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  1. They are pushing the shad up to the surface in the mouth of the coves. Normal clarity for this time of the year, if you ask me?
  2. First chance to fish since spring this weekend. Had a hard time finding them Friday evening, but did nice Sat. morning. Found them in 20 foot of water and they were 10-14' deep. I just slowly moved through an area that I knew was standing trees(couldn't see them) and jigged with a 1/32 jig. It was a slow bite but productive. I would call the area that I fished a deep flat inside a cove, in the mid lake area. Nice size fish for this time of the year.
  3. Just seen this on the Pomme Corps page...………."This morning Pomme de Terre Lake is at 864.40 and slowly rising. With no additional rainfall across the basin, we are expected to crest at 864.47. Should the Pomme de Terre drainage basin receive a significant rain the lake will rise more quickly, depending upon the amount of rainfall. Pomme de Terre Lake level will not begin to recede until certain events occur: 1) The Missouri River Level drops to a level that will allow Truman lake to begin significant releases, 2) Truman Lake is able to maintain releases and lower their lake level enough to clear the Truman Lake backwater from the Pomme de Terre River at Hermitage. Current forecasts show that Pomme de Terre Lake might be able to begin increasing releases as early as June 15, however that date is only a long term forecast and will likely change with time depending upon the conditions within the Osage and Missouri basins."
  4. Yeah, I'm in the bunch that didn't catch as many, but like you, I thought they were nicer than normal. We had one 16"er this spring, just wish they could have gotten the water down for some early summer fishing, oh well. I have some ditches that need a little tending that will take care of my extra time.....
  5. 864.02 was just reached, give it a couple more days and you could be the winner.....
  6. It seems that Memorial weekend always has a little moisture in it. I have seen some folks sayin that just North of the Osage basin, someone is gonna get 7". I believe that is In the Kaw river valley? When I was just a youngen, my Grandpa had 1200 acres that took some Marais des Cygnes River.
  7. The forecast for Sat-Tuesday on the upper Osage basin is for 2-3" of heavy rain.
  8. Cal2

    Rain

    It should make for a good hatch this year.
  9. Females are off the banks a ways, hit pretty good on minnows. We did better in the evenings, but was able to catch a mess in the mornings. We had better luck catching the females with the bobbers set about 5' deep. The males are on the banks, even in the mornings.....but that was how it worked for us.
  10. You will have to access it from the East side, it will be on your right.
  11. After a few years of crappie fishing, I have found that the post spawn fishing with jigs is about as enjoyable too.....
  12. For whites,you can put your boat in on the Pomme river at McCrackin bridge, that is a gravel ramp off PP highway.
  13. Just out of curiosity, how long does it take water to reach Pomme, when it rains South of there? Thanks!
  14. Fish were 10-13' deep where I was last weekend. Yeah, 2-3 weeks out!
  15. It's located in zone 22.
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