Dec 24, 2015 - The new year has just arrived, but winter has settled in. That doesn't mean you have to hunker down inside, though.
Sometimes, the best times to be on the water are when the temperature has fallen. John Merwin of Field & Stream takes a look at 15 top winter fishing destinations, including one from our home state of Arkansas.
Let's take a look:
Here are three good reasons to consider fishing Arkansas' fabulous White River tailwater this winter. First, there's nobody around, and the trout are lonely. Second, because it's tailwater fishing, water temperatures generally remain in the 50s to low 60s, so trout are active all winter. And third, Crazy Mike Neher said so.
Find out what Crazy Mike had to say, and what makes the White and other destinations across the U.S. good ones for winter fishing.