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Greers Ferry Lake


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Fall Crappie Catch

Had a decent weekend with a few crappiei hitting on live minnows and beetle spins. Caught at about 20 feet late in the afternoon.

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Greers Ferry Lake Arkansas Crappie fishing report

I fished Greer's Ferry lake again yesterday. Caught several crappiei but the size was not great. Caught most trolling double minnow rigs in 16 to 17 foot of water on the river ledge.

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Greers Ferry Lake Arkansas Crappie fishing report

I fished Greers Ferry lake and caught a nice mess of crappiei. I was slow trolling double minnow rigs in 14 to 16 foot of water on the channel bank.

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Greers Ferry Lake Arkansas

As of Tuesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake’s elevation at 463.62 feet MSL (Normal conservation pool – 461 MSL).
Not all of the crappiei have spawned. Try jigs tipped with a minnow and dabbled around bushes near the shore.

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