National Geographic : 1946 Sep
Arkansas Traveler of 1946 Paddling to the Rescue of a Modern Wood Nymph The girl clings to a giant cypress in Hill Lake, which stretches for several miles along the Little Rock-Memphis highway. Anyone may canoe in these private grounds, but only hands from an adjoining plantation may fish. Q) National (Geographic Soclety iu laeuromes D , llu' v. il 1i Arkansas Anglers Fish Most of the Time and Talk about Fish All the Time That's easy. They've got 22 major rivers and more than 200 lakes in which to wet a line. The State is paradise for humble folk with no more than a string line, bullet sinker, a penny hook, and a cork float.