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About Steve McBasser

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  • Birthday 01/05/1956

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    Springfield, Mo
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    Started fishing Table Rock Lake 55 years ago. I love it more now than I did then.

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  1. Steve McBasser

    Cape Fair 5/26

    nice fish cheese man. thanks for sharing.....
  2. We also caught a nice walleye and some green sun fish.....no cats this time. Had a ball....The bass were kinda crazy. We caught some of them on a ned rig, some on a grub, on a crank bait, a wacky worm and a jerk bait. The pattern was......they were bitin'. Some as deep as 14', some on top as soon as the bait hit the water. My best bite was slow "stitching" a hula grub but I also caught some really ripping a jerk bait. I liked all of it and apparently, they did too.
  3. Steve McBasser

    Shell Knob - 5/25-5/28

    Welcome Steve.....The Shell Knob area is awesome for sure. I have been fishing there regularly since '74. Mr. Babler is right, top water is amazing this time of year. Go early......
  4. Fished Stockton twice within a week.....everything is biting.
  5. We did our annual men's camp out on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of last week. When we got to Campbell Point Thursday it was dreary and about 49*. When we headed home on Saturday evening it was sunny and around 80*. Missouri, you gotta love it. The fishing was tough but we managed to catch enough for a big fish fry on Friday night. On Saturday the fishing picked up as the water warmed. We had a blast for sure. Water temp on Thursday was around 58*, by Saturday afternoon we were finding 62-63*. I'm sure it has busted wide open by now. Watch out for the green algae......Our class does this twice a year. In the spring we go to Table Rock and in the fall we stay at Mutton Creek up at Stockton. We have a traveling "Big Fish" trophy that changes hands every trip. Its sitting on my mantle right now. Big fun!
  6. We did our annual men's camp out on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of last week. When we got to Campbell Point Thursday it was dreary and about 49*. When we headed home on Saturday evening it was sunny and around 80*. Missouri, you gotta love it. The fishing was tough but we managed to catch enough for a big fish fry on Friday night. On Saturday the fishing picked up as the water warmed. We had a blast for sure. Water temp on Thursday was around 58*, by Saturday afternoon we were finding 62-63*. I'm sure it has busted wide open by now. Watch out for the green algae......Our class does this twice a year. In the spring we go to Table Rock and in the fall we stay at Mutton Creek up at Stockton. We have a traveling "Big Fish" trophy that changes hands every trip. Its sitting on my mantle right now. Big fun! This post has been promoted to an article
  7. Steve McBasser

    3 hr tour

    Must be a really BIG boat.....
  8. Steve McBasser

    As good as it gets

    And of course we have our annual trip to Table Rock planned this weekend......Maybe we can get something started down there too. Been pretty tough.
  9. Steve McBasser

    A little fishing video...

    Well done again, Mr. Bill.....
  10. Steve McBasser

    Shell Knob area.....

    Hit the water yesterday at noon. Water temp at the ramp was 50.7. The water was stained but not muddy. Visibility 4-5 feet. We fished for about 3 hours with no luck. Couldn't find any water over 51.2*. Finally stumbled onto a pocket that was 55* and started catching some fat female brownies and spots. It was a glorious day to be on the water.....
  11. Steve McBasser

    Shell Knob area.....

    Hit the water yesterday at noon. Water temp at the ramp was 50.7. The water was stained but not muddy. Visibility 4-5 feet. We fished for about 3 hours with no luck. Couldn't find any water over 51.2*. Finally stumbled onto a pocket that was 55* and started catching some fat female brownies and spots. It was a glorious day to be on the water..... This post has been promoted to an article
  12. Steve McBasser

    Good Friday Bass

    well done......that is the best way in the world to learn a new technique....way to go.
  13. Steve McBasser

    Big Girls

    Well done....
  14. Bill and I intended to catch the whites but could not get them to cooperate. We gave that up and went bass fishin'.....smooth move.
  15. Steve McBasser

    St. Patricks report

    nice....
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