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FishermanTodd

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    Camdenton, Mo
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  1. FishermanTodd

    Lake Niangua

    I imagine the hunting is excellent by the time the sun had come up on Tuesday morning we had seen probably 15 deer
  2. FishermanTodd

    Lake Niangua

    I try to avoid that bridge at all times, gravel bars all around it are like beaches to the methheads. Use to be real bad down there. Camden County Sherrifs keep a close eye on it now and have gotten that place cleaned up. Still I wouldn’t be around there on a Friday night or Saturday. Some of those folk around there are backwards.
  3. FishermanTodd

    Lake Niangua

    Lower Niangua fishing is underated in my opinion. I may be biased because I learned to fish on this stretch but the few smallmouth that are below the dam are BRUTES! But I do love that most people stay up upper Niangua. Fishing pressure is very low on the lower. I highly recommend anyone reading this to take a fall float on the lower. I’d bring a scale too. Do be advised that some landowners are to not use to human interaction.
  4. FishermanTodd

    Lake Niangua

    Riffles below the spillway is excellent at certain times of the year!! If you can figure out the times it’s hot we are talking a fish every few casts while standing in one spot on the bank!! Whites, smallmouth, largemouth, walleye, Crappie, catfish. I’d also say it’s probably the most snake dense area in Camden County. Lol
  5. FishermanTodd

    Lake Niangua

    Use to be real secretive about lake Niangua but I think today was my last day fishing it. Have watched the fishing in decline every year. Pretty much completely filled in with silt. Not worth the work of getting a boat in there just to catch a few fish that all look deformed. May give it one more chance during a month that I still have a little bit of confidence in it for. You guys probably already know. Anyways just thought I’d speak my mind on it and wondered if anyone else felt the same way about it.
  6. FishermanTodd

    White?

  7. FishermanTodd

    White?

    Interesting to here.. when the rain stops and the river goes down I’m gonna try my white tubes. Tonight I’m gonna troll with cranks on loz
  8. FishermanTodd

    White?

    So who all uses or has used solid white soft plastics on the Niangua? Talking to a guy who said they work really well in July-August? Wish it wasn’t pouring today or I’d go try them out
  9. FishermanTodd

    Mountain Creek to Lead Mine

    Also wondering this, did you use mountain creek to shuttle?
  10. FishermanTodd

    Taking my native kayak in the ocean?

    Thank you! Here’s to the 18 hour trip that starts at 4am tomorrow
  11. FishermanTodd

    Taking my native kayak in the ocean?

    That’s what I was thinking, gonna spray everything down with a hose as soon as we get back to where I’m staying. Any suggestions on keeping the metal rails and bolts safe?
  12. Just a question, how much damage if any would the saltwater have on my kayak and the metal bolts on it?
  13. FishermanTodd

    Smallie Talk

    So I was in Springfield tonight to do some shopping for dorm stuff and picked up some bubblegum trick worms. Hopefully taking out a buddy on the river tomorrow evening after floaters are out. He’s never caught a smallie before so hoping to get him hooked. Side note* he doesn’t have a kayak so I’m gonna put him in mine. 2 guys one kayak. I’m sure we will get some looks 🤣
  14. FishermanTodd

    Smallie Talk

    🤣 gonna have to add this to the list of good quotes also Lol
  15. FishermanTodd

    Smallie Talk

    I don’t keep any bass I catch but as long as regulations are followed I’m not gonna hold a grudge for you keeping legal fish. With that being said I hope you don’t fish the same hole as me 😂😂😂
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