Ozark's Lakes

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  2. Lower Taneycomo

    "Well kept secret" as it is called. Good warmwater and coldwater fishing here including some nice black bass and big brown trout. What a combination!

    Area: Highway 65 to Powersite

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  4. Upper Bull Shoals

    It's known for it's walleye... big walleye, and spring white bass runs. And don't forget about the crappie!! Discussions includes Beaver & Swan Creeks.

    Area: Powersite Dam to Tucker Hollow

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  8. Greer's Ferry Lake

    Sometimes overshadowed by the incredible tailwater trout fishing below the lake, this beautiful lake in north-central AR has all the common sport fish of the region, plus Walleye and Hybrid Stripers, for which the lake currently holds World Record status.

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  9. Pomme De Terre Lake

    Probably the smallest Corps of Engineers lake in the Ozarks, this 7,800 acre beauty hosts all the basic fishing species plus the bonus of a well-established population of Muskies.

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  11. Truman Lake

    This is a fish-catchin' lake if there ever was one... catch crappie year round. Bring extra props though if you're fishing the lake--lots and lots of trees.

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  12. Lake of the Ozarks

    The home of the ozarkian cigar boat... but still a great fishery. Fantastic bass and crappie lake. Hit those docks for some big slabs!

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  13. Mark Twain Lake

    Nestled in the Salt River Hills of north-central Missouri, Mark Twain State Park gives visitors access to sprawling Mark Twain Lake, as well as unparalleled outdoors activities.

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  14. Grand Lake

    Northeast Oklahome
    this is one fertile lake!! Crappie, white and black bass, hybrids and oh the catfish!!

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  15. Strip Pits (S.E. Kansas)

    Man made pits built years ago when coal and other minerals were mined in S.E. Kansas.  Many of these pits were left, filled with water and stocked with fish.  There are public areas, clubs and private land with pits.

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  16. Fellows Lake, Springfield Lake, McDaniels Lake

    The lakes that surround Springfield

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  17. Other Ozark Lakes

    For those who frequent lakes in and out of the Ozarks not listed on OAF, this is the place to share fishing reports and information about the lakes you fish the most.

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