Each year when the snow starts to fly and the fishing slows down, anglers start to think about chasing that next location and the excitement of the next pull of their line. One of the best kept fly fishing secrets of October lies in the great state Arkansas. The Bull Shoals Tailwater in North Central Arkansas has earned a reputation; one of prolific Trophy Brown Trout. The newly remodeled White River Trout Club (WRTC), located just downstream of the Bull Shoals Dam, sits river’s edge and provides anglers access to fishing within minutes, fully equipped custom river Drift/Jet boats, comfortable lodging, amazing food and the chance at catching trophy trout on the fly immersed in vibrant fall of colors.
Late October is one of the most beautiful times to be in the Ozark Mountains of north Central Arkansas, where the temperate broadleaf forests are in their prime fall colors of reds and golds. The White River sweeps through the limestone bluffs with Heron and Eagles soaring above. Brown trout begin feasting before their early winter spawn and is a perfect time to target that “fish of a lifetime”. This time of the year anglers are rewarded with cooler temperatures, hungry trout and spectacular scenery nestled in the Ozark Mountains.