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  1. See’ya in the Spring – Good Fishing!

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    October 2, 2011 by wcobserver

    Hello Northwest Arkansas anglers! Fall is upon us and boy I am excited about it. We are getting some much-needed rain and cooler temps.

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  2. Cool Weather Means More Action

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    September 27, 2011 by wcobserver

    Here in Northwest Arkansas the recent cooling trend will speed along the fall patterns.

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  3. First Light Schooling Action Helps Haul ‘Em In

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    September 12, 2011 by wcobserver

    Even with this heat the fishing here in Northwest Arkansas has been pretty good, not much has changed since my last report. I have had days from 20-30 fish on my first half day trips. In most small lakes around here bass are schooling on shad.

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  4. Good Fishing Returns to Beaver Lake

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    September 1, 2011 by wcobserver

    This weekend we went to Prairie Grove Lake Saturday and Sunday morning. Fishing was excellent both days. Starting at 6 a.m. both days for about 4 hours schooling bass could be caught near the dam on a variety of baits.

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  5. Fishing Always Fun, Lucrative for Tournament Winner

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    August 28, 2011 by wcobserver

    Fishing here in Northwest Arkansas has been good; the top-water has been on for the first few hours of the morning! The best bait has been a shad colored pop’r and a Zara Spook. The bass are running the shad to the top early in the morning.

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  6. Tips for Beginners

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    August 20, 2011 by wcobserver

    A few pointers for the new fishermen or beginner; if you can hire a guide they can show you the basics, then start with tackle. Fill your arsenal with things you will use, not what’s on sale.

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  7. Some Water Warm, Some Cool

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    August 11, 2011 by wcobserver

    Well this last week I haven’t been having a “Debt Crisis,” but I have been having a crisis trying not to pass out while I am fishing. Water surface temps are around 85 degrees.

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