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1998 Xpress 1650VJ with .100 gauge hull. Hull in very good to excellent condition.  Good running 25 HP low hour electric start tiller steer 1998 Evinrude,  2013 MotorGuide foot controlled bow mounted trolling motor.  LED running lights.

Five inch Humminbird fish finder with GPS, lake maps chip, and down imaging.  Built in rod locker.  Two Millenium boat seats.  Two batteries.  Anchor, cushions, bilge pump.

Good trailer with spare, UHMW bunk runners for shallow water launch.   Everything works, no issues, garage kept.
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In May of 2000 I had a rental storage unit in Monett Missouri. This unit had tools and such along with boat seats. It was broken into and the seats were stolen. The statute of limitations have long expired for the crime and I have forgiven the person that stole my items. The only items I'm interested in are the boat seats. They belong with my 1990 Champion which I still have and use regularly. There were 2 seats with the same pattern as in the pictures and mounted on the taper lock power pedestals. If you still have these seats and need to clear your conscience please contact me.  Larry Watkins.
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2010 Top Water river boat with a 20 HP Mercury engine.  20’ with a 5’ gunwale.  Comes with Cataract Oars & oarlocks plus 3 spider chairs and trailer.  Set up for fly fishing.  This boat has been kept inside and used infrequently.  Very clean and well taken care of.  $8500.00  

Call 870-656-1002.


Scott Moss
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Generation at Beaver

Email from David Pitt:

We've added a new feature that will notify you, with a text message, when water generation changes up or down...


Text  "w table" to 913-270-0360  and you  will be texted current generation when release/discharge changes. 


You can still text "g table" and "s table"  to get current and scheduled  generation. 


It supports all tailwater's on the white river system, bull, beaver, littlered, norfork,  and more...


Here's a web site with more documentation on this utility. Feel free to share. 





David Pitt
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I love going out on the lake at daybreak!

I netted the first keeper walleye at my second stop about 6:45. The location was a timberline on an outside bend channel swing. 28 feet of water.

I lost a keeper on an inside bend flat edge about  8:00.

Then I ran down lake to the Rock Creek area, but I only caught bass and three short walleye.

I made one stop on the way back to the flat edge. No joy.

Back at the flat edge I moved out to the 35 foot range. I quickly caught  an 18.5 inch fish and stayed on the spot long enough to catch a 3.5 and 4 pound fish. I was back in my slip by 11:15.

All fish came on a 1 oz. white War Eagle spoon. I had 10 pound braid on the reel tied to a small swivel. From the swivel I ran 3 to 4 feet of 10 pound Yozuri Hybrid.

Windy with water around 83.


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Don't ask me to explain why, but I went out at 5:00 PM this evening. I had hoped the crowd would be going home.

I went down lake toward Eagle Rock. My first stop was a flat edge. I found bait fish, but no strikes. I did catch some fresh mono. See the picture at the end. The person lost over 100 yards of it. Can someone explain how that happens?

My second stop was a tree stump on a outside turn bluff. I fished the deeper side at 37 feet with no bites. I fished the other side at 28 to 30 feet and caught a smallmouth. The next three fish were walleyes. When that tree would give no more, I moved about 50 feet to the next tree and picked up the last fish of my limit. The four were 23, 21, 19, and 18 inches.

All fish came on a white War Eagle 1 oz. spoon.

Water temp 83.
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Unless this morning was an anomaly, and this year it very well could be, one of my favorite times of the year has arrived.

Today I found the walleye suspended in the channel just off flat drop offs and along tree lines near channel swings. The water depth where I caught the fish ranged from 29 to 40 feet. The baits I trolled (Flicker Minnow and Reef Runner Deep Little Ripper, both in silver with black back) ran at 23 to 25 feet.

In addition to the walleye I caught around 10 bass, but none were impressive.

Overcast, nearly windless, and water temp of 85.
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Elfrink Trout Tournament this Saturday
Lake Taneycomo - we have a fishing tournament scheduled this Saturday at Lilleys' Landing.

2-person team
$50 entry per team
Big Rainbow $200 and Brown Trout $200 Cash Prize
Artificial Only Contest
8 am - 4 pm weighin
Big Feed after the tournament

Rain is forecasted for Saturday but the fish don't mind.... they're already wet!
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