Lake Overcup

In Morrilton, there are two exits from Interstate 40 that lead to the lake. Turning north at Exit 107 will take you along Arkansas Highway 95 to the lake’s southwest corner and the entry point.

Turn north at Exit 108 and go down Arkansas Highway 9 until it intersects with Arkansas Highway 915 to get to the northeast access location. To get to the lake, use Highway 915 west.

At the southwest access location, AGFC offers a concrete boat ramp, courtesy dock, handicapped-accessible fishing pier, and fishing jetty. At the northeast access area, AGFC offers a concrete boat ramp and fishing pier.

Hall family at Lake Overcup
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Lake Overcup Information
  • Constructed in 1963

  • Maximum 35 feet deep

  • Bluegill, Redear Sunfish, Black Crappie, White Crappie, Channel Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Largemouth Bass

  • Owned by the Game and Fish Commission

  • 1,025 acres

  • No swimming

Statewide Lengths and Daily Limits

For a complete up-to-date list of Arkansas fishing limits and length requirements, please visit the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission website.

Note: All statewide fishing regulations apply for Lake Overcup, except crappie must be at least 10 inches long to keep. AGFC lake access special rules apply.

sam with catfish