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About Ellros

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    DD peninsula, Table Rock lake (and Omaha, NE)

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  1. Table Rock Buoy Removal and Massive Boat Wakes

    Big add in this week's Stone County Gazette from some organization (EDIT... Save TableRock.com) . But their add appears to put the entire blame on the Corps for the SMP Interestingly.... one of the points they mention, was the SMP will prohibit storing fishing tackle on Docks or in Dock boxes.
  2. An Outing on the Insane Upper End

    RPS has posted this excellent link in the past , which has helped me Greatly.... http://www.ozarkanglers.com/table-rock/trolling-for-walleye/ And this recent thread has some good tips too...
  3. Not a Table Rock report

    I'll be moving back to Omaha next month. Fishing the Eastern NE lakes is a big difference from Table Rock. On the good side, no more having to deal with wake boats and tubers. On the bad side... idiots at the boat ramp instead... I always figured the Ned would be a killer in those lakes. Very surprised noone ever mentions using it there. And I just saw a video on Facebook about the new lake being built in NW Omaha (Papio #15). Nice vid of the structure they are putting in.
  4. Walleye galore

    Any tips on keeps the cranks down that deep? Are you just using a long length of line out? Really deep divers? Additional weight? I have some trouble keeping my cranks down that deep.
  5. Walleye galore

    The White River arm is the arm that leads up to Beaver Lake. Shell Knob is just north of where the White and Kings meet.
  6. Table Rock Buoy Removal and Massive Boat Wakes

    $20,000 and up just for a boat slip isn't pocket change. That's one reason so many are empty. And I thought most buoys were installed (following Corp rules) and maintained, by dock owners.
  7. Table Rock Buoy Removal and Massive Boat Wakes

    They need to teach "Wake management and respect" or have a section to sign off on when people go to get their boat certification. It's required for boat operators born after 1985, correct?
  8. Crickets in Kimberling City?

    Unfortunately, the Branson West Walmart only carries crawlers and red worms.
  9. Crickets in Kimberling City?

    There is a baitshop? down OO, near King's Cove resort that sells them.
  10. Dam area 7/17

    Ain't that the truth.
  11. Saturday Morning on the Upper End

    I've caught several walleye in the past several weeks across from Indian Point Marina. Trolling cranks in 15 to 20 feet of water, with the cranks usually running 12 to 15 feet deep. And this is in the area of 10amish or so, give or take. So they have been a bit shallower than I had expected for this time of year.
  12. COE Private Boat Dock regulation change

    Hmm... cloudy day... raining... Well darn, no power for the boat lift....
  13. Sat 6/24

    I live across from Indian Point Marina, and went down to the dock (around 7pmish) for a short bit last night to prep my boat for a Monday morning outing. The waves coming into the cove were the biggest I have seen in a long time. Usually the dock is pretty stable, even with bigger waves, but it was really rocking up and down last night.
  14. Sat 6/24

    Not "quite" as many idiots out on Monday-Thurs, so that's a better time to get out... except for next week. I won't go out on the weekends until after Labor Day. Way too may crazies out there.

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