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  1. G3Boater

    Finding Road Beds

    You can find them with low quality electronics. If you have sonar or preferable down imaging, just look for a rise in the bottom, goes flat for split second, then drops back down.. that's a road bed.. also there will be signs on the bank where there is a clearing in the trees. Another good way to find road beds are going on the satellite google maps, and you can see where roads just end, and the lake starts, then the road continues on the other side.
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    latest on stockton

    check bass tournament stats, this spring there was a five bass limit over 30 pounds. Stockton is great for bass.
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    latest on stockton

    Why keep a bass.. I assume they don't taste great.
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    Frogs, yes or no on the rivers?

    If you aren't using topwater frogs you are missing out. Combo that with a weedless belly weighted swimbait for the fish that miss the frog... you are golden!
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    Power pro braid Yellow slick cheaper

    braid to flouro leader on spin cast is definitely the way to go. There is seriously no negatives to running this line.
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    Graph Question

    Fish laying on the bottom are generally the fish that are easier to catch (largemouth and smallmouth), I find it hard to see these fish on the graph when they are on the bottom, but it is more about seeing the structure on the graph. You aren't going to catch those fish that are suspended in 50ft water easily. The best way is to adjust sensitivity to get a clearer picture as soon as you put the boat in the water. Once you have a good picture, look for offshore humps, extended points etc, with boulders especially. The fish setup on these things will be the easiest to catch.
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    Any advice appreciated

    I'm fishing the same tournament on the 17th. I'm going to be looking for clear water, and rock.
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    Stockton jerkbaits favorites

    I love purple on jerkbaits for some reason. Purple Passion is a phenomenal color from megabass (it only comes in the slow floating jerkbait). I have found that shad patterns don't work that great for me for some reason. I also like colors that have a subtle orange on the belly.
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    Tips on Truman

    thanks a ton!
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    Tips on Truman

    Any "year around" tips for bass fishing on Truman? any info is much appreciated!
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    Late Winter Truman Bass (March)

    Where is the cleanest water on the lake? Dam or just protected areas out of the wind?
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    Late Winter Truman Bass (March)

    Planning a trip to truman to catch some winter bass... is it as tough as people say?.. compared to the other Ozark lakes.
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    Largemouth/Smallmouth Fishing (Stockton)

    I don't have to much experience fishing offshore, so I guess I'll try flipping some of that newly flooded timber like you said.
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    Largemouth/Smallmouth Fishing (Stockton)

    (Smallmouth, Largemouth, and Spot)
  15. Planning a trip out to stockton in a few days.... What regions of the lake usually hold the most bass? Especially with this rising water I was curious if that had the bass turned off...
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