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  1. Lakeside Cottage on Norfork Lake at Tecumseh MO Ready to move in for the white bass and walleye spring runs. Norfork Lake Cabin near junction of North Fork River and Bryant Creek in Tecumseh Missouri at the Highway 160 Bridge. Just a few hundred feet from the lake. A perfect secluded ready-to-occupy cottage with everything you need. Includes kitchen with refrigerator, electric stove/oven, storage cabinets, double stainless steel sink, table and chairs. Bedroom has a queen/full bunk bed (sleeps 3), sofa bed (sleeps 1), shower, toilet and sink. Well and septic tank. All floors are easy to clean ceramic tile. Has window AC, and propane wall heater. Enjoy outside picnics on the patio with table and umbrella and cozy up to the fire in the metal fire pit. Rock BBQ cooking structure if you like cooking outside. Take a canoe or tube up the Bryant or North Fork and float back down to your cabin, how easy is that? Located at the heart of the walleye and white bass spring fishing runs you will be walking a few feet to the water when the "bite is on". This very clean, 600 sq. ft. home is solid construction with a good roof and guttering. Sits on a 0.36 acre lot. This property is bordered by US Army Corp land, sits above the Norfork Lake dam height thus was untouched by the spring 2017 floods. Located 2 ½ miles from Dawt Mill and 9 miles from Cloud 9 Ranch. Don't pass up this rare opportunity to have your own place on the water. Only $50K Message me with questions please.
  2. See more at Seize The Moment Outdoors on YouTube... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5-RabQB_0LzQWTn5_V-xlw
  3. I was at the Gainesville meeting last year and this is what I heard and read from the Game and Fish and Conservation: 1. Both Commissions are interested in maintaining the quality of other fish like largemouth and walleye. 2. Stripers feed mainly on shad and their data shows there are lots of shad in Bull Shoals. Besides, is a largemouth able to eat a 10"+ shad? Stripers can. 3. Both departments are suppose to manage waters for a variety of anglers. 4. Stripers cannot reproduce in Bull Shoals because of the habitat so the population level will be controlled by stocking. 5. They only want to stock very few striper in Bull Shoals. Nothing like the numbers in other striper lakes. Numbers stocked in other lakes are ; Norfork Lake 28 times more, Beaver Lake 28 times more, Ouachita 4 to 16 times more, Lake Ozark 12 times more. These are the facts. BRING ON THE STRIPERS!!!!!! I can't wait.
  4. I guess you could have your Conservation ID Number tattooed on your arm. That way an agent could look up all your valid pemits.
  5. From what I hear it will require a 3 minute soak in the salt solution. Even if anglers choose not to use the wash stations, perhaps the educational value they take home will help stem the spread of "rock snot". Great idea by MDC.
  6. Gavin, better check your source of information. Unless something happened in the past two weeks, the lunker structures put in by MDC did NOT wash out. They looked like they were functioning fine to me. Did you see something I did not?
  7. I agree, float stocking is the way to go. I do know that all of the stocked "Ribbon" areas of the Current, Eleven Point, North Fork, and Ltl. Piney are float stocked. There are probably others.
  8. Can anyone recommend a flyfishing guide near Sarasota Florida. Will be there early August and would like to try some saltwater flyfishing. Thanks.
  9. I would add a wool-head sculpin. Absorbes more water than a deer hair sculpin so it will get down faster
  10. Al, I totally agree with you, the Current River is a beautiful piece of water. I have been on every mile of it from Montauk to Doniphan for the past 20 years and love it!!!! Can be a bit crowded in the summer, particulary on the weekends. Just have to pick and choose my days to fish. Wow! I think of a 16" smallmouth as "very big". Considering a smalley this size is about 10 years old, that's a monarch of the Ozarks. I know they can get bigger but age is against them.
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