Harris Brake Lake

A couple of Canadian geese join a group of mallards as they explore the peace of Harris Brake Lake.

At 1,300 acres, Harris Brake Lake is the third largest lake owned by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Built in 1955 it is one of the largest ever built by a state wildlife agency. Facilities include four concrete and two gravel boat ramps, two lakeside bait shops that provide boat and motor rentals and fishing supplies. Camping and picnic areas are also available.

Fishing: Harris Brake is well known for its bluegill, channel catfish, crappie, hybrid striped bass, largemouth bass and redear sunfish among others. Located one mile south of Perryville in Perry County. Phone the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission for more information: (501) 223-6300; toll-free, 1-800-364-4263

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