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    communicating with the mdc

    We continue to ask our IT and Communication Divisions to make this information more readily available. They continue to tell us "they are working on it."
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    communicating with the mdc

    On the Arkansas side of TR, we (AGFC) have stocked the following since 1983: Channel Catfish (Catchable and Yearlings): 157,776 fish (Years stocked: 1988, 91, 99, 2000, 02 - 15) Black Crappie finglerings: 48,500 fish (Year stocked: 2003) Walleye finglerings: 849,264 fish (Years stocked: 2003 - 16)
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    Sheechi Day?

    More on secchi readings: https://www.rmbel.info/training/how-to-use-a-secchi-disk/ Here is more info about the event: https://www.bwdh2o.org/education-outreach/secchi-day/ I'm not sure how successful they will be with the recent rain.
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    fish kill

    I need to update my original post on Page 2 after talking to the Trout Program as it appears I wasn't completely correct. Here is the correct information provided to me. The AGFC Trout Program investigated a fish kill on 7/30/18 that was reported in the lower portion of Beaver Tailwater. The following dead fish were observed between the Houseman Access and Spider Creek: 1 Brown Trout, 1 Rainbow Trout, 22 Gizzard Shad, 8 Threadfin Shad, 28 Sculpin, 2 Common Carp, 1 Bluegill, and 1 Logperch. There were no observed dead fish between Spider Creek to 1/2 mile above the Bertrand Access. They took dissolved oxygen readings and found low readings toward the bottom of deeper pools. Since then, water releases through either Beaver Dam's conduit or generator have increased DO levels and cooled water temperatures in the tailwater.
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    fish kill

    AGFC Houseman Access is considered the end of the tailwater.
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    fish kill

    The AGFC Trout Program has been spending time over the past two weeks on the Beaver Lake Tailwater monitoring water temps and looking for dead fish. They have only been finding dead Common Carp and Gizzard/Threadfin Shad. However, they haven't gone past were the tailwater ends.
  7. Mojorig - a modified split shot rig. While in high school, I worked for a local resort on Norfork Lake. On my spare time, I would take people fishing from the resort to show them how to fish Norfork Lake. My most successful trips involved using the mojo rig. So I just adopted that screen name. Avatar - is my current boat - 2018 BC Caracal
  8. mojorig

    Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 7-16-18

    You can definitely learn a lot while diving. Man, it is fun!!
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    Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 7-16-18

    Here are the Temp and DO profiles for TR taken at the dam on July 11th (link). TABLE ROCK LAKE PROFILE DATE = 11Jul18 ELEVATION = 916.32 NO DEPTH D.O. TEMP feet mg/l deg F 1 0.4 8.68 88.81 2 7.0 8.93 87.42 3 10.0 9.13 86.11 4 17.0 9.55 84.49 5 18.0 9.93 83.75 6 19.0 10.06 82.38 7 20.0 10.33 78.82 8 21.0 10.12 74.80 9 23.0 9.64 73.15 10 25.0 9.52 71.60 11 26.0 9.24 70.12 12 27.0 8.99 67.73 13 28.0 8.57 66.24 14 29.0 8.28 64.74 15 30.0 8.00 64.35 16 31.0 7.37 63.14 17 33.0 6.77 61.57 18 35.0 5.72 60.31 19 40.0 4.37 58.62 20 44.0 3.57 57.34 21 50.0 3.63 56.19 22 58.0 4.35 54.81 23 60.0 4.70 54.61 24 70.0 5.20 54.01 25 80.0 5.91 53.08 26 90.0 6.64 52.21 27 100.0 6.65 51.57 28 110.0 6.77 50.79 29 120.0 6.71 50.50 30 130.0 7.21 49.53 31 140.0 7.13 49.30 32 150.0 7.00 49.05 33 160.0 6.39 48.45 34 170.0 5.68 48.04 35 180.0 4.71 47.43 36 190.0 3.00 46.80 37 200.0 2.15 46.69 38 206.5 2.09 46.71
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    Fish care

    I've debated on whether I wanted to respond to these suggestions. Some of them I would agree with and others I don't. However, once the angler takes possession of a fish, it is ultimately up to them to provide the care they see fit to provide. So it doesn't really matter what my opinion is lol. With that being said, I don't agree with # 4 "Critical." Keeping the live well temperature close to 65 degrees seems extreme. Currently, the water temperature on Bull Shoals Lake doesn't dip to 65 degrees until greater than 40 ft. The temperature at the thermocline is 75 degrees. I would say trying to keep livewells in the low to mid 70's would be more beneficial and reduce the chance of temperature"shocking" the fish. The general rule that I use is to try to keep the livewell temps within 10 or so degrees of the surface temperature. That is close to what BASS has recommended in the "Keep Bass Alive Handbook" (link). But again it is up to the angler taking care of their fish to decide the best methods to keep their fish alive.
  11. All, Here is AGFC D-2 Fisheries 2018 first biannual newsletter (Click Here). The newsletter highlights some of the activities that have occurred during the first half of 2018 in D-2. If you would like to be added to the newsletter email list, feel free to email me at Jeremy.Risley@agfc.ar.gov Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Thank you for fishing Norfork Lake!!! Thanks, Jeremy
  12. All, Here is AGFC D-2 Fisheries 2018 first biannual newsletter (Click Here). The newsletter highlights some of the activities that have occurred during the first half of 2018 in D-2. If you would like to be added to the newsletter email list, feel free to email me at Jeremy.Risley@agfc.ar.gov Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Thank you for fishing Bull Shoals Lake!!! Thanks, Jeremy
  13. Another one of those head scratchers on how did it get in Bull Shoals Lake. They are somewhat common in many of the rivers in the state including the White River. American Eel only spawns in the ocean but spend some of their life cycle in freshwater. http://www.ktlo.com/2018/06/26/potentially-record-setting-eel-caught-in-bull-shoals-lake/
  14. Sorry, I meant to post this in the lower Bull Shoals Lake forum. Another one of those head scratchers on how did it get in Bull Shoals Lake. They are somewhat common in many of the rivers in the state including the White River. American Eel only spawns in the ocean but spend some of their life cycle in freshwater. http://www.ktlo.com/2018/06/26/potentially-record-setting-eel-caught-in-bull-shoals-lake/
  15. mojorig

    Kimbering Docks?

    Here is more information of the "commercial" zone restrictions and what is considered a "commercial zone". This a Little Rock District only regulation. I believe there is no other district that has this regulation. This regulation was the result of an altercation that occurred on Bull Shoals Lake. This regulation is only for commercial zones at Marina concession sites. The dock must be posted with a red sign saying either "Restricted - Marina Customers only within 50 feet from this dock" or "Restricted - Marina Customers only beyond this sign". https://www.swl.usace.army.mil/Portals/50/docs/recreation/SWLR1130-2-57.pdf Here is some historical info about how the restriction came about from the Arkansas side. This was written in 2009. Ward fought hard at the time to get this restriction stopped. https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/basscatowners/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=7629&p=7276&hilit=USACE#p7276
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