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There have been few changes in the latest fishing report this week from the Army Corps of Engineers at Arkabutla Lake.

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There have been some good reports of fishing for catfish the past week in the outlet channel of Arkabutla Lake, according to the weekend release from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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Anglers looking to wet their lines at Arkabutla Lake this week should find success fishing for catfish with trotlines or noodles, also known as jugs, over flooded grass with a variety of natural baits, according this week’s fishing report from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. There have als…

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report on fishing at Arkabutla Lake this weekend said crappie has been found by fishing very slowly over the deeper edges of the flooded grass with minnows under a bobber. 

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers had some good news for users of Arkabutla Lake this week, stating that all ramps are now open and the Hernando Point Beach is also open.

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Arkabutla Lake reports that crappie are in the main lake with reports about the same using single poles or trolling. Both methods report catches using bright colored jigs and minnows in 3-6 feet of water.     

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Arkabutla Lake reports in its weekly fishing report that crappie have moved into the creeks this past weekend with the rise in water level. However, the Corps added it is expected that the fish will move back into the main lake as the water level stabilizes. 

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Crappie has moved to shallow water in the past week as water rose and crested, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ weekly fish report. The Corps expects crappie to spawn in 3–5 foot deep of water or more. Anglers should use bright-colored jigs and/or minnows while slow trolling in…

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Arkabutla Lake reports some movement to shallow water for crappie this past week, as water rose and crested. The Corps expects crappie to spawn in water from 3-5 feet deep or more with water falling. Use bright-colored jigs and/or minnows slow trolling 3-6…

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reported in this week’s fishing report that crappie have moved shallow last weekend as water rose and crested. Some good catches have been reported, but fish moved back out as soon as the water starting falling. Expect crappie to spawn in 3-5 feet deep or mor…

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Arkabutla Lake this week reported that some white bass are still in the creeks and river spawning where they can be taken on jigs, spinners or small crank baits. No size or number limits are on white bass.

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