The King's River is known for it's small mouth bass fishing. Other species of fish abundant in the river are Spotted Bass, Spotted Gar, Channel Catfish, Ozark Bass, Longear Sunfish, and Green Sunfish.
Some new and exciting news for the 2018 season is that we will be teaming up with Spencer Tooley, who is a Licensed Fishing Guide, and specializes in catching Smallmouth Bass. He prides himself in educating customers about the river, the species that inhabit the environment, and the art of using different techniques/ styles to catch trophy fish. If you would like to book a trip with Spencer, you can contact him at (479) 601-1703 or on facebook @ "ST'S Guided Fishing."
Listed below are two links that explain in detail the rules and regulations for fishing on the King's River. The River Man Website is very informative and gives an excellent overview of history, river regulations, fishing, tips, photos, and more of the King's River.
The Fishing Regulations are listed below; however, from Trigger Gap to the 62 Bridge is designated as a "trophy section." On this section of the river, the smallmouth daily limit is One and Must be at least 18 inches long. To help increase the size and quantity of large trophy bass, Catch and Release is recommended on this section.
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