Misd DWI--Careless driving--No DL

Intakes and Releases From: 12-23-17 Thru 12-24-17

Armstrong, Nikki Rae-32 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon FTP
Choate, Charles David-28 Western Grove AR Misd Drinking on hwy
Choate, Jeffrey Leander-32 Harrison AR Misd Reckless driving-construction zone--Failure to yield to emergency vehicle--Following too close-construction zone--Improper passing-construction zone--Possession of drug paraphernalia--No proof ins
Conklin, Jonathan Fay-51 Eagle Rock MO Prior Felon Failure to move left--Driving on susp/revoked license--FTA
Evans, Laura Ann-39 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp/revoked license--Driving left of center--FTA--FTP
Rangel, Daniel-18 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 12-21-17 Thru 12-22-17

Amondson, Crystal A-28 Berryville AR Driving on susp/revoked license
Brents, Hollie-33 Fayetteville AR FTA
Heintzelman, Joseph-43 Holiday Island AR Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Morgan, Levi L-28 Gentry AR Bench warrant-revocation
Morrell, Joshua T-21 Berryville AR N/A
Nickels, Jacob-24 Green Forest AR FTP
Walker, Heather-28 Berryville AR Court appearance
Wallace, Hunter W-20 Berryville AR FTA
Zenruffinen, Craig-51 Eureka Springs AR DWI--No tail lights

Intakes and Releases From: 12-20-17 Thru 12-21-17

Benefield, Max-54 Berryville AR Court commitment
Carrow, David S-30 Pine Bluff White warrant
Zenruffinen, Craig-51 Eureka Springs AR N/A

Intakes and Releases From: 12-19-17 Thru 12-20-17

McClanahan, Drew Leon-25 Green Forest AR Misd 89 day court commitment
McWilliams, Orion Anderson-37 Eureka Springs AR Misd FTP--HOA for Boone County
Morales, Christian-19 Rogers AR Prior Felon Revocation on burglary--Terroristic threatening
Qualls, David Quid-39 Berryville AR Prior Felon White warrant
Tate, Alan Edward-51 Green Forest AR Misd Disorderly conduct--Public intoxication--Resisting arrest
Watt, Tasha Marie-34 Harrison AR Felony Contempt of court--FTA

Intakes and Releases From: 12-18-17 Thru 12-19-17

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
McPhetridge, Evan Austin-28 Harrison AR Misd DWI--No DL--FTP registration fee--No proof liab ins--Open container
Richardson, James Lucas-36 Berryville AR Misd FTP
Say-Salona, Misty Dawn-32 Berryville AR Prior Felon Drug court violation
Slay, Shane Martin-38 Berryville AR Felony Immediate incarceration order
Ward, Amy-56 Holiday Island AR Misd Violation of protection order
Weaver, Van Doran III-34 Springdale AR Felony Court appearance

Intakes and Releases From: 12-17-17 Thru 12-18-17

Camargo-Yepes, Giovanni-48 Green Forest AR Felony Domestic battery--Terroristic threathening
McCalister, Caleb A-21 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP
Vasquez, Nicholas-23  Dalhart TX Prior Felon Revocation of susp sentence--FTP
Weimer, Kassandra Beth-35 Berryville AR Misd Domestic battery

Intakes and Releases From: 12-16-17 Thru 12-17-17

Anien, Wilfer-29 Harrison AR Misd FTP--FTA--HOA for Randolph County
Ellis, Desiree D-32 Harrison AR HOA HOA for Madison County
Marcil, Louis Marcel-45 Green Forest AR FTP time pay--HOA for Alpena PD
Nelson, Jacob Allen-24 Fayetteville AR Prior Felon Court appearance
Scarborough, Patrick James-27 Green Forest AR Misd Contempt of court

 

Intakes and Releases From: 12-14-17 Thru 12-15-17

Evans, Katlyn E-22 Berryville AR Theft of property
Gladden, Cassius D-29 Springdale AR FTA
Shields, Michael E-46 Harrison AR Contempt of court

Intakes and Releases From: 12-13-17 Thru 12-14-17

Lepe, Karina-23 Berryville AR Non-financial identity fraud
McLaughlin, Tristan D-26 Green Forest AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor
Porter, Cody E-28 Alpena AR Domestic battery--Endangering welfare of a minor

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

Jerrell, Jonathan-22 Kingston AR Prior Felon FTA
Lakin, Thomas Ray-33 Berryville AR Felony Domestic battery--Aggravated assaault on family/household member
Morris, Tom Paul-30 Oak Grove AR Sex Offender Commercial burglary x 4 counts--Theft--Theft by receiving--Tampering with physical evidence--Arson--White warrant parole-Attempted commercial burglary x 2 counts
Nall, James Harold-56 Cassville MO Prior Felon PCS--FTP

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

Badley, Brian Paul-23 Green Forest AR Felony HOA for Greene County MO
Bailey, Adam-21 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon Obstructing govt operations--Commercial burglary--Arson--Theft--Theft by receiving--Tampering with physical evidence
Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commitment
Cline, Christpher Ray-43 Eureka Springs AR Felony Terroristic threatening
Lindley, Andrew Scott-29 Green Forest AR Misd FTP--Public intoxication
McGlynn, Patricia Ann-44 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Body attachment for child support
Sutterfield, Daniel Noah-49 Green Forest AR Prior Felon DL susp for DWI--Driving left of center--FTA
Van Blaricom, Kevin Lane-40 Bentonville AR HOA HOA for Bella Vista PD, Bentonville PD, Centerton PD, Rogers PD and Lowell PD

Intakes and Releases From: 12-10-17 Thru 12-11-17

Rogers, Kevin Joe-52 Green Forest AR Prior Felon Domestic battery--Violation of protection order

Intakes and Releases From: 12-9-17 Thru 12-10-17

Bess, Stephen Keith-35 Alpena AR Prior Felon FTA on PCS/possession of drug paraphernalia--HOA for Newton County
Carter, Kyle David-19 Berryville AR Misd Possession--Possession of drug paraphernalia
Cooper, Lynn Allen-52 Weiner AR Prior Felon Revocation--FTP on VAHCL/TOP/Public intoxication--HOA for Harrison PD
Taggart, Randy Lee-24 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-8-17 Thru 12-9-17

Comstock, Brookelyn Kay-25 Berryville AR Misd Contempt of court for failure to comply
Graves, Nicholas Shane-29 Green Forest AR Prior Felon FTP
Sweeden, Elizabeth Ann-40 Huntsville AR Misd Contempt of court for not doing community service
Threet, Madison-29 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon HOA for Jay OK

Intakes and Releases From: 12-7-17 Thru 12-8-17

Lautiej, John-33 Berryville AR Misd Driving on susp due to DWI--Failure to yield
Turner, Tyrone Nathan-36 Eureka Springs AR Prior Felon FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-6-17 Thru 12-7-17

Deertz, Fredrick William-22 Green Forest AR Felony FTP--PCS--Possession of drug paraphernalia--Theft of property--Refusal to submit--Disorderly conduct

Intakes and Releases From: 12-5-17 Thru 12-6-17

Dorethy, Lennon-34 Eureka Springs AR Misd 3 day court commit
Eads, Jeana Kay-22 Alpena AR Misd FTA
Holland, Jackson Junior-23 Bryer Cliff AR Prior Felon Disorderly conduct
Mathis, Ashley Dawn-36 Eureka Springs AR Misd Domestic battery
Meza-Soliven, Anthony W-31 Bentonville AR Misd Driving on susp--HOA for Benville PD
Ochoa-Rodas, Erick N-19 Green Forest AR Misd FTA on no DL/possession of drug paraphernalia
Poyner, Christopher Wayne-52  Green Forest AR Prior Felon DWI--Implied consent--Driving on susp--Open container
Serna, Joe A-33 Green Forest AR Prior Felon DWI--Careless & prohibited driving--Refusal to submit to chemical test

Intakes and Releases From: 12-4-17 Thru 12-5-17

Burdick, Hollie Anne-38 Berryville AR Misd Court commit
Day, Hen Law-20 Green Forest AR Misd Public intoxication--Purchase or possession by minor
Day, Hen Nay-22 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Patel, Vivendra Kumar-42 Eureka Springs AR Sex Offender Theft of public benefits--Revocation of probation
Qualls, David Quid-33 Berryville AR Prior Felon Court commit
Say, Nay Nay-22 Clarksville AR Misd Public intoxication
Short, Brendon Kyle-23 Alpena AR MIsd FTP--Driving on susp--No license plate
Soe, Sher Eh Doe-19 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Leaving scene of accident--Minor in possession of alcohol
Wiley, Gregory Glen-28 Berryville AR Prior Felon FTA--FTP

Intakes and Releases From: 12-3-17 Thru 12-4-17

Oliver, J D-23 Berryville AR Misd Public intoxication
Sharp, Jeffrey Wayne-41 Rocky Comfort MO Felony HOA for Barry County--FTA--No DL--No vehicle license--No proof ins--Driving left of center
Williams, Joseph David-44 Mountain Home AR Prior Felon Public intoxication
Wingate, Harley Gene-76 Green Forest AR Misd DWI--Implied consent

 
Detailed 7 day Weather Forecast 4-25-18  


Today: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, then showers and possibly a thunderstorm after 9am. High near 58. North wind around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.

Tonight: Showers and possibly a thunderstorm before 10pm, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms between 10pm and 4am, then a slight chance of showers after 4am. Low around 47. North wind around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

Thursday: A 10 percent chance of showers before 7am. Partly sunny, with a high near 67. North wind around 5 mph.

Thursday Night: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 46. Northwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm. Chance of precipitation is 20%.

Friday: Sunny, with a high near 64. Northwest wind 5 to 10 mph.

Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 42. Northwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening.

Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 72. West wind around 5 mph.

Saturday Night: Clear, with a low around 47. Calm wind.

Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 74. South wind 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 53. Southeast wind around 5 mph.

Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 76. South wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

Monday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 57. South wind 5 to 10 mph.

Tuesday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high near 75. South wind 10 to 15 mph.

 
AR Weekly Fishing Report 4-11-18  

Mark Crawford with springriverfliesandguides.com (870-955-8300) said the trout being caught on the Spring River lately have been really nice sizes. Bad weather over the last month has kept pressure off of the river, making for some great fishing of late. Water levels are running at 440 cubic feet per second and clarity has been partly cloudy. Recent rains have the river above average flows. Extra care should be taken when wading the river. Olive Woollies and Y2Ks have been the hot flies over the last few weeks. The trick lately is to get the fly down to the bottom with extra mends and weighted flies. Hot pink Trout Magnets fished deep below a float will get plenty of action, too, Mark says.

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir

NOTICE: An irrigation restriction on Lake Conway will be in effect starting April 23, 2018, and ending March 1, 2019. The irrigation restriction will allow the AGFC to apply Environmental Protection Agency-approved aquatic herbicides to treat and reduce the spread of alligatorweed, a non-native, invasive aquatic plant. Herbicides used will not cause harm to aquatic organisms, such as fish, and are not harmful to people or wildlife that may come into contact with treated vegetation or water. Herbicides that will be used have up to a 120-day irrigation restriction after application. Therefore, the AGFC strongly recommends adjacent landowners DO NOT irrigate water from Lakes Conway for lawn or garden use during this period.

(updated 4-11-2018) Bates Field and Stream (501-470-1846) reported the lake is stained and at a normal level, with surface water temperature at 54 degrees. Bream are good on crickets. The crappie bite ranged from poor to fair the past week and they are spawning. Use a jig. The bass bite appears to be picking up. Anglers reported good results, but no baits revealed. Catfishing is good on cutbait and goldfish.

(updated 4-4-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4958) said crappie reports have been excellent. Best results are coming off crappie minnows and pink or orange jigs.

Little Red River

(updated 4-11-2018) Greg Seaton of littleredflyfishingtrips.com (501-690-9166) said, “Sometimes a fishing report can be like shouting hallelujah. (Tuesday) my fishing trip was such a day. The weather was good, the water was clear and low and the fish were biting. It felt like spring had finally arrived and the good ol’ days of fishing the Little Red had returned. The fish seemed like they had awakened after a long winter’s nap.” Greg said his fisherman caught many nice rainbows in the 14- to 15-inch class and one 19-inch fat rainbow. If the Little Red can miss the possibility of storms on Friday, maybe this will continue through the weekend, he said.The lake is back to normal and generation is for power demand only. With the milder temperatures, generation should be at a minimum. You should still check the proposed generation for the best hours to fish because the peak demand can change daily. Tuesday’s fish were taking size 14 Fox Squirrel Nymphs, size 20 midge pupa and a size 10 Olive Greg’s Folly. With the better weather and water conditions, this would be a good time to start planning that fishing trip.

(updated 4-11-2018) Lowell Myers says that Sore Lip’em All Guide Service said the Greers Ferry Lake has returned to seasonal pool and we are seeing favorable water release for wade and drift-fishing. The weather has finally gotten warmer, trees are blooming along the river and the fish are cooperating. For fly-fishing, Lowell recommends gold-ribbed hare’s ear, caddis pupa, sowbugs and streamers. Hot pink and orange bodies on chartreuse heads are recommended for Trout Magnet 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.

Greers Ferry Lake

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

(updated 4-11-2018) Tommy Cauley of Fishfinder Guide Service (501-940-1318) said the water level at Greers Ferry Lake was at 462.00 feet msl as of Tuesday. It is .04 feet below normal pool of 462.04 feet at the moment. The catching is getting better and better with the more steady weather and longer days. The crappie are on some inside bushes and outside edges and some in and around brush piles out deeper. Try using jigs and jigs tipped with minnows dabbed around different places until you get bit and then concentrate around every piece of cover. Some fish are still hanging around the pole timber and can be caught reeling a beetle spin real slow. The river walleye are on the move and the lake walleye are eating better every day; try dragging minnows on a jighead or drop-shot on flats 10-20 feet deep on chunk rock flats. No report on catfish. The hybrid and white bass bite is good throughout the day, and now some night catching is happening in the rivers and creeks. In the main lake, concentrate around the shad for the best catching. Try spoons, inline spinners, grubs and live bait. The bass fishing is good overall, with some days better than others. Of course, they are scattered everywhere, from on beds out to 40 feet of water, and can be caught with a variety of baits. No report on bream.

Harris Brake Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Harris Brake Lake Resort (501-889-2745) said water is dingy and at a normal level. The weekend weather appears to have turned the fishing very slow the past several days. There were fair reports on bass, with anglers using crankbaits. Nothing else was reported.

(updated 4-4-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop in Benton (501-778-6944) says her customers have been talking about Harris Brake on the big slab crappie on No. 4 crappie minnows. “One of my customers that has a place up there has been doing good between midnight and 4 a.m.,” she said.

Lake Overcup

NOTICE: An irrigation restriction on Lake Overcup will be in effect starting April 23, 2018, and ending March 1, 2019. The irrigation restriction will allow the AGFC to apply Environmental Protection Agency-approved aquatic herbicides to treat and reduce the spread of alligatorweed, a non-native, invasive aquatic plant. Herbicides used will not cause harm to aquatic organisms, such as fish, and are not harmful to people or wildlife that may come into contact with treated vegetation or water. Herbicides that will be used have up to a 120-day irrigation restriction after application. Therefore, the AGFC strongly recommends adjacent landowners DO NOT irrigate water from Lakes Overcup for lawn or garden use during this period.

(updated 4-4-2018) Johnny “Catfish” Banks at Overcup Bait Shop and R.V. Park (501-354-9007) said bass are doing well around brushtops and structure around the shoreline. They’re biting on plastic worms, spinnerbaits and minnows. Catfish are being caught on night crawlers around the banks. Bream are slow but should start picking up. Still catching some bream on crickets and redworms. Crappie are doing good on minnows and pink /white/chrtreuse jigs around brush and grass around the shore. Water level is high by about 2 feet and clarity is good. Thankfully we didn't get any rain Tuesday.

Brewer Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Larry Walters at Bones Bait Shop (501-354-9900) said the lake is clear and at a normal level. The water feels cool, Larry said. Black bass are the best bet, with anglers reporting good results. The bass have been found shallow, as little as 6 inches below the surface. Use pumpkin seed soft bait and fish the brushy areas. Crappie are fair in 5-6 feet depth. Minnows and jigs are both working. Bream are poor but there are some nibbles on crickets. No reports on catfish or white bass.

Lake Maumelle

(updated 4-11-2018) Jolly Rogers Marina (501-868-5558) said the lake is still dropping this week and water temperature from the marina is 60 degrees and about 63 degrees at west end. Black bass fishing has been very good. With water temps in the low 60s and on the water rise, the black bass are moving to spawning areas. Try using crankbaits, jerkbaits and jigs in 4-8 feet depth and 10-15 feet of water. A few can also be caught in shallow water on spinnerbaits or chatterbaits. This week, the blacks were biting more during dusk and dawn. The Tuesday night tournament anglers took advantage with Matt Hedrick and Brandon Crain hauling in a Big Bass of 4.34 pounds on their way to a 9.46-pound stringer to win. Two other duos topped 8.3 pounds. Kentucky bass are good. Spots are still a little deeper than the largemouth bass. Look for best results in the main lake, on the rocky shoreline or points with a crankbait or jig. White bass have been good. Fewer reports are coming in on the whites over the past couple of weeks. Some have been saying the whites are staging. Normally the run is over by the first of April. Use Rooster Tails, CC Spoons, deep-diving Bandits, and Bombers. Crappie have slowed. With the water level falling this past week it is making it tough on the crappie bite. More reports are coming in of them being found scatted in different depths anywhere from 5 to 20 feet. Bream are good. They are coming into shallow water off the rocky points and around brush piles. Try using crickets or jigs anywhere from 3 to 12 feet depth. Catfish are slow.

 

 

(updated 4-11-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4958) said crappie continue to be excellent, with anglers reported the crappie in 2-10 feet depth. Red and white jigs are the go-to, along with minnows. Largemouth bass are fair using black-and-blue jigs or black buzzbaits. No reports on any other species.
 

Sunset Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said catfish are doing fair using chicken livers, nightcrawlers and brooder minnows. Bream have been hitting crickets and redworms, while bass have been hitting spinner baits and scum frogs.

Bishop Park Ponds

(updated 4-11-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said that the back one (Lake Charles ) does pretty well on crappie off of No. 6 crappie minnows and pink crappie minnows. Catfish are being caught with nightcrawlers and No. 12 bass minnows. Bass have been fair on Zoom Red Shad plastic worms. Bream are doing fair on crickets.

Saline River Access in Benton

(updated 4-11-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said bass have been doing well on brooder minnows and Zoom Trick Worms in red/black core and watermelon red. But as far as the walleye, they aren't booming like they were a week or so ago. A few bream been hitting crickets. Crappie are being caught off of No. 6 crappie minnows and pink crappie minnows. Catfish are biting on goldfish and black salties.

Lake Norrell

(updated 4-11-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said big redear bream are starting to do well on crickets fishing on bottom. Catfish off of black salties and nightcrawlers. Bass been hitting brooder minnows and Zoom Brush Hogs. Crappie doing fair on No. 6 crappie minnows on nice-sized but very few crappie.


Lake Pickthorne

(updated 4-11-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4958) says crappie are fair on pink minnows. Catfish are excellent; use chicken livers or nightcrawlers.

Lake Willastein

(updated 4-11-2018) Hatchet Jack’s in North Little Rock (501-758-4958) says the bass are excellent here. Reports are that the bass are in 3-4 feet of water and hitting diving crankbaits and red creature baits. Also, catfishing is fair on shad and minnows. No reports on bream or crappie.

Lake Winona

(updated 4-11-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop (501-778-6944) said crappie are fair off of No. 6 crappie minnows and Kalin's 2-inch Tennessee Shad Grubs. Bass have been doing great on Strike King KVD square bill lure in Tennessee Shad color. Catfish are biting bait shrimp and nightcrawlers. Bream are fair on redworms and crickets.

Arkansas River at Morrilton

(updated 3-28-2018) Charley’s Hidden Harbor at Oppelo (501-354-8080) said they have had a few fishermen getting out, but they haven’t had real good luck. “We still have four to six weeks for this pool to really start popping,” Charley said. The AGFC has been doing a lot of testing of the river, along with federal fisheries biologists, he said. This includes test sampling for sauger, catfish, gar, black bass. They have sampled for jumping carp and other fish not native to the river. Meanwhile, reports are that white bass are staging on creeks and river mouths. Catfish are trying to move up to jetties. Largemouth bass on warm days are sitting on jetty tops.

Arkansas River (Cadron Pool)

(updated 3-28-2018) Professional angler Cody Kelley with Best in Bass Guide Service (501-733-5282) reports that fishing is pretty good across the board right now. Things are finally heating up to the point that you can go out and really have some fun! Bass are great in the backwaters. We are right on the verge of the spawn. Try your favorite plastics and jigs around backwater wood to locate spawning bass. Some good crappie fishing is going on right now. Crappie can be caught by dipping black/chartreuse jigs and minnows around laydowns and backwater spawning areas. For catfish, check the deep holes just outside of flats. Cody says he prefers cut bait, but you can catch them on many different offerings. Anchor up current of the hole and bottom bounce it back into the good stuff. Best of luck and give us a call to book your spring trip.

Little Maumelle River

(updated 4-4-2018) River Valley Marina (501-517-1250) said the water is clear and the surface temperature is 57 degrees. The level and current are low. Crappie are biting in 2-3 feet of depth and the bite is fair. Bass are good, with the best bite near the banks. Try using spinnerbaits, crankbaits, plastic worms and topwaters like the Zara Spook. Catfish are fair on worms and blood bait, as well as yo-yos. Not reports on white bass. Nothing to report on bream.

Arkansas River (Maumelle Pool)

(updated 4-11-2018) Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) said catfishing is good around the Murray Lock and Dam using skipjack or shad.

(updated 4-11-2018) Zimmerman’s Exxon (501-944-2527) said crappie are good on red jigs and Slab Buster jigs. Bass are fair in about 15 feet of water and biting crankbaits. Catfish are good on shad. White bass reports ranged from poor to fair. Use grubs.

Arkansas River (Little Rock Pool)

(updated 4-11-2018) Vince Miller from Fish ’N’ Stuff (501-834-5733) said the river is ranging from 55 degrees early to 62 degrees with high level and current. The water is stained. The only reports came from bass. Anglers had fair catches, with spinnerbaits working best. Nothing on bream, crappie or catfish.

(updated 4-11-2018) Zimmerman’s Exxon (501-944-2527) said crappie are good on jigs in most of the pool, while good as well below Terry Dam, where they’re in 10-12 feet of water and biting red jigs and Slap Buster jigs around the rocky points. Bass are fair on crankbaits and shaky heads in the upper pool, and good in about 10-15 feet of water near Terry Dam; use shaky heads there. Catfishing has been good using shad in parts of the upper pool, and below the dam the Catfish are biting shad with good reports coming in. White bass are fair for the past week; use grubs below the dam for best results. Bream reports were poor in the northern end of the pool, but were ranging up to fair near the Terry Dam. No water conditions were available.

(updated 4-11-2018) McSwain Sports Center (501-945-2471) said the water is high in the area of Terry Lock and Dam. Bream are fair on worms and crickets. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Bass are fair with spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfishing is fair.

Clear Lake (off Arkansas River-Little Rock Pool)

(updated 4-11-2018) McSwain Sports Center (501-945-2471) said the water is high, but had no other conditions to report. The fishing is OK. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Bream are fair on worms and crickets. Spinnerbaits and crankbaits are taking a fair amount of largemouth bass. Reports on catfish are fair, though no baits were reported.


Peckerwood Lake

(updated 4-4-2018) Herman’s Landing (870-241-3731) reported the fishing has been slow. The water is dingy with a surface temperature of 55 degrees. The level is normal. Crappie have been fair on jigs. Bass are fair on spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfishing is fair on worms. Nothing to report on bream.


NORTH ARKANSAS

White River

(updated 4-11-2018) Cotter Trout Dock (870-435-6525) says no fair-weather fishers here: This past weekend brought snow and cold temperatures, and also delivered the heartiest of fishers to the White River. Water and weather conditions combined to create extraordinarily difficult fishing scenarios, but we witnessed some great catches by skilled guides, persistent Arkansans and tough visitors. Use heavy weights/sinkers on your line to float your baits near the bottom in this deep water and cast near the banks where the trout don't have to fight the current. Sculpins remain the best tempter for the browns, and we've seen some rainbow action with redworms and spinners, 1/4-ounce or 3/8-ounce. Try yellow-bodied Rooster Tails with gold blades; green body (looks black). Yellow spotted Panther Martin will attract their attention. Stop in to hash over the new trout regulations for the Bull Shoals tailwaters; stay legal and keep anglin'.
 

(updated 4-11-2018) Sportsman’s White River Resort (870-453-2424) said eight generators are running round-the-clock. The result is high water and no fishing to report this week. The water clarity is cloudy.

(updated 4-11-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said last Friday that during the past week, they had several rain events that combined for a half-inch in Cotter), warmer temperatures and heavy winds (to include lake wins advisories). The lake level at Bull Shoals rose 3 feet to rest at 6.7 feet above seasonal power pool of 659 feet msl. This is 29.3 feet below the top of flood pool. Upstream, Table Rock fell 1.1 feet to rest at 2.5 feet above seasonal power pool and 13.5 feet below the top of flood pool. Beaver Lake rose 2.6 feet to rest at 7 feet above seasonal power pool and 2.6 feet below the top of flood pool. The White had heavy generation and no wadable water. Seasonal power pool has been reset for the lakes in the White River system. All of the lakes in the White River System are now above the top of power pool. With the quick rise in the lakes due to recent heavy rains, anglers can expect heavy generation in the near future. The White has fished better the past week. There are some caddis coming off in the afternoon. 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 sizes 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 pink worm with a size 14prince nymph suspended below it). Use lead to get your flies down.
John adds, “I first met Duane Hada almost three decades ago. At the time, he was managing a small fly shop near Heber Springs and guiding on the Little Red River. I was a CPA in Memphis and spent all of my free time fly-fishing. Since the Little Red was the closest trout stream to Memphis, I spent a lot of time there. Every time I went I stopped by Duane’s shop to pick his brain. He was very knowledgeable on the Little Red River and fly-fishing in general. I learned a lot. I even bought a small piece of his artwork not knowing that he would eventually become the well-known artist that he is.
Years later we both ended up in the Twin Lakes Area. I moved to Cotter to become a fulltime fly-fishing guide. Duane moved to Yellville to pursue the same career, though he was devoting a lot of time developing his art. He opened his first gallery in Cotter just four blocks from my house. He moved his shop to a spot near the town square in Mountain Home and then out east of town on Highway 62 near Gassville. I would see him from time to time and we always chatted about fishing or art. I found that I could not go to a fundraiser connected to fishing, the outdoors or ecology without seeing a donation from Duane. He was involved in every worthy cause that came up.
I ran into him last year and he said that he was involved in an organization that was introducing boys to the outdoors through hunting and fishing. He went on to say that he could use some fishing gear and asked if I was interested in donating something. I know Duane to be a man of strong faith and figured that the group he was working with was faith based. I was right. Cross Trail Outfitters (CTI) is a faith-based youth hunting and fishing club. Many kids are unfamiliar with the outdoors. CTI is changing that by providing an opportunity to get them outdoors. There is more to life than television and video games. The organization has outings, a great summer camp, a first hunt program, community service and leadership development.
I donated a used fly rod that had belonged to my brother, Dan. I went through my old waders and found several pair that would be useful to CTI and gave them to Duane. I also found a cache of ammunition that had belonged to Dan. It was way more than I would ever use and thought Duane would like that, also. I felt good to take a bunch of outdoor gear that I was not using and passed it on to someone that would use it in a positive program that would benefit our youth.
“If you would like to help this organization by donating gear or money – it is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization – or have kids that you would be interested in getting involved, contact Duane Hada at (870) 425-3898 or stop by Rivertown Gallery.”

 

Bull Shoals Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 664.00 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 659.00 feet msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Del Colvin at Bull Shoals Lake Boat Dock had no new reports.

 

(updated 4-4-2018) K Dock Marina said they were really excited about the Army Corps of Engineers keeping the lake level around normal for this spring. Anglers have access to the boat ramp as well as the courtesy dock. “Big thanks to our friends at Taney County Road and Bridge for keeping the access road and parking lot cleared of debris!” The lake looks great. Still cold compared to the temps on Table Rock, but they are starting to get the surface temperature up. Crappie are really starting to hit live minnows, not on the shoreline yet, but decent reports down the lake from the dock. Slow presentation and live minnows on brush piles in the coves. Lake level was 658.66 (normal pool is 659 feet msl). Water temperature ranging 49-52 degrees. Water is stained to clear. Crappie are good to fair on live minnows on top of brush piles and structure. Colors of swimming minnows to use are: pink and chartreuse, pearl and Smoke & Glitter. Had a few anglers with some good limits last weekend. Most were finding the crappie in the creek coves from the 36 lake marker down to the Arkansas line. The water is a few degrees warmer down the lake. But, the coves near K Dock are really starting to produce some good numbers of big crappie. Black bass (largemouth, smallmouth and spotted) are biting Alabama rigs, jerkbaits and ˝-ounce or smaller jigs. Bass will start hitting the threadfin shad and searching for crawfish for protein coming out of the winter months. A Ned Rig is a great plastic to throw in the spring as well. However, great reports of bass being caught on Wiggle Warts and Rock Crawlers in brown/tan and red craw colors. These work great with a little wind. Crank them down in the 5-8 feet range right now. Make contact with the rocks on the high bluff sides and then slow your retrieve. Remember, these fish are still a little slow coming up from 48 degrees water.
Also, walleye are fair on trolling with small to medium crankbaits. They are still deep, but that should change soon. They are hitting spoons off of points. For white bass, head to the Beaver Creek arm of the lake just 6 miles up from the dock. If the high temps arrive, they should be feeding there. Use a white Rooster Tail or a silver Rat-L-Trap.

 

Norfork Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 559.52 feet msl (normal conservation pool: September-April 552.00 feet msl; April-September, 554.00 feet msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Lou Gabric at Hummingbird Hideaway Resort said the beginning stages of Norfork Lake's spring fishing season have begun. It is a little behind past years due to the continual unseasonable cool fronts, but it is coming. Forecasts for the next few days are great, but another cool front is possible later in the week. The baitfish are moving toward shallow water to get to warmer water, and the predators are following to feed. Shad will be going through a spawn very shortly. The cool fronts do affect the fish, but if you adjust a little and move out to a little deeper water you will find the feeding fish.
Lou says he has had a very good week of fishing. Tuesday, he says, was outstanding. He caught well over 30 fish in the morning. The majority were the monster 2.5-3.5-pound white bass. He caught one that went over 4 pounds. Mixed in with the whites were the medium-sized hybrids going about 5-6 pounds. Lou ended up landing five hybrids. All of his fish were either released on site or at his dock after the photo op. He said he was finding fish on main lake points in 18-25 feet of water. His method of fishing was vertical jigging a ľ-ounce white-colored spoon. He was fishing northwest of Hummingbird Hideaway Resort's cove. The striped bass he has caught by either casting out a 5-inch swimbait with a 3/8-ounce jighead or with live bait. The stripers have been in 15-30 feet of water and suspended at all depths. He has caught fish on downlines set at 15 and 20 feet, as well as with free swimming baits with a small split shot or no split shot. Most of the stripers are 8-12 pounds on the average. He said he’s finding striped bass northeast of his resort.
Lou adds, “I would like to welcome all of the Bass Cat boat owners that are arriving to Mountain Home to fish in the Bass Cat Owners Invitational Tournament. The warm weather forecast for the rest of the week should make for a great bass bite. Some of the larger bass had moved off of the shore, but will be returning very shortly. There are signs that some of the bass are starting to make their beds. Have a great tournament.” Norfork Lake level is falling slowly with one generator running full time and spillways partially open, releasing enough water to equal using a second generator. The current level is 559.74 feet msl. The lake surface water temperature Tuesday morning on the main lake was 53.5 degrees and back in a creek was 55.5 degrees. These temperatures will be increasing throughout the week. Most of the areas he fished Tuesday morning were a greenish stained.

(updated 4-11-2018) Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters said, “Well we started April with cold, rain, and snow on Norfork Lake. I figured striper fishing would be dead until we started getting warmer weather and south winds. The direct opposite happened. I had a trip on Monday and caught over 12 stripers and hybrids in two different spots using two different techniques.” Tom’s son Sean fished last Wednesday and caught over 18 stripers using just downlines in 25 feet of water. Both Sean and Tom fished Saturday and Sunday and caught over 40 stripers and hybrids, Tom said. “The main difference is how we fish for stripers in the spring and now. Usually we fish using small split shots on long lines and free line planer boards. The stripers by now are very shallow and aggressive; they were that way the week before, but with the rain and cold they went deep. We are now catching them just like we catch them in the summer – 3 ounce weights set 1 feet off the bottom. When you find them they are very aggressive. We have had triples on many times this week.” Tom says to look for stripers halfway up the creek along the channel in 50 feet and keep moving shallow until you find them. Look for them in the Cranfield, Bennett's and Big Creek areas. Look at the points and sharp turns along bluff walls halfway up the creeks. Tom says that Kevin, a guest of Hand Cove Resort, boated a 35-pound 39-inch striper Saturday night in the cold. That tells Tom a couple of things, he said: First, the night bite is developing. And second, there are some big fish in Norfork Lake's Big Creek area. Greg at Hand Cove Resort reports the night bite is happening although it has been a little sporadic. It will be very good for a few nights, and then quit for a few. He expects it to be more consistent by the end of the coming week. That means the topwater action is not far behind. Better sharpen those hooks for some reel-ripping action.
Tom says, “This past Saturday I experience a series of first for me. When we left the marina we had a strong north wind, heavy snow and bitter cold. I would have never believed we would catch fish left and right for over two hours. I had lines break because the rod eyes were froze and the line was cut when we hooked a fish. I have never fished in April where I was colder than I was in December, when it was 14 degrees when I started fishing.”


Norfork Tailwater

 

(updated 4-11-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said Norfork Lake rose 2.3 feet to rest at 5.8 feet above seasonal power pool of 553.75 feet msl and 20.4 feet below the top of flood pool. The Norfork had heavy generation and no wadable water. The water is has cleared substantially but has still fished poorly. 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 Y2K with a ruby midge dropper. Dry Run Creek has cleared but it is not fishing as well as usual. 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). Remember that the White and Norfork Rivers and Dry Run Creek are infected with didymo, an invasive alga. Be sure and thoroughly clean and dry your waders (especially the felt soles on wading boots) before using them in any other water. Many manufacturers are now making rubber soles that are easier to clean and are not as likely to harbor didymo.

Buffalo National River/Crooked Creek

(updated 4-11-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Buffalo National River and Crooked Creek are navigable and less stained. As the water warms, the smallmouths will be 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 1,127.56 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 1,121.00 msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Southtown Sporting Goods (479-443-7148) said the water is dingy and the surface temperature is around the mid-50s. Bream are fair on worms and crickets. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Bass reports have been fair; no baits reports. Catfishing has been fair.

(updated 4-11-2018) Bailey’s Beaver Lake Guide Service (479-366-8664) said stripers are on the move and feeding intermittently throughout the day. The key to success will be covering lots of water. The white bass run is on with the females now showing upstream. Quantity and quality Beaver Lake stripers are being caught up in the upper reaches of the rivers but some striper are still scattered throughout the lake and are still using mouths of coves, backs of coves and the channel adjacent to shallow gravel bars. For you diehard live baiters, fishing free lines, balloons and downlines between the surface and about 20 feet depth should get you some stripers. For the artificial baits you can try trolling umbrella rigs with white or chartreuse jigs/grubs or plugs like Rapala No. 14 husky jerks in black back or purple back colors, or Smithwick Rogues in similar colors in 5-6-inch model on planer boards to stagger your presentation. You should also try fishing jerkbaits by letting the bait remain motionless for an extended period time before the next erratic action. Soft plastic swimbaits and jerkbaits like flukes have been very effective as well and are a good choice when your fish are located near a point or other structure that has timber, rock piles or other snags that necessitate the need for a more precise presentation. Keep your eyes on the lookout for surfacing fish as they are taking topwater plugs like redfins now. Know your species and make sure you identify any fish you keep. There is no limit on white bass, there is a three-fish limit on striper/hybrids and a 20-inch minimum length on stripers. 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 Bailey’s website linked above. Live bait is always the go-to approach on Beaver Lake when fishing for trophy stripers. Water surface temperatures are in the low to mid-50s. On the mid- and upper sections check out these hot spots: Rocky Branch, Ford and Cedar creeks, Larue, Coppermine, Ventris, Shaddox Hollow, Prairie Creek, War Eagle/White River junction, White River and War Eagle River (check main lake structures, humps and secondary points in the area where the channel intersects all the way up to Sidewalk Hole).
Walleye are being caught in various stages of the spawn. Most walleye are being caught in 20 feet of water or less. Use 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 and Arkie 350s in colors that include orange and chartreuse. Also try slow death rigs and spinner rigs on bottom bouncers in orange/chartreuse. A variety of jigs in combination colors of white, orange and chartruese are also producing walleye. You should try casting to structure or snap-jigging to cover water. Night fishing shallow water with jerk baits like Rapala No. 14 Husky Jerks in Tennessee Shad, black back or blue back will produce some hogs in areas near the War Eagle Mill and Twin Bridges/Richland Creek.

Beaver Tailwaters

(updated 4-4-2018) Guide Austin Kennedy (479-244-0039) said that with last week's rain and the system pushing through Tuesday, fishing has been a little slow. There is plenty of water in the river and good clarity. Most fish have been caught between Spider Creek and the U.S. Highway 62 bridge. The preferred method has been light terminal tackle with various PowerBaits. The orange dough bait has produced the best. The walleye bite has been slow to say the least. Austin says he’s quite sure all this rain has caused the spawn to not go as planned. Three walleye were caught jigging grubs, but not after casting for several hours. Trolling with bottom bouncers and crawler harnesses have not produced. A few white bass have been caught between Houseman and Beaver town, but not in significant numbers. No bait balls have been marked in the tailwaters as of yet, but Austin says he’s sure it is around the corner. When the bait arrives, so will the bite.

(updated 4-11-2018) Beaver Dam Store said the Bertrand ramp area has been fishing well. Fish upstream from Parker Bottoms in the Trophy Management Area as well as Campground C, Riverview walk-in areas as well as the turnaround. Always be attentive to rising water conditions. Nymphs, midges are working well along with olive micro jigs. Stocking occurred last week and fly-fisherman are report numbers of fish being caught. The male walleyes are starting to make their move upstream! A couple of 21-inch fish were caught earlier in the week right below the dam off the gravel bar using jerkbaits and 1/8-ounce white P.J. jigs with a pink head. This rain has clouded up the water below the dam somewhat, but areas closer to the dam are fishable. Baitfish are present right below the dam and we suspect that feeding fish are feeding on them as well. Typical good lures here 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, olive, hare’s ear, tungsten Copper Johns, WD 40s, Trout Magnets and San Juan worms.

Lake Fayetteville

(updated 4-11-2018) Lake Fayetteville Boat Dock (479-444-3476) said the water is clear. The level has been normal to low the past week. Surface water temperature is in the low 50s. Crappie slowed down considerably from the nice bite of two weeks ago. Anglers said reports were poor, but give the minnows or jigs a try. Bass are fair on spinnerbaits and crankbaits. Catfishing is fair. No reports on bream.

Lake Sequoyah

(updated 4-11-2018) Lake Sequoyah Boat Dock (479-444-3475) reports the clarity as clear with a surface temperature of 52 degrees. Lake level is normal. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Bass are good with spinnerbaits working best. Catfishing is fair using chicken livers or shad. No reports on bream.

NORTHEAST ARKANSAS

Lake Poinsett

(updated 4-11-2018) Seth Boone at Lake Poinsett State Park said Lake Poinsett, while closed for the next couple of years to fishing because of repairs by the AGFC, is still open for bait sales. He says they will start selling rice slicks next week and into May for those wishing to angle a few flatheads in the nearby lakes and other waterways. Most of the fishing has been on the river and doing well on stink bait for catfish.

Crown Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Boxhound Marina (870-670-4496) said there was a little stain in the water. Surface water temperature was 54 degrees, and the level is normal. Crappie are fair on minnows. Bass are good and being caught on crankbaits. Nothing to report on catfish or bream.

Spring River

(updated 4-11-2018) Mark Crawford with springriverfliesandguides.com (870-955-8300) said water levels are running at 440 cfs and water clarity has been partly cloudy. Recent rains have the river above average flows. Extra care should be taken when wading the river. Olive Woollies and Y2Ks have been the hot flies over the last few weeks. The trick lately is to get the fly down to the bottom with extra mends and weighted flies. Hot pink Trout Magnets fished deep below a float will get plenty of action, also. The trout being caught lately have been really nice sizes. Bad weather over the last month has kept pressure off of the river, making for some great fishing.

(updated 4-11-2018) John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Spring River is navigable and less stained. This is a great place to wade fish when they are running water on the White and Norfork 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 4-11-2018) Triangle Sports (870-793-7122) said the water is 12 feet high and has a dirty look. No reports this week.

SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS

Arkansas River (Pine Bluff Pool)

No report.

Cane Creek Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Park Interpreter Austin Davidson at Cane Creek State Park said a cold and wet week hasn’t kept the fish at Cane Creek Lake from biting. Bass have reacted somewhat to the water cooling back down by going after live minnows and shad/minnow-colored crankbaits. A crawfish-shaped soft plastic Texas-rigged and drug along the bottom in thicker stands of trees and creek confluences running into the lake will also grab a strike here and there. As the water warms back up along with the temperature, make sure to keep spinnerbaits and Rat-L-Traps handy to run just beneath the surface of the water. Once temperatures reach the high 70s to 80s throw noisy topwater baits later in the evening. Catfish are reacting to the higher water levels by getting active and aggressive looking for foodstuffs washed into the water by the rain. Cooler temps are also causing them to hunt a little shallower. Fish liver or chicken parts soaked in garlic mixtures toward the end of the day. Fish start biting later in the evening, after dark. Crappie have started to finally slow down some after having the best run in recent memorable history here at Cane Creek. Snag the last few biters by fishing minnows along structure out toward the middle of the lake. Bream are still biting strong and will only improve as the weather warms and the spawning season approaches, causing them to bed. Crickets are still going to get the best reaction for these early biters, but as the weather warms, fish smaller worms like red wigglers. Once the temperatures breach the 80s, start fishing bigger worms like nightcrawlers. The later the season and the warmer the weather becomes, the more aggressive the bream will become. Quantity and quality of catches will only improve from here.

 

Lake Chicot

(updated 4-11-2018) Brandy Oliver at Lake Chicot State Park (870-265-9705) said people are still catching a few crappie, but it’s slowed down. The catfish are biting sporadically. Anglers are reporting poor luck with bream. The lake is still muddy but is beginning to clear up.

 

Lake Monticello

(updated 4-11-2018) Angler Chris Van Duren at Lucky’s of Monticello had no report this week.

SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS

Millwood Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 260.10 feet msl (normal conservation pool: 259.20 msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Mike Siefert at Millwood Lake Guide Service said that as of Monday the lake level had dropped slightly, and was about a foot above normal conservation pool and falling at 260.2 feet msl. There was current of about 18,000 cfs in Little River according to the Army Corps of Engineers. The tailwater as of Monday was about 245 feet msl. Water temps continued improving over the past week. Surface temps Monday ranged near 58 degrees early to 65 later under full sun, depending on location. Continue to use caution in navigation on Little River and Millwood watching for broken or floating timber. Largemouth bass are in varying degrees of the spawn throughout the lake. Upriver the largemouths are beginning to finish their spawn rituals, and areas along the main lake remain in pre-spawn. Most bass have been very good to excellent over the past few weeks with the continually warming ambient conditions, from 3 pounds each, up to around 9 pounds each. Tournaments over the past few weeks on Millwood Lake have given up numerous largemouths at weigh-ins from 6 to 9.5 pounds each. Spinnerbaits, Chatterbaits, Sweet Beavers, Trick Worms and Bass Assassin Shads on a light wire hook, and Rat-L-Traps all continue working well. Black and June bug soft plastic frogs are working in new lily pad stands. War Eagle Spinnerbaits in white/chartreuse or Firetiger colors continue working well over the past couple weeks for bass in the 3- to 7-pound class near flooded bushes, buckbrush and vegetation. Most of these bass continue roaming in and out of bedding areas, cruising in 4-9 feet of depth. Shallow-running squarebill crankbaits and Echo 1.75s, deflecting and banging them into and off stumps from 3-5 feet deep, were taking a few fat bass around 15-19-inches in length. Best color of cranks in the oxbows, like the Echo squarebills, have been the Rayburn Red Craw, Bold Bluegill and Ghost. Rat-L-Traps in Red Chrome, Red Shad and Toledo Gold all continue to get reactions from 15-18-inch bass. Soft plastic lizards, Brush Hogs and Beaver Bugs are all working very well near bedding flats in close proximity to creek channel depths, around stumps and flooded buck brush, and continue picking up nice largemouths from 3-7 pounds this week. Best lizard colors are South African Special, PB&J, Watermelon Candy, black/blue and June bug colors. Real Deal Kustom Tackle jigs with a heavy craw worm trailer continue working on pre-spawn fish near cypress trees from 4-9 feet deep. Best colors for the current water clarity over the past few weeks are black/purple, Candy Bug or Texas Craw, all with a black or green pumpkin craw trailer.
White bass and hybrid bass were running in the Saline River above Cottonshed Campground for the past few weeks. Chuck'nSpins, Little Georges, Rooster Tails, Rocket Shads and half-ounce Rat-L-Traps in shad patterns were getting really good reactions from the whites, and limits were caught in under an hour in the Saline River. Whites have almost finished their spawning runs now up Little River headwaters, and are wrapping up in the Saline River as well. They slowed in those areas this week. Crappie continue to be caught and are biting well in the oxbows, up Little River away from current, on cypress trees. Crappie were reacting very aggressively to both jigs and minnows over the past week near base of cypress trees from 1-3 feet deep. Catfish remain very good on trotlines using almost any cut bait like shad, buffalo or trash fish in Little River current and in 8-15 feet of depth.
Mike says clarity and visibility are mostly stained heavy in places, especially current rolling, upriver. The main lake and lower sections of Little River are not quite as stained or muddy as the upper regions of Little River and Saline River. As of Monday on main lake structure away from current, clarity and visibility was moderate stain, ranging 10-18 inches. Little River's visibility ranges 6-9 inches with heavy to moderate stain depending on location and current. The oxbow's clarity ranges 15-20 inches depth of visibility. Clarity and visibility can change dramatically on Millwood in just a few hours with high winds, rain or thunderstorms. Continue to use caution in navigation on Little River and Millwood watching for broken or floating timber.

Lake Columbia

(updated 4-4-2018) Sportsman’s One Stop in El Dorado (870-863-7248) said bass are biting well on stick worm and flukes. A few crappie being caught on shiners.


Lake Greeson Tailwater (Little Missouri River)
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Lake Greeson

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 548.26 feet msl (full pool: 548.00 feet msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Jason Lenderman with JL Guide Service (870-490-0804) said the lake level has risen some and is now just over full pool. Water temps have dropped in the last week and are in the upper 50s with color throughout the lake. Jason says he believes a lot of the fish have spawned but can still be caught shallow due to the high water. Right now, most of the bass are on secondary points leading into spawning pockets. They can be caught using Carolina rigged lizards, YUM Christie Critters or YUM Christie Craws in any of the natural colors like green pumpkin or watermelon magic. Shaky head worms in the same colors are working well, also. Jason and his anglers have caught several lately wacky rigging a YUM Dinger in watermelon candy and green pumpkin in spawning pockets around cover. Windy days are good for Booyah Spinnerbaits or Smithwick Rogues in windy pockets. The crappie are good and are trying to move up also and can be caught in 10-15 feet over brush with Kalin’s Grubs or minnows.

DeGray Lake
As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 408.10 feet msl (flood pool: 408.00 feet msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) John Duncan of YoYoGuideService.com at Iron Mountain Marina said, “Well, if you don’t like the weather in Arkansas, stick, around. It will change.” John notes the latest was the wide temperature change from the 70s to the 20s. “What a shock to the fish,” he said. Water temperature this week is running from the high 50s to the lows 60s in shallow northern pockets of DeGray, with water still being pulled out of the lake (the level Tuesday was 408.42 feet msl). You can still pick up some black bass and Kentuckies drop-shotting brush piles in 20 feet of water. Black bass were on the verge of the spawn. This temperature change has affected bass and crappie. It appears they have backed off some and are located a little deeper and around points. Even when you locate them it is hard to caress a bite out of them. Many catfish trotlines are out in the Shouse Ford and Piney Creek areas. It appears they are using floating trotlines with bottles for floats and stretching about 100 yards across the mouth of coves. John says he hasn’t run into any catfishermen to see how it goes so far. Right now, trolling is the best for bass and hybrids. Use your electronics and look for baitfish in the upper parts of the lake. Long-lining for crappie is a good idea while these fish are holding off waiting for the temperature change.

(updated 4-11-2018) Phillip Kastner of Trader Bill's Outdoor Sports said the white bass had a good run, but then we got all that rain last week and it put some color and debris in the water and he hasn’t heard of them coming back. The next full moon should be the peak of the white bass run. Heard a good report on DeGray way up the river on the Caddo River. He hasn’t had a good report of white bass on Lake Hamilton, however. Kastner said with the forecast of warm rain coming in Thursday night, getting out in front of that front might be good.

(updated 4-4-2018) Local angler George Graves said surface water temperature is in the low 60s and the lake is mostly clear. Bass fishing is good with lots of nice catches reported. The fish are now preparing to spawn, so the best areas are close to the spawning coves. Look for fish on those secondary points. Most fish are still in pre-spawn, so back off somewhat from the shoreline and fish 4-8 feet of water. Best pattern has been a jig with a critter trailer in green pumpkin or crawdad. Also try the windy side of the lake and slow-roll a double blade spinnerbait. White and chartreuse are hard to beat. Look for fish between Arlie Moore and Point Cedar. Crappie fishing is good for some and slow for others. The fish are now in shallow water starting to spawn and it depends how good of a shallow water fisherman you are. The secret is to work the shore line cover hitting every bit of cover and keep moving until the fish are located. This might be a slow process because what looks like a great spot is empty and some subtle bit of cover produces, so just try everything. Best areas are at the upper end between Arlie Moore and Point Cedar. Not much doing on hybrids. Looks like most are up the river doing their false spawn, but no reports.

(updated 4-4-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop in Benton (501-778-6944) says she has heard just recently some of her customers being turned on to some big crappie being caught in the coves close to the bank with No. 6 crappie minnows.

De Queen Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 443.82 feet msl (flood pool: 437.00 feet msl).

No reports.

Dierks Lake

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 547.75 feet msl (flood pool: 526.00 feet msl).

No reports.

SOUTH-CENTRAL ARKANSAS

White Oak Lake

(updated 4-4-2018) White Oak Lake State Park (870-685-2748) reports the fish are slowing down. Since the flooding, crappie have slowed, but they’ll bite on minnows and jigs in deeper water ranging 5-7 feet. The bream are starting to bite on crickets and worms now as the weather becomes warmer. As we get into April, the bass are starting to spawn. Worm and lizard lures are working occasionally with spinnerbaits. With the weather producing rain this week, expect to see the catfish moving toward the shoreline to feed.

Felsenthal

(updated 4-4-2018) Sportsman’s One Stop in El Dorado (870-863-7248) said water is still 15 feet high. Not much fishing going on. A few spawning bass are being caught.

WEST-CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Hot Springs Village Area Lakes

No report.

Lake Atkins

(updated 4-11-2018) Lucky Landing (479-641-7615) said the water is clear and about a foot above normal. The surface water temperature is ranging 59-63 degrees. Bream results have been poor, anglers say it’s been slow. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Black bass are picking up, however. Go with a spinnerbait or crankbait, as anglers say bass are good. Catfish are fair on trotlines; bait with shad.

Lake Bailey (Petit Jean State Park)

No report.

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

(updated 4-4-2018) Greeson Marine, hometown dealer of the Arkansas-born-and-bred Xpress aluminum all-weld fishing boat, reports that Lake Catherine is reaching temperatures in the mid- to low 60s with water clarity in the 2-4-foot range in most areas. Fishing reports have been strong with big bags being caught. The first Thursday night bass tournament win scaled a whopping 19 pounds. Fish are all over the lake but mostly from main lake points back into coves and channels. Jigs, Texas-style worms and swimbaits are producing fish when located. Be mindful of other boaters, especially at night. Use those NAV lights and be safe out there!

Lake Catherine (Below Carpenter Dam)

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

(updated 4-11-2018) Shane Goodner, owner of Catch’em All Guide Service, reports that Lake Ouachita is very close to being out of flood pool, but could rise again with the forecasted rain for Friday of this week. Heavy generation is still the norm in the Carpenter Dam tailrace and this flow is scheduled until lake levels are brought into normal parameters. For over a month - open flood gates and very high flows have kept boaters and anglers alike off the water due to the treacherous conditions. As soon as Ouachita and all area lakes are stabilized, a much safer generation schedule will be implemented below Carpenter Dam. Rainbow trout fishing is what Lake Catherine is known for and thousands of quality trout are present in the tailrace and will be feeding consistently as conditions return to normal. Bank fishermen can catch limits of fish using PowerBaits, waxworms and mealworms, redworms, and corn fished just off the bottom with a marshmallow floater. Spin fishermen casting small jigs, Super Dupers, and Little Cleos in sliver or white will record limits of trout during periods of current or slack water. Fly-fishermen can still access areas that hold good numbers of rainbow trout and can be successful presenting trout magnets in white or pink, micro-jigs in black, or San Juan worms in red or hot pink with a strike indicator. The walleye spawn is still underway with the majority of fish caught by trolling shallow running stickbaits that imitate small minnows or crawfish. Carolina rigs tipped with nightcrawlers have taken the largest fish at night. White bass are making a run towards the dam with numbers being taken from the bank by fishermen casting flukes and Rapala jerkbaits in a black/silver combination. Crappie will soon migrate into the tailrace with the smaller males arriving first to prepare the spawning beds. Live minnows and small jigs will give anglers the best chance to catch good numbers of fish in the next several weeks. As conditions improve and safe fishing returns to Carpenter Dam, more reports will be available to the public. Anyone navigating the Carpenter Dam tailrace should be aware of the generation schedules and must always follow all boating and park regulations.

Lake Dardanelle

(updated 4-11-2018) Charles Morrison at Classic Catch Guide Service (479-647-9945) said water temperature is 55 degrees warming to 58 with some areas of the river being warmer. River clarity is poor with creeks clearing, and some creeks are clear. Largemouth bass fishing has been good on the warmer days and the storm fronts. Jigs with bamboozie crawls and chatterbaits have been working well around trees and rocks, while scam shad and chiselers have been working really well around the coon tail. Brush Hogs and lizards have been working really well in the creeks. White bass and stripers has been fair in the creeks on white Bucktail jigs, spinnerbaits and swimbaits. Crappie have been hit-or-miss but definitely improving with the shallow bite on chartreuse jigs. Black, pink and chartreuse have been good colors. Bream have been fair on crickets and minnows around dead grass and rock in the river and around trees and stumps in the creeks; use crickets and worms. Catfish have been good on cut shad around the mouth of the creeks and channel swings. Some of the smaller catfish are moving up on the flats and into the creeks.

(updated 4-11-2018) Reagan Brown on the Trader Bill’s Fishing Report on US97 in Hot Springs says she was not surprised that Lake Dardanelle “came out swinging” for the Arkansas Bass Team Trail event there last weekend. There were 153 teams, and the top five finishing duos caught no less than 20.46 pounds. Adam Wright and Brad Snodgrass topped all teams with 24.93 pounds, and 59 teams caught five-bass limits. Reagan said she talked with Snodgrass Monday “and he gave me a little bit of an overview of what they were doing,” she said. Snodgrass and Wright were going in back of pockets and finding the big grass mats and they just kept punching them all day. Their big fish come off of a bed and “was kind of a fluke deal,” she said Snodgrass told her. “We know Dardanelle is known to be muddy and it was raining so it was extra muddy. They were using a Sea Craw and were flipping some soft plastics under the mats. They said had the best day fishing they’d ever had. Didn’t matter what they threw they were catching fish. Brad said he had a first, catching a bedded fish in the snow. It was snowing up there Saturday during the tournament.”

Lake Hamilton

(updated 3-28-2018) Capt. Darryl Morris at Family Fishing Trips said the crappie remain on the brush piles but are moving shallow to spawn. Water temp is 59 degrees. White bass are sticking to the shallow bays.

Lake Nimrod

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 355.64 feet msl (full pool: 342.00 feet msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Andrews Bait Shop and More (479-272-4025) reported the clarity is dingy and the level is normal but rising. Surface water temperature is ranging 58-60 degrees. Bream are fair and can be found in the deeper areas. Use worms. Crappie are fair on minnows or red jigs. Largemouth bass are fair and are shallow. Anglers are finding them in 3-5 feet depth. Use a spinnerbait. Catfishing is fair on the trotlines baited with minnows.

(updated 4-11-2018) Good Ole Boys Trading Post (479-272-4710) said the water is cold and clear. Nimrod remains high. Fair reports have coming in from the crappie anglers. They’re using minnows and jigs. No one else is reporting any catches.

Lake Ouachita

As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 578.30 feet msl (full pool: 578.00 feet msl).

(updated 4-11-2018) Phillip Kastner of Trader Bill's Outdoor Sports noted on US97 that crappie really are starting to hit a jerkbait really well right now suspended above the tops of these brush piles. Kastner heard three or four reports in the last few days of guys catching crappie around brush piles throwing a jerkbaits.

(updated 4-4-2018) Todd Gadberry at Mountain Harbor Resort and Spa (870-867-2191/800-832-2276 out of state) says black bass are still excellent. Pre-spawn and spawning lures are best now. Shallow-running crank baits, spinnerbaits, Chatterbaits, Trick Worms and lizards are “on fire” at this time. Secondary points and coves are the best areas for these fish. Walleye are good and moving back out of the river and major creek channels. Bright-colored jigs and crankbaits are working best for these fish. Stripers are excellent on Alabama rigs and live bait. Major creek and river channels on the western part of the lake are still the best for these fish. Bream are still good and being caught on crickets and worms in deeper water near brush. Crappie are good and being caught on minnows in 10-15 feet of water near structure. Catfish are still excellent up the rivers. Cut bait, live bait and stink bait are all producing good bags. Water temperature is ranging 62-68 degrees. Water clarity is clearing. The level is almost at full pool, at 577.67 feet msl as of Tuesday. Contact the Mountain Harbor guides – Mike Wurm, 501-622-7717; Chris Darby, 870-867-7822; and Jerry Bean, 501-282-6104 – for more information.

(updated 4-4-2018) Greeson Marine in Hot Springs, hometown dealer of the Arkansas-born-and-bred Xpress all-welded aluminum fishing boat, reports that Lake Ouachita is clearing nicely and visibility in many areas is in the 10-foot range already. Water temperatures are in the high 50s and low 60s throughout the lake. With the weird (yet normal) weather patterns that Arkansas has been having, the bass are doing all kinds of different things and therefore anglers can pick out just about any type of bait and have success. Big spotted bass are hanging out in up to 35 feet of water on rocky points near a main channel, and drop-shots and crankbaits are working well here. As you work your way back into pockets and coves you can catch largemouth and spots hanging around laydowns and broken shale in 25 feet up to 10 feet. Jigs, tubes and Texas rigged baits are working well here. In the shallow creek channels and ditches feeding these pockets you can find fish on beds. Get a good look at some pictures and turn around and go to deeper water. Suspending jerkbaits and spinners are taking good numbers of fish also in these pockets and lay-downs. Little success has been had on topwater but nearly everything else is working. Good Luck out there and Go Greeson!

(updated 4-4-2018) Lisa Spencer at Lisa’s Bait Shop in Benton (501-778-6944) said Lake Ouachita anglers have been doing great on the huge crappie. “Lots of my No. 6 crappie minnows have been going that way,” she said.

 

Blue Mountain Lake
As of Wednesday, the Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation was 399.80 feet msl (full pool: 384.00 feet msl).

No reports.

EAST ARKANSAS

Bear Creek Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Natalie Faughn, ranger at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), said Bear Creek Lake has seen a sharp increase in crappie activity. Plenty of anglers are reporting good fishing from the pier using live bait, and water-bound fishermen are seeing activity in the coves near Lone Pine Campground. Some folks may notice materials beginning to appear near the boat ramp – the AGFC is moving forward with its contract to repair the boat ramp and Natalie said the state park folks are hoping this will have a positive impact on all who access the lake.

Storm Creek Lake

(updated 4-11-2018) Natalie Faughn, ranger at Mississippi River State Park (870-295-4040), said there was no real news to report at Storm Creek. Water still appears “muddier” than usual for this time of the year, which seems to be impacting fishing. Hopefully with clear weather comes clear waters and the activity will pick up.

 

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