White River, Missouri

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North Fork of the White RiverThe White River starts in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas flowing through southern Ozarks of Souther Missouri. The North Fork of the White River has great waters for kayaking, canoeing, and rafting. It is also one of the best Trout fishing and fly fishing spots in all of Missouri. One popular spot is on the tailwaters of Beaver Lake in northwest Arkansas. Another popular trout fishing spot on the White River system is Lake Taneycomo, which is just below the Table Rock Lake dam. A great spot for floating the river is from Nora to Norfork Lake. Depending on what part of the river you wish to visit, there are many options for camping and lodging for example on Beaver Lake in Arkansas.

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RIVER SIZE:
White River in Missouri has 17,769,600 surface acres and 722 miles long.

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:

From Shell Knob, head south on MO-39 S toward Farm to Market Rd 1242 8.5 mi. Turn right onto MO-86 W 5.4 mi. Slight right onto State Hwy J 1.1 mi. Continue onto State Hwy Ra 0.8 mi. Turn right 0.4 mi.

GENERAL:
Float Trip, Camping, Lodging, Cabins

FISH SPECIES:
Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, White Bass

ACTIVITIES:
Fishing
Camping
Hunting Area Near By
Hiking
WATER SPORTS:
Canoeing
Kayaking
Rafting

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