Bull Shoals Lake

Bull Shoals is the last lake in the White River chain of lakes, located in southwest Missouri and north Arkansas. It’s known for its sprawling, clear waters, shear bluff banks and lack of development along its shores. Walleye and now stripers are the species most anglers go after, but its smallmouth and largemouth bass, as well as whites and crappie are in abundance, too. The lake holds several state record fish including walleye, striper and yellow perch.

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4/19 Diamond City

Posted by Phil Lilley on April 20th, 2017


Had stuff to take care of in the morning. I headed to the lake after noon. Didn’t really get fishing until 2 pm.
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Got to fish with my sister today

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 24th, 2017


We had a fun day on the lake today without many other boats out there. We put in at K Dock around 7 this morning and fished till 3. Boated up to Snap and started working the roll off from the bluff to just past the cut with mega bass. Picked up a couple stinking bass and my sister, Jen was pretty proud of this one. read more…

Smoked them on Bull Shoals 3-7-17

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 7th, 2017


Had one of the best days I’ve had on Bull Shoals today. 9 bass, for me, 4 for my buddy Dan. All LMB, and 5 really, really solid keepers. Wart, ARig, transitions and secondary points in major feeder creeks. Water temps 53-55, windy as all get out.  read more…