Lake Ouachita Professional Review and Guide
"Short Take: 48,000 acres; rocks, gravel, major river and creek tributaries, abundant vegetation, undeveloped shoreline. It was 10:30 at night and Mark Davis had already caught about 30 bass since the moon had come out, but this time when he threw his black spinnerbait around the stump
Overall, the lake might be characterized as deep, clear, and rocky, but this is only part of the picture. There are literally hundreds of rocky, tree-filled coves, and numerous islands with points and flats, that provide a lot of fairly shallow fishing. And too, the vegetation usually provides some shallow fishing throughout the year. For the most part, the productive bass fishing depths here range between 12 and about 25 feet. Primary Species: Largemouth and striped bass."