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Greers Ferry Lake, Arkansas Fishing

Location and Information: Greers Ferry Lake is located in Van Buren and Cleburne Counties, Arkansas. This body of water covers approximately 40,000 acres of surface area. You will find boating, kayaking and fishing here.

Special Regulations for this lake

  • Largemouth bass must be at least 15 inches or longer to keep.
  • Smallmouth bass must be at least 12 inches or longer to keep.
  • Smallmouth bass daily limit is six.
  • Walleye from 20 inches to 28 inches long must be released immediately to the water. Walleye daily limit is six, only one of which may exceed 28 inches. Walleye length and daily limits are also in effect for tributaries to Greer’s Ferry Lake.
  • It is legal to take game fish with spear guns during season.

Top Species and Creel Limits for Arkansas

  • Largemouth Bass: 10 daily combined total with other bass
  • Smallmouth Bass: 10 daily combined total with other bass
  • Black Bass: 10 daily combined total with other bass
  • Bream: 50 a day combined
  • Catfish: 10 daily combined with other catfish./ No limit on bullhead
  • Pickerel: 6 a day
  • Sauger: 6 a day
  • Saugeye: 6 a day
  • Walleye: 6 a day
  • White Bass: 25 a day
  • Yellow Bass: No limit
  • Crappie: 30 a day combined black and white

Greers Ferry Lake Fishing Videos

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