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  1. 9 points
    grizwilson

    Opening day 2018

    Not as tough as the Billethead.
  2. 5 points
    Johnsfolly

    Spring Creek Shiners

    Last week I was back in Missouri. Came back to bad weather, but it got better later in the week. On Thursday I left work early to take Livie down to Spring creek, a tributary of the Gasconade river south of Vienna. I have fished this creek in the past and caught some spawning shiners. We were also planning on staying into the evening/night to be armed with headlamps to target madtoms. I always set yearly goals. This year my goals are fairly modest (mainly targeting some new species and not really numbers). My main driver for the year is to help others meet some of their goals. Livie set a goal of catching 40 different species this year. Prior to this trip she had not caught more than 40 species in her whole life. Since we are going to be in Maryland after this summer, I felt that I could get Livie plenty of new species out in the briny water. With microfishing, you need to be able to see the fish respond to the bait. That means clear water and relatively calm conditions. Well the water was clear, but the winds were brutal. We started fishing a spot that I had caught my very first greenside darter. Between the wind gusts we did get to see some different minnows and began catching darters. Mostly were female orangethroat darters. Livie caught the first male orangethroat (her first of the year and her 11th species since March 1). He was a nice fish. Soon after I caught my personal best orangethroat darter (in terms of coloration and condition ). We never did find any greenside or other darters on this trip. So we focused on minnows. I caught a northern studfish and a couple of bleeding shiners. She and I kept switching off with the #26 Tanago hook rig. She and I both caught several new fish for the year including our first longear sunfish for the year. Some of her memorable catches of the day. Blackspotted topminnow A bigeye shiner (new lifer). Northern studfish Striped shiner (new lifer) It was starting to get dark and we headed north to fish a spot where Livie last caught a madtom by hand (Daryk would recognize the spot). Now it was time with a hook and line. The wind was still going to be a problem. We did not find any madtoms early on. At one time we got hit with what seemed to be thousands of mayflies(?). It wasn't until we got to a section of the creek that had some chunk rock and gravel and it was dark enough that we began to see some madtoms. I have fished for madtoms a couple of time before and they can be a real challenge. First they shy away from the light. Then they spook easily when you walk the stream. Lastly for some reason they are difficult to get a good hookset and that if you miss you won't get that fish to bite again. The good things are that they are pretty plentiful and if you can get a bait near the fish they can be aggressive. For us to be successful we needed several strikes to get one hook up. Just to prove a point Livie had three strikes and pulled two of those fish well out of the water but they were not hooked and dropped back into the water. I missed at least three myself. Then Livie broke the ice and landed her very first hook and line slender madtom ! She and I both lost another one or two. Then I finally caught my only slender madtom of the night. The worse part of the evening as that as we headed back downstream towards the car we passed a large hole around a large tree/rootwad and there were at least four or five madtoms in the hole ! Livie ended up the night with seven new species on the day and three new lifers. It was a great evening! She is close to halfway to her goal. We will keep at it.
  3. 3 points
    Johnsfolly

    More Maryland catches

    I have suggested, prodded, (other OAF members have prodded as well0, but Livie would not write this post herself. Because I anted to showcase another life list species for her, here is the last post from when she and my betterhalf were in Maryland visiting me back in March/early April. We did get a break with a little better weather and the right tide, that allowed us to try for some schoolie stripers. With the long cold weather this was a crap shoot at best. I have had success fishing blade baits, like Johnson Thinfishers, etc., in this location in the past. I put on small black/chrome Thinfisher on Livie's rod and a silver XPS Lazer blade on my line. The wind made it difficult for Livie to get her bait out far enough to reach the edge of the channel where the fish were likely to be located. I made a few casts and no bites. I made a cast across the channel near the bridge and got a solid bite. I was able to land a 13 to 14" striper, my first of the year. I handed the rod to Livie. She was having trouble getting near the spot where I got bit. So I made the cast, she reeled and jigged the bait and got bit. She was shocked at the fight at first and then made up ground on the fish. She landed a nice 15" striper, which was a new life list fish for her ! I could not have been happier. Not only did she catch the bass, but got a small bonus anemone . We fished for another 15 to 20 minutes until it started getting dark. Did not get another bite. Was thinking about MOCarp on our next trip that was planned for Easter Sunday. I crumbled cheerios and raisin bran then mixed that with water and some cut worms. I put that in a bag and we drove down to a spot that I had seen carp and maybe some suckers last year. We pulled up to the access and I tossed out the chum mixture. We went and saw a movie to let the fish get into that area before we fished it. After the movie I set up the rods with a slip sinker fish finder rig. We loaded the hooks with worms. I got the first bite, but missed the hook set. Livie got a strong bite and hooked into the first fish of the day. Unlike last year when dad did not land her fish, I got the fish netted and Livie got a picture of her and a carp. As you could tell we were well hidden ! I missed a couple more fish. Livie blamed those lost strike on the OAFers that were texting me at the time (you both know who you are). She alos hooked into a larger carp that pulled the hook near the bank. She did catch a couple of white perch and I ended up with a goose egg on the day. As I state many times on this forum, I never have a problem with my daughters, son, or my betterhalf catching more or bigger fish (except when we are fighting for the catfish trophy), because if they have a good time I get to fish more ! Can't wait to get her back out to get back on the stripers when they are really thick.
  4. 3 points
    Quillback

    April 19, Indian Creek

    Made it an early start today, Mike and I launched the boat about 0630. Probably should've had started later in the morning, it was cold, windy and cloudy to start and the fishing was slow. The bass fishing never got good, we caught about 15 bass, mostly spots, mostly 12-14" fish. I caught a meanmouth that I weighed that was just short of 3.5 lbs., but that fish was an exception The walleye bite was good however, we boated 4 keepers (and they were kept). Nothing exceptional, but three of them were in the 20-22" range. One was on a jig, the rest on a 2.8 Keitech. Slow rolling the Keitech, keeping it near the bottom. Also caught a striper that was in the 6-7 lb. range. We threw Keitechs, Neds and jigs, Keitechs out fished everything else. Water remains stained green in Indian and clear near the dam. WT52-53. This post has been promoted to an article
  5. 3 points
    Cindyjo

    crappie goods

    Wow, naysayer. Those are 2"x6"x12' boards. I know I recently replaced several rotted ones and had to order new ones from meeks. You are not going to find 2x4 boards on swimming platforms. If your really a good Sherlock look at the screw head size and caculate the board width from there. Oh, and by the way, a 6" board is only 5.5 " actual dimension. So let me help you here. Take the tail on the biggest fish. Squeeze it to get a fair length. Add 5.5+5.5+ estimated difference left on the third board. Oh, also the gap between the boards. But there is an easier way. Use a measuring device as I did and it was almost 16.5 inches. Champ always wants pictures. Always wants proof. Next you'll be asking for a certified measuring device to be laid alongside the fish. Sorry to bruise your ego. You say they look like 2x4s, you don't really know. Yet with that type of speculation, you call in the veracity of the writer! Man, get a life.
  6. 3 points
    lmt out

    1st trip

    No not a sauger. And that's not a coke. Lol
  7. 3 points
    176champion

    Just for Champ188!

    I would rather have a spot lock trolling motor or something of that nature as to have those.
  8. 2 points
  9. 2 points
    Cindyjo

    crappie goods

    yep, the crappie are on! The attached pic shows the 4 I kept and are now in the freezer. The largest is 16"+. Released another dozen. About 2 hours of fishing. Now on to catching some walleye!
  10. 2 points
    Hog Wally

    River is still up

    2' up and very dirty. I love it.
  11. 2 points
    176champion

    crappie goods

    someone say crappie...
  12. 2 points
    abkeenan

    Release boats?

    Burmese Cottonconstrictor to be exact. Genetic hybrid modification paid for by the one other member of my club. I just call him J-MO. Good guy, owns some outdoor retail stores that do okay.
  13. 2 points
    lmt out

    1st trip

    Made a quick trip to get the boat wet. Wifey caught a crappie and white bass and I caught this 20 incher. Not on Stockton. Lol I have a lot to learn about my new electronics and trolling motor but love how the boat handles and there is more than enough space in it. And love the dual axle trailer. Will give more reviews in the future.
  14. 2 points
    Gavin

    More Maryland catches

    Looks like fun. Think the American & Hickory shad are running in that part of the country about now. Good tugs, fast action if you find them. Would check that out if available.
  15. 2 points
    MOPanfisher

    Release boats?

    Now I am certain, I will never fish a tournament, I don't want to win even by accident!
  16. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    Release boats?

    The guy that wins big bass gets fisted.
  17. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    Release boats?

    I believe they stick a finger in your butt hole to see if you tense up when asked certain questions. Would you mind being tournament director next Monday?
  18. 2 points
    Flysmallie

    Release boats?

  19. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    Opening day 2018

    He's just one of "those guys". I know a handful of them. One once said "I'm gonna go bowhunt a bobcat". I was like, yeah good luck with that, dude 4 days later he had already killed 2 There are hunters....and then there are guys like Marty. I think they have a special gland that causes the smell of their farts to bring in wildlife.
  20. 2 points
    From the MDC training manual. Carp Buffalo
  21. 2 points
    Bill Babler

    Big M 4/17/2018

    Most of those guys are going to have to have the bottom of their boats reglassed as the are fishing unbelievable shallow. Their in the backs of the pockets and behind the docks looking for bedding fish and close up bush and bank runner fish It will be interesting. I don’t think you will see our local pros fishing like that. Lots of staging fish in the pole timber and deep cedars. Just right for a Stickbait, underspin and of course this is an A-Rig derby The fish are really biting. Some of the guys throwing the Rig are catching 20 to 30 keepers a day
  22. 2 points
    mixermarkb

    Just for Champ188!

    Truthfully, I think they are a cool invention, and the newer longer ones with the drift paddles seem cool, but holy crap are they too much money! I'm sure if I knew the R&D and manufacturering costs, I'd eat my words, but at half to a third of what they cost they would still be somewhere between ridiculous and a crap-ton on the cost scale...
  23. 2 points
    fishinwrench

    Release boats?

    I'll say it one more time, then I'll shut up. A few tournaments a month is cool, I'm all for it. 70-80 per month is overkill/rediculous/too much, and is moving too many fish around. If there just has to be that many, then changes should be made.
  24. 1 point
    rps

    Not What I Expected

    Not What I Expected All my life my family has had one or more dogs. Mother turned into a hardcore breeder and dog show exhibitor while I was still young. From that time until I left for college, we had five to twenty English Setters in our yard or kennel. What is more, she enlisted me as her kennel boy and helper. I learned how to trim and groom a dog. I learned how to exhibit a dog. I learned more about genetics and inheritance than what was covered in my college Biology class. I even began instructing classes in dog exhibition and acting as a ring steward during a show. In short, I was indoctrinated in dog shows and purebred dogs. When I began to feel deeply for Nancy, I arranged for her to visit my family. I do believe the setters are what made her begin to care for me as deeply. After we were married and at law school, we had Sis with us. She had been my dog since high school and was retired from the show ring. For a while we also had Cherub, an otterhound. Sis lasted until we were moved into our first house down by the Arkansas River. I came home one afternoon and found my wife sitting on the floor sobbing. Sis was in her lap. Sis had a stroke and was barely alive. I took her in for the vet to put down. That was one of my least favorite days of my life. For the next thirty years, we always had one or more of my mother’s setters. Some we loved more than others. At the end of life, I took them to the vet; except for one. I found her under the deck, dead from the heartworm she had when we got her from mother. I buried her in the back yard at night so my daughters would not see. The last setter we had was Harvey. He was young when he came to us. He was full of energy, clumsy, and somewhat overwhelming. By then our daughters were teens. After a year or so, we decided, as a family, that Harvey needed a companion. Our socially conscious daughters insisted we adopt a rescue dog. They found one at Pet Smart and convinced me to come see it. There I found them with a small puppy female doggy with a smooth black coat. She obviously had some Labrador in her, but not that much. She had terrier ears, a pointed muzzle and two odd characteristics. Her rear was taller than her shoulders, and she had a broken tail. Regardless of my reservations, my daughters insisted. I was unsettled. I was in my forties and had lived with purebred dogs all my life. We took her home. The girls named her Maya, Hindu for the supernatural power wielded by gods and demons to produce illusions. As a rescue puppy, we knew she had not been well socialized. Nancy spent hours cuddling her in her lap and teaching her not to nip. Harvey was ecstatic. We brought him a toy! That did not last long. Maya quickly learned to take shelter under beds out of Harvey’s reach Like her name, Maya grew quickly and became a force of nature. Although she never was more than a foot at the shoulders, she became the boss of the pack. When Harvey romped or scampered in the house, she stopped him. When I tried to play fetch outdoors with him, she disrupted it. As expected, both daughters left for college in the East. One later married and never came home. The other went to graduate school. Maya, their dog, became ours. Soon after that Nancy and I went to live in England. Their dog quarantine laws at that time were punitive and we decided not to subject the dogs to that torture. We left the dogs with a young man we knew through our daughters. We knew we would be back. Once during our time in England, I flew back to visit my father. While in the states, I visited the dogs. They were wildly happy to see me. Harvey romped, but Maya did not stop him. She was busy bounding up and down to unbelievable heights. I felt miserable when I left again. When we came home from England, we reclaimed the pair. By now they were mature but not senior. We moved to Arkansas to teach, and they loved living in the woods. Our first place in Arkansas was a duplex without a fenced yard. Nancy took them on long walks every day. Maya swam in creeks and rooted for mice and rabbits. When we drove around she barked madly at the cows and motorcyclists. We bought a house and they made it theirs. Even after we installed a fence, they demanded that Nancy walk them every day. I played fetch with Harvey, but she still hated romping. A few years later, Harvey suddenly sickened. It seemed that overnight his eyes went opaque and his ribs began to show. I made another trip to the vet. Maya thrived as an only child. She began to insist on playing fetch, for three throws only. Every week I rendered a chicken carcass and we served her the broth and tidbits on her kibble. She still wanted her daily walk, even after her vision dimmed and her stamina flagged. We had her quite a while after Harvey passed. One day she acted ill. Nancy took her to the vet. The vet diagnosed her as diabetic. From then on, Nancy, who hates and fears needles, gave her insulin shots. We adjusted her diet to reduce the carbohydrates and increase the protein – more chicken, less kibble. Her health deteriorated despite our care. Finally, one night, all night, I listened to her labored breathing while she lay at the foot of the bed. In the morning after talking and crying with Nancy, I drove her to the vet. For some reason, Maya had always hated vets. When I carried her into the vet’s office, she panicked. She thrashed, and her breathing became even more labored and deathly. The vet reached for seizure medicine to calm her. I told her no, and as Maya squirmed in my arms, the vet helped her leave. I came home and put her picture away. Sometimes we do things we know are right and still hate the results. Sometimes when Nancy and I shop and cannot decide what to buy for dinner, one of us will tell the other, “Maya says buy the whole chicken.”
  25. 1 point
    vonreed

    Anybody been this week?

    People who leave trash at the river need to have it chained to their neck till it rots off or till they do. These type of people have ruined lots of good access spots.
  26. 1 point
    tho1mas

    Opening day 2018

    FW - You have a real way with words to explain things.
  27. 1 point
    Riverwhy

    Cold weekend bass

    Had a good trip to Norfork over the weekend. Caught a personal best 24 inch football fat largemouth Sunday evening and a 21.5 largemouth on Monday morning. The cold windy conditions were awful for people but obviously the bass felt differently.
  28. 1 point
    JF660R

    Shell Knob

    I fished up mill creek for about 2 hrs last Saturday and caught a couple. Rock crawler and A rig.
  29. 1 point
    Gavin

    Morels??

    Elms are the classic yellow morel tree, but there aren't that many of them around anymore. I find plenty on Cottonwood, Soft Maple, Ash, and Sycamore in the bottoms. My early spot is bunch of beat up elms growing next to a large asphalt parking lot. It gets full sun all day, and warms up early. Have picked a bunch from big dead & dying cottonwoods over the years. They will grow in a 30-50' circle around the tree, so keep your eyes open.
  30. 1 point
    tjm

    Morels??

    Curiously, when I checked one of those morel sites that post maps of reportings; there was a band running from about StL to about Nevada and to a bit south of 44 that showed numerous reports from Apr3-4 on, They said ground temperature ~40-45. Said lilac blooms at same time, our lilacs don't bloom til later. I have heard or read that almost every tree in the woods is the best and only place to look for them.
  31. 1 point
    snagged in outlet 3

    Any sign of Whites?

    I've never hit it right.
  32. 1 point
    snagged in outlet 3

    Any sign of Whites?

    That's what happened to me every year I drove all over the Midwest chasing them! I will not chase whites...I will not chase whites...I will not chase whites...I will not chase whites...
  33. 1 point
    vernon

    Big M 4/17/2018

    We intentionally moved our first trip of the spring back a couple of weeks because of those guys. If you ask me (and I realize nobody did) a guy better keep his head on a swivel while operating in the main channel when they're in town. Like a bunch of test pilots all trying to win Top Gun. And heaven forbid if there's early morning fog cause that just bumps the fun meter up a couple notches. Instrument Flight Rules on water is about as "thrilling" as it gets.
  34. 1 point
    With his father's help, Zaniel Cole, 8, has done the unthinkable in Oklahoma. Not only did Zaniel snag a 100-pound paddlefish, but he also managed to snag a rare shovelnose sturgeon the very same day! Paddlefish and shovelnose sturgeon are distant cousins in the order Acipenseriformes and date to the time of the dinosaurs, which is why they are referred to as "prehistoric fishes." Although they are the most abundant sturgeon in North America, shovelnose sturgeon numbers have declined over the past century and they are rare in Oklahoma. So, catching a shovelnose sturgeon the same day as a 100-pound paddlefish is a notable thrill. Shovelnose sturgeon are not federally protected in Oklahoma, but they are listed as a Species of Special Concern in Category II. This means there is insufficient information to adequately evaluate the population status or species trend in Oklahoma. Harvest of shovelnose sturgeon is legal with a limit of one per day. However, any shovelnose sturgeon caught in the state is required to be reported to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Zaniel and his father, Adam, released the shovelnose sturgeon and reported their catch to the Wildlife Department. Their story was shared on the Wildlife Department's Facebook page and has quickly become very popular. Learn more about the shovelnose sturgeon in the upcoming May/June issue of Outdoor Oklahoma, the official Wildlife Department magazine. Anglers should take special precautions when handling paddlefish. It is best to avoid holding or grabbing the fish by its jaw or gills. Just remember to #HugAPaddlefish (Photos Courtesy of Adam Cole)
  35. 1 point
    Gavin

    Morels??

    Found one half inch high gray at my early spot in STL today. Not gonna waste any time looking for a meals worth until it gets a bit warmer.
  36. 1 point
    tjm

    This is what a 50#er looks like

    It is if you are careful to tuck your suspenders and overall bib up.
  37. 1 point
    BilletHead

    More Maryland catches

    Neat report and A like for Livie. Gosh hope no Bow fishers drove by. You should of had that special roadside camo on. That special pattern that makes you look like a no fishing sign, BilletHead
  38. 1 point
    slothman

    Release boats?

    Every other Friday there is one out of Linn Creek and on the opposite every other Friday, there is one out of PB2. I don’t know if they are listed yet, but that’s how it was last summer and I know (last I heard anyway) they are planning to go again this summer.
  39. 1 point
    fishinwrench

    Release boats?

    Once I start rolling downhill it's good to have someone closeby with a wheel chock. Thank you.
  40. 1 point
    netboy

    Caddis time on the White

    Fished Monday, Tuesday and today on the White in different areas. The caddis hatch was really on Monday and Tuesday and then only a few hatching today. Fishing was great during the hatches with elk hair caddis dries and soft hackles in the surface film doing the trick. I wasn't counting but probably had 40-50 on Monday and Tuesday, but only a handful today. I did luck out and manage one nice brown today along with 7 or 8 rainbows. Here's a picture of the hatch from Dally's blog....
  41. 1 point
    patfish

    Bass Fly Swap 2018

    Yes, because the FedEx guy delivered today and all that was in the box was more chemo pills. Blech!
  42. 1 point
    MoCarp

    This is what a 50#er looks like

    big carp like that are uncommon, but we do have pockets of great carping in our area, many waters are still untapped potential, huge carp like other fish act very different they their smaller brethren a fish 20# and up are old and common carp can live a very long time, they get savvy and are very hard to fool if you want to learn more just look up Carp Anglers Group on FB, places methods etc...and quality photography is a passion with more than a few Carpers. here is a nice apple scale mirror from dale hollow just a few days ago, think it was a low 30
  43. 1 point
    abkeenan

    Release boats?

    I have a solution to both your problems. Hate overcrowded lakes? Hate your exclusive membership rights being trampled on and club access all of a sudden becoming overrun with riffraff? I have a cove at Table Rock where membership is VERY exclusive and rarely gets fished due to the best security money can buy. PM me for more details about an Stay Out Canyon Cove membership, an Always In My Crosshairs property holding.
  44. 1 point
    Champ188

    crappie goods

    Man, those boards sure look like 2x4’s to me.
  45. 1 point
    shrapnel

    Big Bass Bash

    It will be on the deck. East winds and rain this weekend, I like my chances if the other 3,000 guys don't show up.
  46. 1 point
    Had an agent check us several years ago while my daughter and I were standing streamside during the fallout of a flood. About 40 buffalo were sloshing around heavily in a riffle and the agent says "what are those? Carp?" I said, its a bunch of Buffalo they always run up here during a flood. He looks for a few seconds and says "Buffalo? He kinda laughed and goes... No those are carp". As soon as he left my daughter says, Well did you learn anything? I said yeah I learned that the game warden in this county doesn't know what a buffalo is.
  47. 1 point
    Champ188

    Release boats?

    I'm going to offer some of my own closing thoughts, and as Mark so admirably did above, I'll try to keep reason foremost in mind. Only to satisfy the earlier request for qualifications to speak to this matter, I've participated at practically every level of this sport --- successfully. Qualified for six straight Central Pro-Am championships out of the seven years I fished them, previously qualified for multiple Mr. Bass of Arkansas championships, won a Ranger boat and trailer at the age of 26 in the 400-angler Arkansas Arthritis Foundation tournament, etc. Enough of that. To answer tjm's question above, organized bass tournaments are on the north side of 50 years old. Ray Scott held the landmark All-American Tournament on Beaver Lake in 1967. Sure, there was competition before then, but that pretty much stands as the birthdate of tournament fishing as we know it today. In the context of Table Rock Lake, I have one major beef with tournaments and that is this ... the state of Missouri, along with regional and local chambers of commerce and other pro-tourism bodies, continues to recruit national-level derby after derby to our lake. Naturally, oodles of other smaller tournaments are held, too, and we all know that fish care isn't always the best. OK, I can live with that, if I must. BUT, and this is the spearhead of my point, this lake CANNOT withstand this continuing barrage without some supplemental stocking of bass. OUR FISH are the very fuel for this fire, but the same state government who wants to crow about its glorious natural resources --- and glorious they are! --- is not willing to spend a drop in the bucket to sustain them. And unless MDC begins providing some help to these fish that we are plundering at an alarming rate, we are all going to pay a hefty price in the form of fishless days on the water. I could go on about why I chose to back off of my own tournament fishing ... rudeness on the water, the dropoff in prize money vs. the cost of participating in derbies, etc. But others have more than adequately covered that. The bottom line behind my concern and negative feelings toward derbies on Table Rock is that we darn well better start putting some fuel (fish) back in the tank or the motor is going to cough, sputter and die.
  48. 1 point
    Johnsfolly

    Opening day 2018

    Congrats buddy! Benefit from years of experience. You'll never guesss where I am..... An airport! No turkey for me until maybe the last week of the season. Living vicariously from fellow OAFers!
  49. 1 point
    BilletHead

    Opening day 2018

    Sorry to hear this David. Prayers sent your way from BilletHeadVille for good results and a speedy recovery, the BilletHeads
  50. 1 point
    Brand

    4/2-3/18 Fishing For Stripers

    I had 2 cousins drive in from Texas and wanted to fish for stripers for their first time. I had told them the weather was going to be all over the place, but they were fine with that. The fish size were nice with 9 pounds being the smallest and 12 pounds being the largest. They were just few and far in between. It was about only 1 fish every 2 hours for the entire group. We did find one school busting the topwater, but still only got 1 fish out of the group. We tried several spots from the bridges to the Fout area. We had crazy wind Tuesday afternoon as the storm front came through. Saw several big logs floating from Bennett's to Crystal Cove. They had a great time overall. It is always great to be out on the waters of Norfork.
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