DeGray Lake Fishing

       Lake DeGray Fishing and Resources

Located near Arkadelphia, this U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir can be counted on for good catches of largemouth bass. Bassmaster Magazine selected the impoundment as one of the country’s Top 100 Bass Lakes (May 2012). Some of the fastest action, however, is provided by striped bass and hybrid stripers. Anglers often find mixed schools of hybrid stripers and white bass. Both species run together, feeding on schools of shad, with the best action in summer in the hours around dawn and dusk. Look for schools thrashing the water’s surface near the dam and around the islands between DeGray Lake Resort State Park Lodge and IronMountain. When fishing for hybrids here, it’s best to rig some rods with topwater lures and others with spoons or crankbaits. The daily hybrid limit is six. Maps and info can be obtained from the Vicksburg District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 601-631-5054.


Tammy’s Guide Service Fishing Tips about DeGray Lake:

Dustin Holmes

46 Turner Loop

Kirby, AR 71950

Phone: 870-828-0605