Driftwood outdoors: Tailwater fishing at Lake Monroe offers surprises




Below the dam at Lake Monroe, Salt Creek begins its southern journey to the East Fork of the White River.

The confluence is between Bedford and the small town of Williams.

The water level below the dam fluctuates depending on the release from the lake but is always fishable from public access sites on both sides of the creek, and the tailwater almost always produces some sort of a catch.

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