Go bass fishing year-round in Arkansas, the Natural State.
Cast into pristine bass waters while gazing upon the natural, undeveloped shoreline of Greers Ferry Lake in the foothills of the Ozarks. Greers Ferry has produced a 15-pound, 15-ounce largemouth bass, plus the state record walleye, striped bass and hybrid striper.
Known for its natural beauty, Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas yields plentiful smallmouth, largemouth and spotted bass.
The free-flowing Buffalo River winds through the Ozarks and offers 138 miles of excellent smallmouth bass fishing.
Mount Nebo State Park rises to 1,350 feet and is near 34,300-acre Lake Dardanelle on the Arkansas River.
An intense Florida bass stocking program has made 1,520-acre Lake Monticello in the lowland Coastal Plain region of southern Arkansas a premier trophy bass fishery.
Much of Millwood’s 29,000 acres of water is flooded timber, which is exceptional cover for the lake’s abundant largemouth and spotted bass. Boat lanes afford safe travel through the timber.
One or more species of black bass abound in Arkansas’ 600,000 acres of lakes, including largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass. Try these experienced Arkansas fishing guides.
You’ll enjoy first-class amenities at DeGray Lake Resort State Lodge, which overlooks gin-clear DeGray Lake and the Ouachita Mountains in the distance.
If you’ve ever considered making a bucket list of lakes to fish, don’t bother, we’ve done it for you. Here, in order, are the best bass lakes in the country. Now, set forth and fish them all.