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Friday, May 20, 2011

MISSOURI Weekly Fishing Report: Black Bass Season will open May 28, 2011

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MISSOURI: Weekly Fishing Report, 5/19/2011

In most streams south of the Missouri River, black bass season will open May 28, 2011, until that date all black bass in those streams must be returned to the water unharmed immediately after being caught. For details see Chapter 6 of the Wildlife Code.

PLEASE CHECK REGULATIONS CAREFULLY: Special regulations may apply to designated portions of water bodies; some baits and lures may not be legal for all portions.


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CENTRAL REGION (573) 882-8388

LAKES

Binder: 65 degrees, normal, dingy; largemouth bass good on spinnerbaits and plastic gulp baits; bluegill good on river worms and crickets; crappie fair on minnows and jigs; channel catfish fair on chicken liver and stinkbaits; all other species slow.




(Report made on 5/19/2011)

Blind Pony Lake: 65 degrees, normal, dingy; largemouth bass good; sunfish fair on nightcrawlers; all other species slow; the lake is closed to private boats, and bait held or transported in containers with water is prohibited. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Lake of the Ozarks (Bagnell Tailwater): 59 degrees, normal, dingy; black bass season closed; crappie fair on minnows and crappie jigs; catfish slow, try worms, cut shad and chicken livers; white bass fair on light colored soft plastics and Rooster Tails.

(Report made on 5/18/2011)

Lake of the Ozarks (Glaize): 67 degrees, dingy; black bass good on dark colored plastic worms and buzzbaits; crappie good using minnows and crappie jigs; catfish slow, try worms, stinkbaits and cut shad; white bass slow, try light colored soft plastic lures.
(Report made on 5/18/2011)

Lake of the Ozarks (Gravois): 67 degrees, dingy; crappie fair; black bass fair; white bass slow; catfish good.


(Report made on 5/18/2011)

Lake of the Ozarks (Niangua): 67 degrees, dingy; crappie good on minnows and jigs; white bass good on spinners;
black bass good on topwater lures; catfish good on sunfish and cut shad.

(Report made on 5/18/2011)

Lake of the Ozarks (Osage): 66 degrees, dingy; black bass good on dark colored plastic worms and buzzbaits; crappie good using minnows and crappie jigs; catfish slow, try worms, stinkbaits and cut shad; white bass slow, try light colored soft plastic lures.


(Report made on 5/18/2011)

Little Dixie: 60 degrees, normal, dingy; crappie good on minnows and jigs; largemouth bass good on spinnerbaits; bluegill good on worms and crickets; channel catfish fair on nightcrawlers and stinkbaits; all other species slow. Area closed to all activity between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

RIVERS

Lamine: falling, muddy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Missouri (Middle): rising, muddy; channel catfish fair on worms and cut bait; blue catfish fair on cut bait and live baits; all other species slow.
(Report made on 5/19/2011)

Osage (lower, at Tuscumbia): 55 degrees, normal, muddy; black bass season closed; crappie fair on minnows and crappie jigs; catfish slow, try worms, cut shad and chicken livers; white bass fair on light colored soft plastics and Rooster Tails.
(Report made on 5/18/2011)

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KANSAS CITY REGION (816) 655-6254

LAKES

James A. Reed Area: 62 degrees, clear; full pool; bluegill, largemouth bass, and redear sunfish good; channel catfish and crappie fair; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Montrose: 68 degrees, dingy; black bass good; catfish and crappie fair; fishing pressure light. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Schell-Osage (Atkinson Lake): 67 degrees, dingy; crappie good, all other species fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Schell-Osage (Schell Lake): 67 degrees, dingy; crappie good; all other species fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Truman: 64 degrees, high, dingy; crappie good using jigs; black bass good using spinnerbaits and jigs; catfish fair using cut bait or sunfish; white bass and hybrid bass fair using jigs. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Truman Tailwaters: 64 degrees, dingy; releasing 24,000 cfs; crappie good; white bass and catfish fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

RIVERS

Missouri River: All species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

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NORTHEAST REGION (660) 785-2420

LAKES

Hunnewell: 68 degrees, normal, clear; crappie good on flukes; largemouth bass good on plastic worms; bluegill fair on earthworms; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Long Branch: 66 degrees, high, dingy; crappie good on jigs in back of coves near timber; flathead catfish fair on setlines using goldfish; hybrid stripers fair on lures; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Mark Twain: 62 degrees, normal, dingy; crappie good on all types of jigs and minnows; channel catfish good on cut bait and nightcrawlers; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Sever: 65 degrees, normal, dingy; crappie fair on minnows; channel catfish fair on cut bait; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Thomas Hill: 68 degrees, high, muddy; 84 degrees at warm water fishing dock; channel catfish good on worms; hybrid stripers good on lures; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

RIVERS

Mississippi (above St. Louis): 58 degrees, high, muddy; flathead catfish and channel catfish good on trotlines; crappie fair on minnows in flooded sloughs; drum good on worms; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Salt (below Mark Twain): 62 degrees, high, muddy; carp good on worms; channel catfish fair on prepared baits; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

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NORTHWEST REGION (816) 271-3100

LAKES

Bilby Ranch Lake: 65 degrees, normal, dingy; largemouth bass good on topwater lures or crankbaits; channel catfish good; walleye, bluegill and crappie fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Mozingo: 64 degrees, normal, clear; crappie good off bank into deep brush; black bass good in shallow water; channel catfish good on cut bait; bluegill good; walleye fair on jigs and crankbaits. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Paho: 66 degrees, high, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Pony Express: 61 degrees, normal, clear; crappie good on jigs and minnows in shallows; catfish good on chicken livers; all other species fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Smithville: 65 degrees, rising, dingy; crappie good in the shallow water (2'-6') near trees and coves on minnows and/or dark jigs (black and chartreuse seem to be the best); black bass fair in shallow water on a wide variety of lures including spinnerbaits, stickbaits, and jigs; catfish slow on nightcrawlers and shad sides; white bass fair in the creek arms of the lake on jigs and Road Runners; walleye slow on jigs, worms, or rattle baits on main lake points.
(Report made on 5/19/2011)

RIVERS

Grand: 57 degrees, falling, dingy; channel catfish and blue catfish good; flathead catfish fair; all other species good. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Missouri (below Iowa line): 58 degrees, high, muddy; channel catfish and carp fair on worms; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

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OZARK REGION (417) 255-9561

LAKES

Bull Shoals (East): 68 degrees, high, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Norfork: 68 degrees, high, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

RIVERS

Big Piney (lower, Pulaski Co.): 63 degrees, falling, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Big Piney (Upper): 64 degrees, falling, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Bryant Creek: 65 degrees, high, dingy; black bass season closed; smallmouth bass and goggle-eye good on soft plastics. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Current: 61 degrees, falling, dingy; black bass season closed; smallmouth bass good on grubs. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Eleven Point: 60 degrees, high, dingy; rainbow trout good on corn; goggle-eye good on spinners. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Gasconade (middle, Pulaski Co.): 63 degrees, falling, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Gasconade (upper): 64 degrees, high, dingy; black bass season closed; smallmouth bass, goggle-eye, and sunfish fair on nightcrawlers and soft plastics; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Jacks Fork: 65 degrees, high, clear; all species fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

North Fork: 62 degrees, high, dingy; black bass season closed; smallmouth bass and goggle-eye good on soft plastics. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

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SOUTHEAST REGION (573) 290-5858

LAKES

Clearwater Lake: 72 degrees, high, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Council Bluff: 64 degrees, high, clear; largemouth bass good on dark colored soft plastics; channel catfish fair on nightcrawlers and liver; crappie fair on minnows and jigs. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Cypress Lake: 65 degrees, normal, dingy; channel catfish fair on crickets, worms, and stinkbait; bluegill fair on crickets and small jigs; crappie fair on jigs and minnows; largemouth bass fair on minnows, jigs and Rattle Traps. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Duck Creek: 69 degrees, high, clear; bluegill good on crickets and jigs; all other species slow. Area is open, but roads are rough due to flood waters washing in a few locations. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Lake Girardeau: 61 degrees, normal, clear; bluegill and redear sunfish good on crickets; channel catfish good on nightcrawlers; all other species fair. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Perry County Lake: 63 degrees, normal, clear; channel catfish good on nightcrawlers; largemouth bass fair on spinnerbaits; crappie fair on jigs; bluegill good on crickets. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Robert DeLaney Lake: high, dingy; channel catfish good on worms and stinkbaits; bluegill good on crickets, plastic worms and live baits. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Wappapello: high, muddy; channel catfish fair on upper end of lake on live bait and nightcrawlers; bluegill fair on crickets in the brush; all other species slow. Wappapello Lake is experiencing historic level flooding. Almost all of the access points around the lake are closed. Highway T just below the emergency spillway was destroyed when the water topped the spillway. Call the Wappapello Lake Recreation Hotline for updates at 573-222-8139. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

RIVERS

Black River (near Annapolis): 65 degrees, normal, clear; smallmouth bass and goggle-eye fair on minnows and artificial bait. Black bass season closed until May 28, 2011. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Castor River (above Zalma): normal, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Lower Black River (Clearwater Dam): high, muddy; channel catfish fair on worms and live bait; crappie fair on minnows and jigs; black bass fair on plastic tube jigs (prohibited from harvest until the fourth Saturday in May); all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Mississippi (below Charleston): falling, muddy; channel catfish and drum fair on worms fishing off levees; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Mississippi River (Cape Girardeau): high, muddy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

St. Francis (above Wappapello): high, dingy; all species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

St. Francis (below Wappapello): high, dingy; water levels are high; all species slow due to extreme flooding. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

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SOUTHWEST REGION (417) 895-6881

LAKES

Bull Shoals (West): 68 degrees, high, dingy; white bass good on swimming minnows and sliders below Powersite Dam; black bass good on soft plastics and jigs in 15' to 20' of water. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Lake Taneycomo: 50 degrees, high, clear; trout good on bubblegum and fluorescent orange Power Baits, Rooster Tails, and blue/chrome Rogues. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Pomme de Terre: 73 degrees, high, largemouth bass good on spinning baits and plastic baits in submerged vegetation and around points in 12' of water or less; crappie good on minnows or jigs in 3' to 8' of water along outside edges of vegetation staged 2' below a bobber or in deeper water over established fish attractors; catfish good on limb lines using hotdogs, shad, liver, crayfish or worms; all other species fair. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Stockton: 62 degrees, high, clear; black bass good on crankbaits off banks in 12' of water or Texas rigged in 8' of water; catfish good on nightcrawlers and shrimp; walleye good on jigs and nightcrawlers in 12' of water off lake points; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

Table Rock (James River arm): 70 degrees, high, dingy; black bass good on white or white/chartreuse spinnerbaits, also try gray or white grubs on a 1/22 oz. jig; Carolina rigging plastic worms is also producing bites on plum, purple, motor oil or watermelon colored baits; catfish good on pole and line using Yellow Fins, creek chubs, nightcrawlers, stinkbaits and cut bait, trotlines also working well; smallmouth bass good on white or shad colored Super Flukes or Slug-Go; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Table Rock (main lake): 70 degrees, high, dingy; black bass good on white or white/chartreuse spinnerbaits, also try gray or white grubs on a 1/22 oz. jig; Carolina rigging plastic worms is also producing bites on plum, purple, motor oil or watermelon colored baits; catfish good on pole and line using Yellow Fins, creek chubs, nightcrawlers, stinkbaits and cut bait, trotlines also working well; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

RIVERS

Big Niangua: 60 degrees, high, dingy; water levels still high; black bass slow, catch and release only until May 28, best on soft plastics; goggle-eye slow, best on soft plastics and jigs; trout slow, best on natural baits and Power Baits below Bennett Spring; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/18/2011)

James River (lower): 65 degrees, normal, clear; black bass good on nightcrawlers and plastic worms early morning and at dusk; black bass season closed; catfish good on cut bait and nightcrawlers; crappie good on chartreuse tube jigs near brush piles and on minnows; bluegill good on earthworms, jigs and crickets; goggle-eye good on spinnerbaits and minnows. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

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ST. LOUIS REGION (636) 300-1953

LAKES

Busch Memorial Conservation Area Lake 33: 62 degrees, high, dingy; bluegill fair on worms; black bass fair on spinnerbaits and crankbaits; catfish fair on stinkbaits and chicken liver; limit 4; crappie good on tube & curly tail jigs and minnows; please remove litter. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Busch Memorial Conservation Area Lakes 3, 4, 5, 7, and 23: 64 degrees, high, dingy; channel catfish good on stinkbaits and chicken liver due to recent stocking; limit 4; bluegill fair on worms; black bass fair on spinnerbaits and crankbaits; limit 4; please remove litter.

(Report made on 5/19/2011)

RIVERS

Big River: 62 degrees, normal, clear; channel catfish good on liver, shrimp and worms; catch and release only black bass fair on minnows; carp good on dough balls; bluegill fair on worms; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Bourbeuse (middle, lower, Franklin Co.): 65 degrees, falling, muddy; channel catfish fair on blood bait and cut bait; catch and release black bass slow on buzzbaits and minnows; crappie slow on minnows and jigs; bluegill slow on worms; all other species fair on natural baits. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Meramec (above Sullivan, Crawford Co.): 64 degrees, falling, dingy; catch and release black bass good on Gitzit, crankbaits and plastic worms; goggle-eye good on nightcrawlers and plastic worms; crappie fair on jigs and minnows; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Meramec (below Eureka): 63 degrees, falling, muddy; catch and release black bass fair on crankbaits; channel catfish fair on worms; crappie fair on jigs and minnows; carp good on doughbait and corn; all other species good on worms. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Missouri (below New Haven): 66 degrees, high, muddy; channel catfish good on worms and prepared bait; all other species slow. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

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TROUT PARKS

Bennett Spring State Park: 54 degrees, the spring level is near normal and still clearing; Zone 1 and 2 best lures: bead head Cracklebacks, gingersnap with 8 oz. gold head colored, pink and white colored and black and yellow colored and yellow and chartreuse colored marabou jigs, black colored with a silver spinner and white colored with a silver spinner Rooster Tails, chartreuse colored and easter egg colored glo balls; Zone 3 best lures: orange colored and orange with sparkles colored Power Baits, yellow corn and salmon eggs. Fishing hours for May are 6:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m.
(Report made on 5/19/2011)

Maramec Spring Park: 55 degrees, normal, fishing is good; the water is slowly clearing up; dough and putty baits are producing good numbers; fish free floating or underneath a float; feather jigs in black/yellow, olive, white, and pink are producing good numbers of fish; fishing hours for the month of May are 6:30 a.m to 8:15 p.m. (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Montauk State Park: 56 degrees, the river level is still slightly higher than normal. The water is almost clear. Fishing is good on all baits and flies with bright colors working the best. The best fishing is during the morning and evening hours. May fishing hours are 6:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m.


For up-to-date stream conditions check http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?07064440 (Report made on 5/19/2011)

Roaring River State Park: 57 degrees, the stream is a little off color and a little above normal; the river is very fishable; water is clearing up more every day; spoons, plastic worms and power eggs are working very well; use scented baits in zones allowed; spinners are good; Rooster Tail-type spinners in black, brown, olive and bright orange have all been good.

(Report made on 5/18/2011)


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