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

Fish Species Found in Woodruff County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Crappie,  Catfish,  Rainbow Trout,  Cutthroat Trout,  Bream/Bluegill,  Brook Trout,  Striped Bass,  Walleye,   and 6 more

Bodies of Water in Woodruff County Area

69 Lakes

13 Rivers and Streams

5 other

Woodruff County Fishing Reports

  "Trolling small umbrella rigs with white grub, Rapalas, or spoons near..." Beaver Lake

Woodruff County (AR) Fishing Spots

Beard Lake 8.3 miles
Beaver Lake 8.6 miles
Big Cotton Lake 9.9 miles
Big Elam Lake 1.4 miles
Big Jack Lake 3.2 miles
Big Slash 6.4 miles
Bird Lake 8.8 miles
Blue Lake 8.5 miles
Broom Lake 3 miles
Brushy Lake 2.9 miles
Brushy Lake 9.1 miles
Brushy Lake 8.4 miles
Buffalo Creek 8.4 miles
Buzzard Lake 8 miles
Cache Bayou 10.9 miles
Caney Creek 10.7 miles
Chambers Lake 5.9 miles
Cheatam Lake 4.8 miles
Conley Creek 6.3 miles
Coon Tail Creek 8.9 miles
Dupree Lake 9.1 miles
Hurricane Lake 11.6 miles
Hurricane Lake 1.6 miles
Johnson Lake 3.6 miles
Lost Lake 2.1 miles
Maple Creek 9.3 miles
Mill Lake 10.9 miles
Miller Branch 8.8 miles
Moore Creek 8.9 miles
Morrison Lake 5.8 miles
Penn Bay 9.3 miles
Polly Ann Lake 5.4 miles
Pony Creek 10.3 miles
Possum Creek 5.2 miles
Reddon Lake 2.5 miles
Spivey Lake 6.9 miles
Sullivan Lake 7.5 miles
Walker Lake 8.5 miles
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Arkansas Fishing Licenses

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About Woodruff County (AR) Fishing

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