The Snow Access to Crooked Creek is a public access area with a canoe launching ramp and a moderately sized parking area. Smallmouth fishing is also popular on Crooked Creek.
Crooked Creek has been recognized as a blue ribbon smallmouth stream. Crankbaits, spinnerbaits, and small plastic lures are all effective at times. There are also bass, bluegill, and catfish present in the waters of crooked Creek.
For floaters, there are 22 miles of the creek you can float. Be sure and observe all safety rules and respect this natural wonder.
Be sure and purchase your Arkansas fishing license online before your trip.
There are several other creek access points within a short distance. Check out our other virtual visits pages for Crooked Creek. You can see the Mark Oliver access, the Fred Berry Conservation Center, and the Yellville City Park access.
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