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Although we were staying over an hour away at Horseshoe Bend, experts and guides told us that the easiest float-trout fishing was in the Little Red River. I took the recommendations and so instead of the nearby White River we went here. Our yield was disappointing. The fishing site is just below the dam outside of Heber S. and just beyond the fish hatchery ( which is worth a separate visit if you are in the area). The river is serene and picturesque and some avid fishermen have summer abodes (of varying cost) on the banks. In spite of the small catch, we dined in the evening on sauteed fillets and I even had a cold one left-over for lunch the next day. There are many put-ins on the river like the one we used and they can provide a guide, licenses, motor boats and sandwich materals and beverages for a day of fun. (Our guide did all of that for us). Some of the sites have overnight cabins as well. They are simple and clean. We could not keep the brown small-mouth bass because it was less than the minimumlimit of 1 1/2 lbs.
Updated Nov 27, 2005
A most beautifully sited and tastefully arranged dining room with a cuisine to match, American with European overtonesand materials equal to their treatment. The well to do reseidents of Eden Isle eat there regularly which attests to its cuisine. We have eaten there many times over the years and found it a good decision
Favorite Dish: There are no specialties that we have cultivated. My most receent meal was lunch and the fish preparation met with my approval.The price below is my estimate for a full dinner
Written Dec 11, 2005
Address: At the Red Apple Inn