Lake Greeson: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 535.17 feet MSL.
Lakeside Grocery, Motel/Bait Shop said the lake is low and clear. Crappie fishing is good around 10 feet deep. The best action is coming from jigging crappie tubes in the middle of planted brush piles. Bass fishing has been good lately in 20 to 30 feet of water on CC spoons and tailspinner lures like Little Georges. Stripers and white bass aren?t surfacing yet, but they should begin surface activity soon.
DeGray Lake: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 395.59 feet MSL.
Point Cedar Bait Shop said the lake is still very low. Many people heading to the lake are after walleye. Smoke-colored 2-inch grubs are working well, as are live minnows fished along the weed line.
Millwood Lake: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 259.09 feet MSL.
Millwood Lake Guide Service said the water temperature ranges between 45 and 51 degrees and the discharge at the dam is 158 cubic feet per second with almost no current in Little River.
Lake Columbia: Steve's Marine said the lake is about 3 feet low.
White Oak Lake: Charlie?s One Stop said the lake is low and clear. Crappie are biting well on jigs tipped with minnows. Catfish are biting well on chicken gizzards and minnows. All other species have been slow.
This is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission?s fishing report for Jan. 4, 2006. Keith Stephens (501) 223-6342, e-mail: [email protected]