Posted on September 17 2008
Like any savvy angler, John Berry knows when a good thing might slip away. With Hurricane Ike on the horizon and the Corps of Engineers reducing water flow on both Bull Shoals and Norfork Dams in preparation, he and his wife make a beeline for Arkansas’s White River. “The trout had not seen much of anything but brightly colored San Juan worms in months. With the fish more concentrated in the lower water, anglers able to wade to their favorite holes and fish that had never been effectively fished over in months, it was a prescription for great fishing.” In the Baxter Bulletin.