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Old 04-21-2017, 03:01 PM   #1
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Headed to big dicks halfway inn. Anyone know the water temp? Spawn on?


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Old 04-21-2017, 03:17 PM   #2
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Headed to big dicks halfway inn. Anyone know the water temp? Spawn on?
They're running the shitt outta water from truman through LOZ. Be lots of current, will probably pull fish off the banks (if they were there)

Water temp up there is probably 65+


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Tuesday night water was 65-70 up the Niangua arm. Males were coming in to the bank late evening. This weekend may be tough with the weather and water. I would try the banks and if that doesn't work look for suspended fish under docks. Current can help on the suspended fish.
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Old 04-21-2017, 04:25 PM   #4
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Plus you also have to deal with the 2000 other bass boats running around the lake fishing for that one big bite that will net them $70,000.
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Plus you also have to deal with the 2000 other bass boats running around the lake fishing for that one big bite that will net them $70,000.
I forgot about that, what a mess. I think I'll wait until Sunday PM to go down.
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Purvis area is good fishing right now. Indian Creek, Coffman area is dang slow and way too clear.
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Old 04-21-2017, 04:57 PM   #7
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and way too clear.
First time I've ever heard anyone say LOZ was "clear".
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First time I've ever heard anyone say LOZ was "clear".
I bet we can see 5 feet down. The floaters come later.
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First time I've ever heard anyone say LOZ was "clear".

Really? LOZ is typically pretty clear, right now down towards the dam is dam clear. You can see the crossbars under boat wells 5-6 feet down.
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Really? LOZ is typically pretty clear, right now down towards the dam is dam clear. You can see the crossbars under boat wells 5-6 feet down.
We're going give LOZ a try this year, our fav is Lake Norkfork with 20-30' visibility and a sandy beach. 5 feet looks dirty to me
On the flip side, we run the Mississippi as well, so I guess I'm a hypocrite


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