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Quillback’s Big M Table Rock fishing report, April 1

Posted by Phil Lilley on April 2nd, 2014


Launched right before 7 AM and fished until 3 PM. Fish were really tough early, but later in the morning and in to early afternoon the bite picked up. Rocky banks and points with a breeze on them were best. Caught 18 bass, mostly spots, a few LM’s and a couple of smallies. read more…

Catching Clear-Water Lake of the Ozarks Crappie In The Shallows

Posted by John Neporadny, Jr. on April 1st, 2014

The clearer the water, the deeper crappie will spawn. A 12-year study conducted by the Missouri Department of Conservation came up with this conclusion after determining with a secchi disk the depths at which crappie spawned. The department discovered that at a water visibility level of 10 feet, the crappie spawned about 2 feet deeper, and below 10 feet the fish made nests 3 to 4 feet deeper. read more…

Doty’s Stockton Lake fishing report, March 29-30

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 31st, 2014


Got together for a family camp out this weekend and a little fishing on Stockton. My Brother Dave, sister and her son Mathew and her friend Kenny, my wife MC and I all had a blast this weekend. We got to the camp ground after dark on Friday night and man o’ man was it cold! MC and I had to snuggle close to stay warm in the tent that night. read more…

Babler’s Table Rock fishing report, March 30

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 31st, 2014

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Started the day to very cool and foggy weather out of the Knob this morning. As a matter of fact with safety being a huge factor it took me about an hour to idle from the Bridge down stream to Basin Hollow. read more…

Lilleys’ Lake Taneycomo fishing report, March 30

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 31st, 2014

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Generation patterns right now are all but impossible to predict, except for the fact that Table Rock is on the rise again after a good rain Friday night. My guess is the the Corp will try to keep lake levels down close to power pool. That means we’ll probably see more generation from Table Rock Dam for at least a week, I’d say. read more…

Observations on Minimum Flow

Posted by John Berry on March 29th, 2014

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As many of you know, minimum flow has been implemented on the Norfork and Bull Shoals tailwaters. The overall concept was to increase the minimum flow of water that would be released from the dams. This would add a small amount of water to the outflows that would aid in navigation. More importantly it would increase the wetted area on our tailwaters, which would provide a bigger base for food production and increase our river’s fish holding capacity. read more…

Berry’s White River fishing report, March 28

Posted by John Berry on March 29th, 2014

During the past week, we have had rain, warmer temperatures and heavy winds (to include lake wind advisories). The lake level at Bull Shoals remained steady at one tenth of a foot above seasonal power pool of 659 feet. This is thirty five and nine tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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Missouri Trout Odyssey

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 24th, 2014

Matt tucker – Join Brian Wise and I on Day 1of our Missouri Trout Odyssey, as we attempt t fish 21 trout streams in 4 1/2 days.

First of 5 videos! read more…