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Biglerma

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  • Birthday 11/22/1982

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    Topeka, KS
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  1. Glad to see that folks are willing to give back and share things with Bill, especially given all the fishing reports he's shared with us over the years. Don't let one cranky butt hurt poster in this thread ruin it for ya Bill. Everyone else on this forum appreciates everything you do. Much respect!
  2. No, we did weigh it though and it was 1 lb 15 oz. If we had caught it pre-spawn it probably would have been over 2!
  3. Not table rock.... but I don't post on any other forums and I know yall like to see good fish. Went fishing at a 65 acre farm pond here in KS this past weekend. Caught some nice fish on the ned rig. Gotta give props to everyone on this site as this is where I learned what the ned rig was! Mark
  4. We had shad spawning in our cove on Saturday morning. Bass were tearing them up, pretty cool to see.
  5. Bill thanks for the great report as always! Headed down this weekend, hoping to catch a few on top!
  6. Me and dad have been doing this trip for 28 years (I post every year on it).... This year's weather was THE WORST! The cold front Thursday and Friday was miserable with the cold wind, rain, white caps on Friday. But we still managed to catch some monster slabs. Thank goodness for electronics. I brought my boat this year which has the ulterra and a helix 9 on the front and bow. As you can see by our clothes, we were cold as hell. Saturday we caught the biggest stringer of crappie we've ever caught at Table Rock. The picture makes me sad cus it just doesn't do it justice AT ALL but every fish was 13.5 inches or bigger with most being 14-15.5 with the big momma measuring out at 16 inches. They just look so small in the pics but boy were they huge and we were proud of that stringer! Dad caught a nice bass on a light crappie pole which was fun. I also posted a pic of some slabs next to a 10 inch fish so yall could see the size comparison. Used white marabou jigs and minnows. Big fish were deep but I imagine they have moved up by now with the warm days. WT was 65 up the kings our last day fishing on Saturday. First for me on the rock - had an otter hanging out below the dock eating the fish I had cleaned. Got a cool video of it on my phone but can't figure out how to upload it here. Good luck this week to all. We had several bass bedded below our dock which is on the main lake in shell knob. Should be spawning here any time.
  7. Me and dad have been doing this trip for 28 years (I post every year on it).... This year's weather was THE WORST! The cold front Thursday and Friday was miserable with the cold wind, rain, white caps on Friday. But we still managed to catch some monster slabs. Thank goodness for electronics. I brought my boat this year which has the ulterra and a helix 9 on the front and bow. As you can see by our clothes, we were cold as hell. Saturday we caught the biggest stringer of crappie we've ever caught at Table Rock. The picture makes me sad cus it just doesn't do it justice AT ALL but every fish was 13.5 inches or bigger with most being 14-15.5 with the big momma measuring out at 16 inches. They just look so small in the pics but boy were they huge and we were proud of that stringer! Dad caught a nice bass on a light crappie pole which was fun. I also posted a pic of some slabs next to a 10 inch fish so yall could see the size comparison. Used white marabou jigs and minnows. Big fish were deep but I imagine they have moved up by now with the warm days. WT was 65 up the kings our last day fishing on Saturday. First for me on the rock - had an otter hanging out below the dock eating the fish I had cleaned. Got a cool video of it on my phone but can't figure out how to upload it here. Good luck this week to all. We had several bass bedded below our dock which is on the main lake in shell knob. Should be spawning here any time. This post has been promoted to an article
  8. Had 3 LM on beds under our dock, which we are on main lake past shell knob bridge there. One was a nice fish about 3 lbs I would say.
  9. Wow I had no idea, thanks for letting me know. Sure hope his wife gets through it all alright.
  10. Anyone know if Dave still makes these? Or how to get some? I tried to PM him but I think his inbox was full. Was needing to get some more as I ran out of my last one. Looked online for some similar jig heads but I still like his the best. Any help would be appreciated! Mark
  11. A good friend of mine was looking at taking a family vacation to the lake and was asking if I knew of any good guides in the area. I normally fish Table rock and know several good guides there but was hoping some of the folks on this forum could help point my friend in the right direction. Which striper guide would you recommend? Are there any guides for walleye or bass on the lake? Thanks, Mark
  12. What a week... Day 1 started out first cast with my fav reel not working (worked fine the other day!) Day 2 the bow fish finder stopped working. Day 3 the trolling motor broke and my cranking battery went dead (even though I have solar panels which come to find out were installed on the wrong dang battery). Thank goodness the trolling motor busted at 3 pm on Day 3. We had 21 crappie in the live well with 7 over 14 inches. Fished Thurs/Fri/Sat for crappie up the kings... this has been an annual deal with my dad since I was probably 7 or 8 years old (nearly 30 years now). Fishing was good with all of the larger females still out deep in 7-8 ft down on timber in 20-30 ft of water. Males were moving shallow with a few here few there kinda thing. Limited out day 1. Few short of a limit on day 2, same deal on day 3. Caught 6 crappie that weighed 2 lbs over the 3 day trip with several others in the 1.5-1.9 range. Was tough to get one much over 2lbs. I did lose one that I think might have gone 2 1/2 maybe 2 3/4. Love those huge Table Rock Slabs! I chose to spend most of the time finding and fishing the deep trees vs throwing the bank like everyone else as the shallow bite wasn't really on yet. With the water level being 915 a lot of my fav trees are under water and were tough to find. Day 2 when my bow fish finder went out it made life much more difficult. The other one worked and had my way points so I could still get in the vicinity of my trees, just took more casts/etc to find em. Water temps 64-66.5 last 2 days. My guess is this weekend the shallow bite will be on fire. Now I get to take the boat in to have it worked on.... BOAT = Bust Out Another Thousand. Mark
  13. What a week... Day 1 started out first cast with my fav reel not working (worked fine the other day!) Day 2 the bow fish finder stopped working. Day 3 the trolling motor broke and my cranking battery went dead (even though I have solar panels which come to find out were installed on the wrong dang battery). Thank goodness the trolling motor busted at 3 pm on Day 3. We had 21 crappie in the live well with 7 over 14 inches. Fished Thurs/Fri/Sat for crappie up the kings... this has been an annual deal with my dad since I was probably 7 or 8 years old (nearly 30 years now). Fishing was good with all of the larger females still out deep in 7-8 ft down on timber in 20-30 ft of water. Males were moving shallow with a few here few there kinda thing. Limited out day 1. Few short of a limit on day 2, same deal on day 3. Caught 6 crappie that weighed 2 lbs over the 3 day trip with several others in the 1.5-1.9 range. Was tough to get one much over 2lbs. I did lose one that I think might have gone 2 1/2 maybe 2 3/4. Love those huge Table Rock Slabs! I chose to spend most of the time finding and fishing the deep trees vs throwing the bank like everyone else as the shallow bite wasn't really on yet. With the water level being 915 a lot of my fav trees are under water and were tough to find. Day 2 when my bow fish finder went out it made life much more difficult. The other one worked and had my way points so I could still get in the vicinity of my trees, just took more casts/etc to find em. Water temps 64-66.5 last 2 days. My guess is this weekend the shallow bite will be on fire. Now I get to take the boat in to have it worked on.... BOAT = Bust Out Another Thousand. Mark This post has been promoted to an article
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