ACTION FISHING TRIPS
with Crappie Fishing Guide Kevin Patrick
January 1st - June1st will be the qualifying time for our second annual trip givaway. The heaviest single white or black crappie will win a free half-day trip for 2. (To be used by the end of 2015). I keep a scale on the boat so we can weigh it right out of the water, then log the weight at the marina. March-May is filling up quickly, dont miss the fishing day you desire. Schedule now!
2lbs 7 oz
winner by drawing give me a call
Rates and services are detailed below
Click here to see what we've been catching!
fish for anything that
is biting but
we target crappie most of the
time and we've developed a system for locating and catching them
year around on Lake Greeson, about 45-miles southwest of
Hot Springs, Arkansas between Murfreesboro and Glenwood.
Call them what you will - crappy,
white perch, specks, sacalait, calico bass
papermouths or whatever - we like catching them and love eating them!
But most of all, we enjoy
taking folks out on the water to "unwind" and
spend quality time making memories with their family and friends
while they catch a good "mess" of crappie.
While fishing for crappie we
often catch black bass, white bass,
catfish, an occasional striper or walleye and a few other species.
I guide out of
very stable, safe and comfortable
22' Blue Wave Center Console Bay Boats
powered by 200-horsepower four-stroke motors
and equipped with Jig Poles and Crappie Rods from
Self Creek Lodge and Marina
and recommend their cottages for your lodging needs.
Youngsters are welcome and no fishing experience is required.
Bottled drinking water, crackers, life jackets, bait and tackle
are provided but you're welcome to bring your own tackle
and favorite snacks and beverages if you wish. Sandwiches,
pizza, beverages, ice and snacks are available at the marina.
We're never far from clean bathrooms and we'll
take bathroom breaks whenever needed.
Fish that you want to keep are filleted and packaged for you.
My boat can accommodate up to four adults(or bodies) and (or up to 1,100-pounds maximum weight)
with plenty of room for everyone to fish comfortably. I offer half-day and full-day trips.
Half-day trips are $350 for one or two anglers plus $25 for each additional
adult and last about 5-hours including time for pictures and filleting fish.
Full-day trips are $450 for one or two anglers plus $50 for each additional
adult and last about 8-hours including time for pictures and filleting fish.
Youngsters 12 and under are FREE with a paid adult.
There are no additional taxes or charges for fuel, bait, tackle,
supplies, drinking water or snacks.
If you're not sure whether you want a half-day or full-day trip you can
decide after you see how the trip is going and talk it over with your guide.
We usually start around sunrise but it's not always
necessary to start that early, especially in the cooler months.
We usually take a lunch break on full-day trips but you are
welcome to bring your lunch if you prefer to fish through.
Visit the Reservation-Calendars page to book a trip.
Visit our Comments page to see what previous guests have said.
Everyone age 16 and up
a current Arkansas fishing license,
available at any Arkansas Walmart or sporting goods store, by calling
800-364-4263 or on-line from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Bring your camera, Polarized sunglasses, wide-brimmed hats,
raincoats or ponchos (just in case), warm clothes and boots in
cool weather and don't forget an ice chest for your fresh fillets!
If you have friends or family members that don't care to fish
but enjoy wildlife and scenery, bring them along. Bald eagles,
osprey, great blue herons, waterfowl, deer, otter, beaver
and other wildlife are often seen on a fishing trip.
Click here to reserve your ACTION FISHING TRIP now!
I answer emails daily unless I'm having computer or
Internet problems so if you haven't received a reply from me
within 24-hours please call me at 228-363-3580.
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