Let's Go Fishing
Cap'n Eddie Reeves, 10 years experience as a professional fishing guide. Specializing in hybrid, whites, bass, and crappie. Enjoy a day on the lake with me and create memories for a lifetime.
My experience was built guiding on Greers Ferry Lake, Lake Norfolk, Lake Nimrod, and Lake Darnelle.
Join me for a day on the lake, we will swap some great fishing stories, and make great fishing memories for you.
Rates vary based on hours and number of anglers.
Call or text for quote @ 501-412-3444
On top of a good time, I supply everything needed for the trip, except your fishing license, food or beverages. Don't forget to bring a light jacket, lake mornings can be cool, even in the summer.
I have two boats that I use, depending on the number of guest.
2017 22' Center console fishing Tritoon 115 hp. 4 captain chairs and bimini top for your comfort.
17 1/2 ft. 2010 G3 with 115 hp Yamaha 3 captain chairs with for and aft seating.
Both boats are set up with the latest electronics.
I have tackle for all types of fishing with spinning and bait casting rods, and lures for all species. When the hybrid and white action is over for the morning bite, I can switch over for trolling to finish out your trip for a good catch of crappie or walleye.
Greers Ferry Lake, located in the north-central portion of the Arkansas is known for its clear waters and cliffs that line much the shoreline. Every game fish native to the state has been stocked in the clear waters of the lake by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Lake Nimrod This 3,550 acre lake is best known among anglers for its "slab" crappie fishing. Other major game fish available include largemouth bass, bream, catfish and white bass, but the crappie fishing is unbeatable.
Lake Dardanell has been stocked with crappie and largemouth bass. White bass are native to the river, with adults traveling in schools and feeding near the surface. With no closed season and mild winters, fishing is good year round. Lake Dardanell is also perhaps the best Arkansas River striper pool. Twenty-pound-plus stripers are always possible, and 2- to 6-pound bass are common.
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GIVE ME A CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION . 501-412-3444