Had a fun day on the water where the fish had moved around where it took me a bit to find the clear water. Found the clear water, caught a few small ones then I set the hook into what felt like an alligator. A real ozark pig ate my jig 6.9 oz Largemouth and the best part was it was on video! I'll have it up here as soon as I can for you to view.
A few more good trips lately to tell you about. First trip was crappie fishing up the glaize arm where we found them moving shallow with all the warm weather we were receiveing. 60 degree days in february. It was nice. Next me and Bassing Bob fished a Angler's Choice tournament on saturday since I had been on a roll lately cashing a check most tournements. We started off in the Niangua arm around the 54 bridge. A few hours goes by with only 3 small keeper bass in the livewel
Ok that might be a little bit of an exaggreation but it has been awfully good for me. With all the dirty water throughout most of the lake the little spots that are clear are loaded with fish. Since I fish full time I have been able to spend the time and man hours to locate the clear water. Plus we have had a mild winter with periodic warming trends that have made it easier to spend a lot of time on the water. Ice on the lake has been limited to thin skim ice lasting just a f