Copyright 2019 James Marsh
Fishing Beaver Lake, Arkansas

08/25/19 Fishing Report for Beaver Lake: (See Fishing Report Archive at bottom of
page)
Bass are taking top water lures early mornings and near dark. Flipping Jigs with
trailers under heavy cover will also get them. Buzz baits work early and late as well.
Deep diving crankbaits work in deep water. Bluegill and sunfish are taking top water
poppers early and late. Stripers are taking large shallow running crankbaits.

Description of the Lake:
Beaver Lake, or technically Beaver Reservoir, is located in the beautiful Ozark
Mountains of Arkansas. It is a 30,000-acre impoundment with 480 miles of shoreline. It
is located in the northwest corner of the state near Rogers. Those that like to fish from
the bank can find areas for shoreline fishing at many of the public access areas
around the lake. Most all the public access points allow portage of kayaks, and
canoes. Boat ramps are open to the public for launch of all types of larger fishing
boats. Some of the marinas offer rental boats, mooring and other marina services for
boating customers. The are many campgrounds and RV parks around the lake.

Species:
Largemouth Bass
Smallmouth Bass
Spotted Bass
Walleye
White Bass
Striped Bass
Hybrid Striped Bass
Bluegill
Black Crappie
White Crappie

Seasons:
T
he fishing season is year-round.
Spring:
Late spring is a good time for bluegill and the prime time for crappie. The spring
season is also great for largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass, white bass, striped
bass, walleye and hybrid and striped bass.
Summer:
This is a good time for bluegill as well as all five species of bass.
Fall:
Fall it a great time for spotted, smallmouth and largemouth bass as well as crappie.
Other species can also be caught.
Winter:
Winter months are the best times for walleye, largemouth, smallmouth and
spotted bass.

Lake Level: Beaver Lake

Weather: Rogers, Arkansas

Recommended Lures and Bait : Perfect Lures
Bass: Deep diving crank baits, plastic worms, jigs/trailers, buzz baits

Striped Bass: Shallow running large jointed crankbaits

Bluegil: Popping bugs early and late

Crappie: slow





























Fly Fishing - Recommended Flies For :
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass - Minnows, Crayfish

Hybrid Stripers - Shad

Bluegill - Minnows, Nymphs, Terrestrials
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Recommended Fly FishingTackle & Gear
Fly Line:
Floating 3  to 8 weight, depending on species
Leaders:
Leaders for Bass
Leaders for panfish
Best Fly Rods: 3 weight to 8 weight depending on
species:
Journeyman, Maser, Pro, Pemiere
Fly Reels: For 3 to 8 weight fly line-
Journeyman, SR Reel, Redington
Misc Items:
Polarized Sunglasses
Tools & Accessories:
Nippers, forceps, retractors, etc.
Fishing Report Archives:
02/10/19 Bass, smallmouth, largemouth and spotted bass, can be caught during
the cold winter months. They are the most pursued species at this time of the
year. They are generally found in the deeper water of the old river and creeks
channels, as well as both submerged and above water river ledges. Most
anglers use deep diving crankbaits and jigs with trailers at this time of the year.

03/25/19 The lake has been turning out good numbers of crappie in the flats in
about 6 to 10 foot depts. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass are being
caught in good numbers on jigs with trailers, and deep diving crankbaits. On
warm days with wind, smallmouth are taking jerk and swim baits good. Fish
around heavy cover near the banks.
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04/25/19 Stripers are being caught in the Rambo arm area trolling at mid
depths. Some large walleye are being caught. Spotted, largmouth and
smallmouth bass fishing is good. They are in the pre-spawn stage holding at 3 o
5 foot depths of spawning areas of the lake. Mid depth crankbaits are working
good. Some largemouth are spawning. Jerk baits work fo them. Crappie fishing
is excellent.
Recommended Tackle & Gear
Line:
Braided & Mono, 4# test to #25 test, depending
on the species of fish
Spinning Rods:
Ultra light to heavy depending on species of fish
Casting Rods
Light to heavy Rod, depending on species of fish
Spinning Reels:
Ultra light to heavy depending on species of fish
Spinning rods:
Light to heavy depending on species of fish
Misc. Items:
Tackle Boxes
Landing Nets
Options For Selecting Flies:
1. Email us (sales@perfectflystore.com)
with the dates you will be fishing this area and we will send you a list of our fly
suggestions. Please allow up to 24 hours for a response.
2. Call us 800-594-4726 and we will help you decide which flies you need.
3. Email us (sales@perfectflystore.com)
with a budget for flies and we will select them to match the budget and get them to
you in time for your fly fishing trip.
All orders are shipped free in the
U. S. Orders over $100 are shipped via Priority Mail.  
Options For Selecting Lures and Bait:
1. Email us (lures@perfectflystore.com)
with the dates you will be fishing this area and we will send you a list of our fly
suggestions. Please allow up to 24 hours for a response.
2. Call us 800-594-4726 and we will help you decide which flies you need.
3. Email us (lures@perfectflystore.com)
with a budget for flies and we will select them to match the budget and get them to
you in time for your fly fishing trip.
All orders are shipped free in the
U. S. Orders over $100 are shipped via Priority Mail.  
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