Cotter Arkansas Trout Fishing

Rainboow trout

Trout are not a native fish species in Arkansas. Since the 1950s when dams were built on the White and other rivers in Arkansas to control seasonal flooding, the natural fisheries were destroyed by the cold water discharged from the dams. Before the dams were built the streams were home to smallmouth bass and other…Read more

The City Of Marble Falls, Arkansas

marble falls landmark sign

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Storm Chasing In The Ozarks

Storm Gust Front

Storm chasing is something that I love to do. One of the more interesting aspects of moving back to Arkansas for me was storm chasing. I know most people hate storms, but I have always been fascinated with them since I was a child. Storm chasing has always been something I have enjoyed. Yesterday Bill…Read more

Liles Falls

Liles falls

If you are looking for an easy day trip to see a beautiful waterfall while you are in the Ozarks, then Liles Falls should be on your list. These falls are named for Jim Liles. He was very instrumental in getting many of the hiking trails established in the Buffalo National River area. In fact,…Read more

Twin Falls

Twin Falls

If you love waterfalls as I do, then you have to put Twin Falls on your list of waterfalls to visit. Twin Falls sits in the Buffalo River Valley, just northeast of Ponca, Arkansas. Directions To Twin Falls To reach the falls, you take Highway 7 out of Harrison. Take a right off Highway 7…Read more