It is shown above and is a three bedroom house, 2-full Baths, Big screened-In Porch With Extra Refrigerator and TV. It rents for $98/day and comes with a free boat stall. Blackburns is close to take off point and also close to good fishing. Call 800-635-0526 for a reservation. Regular 2-bedroom cabins are much more elsewhere. We are closest to Mountain Home, Dining and shopping. Bring the whole family.
The tournament is the last weekend of March and Blackburns resort welcomes them back. Several Bass Catters friends came to Norfork anyway even though there was no tournament here. We hope the tradition continues. You can get a 1-bedroom cabin for $48/day for two people and a free boat stall 5-minute boat ride to the take off point at Blackburns. Check out www.blackburnsresort.com and click on Scuba Steve's Blog for lake and fishing conditions. Be glad to have you. We have a Bass Cat boat for you to rent if you have problems with yours. No need to cancel.
Christmas is to children, like The Catch and Release Area below Bull Shoals Dam is to the White River Trout Fisherman. The trophy trout have been able to feed, breed, and grow without any negative pressure from an outside source. Many of the Brown Trout have been spawning over the past two months and are now hungry. These trophies are going to be hungry and agressive, feeding on some if not all flies and bait fish. Any fishermen willing to try their luck in what could be cold weather, has the potential to catch, photograph, and release a real Trophy Trout. The bite should be nothing short of magical!
Check out the prices on blackburns resort high quality boats. www.blackburnsresort.com best place best price. Steve will help you find fish. Water temps are lowering and fishing is changing. If you are not staying at blackburns you are paying too much. High generation on both rivers has stopped wading. Ckeck out the lake
I am a magazine-aholic! One of my favorite magazines that covers travel all over the south is the AAA Southern Traveler. The newest edition, May-June 2009, gives some wonderful information about setting up camp in northern Arkansas, the outstanding Ozarks! The article covers camping along the Buffalo, waterside camping at Lake Norfork and cave country camping. You can read the article by Jinny Ravenscroft Danzer by clicking the following link http://www.ouraaa.com/traveler/south/2009/05/fNatural.html
Each year in the late spring, the school of carp return from their winter feeding grounds to their home at Quarry Marina. It's amazing how they come back to the same place each year, specifically to the same stalls. This morning 8 carp appeared in the front stall "begging" to be fed! I recognized one of the carp as one that has been here for at least 6 years...it has a unique crooked mouth! An internet article stated that common carp can live up to 25 years in the wild......so our carp will be returning for a long time and hopefully their numbers will increase!