Almost 150,000 Pounds of Fish Stocked in Arkansas Waters

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Almost 150,000 Pounds of Fish Stocked in Arkansas WatersLITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission crews stocked over 544,600 fish in Arkansas lakes and rivers during September, according to Mike Armstrong, chief of fisheries. The total stocking of fish weighed almost 150,000 pounds.

September stockings:

  • Lake Ann, Benton County, 1,130 yearling channel catfish
  • Lake Atkins, Pope County, 1,118 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Avalon, Benton County, 670 yearling channel catfish
  • Beaver Lake, Washington and Benton Counties, 34,690 yearling blue catfish
  • Beaver Lake, Washington County, 26,415 fingerling striped bass
  • Beaver Tailwater, Carroll County, 10,237 catchable rainbow trout
  • Bell Lake, White County, 320 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Berryville, Carroll County, 400 catchable channel catfish
  • Bobcat Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Almost 150,000 Pounds of Fish Stocked in Arkansas WatersBobs Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Booneville City Lak, Logan County, 904 catchable channel catfish
  • Old Booneville City Lake, Logan County, 323 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Brittany, Benton County, 350 yearling channel catfish
  • Cabot Community Pond, Lonoke County, 600 catchable channel catfish
  • Caddo District Ponds, Montgomery County, 200 catchable channel catfish
  • Caddo River, Montgomery County, 605 catchable channel catfish
  • Cane Creek Lake, Lincoln County, 6,840 yearling blue catfish
  • Lake Catherine, Garland and Hot Spring Counties, 2,301 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Columbia, Columbia County, 1,533 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Conway, Faulkner County, 36,866 yearling Florida bass
  • Lake Conway, Faulkner County, 5,760 adult bluegill bream
  • Cotter Big Spring, Baxter County, 300 catchable rainbow trout
  • Cove Lake, Logan County, 493 catchable channel catfish
  • Cox Creek Lake, Grant County, 595 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Dardanelle, Johnson County, 47,000 yearling largemouth bass
  • Lake Dardanelle, Johnson County, 27,000 yearling grass carp
  • Lake Dardanelle, Johnson County, 10,000 black crappie
  • Lake DeGray, Hot Spring and Clark Counties, 5,397 catchable channel catfish
  • DeQueen Lake, Sevier County, 782 catchable channel catfish
  • Dierks Lake, Sevier County, 690 catchable channel catfish
  • Doe Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Entergy Park Lake, Garland County, 400 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Erling, Lafayette County, 970 yearling grass carp
  • Family Park Lake, Garland County, 900 catchable channel catfish
  • Field Trial Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Flowers Lake, St. Francis County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Almost 150,000 Pounds of Fish Stocked in Arkansas WatersFmHA Pond, Woodruff County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Forrest City Sports Complex Pond, St. Francis County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Galla Creek Reservoir, Pope County, 646 catchable channel catfish
  • Glaise Creek, White County, 610 catchable channel catfish
  • Grandview Conservation Pond, Hempstead County, 500 catchable channel catfish
  • Greers Ferry Lake, Cleburne County, 4,500 adult bluegill bream
  • Greers Ferry Lake, Cleburne County, 35,000 yearling largemouth bass
  • Gurdon Lake, Clark County, 300 catchable channel catfish
  • Hidden Lake, Carroll County, 300 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Hinkle, Scott County, 1,272 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Hinkle, Scott County, 21,000 yearling largemouth bass
  • Honey Lake, White County, 300 catchable channel catfish
  • Hope City Lake, Hempstead County, 400 catchable channel catfish
  • Hurricane Lake (Big), White County, 300 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Village Community Lake, Chicot County, 500 catchable channel catfish
  • Little Belle Lake, Sevier County, 250 catchable channel catfish
  • Little Missouri River, Clark County, 398 catchable channel catfish
  • Little Red River, Cleburne and White Counties, 25,090 catchable rainbow trout
  • Loch Lomond Lake, Benton County, 4,770 yearling channel catfish
  • Mallard Pond, White County, 300 catchable channel catfish
  • Mamas Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Mammoth Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • McGehee City Park Lake, Desha County, 200 catchable channel catfish
  • Mirror Lake, Stone County, 2,000 catchable rainbow trout
  • Murphy Park Lake, Washington County, 500 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Norfork, Baxter County, 20,890 fingerling striped bass
  • Norfork River, Baxter County, 10,092 catchable rainbow trout
  • North Fork Lake, Montgomery County, 180 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Norwood, Benton County, 350 yearling channel catfish
  • Lake Ouachita, Montgomery and Garland Counties, 9,935 catchable channel catfish
  • Ozark City Lake, Franklin County, 1,353 catchable channel catfish
  • Pheasant Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Pine Tree Station, St. Francis County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Pinnacle Mountain Pond, Pulaski County, 720 catchable channel catfish
  • Pleasant View Park Pond, Pope County, 300 catchable channel catfish
  • Poteau Mountain Lake, Scott County, 300 yearling channel catfish
  • Prairie Grove Lake, Washington County, 600 yearling channel catfish
  • Quail Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Rabbit Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Rattlesnake Pond, Prairie County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Rayburn, Benton County, 450 yearling channel catfish
  • Saline River, Grant County, 1,055 catchable channel catfish
  • Sebastian County Lake, Sebastian County, 300 yearling channel catfish
  • Shadow Lake, Sebastian County, 300 yearling channel catfish
  • Shady Lake, Polk County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Sherwood City Pond, Pulaski County, 200 catchable channel catfish
  • Spring River, Fulton County, 11,970 catchable rainbow trout
  • Twin Lakes “B”, Pulaski County, 450 catchable channel catfish
  • Veterans Park Pond II, Benton County, 600 catchable channel catfish
  • Wells Lake, Sebastian County, 1,000 catchable channel catfish
  • West Memphis City Park Lake, Crittenden County, 1,316 catchable channel catfish
  • Lower White Oak Lake, Ouachita County, 1,270 catchable channel catfish
  • Lower White Oak Lake, Ouachita County, 30,000 fingerling threadthin shad
  • Upper White Oak Lake, Ouachita County, 1,204 catchable channel catfish
  • White River, Stone, Baxter, Marion and Izard Counties, 97,417 catchable rainbow trout
  • White River, Marion County, 20,000 yearling rainbow trout
  • Lake Wilhelmina, Polk County, 600 catchable channel catfish
  • Wilkins Pond, St. Francis County, 150 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Willastein, Pulaski County, 310 catchable channel catfish
  • Willow Beach Park Lake, Pulaski County, 1,320 catchable channel catfish
  • Lake Windsor, Benton County, 2,200 yearling channel catfish