White River

When one thinks of the White River, several things come to mind -- world famous trout fishing, magnificent bluffs and cold, clear water, ideal riffles and shoals full of rainbows, browns, cutthroat and brook trout plus all the folklore that goes along with its Ozarks Region. Fly fishers and spin fishers alike anticipate traveling to its waters each year in hopes of hooking a trophy brown trout. Some areas, like Wildcats Shoals, are almost impassible. This is a major reason why there are so many fishing guides on the White River.

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Berry’s White River fishing report, October 3

Posted by John Berry on October 3rd, 2014


During the past week, we have had no rain, warmer temperatures and moderate winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell five tenths of a foot to rest at four feet below seasonal power pool of 659 feet. This is forty feet below the top of flood pool.
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Berry’s White River fishing report, September 26

Posted by John Berry on September 26th, 2014


During the past week, we have had rain (less than an inch here in Cotter), cooler temperatures and moderate winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell four tenths of a foot to rest at five and five tenths feet below seasonal power pool of 661 feet. This is thirty nine and five tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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Berry’s White River fishing report, September 19

Posted by John Berry on September 19th, 2014


During the past week, we have had rain (less than an inch here in Cotter), cooler temperatures and moderate winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell three tenths of a foot to rest at five and one tenth feet below seasonal power pool of 661 feet. This is thirty nine and one tenth feet below the top of flood pool.
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Berry’s White River fishing report, September 12

Posted by John Berry on September 12th, 2014

During the past week, we have had no rain, cooler temperatures and moderate winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell three tenths of a foot to rest at four and eight tenths feet below seasonal power pool of 661 feet. This is thirty eight and eight tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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Berry’s White River fishing report, September 5

Posted by John Berry on September 5th, 2014


During the past week, we have had several rain events, cooler temperatures and heavy winds. The lake level at Bull Shoals fell five tenths of a foot to rest at four and five tenths feet below seasonal power pool of 661 feet. This is thirty eight and five tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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