FAMILY FISHING TRIPS
HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS FISHING GUIDE
The Narrows Dam
Narrows Dam impounds the waters of the Little Missouri
River to form 7,000-acre Lake Greeson, a prime recreational
resource in southwest Arkansas. The 12-mile-long lake
features clear waters and steep, rocky ridges that form
numerous islands and long peninsulas extending into the
Swaha Marina near Narrows
Though we do most of our fishing in the Bear Creek area near
Kirby Landing, Swaha
is a beautiful resort and marina on the lower end of the
Just south of Lake
Greeson at Murfreesboro, Crater of Diamonds State Park is
the only public diamond field in the world where visitors
can search for the gems and keep their finds.
Self Creek Resort &
Self Creek resort
and marina is located near the head of the lake off Hwy 70.
Daisy State Park and Kirby Landing are nearby.
A total of 45 miles
of walking, nature and cycle trails can be enjoyed in the
area surrounding the lake. The Bear Creek Cycle Trail covers
31 miles and spans rocky hills, beautiful pine forests and
colorful autumn hardwoods along the shores of the lake.
Trail maps are available at the Daisy State Park visitor
Lake Greeson's beautiful
One of the five
Diamond Lakes that populate the west central part of the
state, Lake Greeson offers ample opportunity for water
sports, camping and other outdoor recreation.
Some of the best camping in the state can be found at either
Kirby Landing or Daisy State Park.
Kirby Landing currently has over 80 sites with a new
addition in construction. Full access water and
electric, pull through sites are available.
Arkansas' best kept
The lake's rich
variety of game fish includes such species as largemouth,
smallmouth, spotted, striped and
white bass, flathead and channel catfish, black and white
crappie, walleye and bluegill. In
the Little Missouri River tailwaters below the dam, rainbow
trout are stocked by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
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