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  1. Hello all, My wife and i went to Fellows lake on Friday and fished from 10-6. We started out crappie fishing with minnows in brush on the south arm. Upon not catching crappie we changed our bait to Berkley Gulp nightcrawlers and began catching bluegill. I then caught a 15 in. walleye on a minnow. We caught several bluegill before moving on. We trolled the bank of the large cove on the south side of the lake near the buoy line and caught a 2 lb channel cat on a Bass Pro lazer blade. The rest of the day was spent fishing for bluegill on brushpiles located throughout the lake. To summarize, the bluegill were biting on brush that had wind blowing across it, but the bite was slow for the most part and size was near 7 in. I got lucky catching a walleye on a fake nightcrawler while crappie fishing. The marina owners said the bass were biting good shallow so maybe we should have focused our efforts on bass. The day was beautiful and i can't wait to try it again.
  2. Thanks for the acknowledgement and let e say that providing a service such as this to anglers has been a great pleasure of mine. I will keep your number handy and pass on the many thanks. I enjoy reading your posts. Take care.
  3. Hello all, I fished yesterday (Friday) around the Mutton Creek access. I launched the boat around 7:30 and sought shade on the east side of the lake hoping to find a topwater bite for largemouth bass (LMB). I threw a spook on secondary points and caught 2 small fish and had one nice fish, probably 13-14 inches, come out of the water twice to hit the lure but i never hooked up. I then started throwing a bandit 100 crankbait on a secondary point and caught a nice 14 in. LMB. I went farther in the cove and picked up another 14 bass on a secondary point. I proceeded to hit up two more secondary points in the cove and catch bass off each point. I used a silver minnow sparkle colored bandit that goes down about 3-4 ft. I hopped across the lake mid morning and began trolling for walleye using a bass pro lazer blade on one rod and a lindy rig with a night crawler on the other. I picked up one small walleye in the south side a B7 point, trolled to the north side of B7 along the flat and picked up another small walleye on a lindy rig. I ended up catching 5 walleye total going back and forth, all small fish. I trolled in 8-15 ft with most fish coming in less than 15. I also caught a nice 4-5 lb channel cat on a crankbait trolling. After consistently catching bluegill on the lindy rig i gave in a fished for bluegill two hours, catching several good eaters. To recap, I caught several bass on a fairly shallow diving crankbait on secondary points, walleye and bluegill on night crawlers trolling in 8-15 ft, and one nice channel cat. I thought it was a good day and i missed the late afternoon bite having to be off the water by 3. Take care.
  4. Hello, The website below will get you to the new website. I think the new mdc website doesn't have the updated fish attractor page for some reason. Also, Stockton Lake has contours when you zoom in on it, but not all lakes do, so that is pretty cool. I work for mdc and so if you have any suggestions on the fish attractor page let me know and i will contact the right person. Thanks for your interests and i hope you catch fish from these piles. http://newmdcgis.mdc.mo.gov/statewidefishattractors
  5. I am considering fishing stockton this Friday. Would you recommend or not recommend trying the lake out for walleye? I fished Labor Day around Mutton Creek and caught 4 walleye (1 keeper) and a bunch of largemouths trolling a bass pro lazer blade. We fished in the afternoon/evening when the wind died down a little. Are the walleye active all day or just low light conditions? Is live bait the best bet or would i have equal success with cranks? Thanks for the input. I will be coming from Springfield so the east and south sections of the lake would be best for me if you know of any spots.
  6. I am considering fishing stockton this Friday. Would you recommend or not recommend trying the lake out for walleye? I fished Labor Day and caught 4 walleye (1 keeper) and a bunch of largemouths trolling a bass pro lazer blade. We fished in the afternoon/evening when the wind died down a little. Are the walleye active all day or just low light conditions? Is live bait the best bet or would i have equal success with cranks? Thanks for the input. I will be coming from Springfield so the east and south sections of the lake would be best for me if you know of any spots.
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