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Jeremy Rasnick

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  1. Yes. That is correct. Pending decent water levels it should be a great spring and early summer. Watch the forum. More reports will start showing up in the spring.
  2. I would stay at shadow rock park or beaver creek park. And fish from k dock to the dam. Trolling is my tactic of Choice with flicker shad or crawler harness. Slow rolling a Pearl bass slider will get your bit as well. Brush piles will also be holding crappie. There are plenty to choose from.
  3. Making memories with my little fishing buddy as well. This was the end of May around long creek. We tossed out 12 floaters baited with sunfish. I like them about 10-12 feet long. I catch a lot like this.
  4. An older couple that I’m friends with wants to sell there 2004 champion 196 elite. It has a 200hp optimax, 128 hrs, and is silver and red. I’ll try to go take pics and post later. They don’t have it posted anywhere at this time. I told them I didn’t think it would last long at $20,000. Lived its life in the garage. To say it’s a cream puff would be an understatement. Shoot me a message if interested and I will get you in contact with them. Its in the Branson/Hollister area.
  5. Likely somebody from that area that cleaned there fish there after they got home and took pictures.
  6. On Tuesday virgin bluff to flat creek had a little color but nothing extreme at all. Water temp was 44.
  7. I have found a nice rod and reel on the dam. I have turned it into the hatchery visitor center. The rod has been destroyed but the reel and line are fine.
  8. Back to the floating debris.......Are you serious? Are you slamming mdc or just looking out for all of the boaters out there right now? Sounds like a rant, but I might be wrong. No matter what the conditions are, most on this forum can navigate a few, if any "from mdc" floating obstructions. Mdc brush piles are a very worth wile project. If you haven't fished them, try it!
  9. I would second buster, Tim sainato, or Tony wedaele
  10. There is a mature and an immature most of the time roosted at the corps of engineers office. They stay on the point or in the tree next to the courtesy dock area. I see them nearly everyday, not even looking for them. Good luck.
  11. I was. I had 3 keeper walleye last week. Trolling flicker shads.
  12. I'll have to try that Dan. Always looking for new tactics to try. Looking forward to trying a lindy rig and floating jig head with a minnow too.
  13. No bow in the boat. I actually did better on the #5 with a bunch of line out. Something I didn't think would work very well. Wanted to bottom bounce but the marina was closed for thanksgiving so I didn't have bait. I think drifting a lindy rig and crawler or shiner would produce right now
  14. 1.2 is my go to. I always to try to troll slower but no luck. 1.5 to 2 was better for summer
  15. Trolled cranks for a couple of hours. Ended up with 2 nice slabs (pictured 14") and two sub legal walleye. Several hookups weren't landed. Lots of fish and bait in the 16-19 range. This is the "roll off" depth right now. This is setting up well for great winter fishing. Fish can go from 25' to soak in the sun at 12' with very little effort. These attached Screen shots are what I usually see before I hook up with a white bass. Im not sure why these didn't cooperate. They may have been shad, but my experience on these type of images is 9 times out of 10 it's white bass. What do you guys think?
  16. Trolled cranks for a couple of hours. Ended up with 2 nice slabs (pictured 14") and two sub legal walleye. Several hookups weren't landed. Lots of fish and bait in the 16-19 range. This is the "roll off" depth right now. This is setting up well for great winter fishing. Fish can go from 25' to soak in the sun at 12' with very little effort. These attached Screen shots are what I usually see before I hook up with a white bass. Im not sure why these didn't cooperate. They may have been shad, but my experience on these type of images is 9 times out of 10 it's white bass. What do you guys think?
  17. Add two more perch to the list. One was 8" one was about 5 inch. One on crank. One in crawler harness. Both within 100 yards of the bridge. Caught several gills tonite and two very small walleye.
  18. Worms. I'm no expert. Only landed 4 in my last 5 or 6 trips. From what I read minnows work good as well. I'm going to try drifting a Lindy rig with a floating jig head and a small worm. I'll likely be at k dock tomorrow so if you see a camo boat flag me down.
  19. One was 9". The other smaller. Both released. A buddy caught this pig up there a few days before I went.
  20. Trolled river run to the dam last week caught some short walleye 1 keeper and two yellow perch. Perch were on bottom bouncers and walleye were on a luck e strike freak.
  21. I'd lean towards a garmin. I've had them all and love the garmin. Very user friendly.
  22. Lots of shad. A few whites. Water was cold. Did manage a nice walleye trolling below the bridge on the way back to the ramp. The Fog got really bad.
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