Little Red River Trout Fishing

The Section of the Little Red River starting below the Greers Ferry Dam is famous for its trout fishing. Trout were introduced in 1966 and there is a section of approximately 30 miles starting from below the dam that fishes well for rainbows, browns and cutthroats. The brown trout spawning run is from mid October through to November which is the best time to fish the river. Check out this short video and get an insight into trout fishing from one of the locals and pick up good some tips.

I hope you enjoyed this intro to trout fishing Little Red River style enough to hit the “like” button. PS… There is also plenty of other wild life in and around the river including raccoons, ducks, deer, otters, songbirds and eagles. Tight lines everyone.

Here is the ten best fishing knots illustrated on three water proof plastic cards that fold out into a twelve inch ruler, has sales of in excess of 250,000 copies and fits easily into a pocket, vest or can be just left in the boat.

Fisherman’s Ultimate Knot Guide



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