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MISSOURI FISHING REPORTS

Posted: 03/15/2006

MISSOURI LAKES

 

Blind Pony Blue Springs Bull Shoals (East) Bull Shoals (West) Clearwater
Concordia City Lake Council Bluff S. Grand River Jacomo James A. Reed
Lake of the Ozarks Longbranch Longview Maple Leaf Lake Mark Twain
Missouri River Montrose Mozingo Lake Norfork Pony Express
Pomme de Terre Sever Smithville Stockton Table Rock
Taneycomo Thomas Hill Truman Lake Wappapello  
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BLIND PONY  

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BLUE SPRINGS

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 802.0 Temperature: 

Inflow: 1 cfs Outflow: 0 cfs. Level: 0.01 feet high

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Road Kill BBQ, cooking on Fri & Sat.  Road Kill BBQ will smoke your Turkey, Ham, Deer,  Fish and other meats and they also have GREAT Ribs at a GREAT price. Give Randy a call at 816-739-8780     Map

Report by 40 Woods Bait & Tackle     Missouri Wildlife Check In Station    Braggin' Board

Catfish No Report

Bluegill No Report

Crappie No Report

Bass No Report

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BULL SHOALS

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 656.0  Temperature: 52

Outflow: 2550 cfs Level: 13.94 feet low

Lake Map

Fishing Report by:     Wilderness Trail     

Mother Nature dealt us a mixed bag of weather this last week with some T-shirt weather in the mid-70ís and some much needed rain. Spring is just around the corner even though we are going to have a cool down in the upcoming week. The rain was a warm rain, which really jumped the temperatures in the lake and back in the creeks that had run-off. Main lake temperature is now 49.2 degrees with temperatures as high as 52 degrees in the back of northern creeks. The lake level came up almost a foot and we are at 644.87, 9 Ĺ feet below normal pool as of Sunday morning. 

White Bass, which we havenít talked about in six months, are already moving back to shallow water in the northern exposure creeks. A few are being caught in Howard Creek, Sister Creek, Spring Creek, and Big Creek on Roadrunners and Lucky Craft Pointer 78DDís. 

Crappie continue to be slow except in the upper lake areas above Lead Hill. Dragging a crappie minnow will trigger a few around brush piles and points in the mid to lower lake and in the upper lake tubes, crappie jigs and a jig and minnow are the bait of choice around blow downs and brush piles.

Largemouth bass made a major move off the main lake into the creeks and coves this last week. The big largemouth havenít shown up yet but there are plenty of 15 to 16 inch males that are in. Jigs are great, Crankbaits (Bandits and Wiggle Warts) are even better, but suspending rogues are HOT! 

Smallmouth bass are showing up on transition banks and points and holding in 26 to 30 feet of water from the main lake to three-quarters of the way back into the creeks. Spider jigs and tubes are primary baits and on windy days, Wiggle Warts and Bandit crankbaits are also triggering some nice strikes. Suspending rogues are working on sunny glass water conditions, best colors are blue black and black back/orange belly. 

Kentucky bass are still with the shad but the shad have moved into the pockets and creeks and so the Kentuckys have moved with them. Spoons are still taking a few but the best bite is on grubs and rogues fished off the banks that have some large chunk rock present. Other baits that are worth fishing are Lucky Craft Pointer 78ís and Junior X-raps.

Walleye have been rumored to have already spawned. This not the case, they are just now moving to the chunk rock banks on the main lake and in the creeks. It is true that there were walleye in the back of some creeks in the upper lake areas a few weeks ago when we had the big warm up but that was a short-lived deal. Start working the entrance points and banks to small pockets or coves in the northern creeks with rogues, Lucky Craft Pointers, X-raps, Shad Raps and Glass Shad.

Fishing for trout on the White River has been up and down depending on the generation. With low or no generation Berkley Power Eggs in yellow and white have worked well along with a floating Rapala. With generation the Buoyant Spoons, Little Cleo's and Countdown Rapalas are the baits of choice. The fly fishermen have done extremely well with little generation on olive Woolly Bugger, Zebra Midges and caddis dry fly. The Brown trout are being caught on Countdowns, Jointed Rapalas, suspending rogues and nightcrawlers.

Remember to keep only what you can eat and release the rest for another day. Rick Culver of Wilderness Trail does the research for this report and the writing of this report.

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CLEARWATER

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Map

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 500.0 Temperature: 

Release Rate: 405 Level: 6.23 feet low

Largemouth Bass No Report

White Bass fair 

Crappie fair using minnows and jigs

Smallmouth Bass No Report

Spotted Bass No Report

Catfish good on live bait 

Bluegill No Report

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CONCORDIA CITY LAKE

Updated 03/15/06

Water Temp: 

Lake Level: Full

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Report by:  Art

Our lake is closed only during duck season now.

Which means it will open around the first of January each year and close around the end of November. 

Anyway check when you get your lake permit. Also our permits have been lowered. 

Crappie No report 

Bass No report 

Channel Cat No Report

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COUNCIL BLUFF

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Map

Temperature: Level: normal

Sunfish slow

Largemouth Bass fair using soft plastic lures and crankbaits

Crappie slow

Bluegill fair using crickets 

Catfish slow using chicken livers at night

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GRAND RIVER
(Below Urich)

Updated 03/15/06

Report by: Vansel's Little Countryside Bait & More Shop

Catfish poor

Flatheads: No Report

Channel Cats: No Report

Blue Cats: No Report

Crappie: No Report

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JACOMO

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Map

Temperature:  Clarity:   Level: 0.00 feet low

Road Kill BBQ, cooking on Fri & Sat.  Road Kill BBQ will smoke your Turkey, Ham, Deer,  Fish and other meats and they also have GREAT Ribs at a GREAT price. Give Randy a call at 816-739-8780     Map

The park registration office is now open seven days a week 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Lake Jacomo Park Headquarters.

Report by 40 Woods Bait & Tackle    Missouri Wildlife Check In Station  Braggin' Board

Catfish are biting river worms and shrimp

Bluegill No Report

Crappie No Report

Bass No Report

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James A. Reed

Updated 3/10/06

Temp: 46

WATER LEVEL ALL LAKES 10 INCHES LOW

WATER CONDITION CLEAR

Lake Maps

Channel catfish FAIR

Largemouth bass POOR

Bluegill sunfish FAIR

Redear/Sunfish POOR

Crappie GOOD/FAIR

Trout FAIR, at Honker Pond (kidís fishing only), Coot Lake and Plover Lake.

Both brown and rainbow trout were stocked in Coot and Honker Pond November 17, 2005. Another stocking of rainbow trout occur on January 31, 2006 for Honker Pond and Plover Lake. Lunkers were stocked into Plover and Coot Lakes. The last stocking of trout for the season was on February 16, 2006. Coot and Plover Lakes each received 1000 rainbow trout each. To harvest trout everyone must have a trout permit including children fishing at Honker Pond. Adults must also have a Missouri fishing permit.

Cottontail Lake will be closed for physical renovation for the next couple of years. The lake has refilled and has been stocked with small fish. After they reach a harvestable size the lake will reopen for fishing.

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LAKE of the Ozarks

Updated 2/20/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 660.0 Temperature: 42

Inflow: 600 cfs Outflow: 3400 cfs. Level: 4.92 feet low

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Mile Marker 81Report By: Old Oarhouse Inn         Braggin' Board

Lake of the Ozark water elevation is 655.77í. Truman Lake water elevation is 705.21í.  Water temperature is 42 degrees Fahrenheit.  Water discharge from Truman Dam is 0 CFS through the gates. 

Crappie: Good: The crappie were starting to bite again as temperatures began to warm. I have had good reports of crappie in the coves. Try to find where a creek empties into the cove and set up in 8-10 feet of water. Minnows are the bait of choice. We tried jigs off our docks this past weekend and managed to land three crappie in a half hour, one of which was legal. Frozen fingers on the fiberglass rods forced us back inside to the woodstove and the hot toddys!

Catfish: Good: Anthony Ford @ catfishingguide.com said the best cat fishing right now is down near Bagnell Dam in the deep water. He has been routinely catching 20# blues. When you catch one big one he said donít give up on the hole because like big deer, these big fish run together. Shad chunks (heads and bodies) are still working real well for him. He recommends a throw net in the gravel bottom coves to stock your live well with shad. He said watch for the ripples on the surface and you will know where the shad are feeding.

White Bass: No Report

Largemouth Bass: No Report

Remember a bad day fishing is better than a great day at work.

Report By: Anthony Ford: Catfish & Spoonbill Guide 

Fishing on lake of the Ozarks is really good catching limits 0f 4-6lbs blues in a few hours 1-2 20lb per day few over 30lbs shad heads seem to be best in 40-50 foot of water of the main channel here some pictures from a aver day this week

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LONGBRANCH

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 791.0 Temperature: 

Inflow: 2 cfs Outflow: 7 cfs Level: 2.66 feet low 

Lake Map

Channel Catfish fair using nightcrawlers and liver

Flathead No Report 

Walleye No Report

Crappie No Report

Largemouth Bass fair using lures 

Bluegill No Report 

White Bass No Report 

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LONGVIEW

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 891.0 Temperature:

Inflow: 1 cfs Outflow: 8 cfs Level: 1.70 feet low

Lake Map

Mouse Creek at Longview Lake has a new gate and the area will be closed at 9:00 p.m. and will not reopen until 8:00 a.m. All fisherman need to have their vehicles out of the area by 9:00 p.m. or their vehicles could be locked in for the night and/or ticketed.

Catfish No Report

Bass No Report

Crappie No Report

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MARK TWAIN

Updated 03/10/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 606.0 Temperature: 40

Release Rate: 599.5 Level: 6.00 feet low 

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Report by: South Fork Resort

Date: 3/10/06
Lake Level : 599.5
Normal Lake Level : 606
Water Condition:
Surface Water Temp: 40

Most fishermen plan their first trip of the year around the crappie spawn. However the past couple of years have seen good runs of white bass as they head upstream to spawn, and perhaps this could be a good reason to get out of the house earlier than normal. 

White bass are usually the first to kick off the spring fishing season when they get the spawning urge from about mid-March to mid-April. White bass inhabit Mark Twain Lake and have spring spawning runs up its tributary streams. The South Fork, Elk Fork and Middle Fork branches have seen particularly good runs. Male white bass migrate upstream in large schools to shallower water with rocky or sandy bottoms, followed shortly by schools of females. Spawning occurs in moving water over gravel shoals or a hard bottom. Look for shallow water (riffles) with rock shelves or rocky banks to help find likely spawn areas. Large females may lay as many as half a million eggs that stick to rocks and gravel. After spawning, they abandon their eggs and provide no care. Fry hatch in only two to three days and may grow eight or nine inches during the first year. The usual white bass lures can be used throughout the year, for the spawn or post spawn. Good lures include spinners (including beetle spins), rattle traps, and spoons, including the hammered metal spoons. White bass mainly eat shad so your baits should imitate them in color (white, silver or silver and black). The lake is ice free, all ramps are open. The courtesy walkways have been pulled from the ramps.

Monroe County Conservation Agent Bob Lyons has written a new article for the Conservation Corner. It deals mostly with some of the fishing regulation changes that went into affect this year. 

The 2006 fishing prospects report for Mark Twain Lake is now available, click here to view it. This report is put together by the lake's Fisheries Management Biologist, Ross Dames of the Missouri Department of Conservation, and is based on actual lake surveys conducted during 2005.

The water level of Mark Twain Lake has been at a very low level for a while, this is an excellent opportunity to locate good structure, drop offs and river channels. For example, tree tops that are just above the surface now will be hidden spots holding crappie when the water is at or above normal pool. This is the time to find those hidden spots that help make a successful fishing trip. Another advantage, as anybody that has boated Mark Twain knows, is that the river channels are much easier to find and follow than when the lake is higher. The upper reaches of any of the branches can be very challenging to navigate through the trees. A GPS unit, map or even a video camera are good methods to mark these locations and routes for later reference.

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MAPLE LEAF LAKE 

Updated 03/15/06

Temperature: 

Lake Map

Crappie No Report

Bass No Report

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MISSOURI RIVER  (Homers Landing)

Updated 03/15/06

Temperature:
Conditions: 

Braggin Board

Road Kill BBQ, cooking on Fri & Sat.  Road Kill BBQ will smoke your Turkey, Ham, Deer,  Fish and other meats and they also have GREAT Ribs at a GREAT price. Give Randy a call at 816-739-8780     Map

Blue Catfish fair and slow using live shad sides and  goldfish on limb lines behind the dikes

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Waverly Area
Updated 03/15/06
Temperature
Conditions:
Braggin Board

No Report

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MONTROSE

Updated 03/15/06

Temperature: 

Lake Map

Report by: Vansel's Little Countryside Bait & More Shop

Channel Catfish: No Report

Flathead: No Report

Largemouth Bass: No Report

Stripers: No Report

Crappie: good

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MOZINGO

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation: Normal Pool

Temp: 

Lake Map

Report By: Big Birds Bait                 Braggin' Board

Check out river bottom lures we stock 8 colors in 4 and 6 inch
Check out the new lx bow by Matthew's

Crappie - fair but small

Bass - fair 

Bluegill fair 

Catfish fair 

The boat pass price changed to $5.00 day pass and $35 for the year also 

Come in and see the new switchback bow from Mathews

THANKS
BIG BIRD
RIDE HARD RIDE FREE

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POMME de TERRE

Updated 03/10/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 839.0 Temperature:  

Inflow: 120 cfs Outflow: 50 cfs Level: 0.42 feet low

Lake Map

Report by Pomme Muskie Guide Service

Fishing is definitely picking up.

Bass and Crappie both doing very good.

Muskies still slow

Haven't heard anything about any other species.

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PONY EXPRESS

Updated 03/15/06

Temperature:   Clarity:  Level: low and clear

Lake Map

Catfish No Report

Blue Catfish No Report

Bluegill No Report

Bass No Report

Crappie No Report

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SEVER

Updated 03/15/06

Water Temp: 

Lake Map

Crappie No Report

Blue Catfish No Report 

Channel Catfish No Report

Largemouth Bass No Report

Bluegill No Report

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SMITHVILLE

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 864.2  Temperature: 33

Inflow: 3 cfs Outflow: 250 cfs Level: 1.33 feet high

Lake Map

Report by Burton's Bait and Tackle

CRAPPIE: Fair to Poor: The lake is warming slowly and the fish are starting to move. A few bigger fish are starting to be caught but they are still relating to the deeper parts of the lake. They may pull up in the shallower water near rocks to warm up during the day but are still relating to the deeper water.

BASS: Poor: Someone did go out the other day and caught a couple of keeper bass. A crappie fisherman also told me he had caught several small bass on minnows while crappie fishing.

CATFISH: Good: This is a great time of the year to catch nice catfish. The shad kill from the winter signals a major feed for the cats. Fish from the free ramp down the lake a couple of miles. Fish the mouths of the coves to half way back, look for the schools of shad. You can catch some big fish this time of year. The Missouri and Platte river are also producing some nice fish in the holes on shad guts.

White Bass: A few are showing up with the crappie when you find them.

WALLEYE: Coming Soon: A full moon on the 14th of March should be the start of the walleye moving toward the dam for the spawn. Your best bet for numbers of fish is to find them before they move onto the face of the dam to spawn. 15' to 20' of water using crankbaits or worms near the bottom off the face of the dam. Once the fish move onto the dam to spawn, rogues and Rapala type lures are your best bet. As the water temp climbs above 45 action will increase.

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STOCKTON

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 867.7 Temperature: 

Inflow: 70 cfs Outflow: 40 cfs Level: 7.75 feet low

Lake Map

Report By: Square Deal Bait Shop-CLOSED for the Season

Black bass No Report 

White bass  No Report 

Crappie No Report 

Walleye No Report 

Catfish  No Report 

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TABLE ROCK

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 915.0 Temperature: 50-54 degrees

Release Rate: 681 cfs. Level: 10.75 feet low

Report By: Table Rock Guide Service 

Lake Level: 904.0
Normal Pool: 915.00'
Water Temp: 50-54 degrees

Table Rock Lake

White River Area You can tell Spring is on the way. The bass fishing has been great and with the mild winter temperatures we have had, they have been biting great. Bass are being caught on stick baits, wiggle wart crank baits and 5" milky white grubs on main lake and secondary flat gravel points. On windy days some fish are also being caught on spinner baits in wind blown pockets. Split shot rigs with green pumpkin fish doctor or centipedes in 5-15 feet deep on gravel points, main lake and secondary are also working very good for bass.

Mid Lake-Kimberling City Area 

Bass are being caught on stick baits, wiggle wart crank baits and 5" milky white grubs on main lake and secondary flat gravel points. On windy days some fish are also being caught on spinner baits in wind blown pockets. Split shot rigs with green pumpkin fish doctor or centipedes in 5-15 feet deep on gravel points, main lake and secondary are also working very good for bass.

Lower End-Dam Area 

Bass are being caught on stick baits, wiggle wart crank baits and 5" milky white grubs on main lake and secondary flat gravel points. On windy days some fish are also being caught on spinner baits in wind blown pockets. Split shot rigs with green pumpkin fish doctor or centipedes in 5-15 feet deep on gravel points, main lake and secondary are also working very good for bass.

Upper End-James River 

Bass are being caught on jerk baits and wiggle wart crank baits on rocky points on the main river and some secondary areas. Bass are also biting spinner baits in the backs of creeks and pockets. Some fish can also be caught on Carolina rig, centipedes 5-15 feet deep.

Crappie Crappie fishing is excellent in the Kings River, James River on channel banks around pole timber and in creeks around standing timber 5-10 feet deep chartreuse and white crappie jigs, 1/16 and 1/8 oz jigs and on minnows.

In the Long Creek area, crappie are being caught on channel banks around pole timber 5-15 feet deep and in the afternoons after the water warms they can be caught in gravel pockets and on gravel points 5-8 feet deep with chartreuse and white crappie tubes and crappie jigs or minnows.

Lake Taneycomo

Trout Trout fishing is very good in the trophy area and also below Fall Creek dock. In the trophy area from Fall Creek to the damn, the trout size seems to be improving with the cooler weather. I'm catching some nice rainbows and a few browns on a small Rapala in the morning and also swimming a white 1/16 ounce jig. The trout in the trophy area will also take pink or green micro jigs under a float and a zebra midge has also been very good. Below the trophy are from Fall Creek down, the trout are biting very good on night crawlers or power baits. In the early morning you can catch them swimming a 1/16 ounce jig or little Cleo spoon

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TANEYCOMO

Updated 03/10/06

Temperature:    Level:

Report by River Run Outfitters

GENERAL COMMENTS

Lots of time to wade. Not running much water, and fishing has been good.

Water Conditions: No generation for the past five days. Lots of time to get in the water.

FLY FISHING TROPHY AREA (dam to Fall Creek)-SHALLOW WATER-WADING-

Weather continues to be unbelievable! AND the fishing is great! Looks like rain today and certainly hope we get some. Need to start filling up Table Rock Lake. Trips out yesterday. One of the boats boated close to 50 fish and the boat boated close to 30....after breaking off that many (think it was the bass set on the fly rod). Most of them on the Primrose and Pearl zebra midge and Copper Dun zebra midge. Further down the river, below the Pointe, one of our friends had a very good day on the Ugly zebra midge. Said he caught one in the 18-19 inch range. They did have several hits on the Big Ugly dry yesterday, but did not fish it too long because of the wind. This morning, one of our regulars who fishes the Point, had a great morning on a size 20 dark brown soft hackle. Boat out today had boated 17 fish by 10:00 on the Primrose and Pearl zebra. Muddy water in the area of the hatchery yesterday made it difficult for some of the fishermen in that area. Last week when the water was muddy, a white woolly bugger landed an 8 pound Rainbow.

STAN'S TIP: With the cooler weather and the water temperature dropping some, folks notice even more when their feet get cold while wading. When purchasing your wading boots, always try them on with your waders and the typical socks you will be wearing. Consider going 1 to even 2 sizes larger than you normally wear. You should be able to easily wiggle your toes in the toe box of the shoe. When you get into the water and wade, if the shoe is the least bit fitting, it will tighten up from the pressure of the water. Don't be vain, be warm....consider a larger size then normal.

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THOMAS HILL

Updated  03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 722.00 Clarity:  Level:

Temperature:  

  Lake Map

Crappie No Report

Bass No Report

Channel Cat No Report

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TRUMAN LAKE

Updated 12/16/05

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 706.0 Temperature: 40 

Inflow: 300 cfs Outflow: 0 cfs Level: 0.26 feet low

Lake Map     Braggin' Board

MAIN LAKE Report by Sterett Creek Marina  CLOSED

This will be the last fishing report for the season as we will be closing the marina down for the winter. We will keep the campground open thru deer season. We will reopen March 1 2006.

We would like to thank all our patrons and wish everyone good holidays and a warm winter. Look forward to seeing you in the spring. Sterett Creek Marina

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Berry Bend (Osage Arm)

Updated 3/10/06

Lake Temp:

Coming Soon Report by: Trailside General Store

The weather and the water are starting to warm up here at Berry Bend. 

Crappie are now being caught in some of the creek channels, as the water warms and the shad are becoming active in the shallow water. Nothing to report yet on Catfish

Everyone is getting ready for snagging season, which starts on Wednesday, the 15th of March. Good Luck everyone !

Thanks, Wayne

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Tebo Arm

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Temp: 

Coming Soon Report by:  TEBO Creek Bait Shop

Crappie No Report

Catfish No Report

Bass No Report

White Bass No Report

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Grand River Arm

Lake level 706.30    Water clarity great shape

Updated 03/10/06

Lake temp: 45

Grand River Arm by Bucksaw Marina 

Crappie are being caught in the mouths of the creeks. Look for water 20ft deep and fish 12ft down. the bait of choice is 1/16 oz jigs with a black/char skirt. The water is warming up so the fish are moving to the creeks. The water around Bucksaw is in great shape and several crappie being caught. we have seen several good limits come in.

Bass are being caught on jerk baits on bluff ends. The lower lake around the damn area is the best bite. With the water warming up the spinner bait bite will start soon.

Catfish are being caught on jug lines, trotlines and rod and reel. The bait of choice is cut bait. Flats and the mouth of the creeks is the place to fish. Fish in water 12ft deep and set lines at 8 to 10ft and you will catch several fish. above bucksaw is the best area. Report of several blue cats being caught on rod and reel.

White Bass No report 

We will be opening on the 24th of March, come and have supper with us.

* New Missouri regulations require that jug lines be attended at all times unless anchored.

Grand River Arm (West end)
Updated 03/15/06

West end Grand River Arm by Cozy Corner

No report 

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WAPPAPELLO

Updated 03/15/06

Lake Elevation at Normal Pool: 359.0 Temperature: 

Release Rate: 120 Level: 0.10 feet high

Lake Map

Largemouth Bass No Report

White Bass  No Report

White Bass  No Report

Crappie No Report

Bluegill No Report

Catfish No Report

Note: On the waters of Wappapello Lake & its tributaries, all Walleye & Sauger must be returned to the water unharmed immediately after being caught. Anglers are encouraged to harvest bass under 11" (daily limit 6) to reduce the numbers of small bass in Wappapello lake.

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