Greers Ferry Lake

Cleburne - Arkansas

  • 66 catches


  • 68 spots

Widely known for its extraordinarily large Walleye and excellent black bass. Home of the state record Walleye (22lbs-11oz) and the world record Brown Trout (40lbs-4oz). 31,500 acres

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Greers Ferry Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. Just moved here from Northern Nevada (Lake Tahoe) got a lot to learn. A lot!

    Largemouth Bass

    1. Andy Clyce 0
      most of my success has been trolling
    2. Andy Clyce 0
      I’ve been fishing this lake for 6 years now. Grew up fishing in Mississippi. I am still learning. That deep, clear water is a different kind of challenge
    3. Bob Milby 0
      Thank you
      Told ya gota lot to learn
    4. George Horvath 0
    5. Eric Hudson 0
      That is spotted bass, also called a Kentucky.
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  2. 1 lb. 4 oz. 12.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a Nightcrawlers

  3. 38 lb. Blue Catfish with a nightcrawler

  4. 10 lb. 5 oz. Blue Catfish

    1. tyler langley 0
      what u catch them on
  5. 2 lb. 13 in. Smallmouth Bass with a red crawfish crankbait

  6. 1 lb. 8 oz. 13 in. Largemouth Bass with a spinnerbait

  7. Unfortunately she had eggs. Flooded area.

    Largemouth Bass with a Minnow and crappie jig

  8. trolling at sunset

    21 in. White Bass with a rattle trap

    1. Michael Florence 0
      Good information to know Mike. I have a pontoon boat on Greer's Ferry and I will try this next time I'm out. Thanks
    2. Chuck Trahan 0
      Clear advice. Thanks. I'll let you know...
    3. Mike Stout 0
      I was trolling with a chrome and blue 3/4 oz. cotton Cordell I believe.
      As far as casting those types of baits, you need to experiment and let the fish tell you ...more what they want. Sometimes fast, sometimes slow, or in between, a jigging action is probably my most productive when I'm not trolling them, count down the lure to the depth you want, then raise the rod tip to pull the bait up and towards you,lower the rod tip and reel, repeat all the way back to shore don't allow a lot of slack when lowering the rod tip, and watch the line as you do for bumps or ticks, the lure usually gets hit on the drop. Good luck!
    4. Chuck Trahan 0
      I'm new to bass fishing. Mostly live bait (shrimp, squid, sardine, etc.) Florida offshore before. I read about and just purchased a Rattle Trap. Do I just cast ...more and reel it back in? Fast or slow? Sunset best? Without knowing bottom, is near shoreline or at inlets to lake good? I'd appreciate advice; I want to go to lures exclusively (or mainly at least.)
    5. Aaron Boyd 0
      I meant which color/style rattle trap
    6. Aaron Boyd 0
      What were you trolling with?
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