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To trout fishing enthusiasts, the White River in northern Arkansas is treasured water. The state record rainbow trout (19-lb., 1 oz.) and cutthroat trout (9 lb., 9 oz) were caught here. Trophy brown trout and brook trout also thrive, and their state records were catches from a nearby, similar river.

White River

Beautiful scenery is reason enough to visit. White River waters flow past limestone bluffs and through woodlands where you will see eagles, deer and abundant wildlife as you float by. Wooded shores bloom white and pink in the spring with dogwood and redbud trees while autumn colors glow every shade of gold. The City of Cotter has been named Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation.

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White River

On the White River, any trout fishing techniques can be used with success, but many visitors choose a traditional White River float-fishing trip.

To find an area outfitter and guide, check our member listings and/or our vacation offers.


Rainbow Drive Resort & RV Campground

AGFC Fishing Report

The Fisherman's Lodge

His Place Resort


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Ozark Mountain Region
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Cotter Tourism Foundation
Cotter, Arkansas - Trout Capital USA

374 Sunset Drive Cotter, Arkansas 72626
Phone: 800-506-8064
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11/19/2008