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  1. This is the site that I use. https://www.swl-wc.usace.army.mil/pages/data/tabular/htm/tabrock.htm
  2. I'll say it. Come on down. Keep it in the family. Practice social distancing. (That's what the experts say to do.) Help a family stay in business so they can feed their kids. Be an American. Catch some fish if you're lucky.
  3. We landed 4 paddle fish at the pothole during the high water of 2017 on jigging spoons.
  4. Thanks I've wondered what the float and fly was all about. Would that cork and a bobber stop work?
  5. Thanks Paco. It's down about 4' from last time I was there.
  6. You can launch at Shadow Rock right now. Beaver is pretty tough to launch at, it's doable with 2 people off the road. If your launching by yourself at 664' at Beaver bring waders.
  7. I kept one of the perch that I caught on BS a couple weeks ago and put it in our 50 gal fish tank. I happened to be walking by as it was spawning. Pretty cool stuff.
  8. I wondered how you verified that people weren't cheating for that tournament. I missed the part about the lie detector. Makes sense to me.
  9. http://Watch "New Missouri state record yellow perch" on YouTube https://youtu.be/dbEpL2Bz4SY We were fortunate enough to be nearby when Steve Mullen caught the new state record yellow perch. Steve asked if anybody had a scale. I told him that I do, bring it over and we'll weigh it. Steve just wanted a weight and a picture so he could release it. It weighed 2lb 2oz on my scale! What a fish! She was so full of eggs she looked like she was gonna pop. Steve and my buddy Bryan tried to revive the fish for release but it was unsuccessful. Steve was pretty bummed. He really
  10. The yellow perch state record was just recently broken. 1lb 14oz is the new state record. That's a monster perch!
  11. I got to take 2 of my sons with me today. We had a ball. It took about 45 min to find the fish but once we found them it was on. The schools were constantly moving around so trying to stay on top of them was a bit of a challenge. You had to be moving through them in order to get bit. They weren't keen on just jigging while sitting still. Live scope would sure be nice to be able to see which direction they moving. We all got a limit. Drop shotting minnows in 35 fow. One of my boys got a 14 ½" crappie and the other landed a 12 ¼" perch. I'm gonna send in for a Master Angler certif
  12. Brine 8 crappie fillets in 1C water 1tbs brown sugar and 1 tbs salt for about an hour. Rinse and drain the fish, dry on a rack overnight in the fridge if you have the time. (If you just wanna get on with it smoke it when you can) Smoke at 175° for about 2 hours or until the thickest part of the fish is 150°. Throw the fish, 2 blocks of cream cheese, black pepper to taste, juice from 1/2 a lemon, and a cup of ranch dressing in the food processor and blend till it's creamy. Adjust the ingredients to your liking. Green onions would be good in it. Serve with Ritz crackers or the cracker or ch
  13. I kept 4 of them to make smoked fish dip and gave the rest of them to a friend. The fish dip was tasty.
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