any of u been 2 lake greeson( hope i spelled that right)??? i was up there a bout 2 years ago when the water was real high, and i loved it!! i'm here in texas and we dont have any lakes near me that are as nice as greeson. none that i know about any how. i have some family that lives in nashville ark, and i like it there 2, lots of places 2 go fishing. well i just wanted 2 say hey 2 all y'all!!
i only been there once and i liked it a bunch, we rented a barge, and cuised the lake for about 4 hours, after that we went fishing on the other part of the dam, the water was freezing cold and very,very, high, not to mention so clear you could see the bottom. you wont find anything like that here in sanantonio. thanks for the reply!
i been wanting to go back but we havent had the chance, we went on a 4th of july weekend a few years ago, pat green was haveing a concert at the city park FREE of charge. you will not get any thing free here in my city, i think we were in murfesbourough(i cant spell) the only thing i thought was strange is that i have never been in a dry county b-4!
that lake is not to far from nashville ark. i had never been in dry county b-4. kinda strange not to see beer and stuff in a store. and the trees i had never seen such tall trees, man its a sight i really like it in ark.
I grew up on bever lake, used to guide there as a child, parents used to own a marina out at rockey branch, great place to get striper bass. but then i moved twards central AR and started fishing up at grears ferry lake. good lake but not as plentyfull as beaver lake. but last weekend went out and cought a bunch of nice white bass. lakes here in AR are great, you just have to lear about them and learn some of the sweet spots.
I have no problem living in a dry county. If I want a glass of wine or a beer or soem Crown I know my way to Agusta or Cabot or the Air Force base. I'm not **** about it but I have lived in wet counties and I like it better where I am.
well some times it just seems like it's only 7 or 8. when your like I am and have to drive damn near 50 miles.
But I'm not really a heavy drinker. six pack normaly go bad in my fridge before I get a chance to drink it. but on all the other stuff I just normaly stock up good on it when I need to,
SO YES I ADMIT...IT AIN'T so bad livin' in a dry county as much as it is an inconvienience when you do want some liquor and have to make that extra trip.
but anyway...........ther4e ya have it....Thanks for the info Jim.
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