Miller County (AR) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Miller County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Crappie,  Bream/Bluegill,  Catfish,  Smallmouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Carp,  Bullhead,  White Bass,   and 12 more

Bodies of Water in Miller County Area

35 Lakes

117 Rivers and Streams

36 Reservoirs

44 other

Miller County (AR) Fishing Spots

Beech Creek 6.2 miles
Boggy Creek 7.2 miles
Boyce Lake Dam 5.5 miles
Candler Lake 9 miles
Caney Branch 6.8 miles
Chicken Creek 6.1 miles
Coca Cola Lake 5.8 miles
Coe Creek 6.8 miles
Comer Branch 6.2 miles
Crabtree Lake 8.1 miles
Cypress Lake 9 miles
Davis Lake 6.6 miles
Davis Lake Dam 6.6 miles
Days Creek 9 miles
Dry Creek 0.7 miles
Fish Lake 6.1 miles
Fourmile Creek 7.2 miles
Gill Lake 8.4 miles
Gill Lake Dam 8.4 miles
Hensley Lake 4.8 miles
Hooker Branch 8.9 miles
Keller Lake 8 miles
Lower Lake 7.6 miles
Mill Creek 6.4 miles
Mill Creek 6.6 miles
Moccasin Bayou 6.3 miles
Morgan Branch 6.6 miles
Old Bitty Lake 6.9 miles
Paradise Lake 6.9 miles
Red Chute 6.8 miles
Snake Lake 8.8 miles
Spring Branch 6.9 miles
Turkey Creek 8.2 miles
Upper Lake 7.7 miles
Wooten Lake 8.1 miles
Wooten Lake Dam 8.1 miles
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About Miller County (AR) Fishing

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