I would like to see pics, information, maps, or whatever as well as some input on the Saline River here in Arkansas. I know there is a lot of folks that might be new to Arkansas or just have not fished it before. There are a few members that know this stream well. I hope to eventually explore more of it myself. I have never been on it much farther than around the Sheridan Area. Would love to hear more about it farther downstream. The Saline River starts in the Ouchita National Forest in Arkansas and runs all the way down to Lake Jack lee in South Arkansas. It is feed by the Middle fork and North Fork of the Saline River as well as a abundance of small creeks and stream along its way. It is narrow in spots where you can drive or walk across it, then opens up into larger holes around the bends. This river consist of a rocky bottom as well as gravel and sand. It has a abundance of cover as it is covered along the banks with submerged timber, tree tops, stumps, and overhanging bushes. It is a favorite with locals for its swimming. The Gravel bars in bends along the river make for good swimming areas as well as family picnics. The wildlife is abundant as well. It is also known for its float fishing. Floating it in a canoe, flatbottom or smaller vessels is the best way to fish it, as sometimes the water in the bends and necks of the river is too shallow to motor over. So, members, please feel free to share your experience, pictures and input on this unique water way!