One of our favorite activities in the Central Arkansas area is kayaking on Lake Picthorne near Cabot. You’ll often find many people enjoying the lake in their kayaks because it’s a beautiful spot to relax and enjoy the water.
Many people in the Central Arkansas area also love to fish in Lake Picthorne! Whether in a boat or on the shore, fishing in Lake Picthorne is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon.
About Lake Picthorne near Cabot
“Tommy L. Sproles Pickthorne Lake is one of three public lakes greater than 300 acres located in the densely populated central Arkansas area. Because of its size, accessibility, and close proximity to the cities of Jacksonville and Cabot, Pickthorne Lake is a popular lake for many anglers. Aside from typical warm water species anglers also have a unique chance to catch stocked saugeye in the lake. Catfish have been stocked in the lake as well. There are some stands of timber along the edges of the lake, providing good fish habitat for both bank and boat anglers.” –AGFC
Types of fish in Lake Picthorne
In Lake Picthorne, you will find:
Keep in mind that there are daily limits for largemouth bass in Lake Picthorne. The daily limit is 2 and only one Largemouth Bass longer than 21 inches may be kept.
For directions, visit the AGFC website.
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