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The White River and the Norfork River should be your next destination for the fly fishing trip of a lifetime! On these tailwaters, almost anyone can go out and land a few fish on their own in low water conditons. But, taking full advantage of the White and Norfork's fluctuating water levels requires one key element: an experienced professional guide and boatman who has the patience, skill and knowledge to make your time on the water a success!
My name is Ron Yarborough and I productively guide over 65 miles of the White River below Bull Shoals Dam and all of the Norfork River for trout, along with over 40 miles of Crooked Creek for small mouth bass. Logging so many days on the river has left my computer skills a distant second! However, I've created this website with the hope that I can foster a love and appreciation for these beautiful rivers, as well as improve your knowledge and success in fly fishing here. As a continual work-in-progress, if you don't find the information you're looking for on my website, feel free to contact me anytime at email@example.com or call (870) 688 -1755. Whether you're searching for a guide or want to tackle these rivers on your own, it would be my pleasure to steer you in the right direction. I look forward to your questions, comments and conversation. I love to talk fishing!!
Located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, Arkansas' famous White River and Norfork River offer unmatched fishing diversity, with enough options to satify every fly fishers needs. With several world, national and state records these tailwater fisheries have proven they have what it takes to grow quality fish. Plus the sheer number of fish here are second to none!
White River fly fishing update
Friday March 27 The White River should see fluctuating water flows of 1 to 5 units while the Norfork River should see 1 unit through 10:00am followed by minimum flow through the remaining daylight hours.
Please have an escape plan for rising water flows!
Friday March 27 Partly sunny. A slight chance of rain in the morning. Highs in the lower 50s. Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. The chance of precipitation 20 percent in the morning. Average rainfall less than 1/10 inch.
If the SWPA's "Predicted Schedule" is accurate...
3-22-15: Another enjoyable day on the water with Mike while fishing a midge caddis combo! He landed several nice browns and too many rainbows to count! We are starting to see some caddis hatches down river during the lower flows!
3-21-15: First time client from Tupelo MS, Mike landed several good browns and tons of bows while fishing the caddis hatch down stream during the lower flows.
Spring time is here and the caddis are starting to do there thing down stream.....with warmer weather coming, it should blow up over the next few weeks!
3-19-15: Long time client and good friend from IN, Dick kept a tight line and rod bent for four days while fishing midges, caddis nymphs and shad patterns on the White River!
2-28-15: First time client from Memphis, Putt ripped em while fishing midge patterns on the White River during minimum flow! Had the river all to our self! But I must say, we did quit early due to hazardous road conditions!
2-25-15: Guide's day off and doing a some R&D on the Norfork River with some new streamer patterns we have in the works!