The 13,400-acre DeGray Lake is a prime vacation and weekend getaway in west-central Arkansas. Situated among ridges of the Ouachita Mountains and formed by a dam across the Caddo River, the lake has more than 700 campsites, ranging from full hook-ups to primitive, and some 15 boat-launching ramps on its shores.  For additional information on park resort events and activities, visit their website at http://www.degray.com/. One of Arkansas’ five diamond lakes.

Recommended baits: Texas-rigged worms and lizards, green pumpkin jigs, red shads with plastic trailers, Tennessee shad grubs, topwater lures, jigging spoons, minnows, bream, stinkbaits and night crawlers.

Location

AR
United States
34° 15' 14.9976" N, 93° 12' 0.7092" W
Water Category: 
Fresh Water
Water Type: 
Reservoir
Elevation of Still Water: 
446.00
Maximum Depth: 
180.00
Total Area: 
13 800.00
Other Activities: 
Bird Watching
Boating
Camping
Hiking
Kayaking
Mountain Biking
Picnicking
Swimming
Wildlife Viewing
Elevation Units: 
Feet
Depth Units: 
Feet
Area Units: 
Acres
Fishing Season: 
Year Round
Extent: 
-93.22946548461914,34.2378474079631,-93.16818237304688,34.265657960935854
Regulations: 
http://www.agfc.com/fishing/Pages/FishingRegulations.aspx
License Info: 
http://www.agfc.com/licenses/Pages/LicensesBuy.aspx
Avg. Temperature units: 
Fahrenheit
Water Name: 
DeGray Lake
Government Stocking Reports: 
http://www.agfc.com/fishing/Pages/FishingProgramsTPStock.aspx
Additional Stocking Reports: 
http://www.agfc.com/fishing/Pages/FishingProgramsFCFStock.aspx

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