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I was just doing a quick search for a non-resident fishing license for MO.

I see a license is $42. Then there's a "Daily Permit" required on top of that?

What exactly does a non-resident need to fish in MO??????

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I think the daily permit you are seeing is in the trout parks. If you fish the lake or streams all you need is the 42.00 dollar licence. Slider

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yup daily permit is for fishing the trout parks. even we have to pay that one. you can get the year for 42, or you buy single day tags

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Interesting, seems like they have done away with 3 day and 2 week permits. The daily tag you see is a hunting permit only. I thought they had a daily fishing permit also. Looks like now your only option is an annual permit.

MDC Permits

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$7 per day to fish. If you're fishing more than 5 days, buy an annual.

$7 for a trout permit to fish in Missouri's trout areas.

There is a daily trout permit for trout parks.

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$7 per day to fish. If you're fishing more than 5 days, buy an annual.

$7 for a trout permit to fish in Missouri's trout areas.

There is a daily trout permit for trout parks.

That part is not shown on the MDC permit page any longer, wonder where they are keeping that info.

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Thanks to all who've replied.

Now that I'm working again, I might go out and buy an annual non-resident and come up there and "show you" how to fish.

Does the annual expire one year from the date of purchase like here in AR or at the end of the calendar year?

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flytyer57,

The annual fishing permit expires on March 28 of every year. As a normal I will purchase the Non-resident annual permit and the Trout stamp at the same time $49 total cost. IT is also interesting to me that the license expires the day before opening day trout fishing in the parks.

Later,

FFM

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flytyer57,

The annual fishing permit expires on March 28 of every year. As a normal I will purchase the Non-resident annual permit and the Trout stamp at the same time $49 total cost. IT is also interesting to me that the license expires the day before opening day trout fishing in the parks.

Later,

FFM

Back in WI, the license expired March 31, and opening day is the first Saturday in May for game fish, although you can fish for panfish and some other species all year. Trout opener is first Saturday in May also, but they have an early season on select streams.

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flytyer57,

The annual fishing permit expires on March 28 of every year. As a normal I will purchase the Non-resident annual permit and the Trout stamp at the same time $49 total cost. IT is also interesting to me that the license expires the day before opening day trout fishing in the parks.

Later,

FFM

Make that Feb 28, or the 29th if it is a leap year.

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Now that I'm working again, I might go out and buy an annual non-resident and come up there and "show you" how to fish.

Great! When do you want plan on giving me a lesson?

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Great! When do you want plan on giving me a lesson?

As soon as I can afford a license and find the time to come up there.

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I figured as much. I'll buy the license. We'll consider it tuition for the lesson I am about to recieve.

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I figured as much. I'll buy the license. We'll consider it tuition for the lesson I am about to recieve.

That sounds like a deal to me. :D

Now I just gotta find some time to get up there. Today I'm off work but I'm waiting on a call from the unemployment people back in WI so I gotta sit around till they call. Tomorrow got shopping to do for new work clothes.

I have more time down here. Why not just come down here if you want a lesson. Water's water right? I hope to be at Pigeon Creek on lake Norfork catching some more big gills tonite.

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You buying my license?

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You buying my license?

Maybe. I'm a cheapskate.

Nonresident 3-Day Trip Fishing License (NT3) $11.00 Entitles a nonresident to fish the waters of the state with sport fishing tackle for the three-day period specified. A Nonresident Trout Permit also must be purchased to retain trout or to fish in certain waters.

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Well, if a 3-dayer is all I can get out of you I guess I'll take it. I won't need the trout tag. I want to float Crooked Creek. You gotta canoe?

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Well, if a 3-dayer is all I can get out of you I guess I'll take it. I won't need the trout tag. I want to float Crooked Creek. You gotta canoe?

I got a sot kayak.

If I can get someone to float Crooked Creek with, I'll gladly buy you a license. (Not an open invite to everyone in the state of MO. I'm not rich.)

According to the book "Home Waters" we can get a canoe and shuttle service from a place in Yellville, and launch at Georges Creek and take out at Yellville.

When you interested in getting that lesson?

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Well, it sounds like I'll need to bring mine. Since you are giving the lesson, I'll sit in the back and do the paddling. I don't want to hear any excuses.

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Well, it sounds like I'll need to bring mine. Since you are giving the lesson, I'll sit in the back and do the paddling. I don't want to hear any excuses.

Fine. I'll sit up front and you'll just have to watch out for my backcasts. :D

Unless you want to take spinning rods. Do you fly fish?

When do you want to do this? I usually have to work M-Th and sometimes on Friday. Going to second shift soon and I don't know my hours then.

Where do you want to launch at? Pyatt? Snow? Georges Creek? Kellly's Slab?

I've never floated Crooked Creek so I don't know how long it takes to float/fish any given section. I do know that if we would get to a good hole, I'd like to fish it out before moving on. I've heard Kelly's Slab to Yellville is a good float. That may get a litte busy though considering it's most popular.

Where do you normally fish up there in MO? What's your favorite target species?

PM me and we can hash out the details.

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Yeah I long rod. But only from late Nov through late Feb.

Not sure on an exact date yet. I will have to check on my divorce status. Right now it is running high due to having trips on the calander through June. It is not likely to drop until to an acceptable level until level until fall. But I have been know to sneek a extra trip in here and there.

I don't care where we put in. You are supposed to be the teacher. I am expecting to get a whooping whether down there or up here.

I only do about 5 miles a day. But don't plan on building any campfires and fishing until its fished out. You start staying until the hole is fished out and you will paddle right through lots of good water on the bottom end cause it is getting to late.

I fish everthing west of the James River in SWMO. Ain't really any need to go anywhere else. But I do for the scenery. As for what I target, just black bass. I don't break it down to a certain species of black bass. If you do that, you miss a lot of great fishing. And Goggle eye.

I am not sure how Crooked creek flows in summer or fall. It gets pretty low doesn't it? Don't we need to float it in the spring?

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Chief and flytier: Sounds to me like you two need an umpire. I volunteer to follow behind you in my kayak and resolve all disputes impartially. My fee will be small.

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Yeah I long rod. But only from late Nov through late Feb.

Not sure on an exact date yet. I will have to check on my divorce status. Right now it is running high due to having trips on the calander through June. It is not likely to drop until to an acceptable level until level until fall. But I have been know to sneek a extra trip in here and there.

I don't care where we put in. You are supposed to be the teacher. I am expecting to get a whooping whether down there or up here.

I only do about 5 miles a day. But don't plan on building any campfires and fishing until its fished out. You start staying until the hole is fished out and you will paddle right through lots of good water on the bottom end cause it is getting to late.

I fish everthing west of the James River in SWMO. Ain't really any need to go anywhere else. But I do for the scenery. As for what I target, just black bass. I don't break it down to a certain species of black bass. If you do that, you miss a lot of great fishing. And Goggle eye.

I am not sure how Crooked creek flows in summer or fall. It gets pretty low doesn't it? Don't we need to float it in the spring?

Kelly's Slab to Yellville is only a few miles. We can do that. No campfires, but should get plenty of time to properly fish.

I guess below Yellville, Crooked Creek dries up in the summer. Just keep an eye on the gauges. Right now, it's just over the slab and flowing at about 230 cfs. A bit low for floating maybe, but perfect for wading imo. Like I said, I never floated Crooked Creek. I've only fished at Yellville and the lower access south of Flippin.

Let me do some homework on the flows and I'll get back to ya.

How far into MO is the James? I don't have a map of MO yet. I need to make a trip up to BassPro one of these days anyway.

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Chief and flytier: Sounds to me like you two need an umpire. I volunteer to follow behind you in my kayak and resolve all disputes impartially. My fee will be small.

Whatever. But I only agree to pay for Cheif's license.

As for your fee, don't hold your breath waiting for it.

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Chief and flytier: Sounds to me like you two need an umpire. I volunteer to follow behind you in my kayak and resolve all disputes impartially. My fee will be small.

Oh you bet you can come along. It would be an honor to fish with you. But I don't want you getting all teary eyed when you see that beautiful canoe I use. :D

FT57 - The James starts near Seymour, east of Springfield. From the beginning it makes an arch toward Springfield where from there it continues south into T-Rock.

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Oh you bet you can come along. It would be an honor to fish with you. But I don't want you getting all teary eyed when you see that beautiful canoe I use. :D

FT57 - The James starts near Seymour, east of Springfield. From the beginning it makes an arch toward Springfield where from there it continues south into T-Rock.

I'm gonna have to Google that. Maybe I can geet up there on Memorial Day weekend. If your divorce schedule allows, maybe we can fish then.

As for using the "long rod" only from November to February, it sounds like you do some steelhead fishing?

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flyytier: have my own license, Chief's canoe once was mine (an inside joke), and for fee I was thinking a diet coke. what. you can't even spare a diet coke for an impartial judge?

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flyytier: have my own license, Chief's canoe once was mine (an inside joke), and for fee I was thinking a diet coke. what. you can't even spare a diet coke for an impartial judge?

Ok. Impartial judge, 2 diet Coke's then.

You ever float Crooked Creek before? If so, what can we expect?

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Never been on it. Always wanted to fish it. That's why I offered to join you to "help you out."

I have fished the extreme lower end where it flows into the White. Because of the underground flow of the creek, you can't go very far up river from the White.

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I'm gonna have to Google that. Maybe I can geet up there on Memorial Day weekend. If your divorce schedule allows, maybe we can fish then.

As for using the "long rod" only from November to February, it sounds like you do some steelhead fishing?

Memorial Day weekend is a go if you can make it. But I won't be on the James. I am hosting a float on Shoal Creek. Check this out: http://ozarkanglers.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=22653

It would be great if both you and rps and his lovely bride could make it. Yaks are more than welcome.

flyytier: have my own license, Chief's canoe once was mine (an inside joke), and for fee I was thinking a diet coke. what. you can't even spare a diet coke for an impartial judge?

I had a feeling you already had one. I'll bring a whole 6-pack. Of diet Coke. Now who is bringing the diet Slim Jims?

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Memorial Day weekend is a go if you can make it. But I won't be on the James. I am hosting a float on Shoal Creek. Check this out: http://ozarkanglers.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=22653

It would be great if both you and rps and his lovely bride could make it. Yaks are more than welcome.

I had a feeling you already had one. I'll bring a whole 6-pack. Of diet Coke. Now who is bringing the diet Slim Jims?

I read that and thought about joining, but wasn't sure if I could get upt there or not.

Still can't make any promises yet, but would be glad to join.

I'll look over the info later and get back to you. I'm kinda busy right now trying to fix my mothers computer.

Diet Slim Jims???????????

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Memorial Day weekend is a go if you can make it. But I won't be on the James. I am hosting a float on Shoal Creek. Check this out: http://ozarkanglers.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=22653

It would be great if both you and rps and his lovely bride could make it. Yaks are more than welcome.

Ok.

I'm about in.

May 29, Shoal Creek, MO. Allen bridge to Lime Kiln.

Right.

Where?

I have absolutely no idea where that is. Is it shown on Google maps? I checked the Shoal Creek forum and it looks like it's somewhere around Joplin. Now how far is Joplin from Mountain Home, AR????

Guess I'd have to get a motel room for the night. Any cheap motels in the area?

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Here is a list of motels with a map.

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=neosho%20motels&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl

(I cant get the correct map. Just type in Mt. Home to Neosho and it will show you what it suggest your route should be. But I don't like that route.)

Or you could go via Hwy 65 Branson to Springfield and west on Hwy 60. It is only about 1.5 hr from Neosho to Branson via Springfield. So the time will be about the same but the route is much better. This is the route I would take.

Now if you wanted to save a little money, it is conceivable that you could do it all in one day. If you left at 5:30, that should put you here about 8:30. At the end of the day if you left about 4:00 you could be back home about 7:00. But that is totally up to do you.

We still have an open seat if you don't want to haul.

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We still have an open seat if you don't want to haul.

Count me in.

I Googled Neosho and Shoal Creek and found Allens Bridge Access and Lime Kiln road. I imagine that's where the takeout is. That's also where everyone is meeting? Is there a parking lot around there? Or just parking along the road.

Since I work in Rogers, AR all week, I can just stay there and make the trip up in about 1 1/2 hours. I get up for work everyday at 4:30, gotta sleep in some on the weekends. I can leave Rogers at 7 and be there by 8:30 or so.

Will I need to bring anything other than my fishing gear? I can bring my cheap yak. If there's still an open seat we can negotiate that when I get there.

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Yeah we are going to meet at Lime Kiln. There is ample parking for everyone. These are MDC access' so there is plenty of room.

I used to work in Rogers on Emma st. myself. I made the trip in an hour. And that was before the 4-lane was put in through Pineville.

I think we have enough food and stuff coming. But if you look at the list and don't see something, bring it. We'll be looking for ya.

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Yeah we are going to meet at Lime Kiln. There is ample parking for everyone. These are MDC access' so there is plenty of room.

I used to work in Rogers on Emma st. myself. I made the trip in an hour. And that was before the 4-lane was put in through Pineville.

I think we have enough food and stuff coming. But if you look at the list and don't see something, bring it. We'll be looking for ya.

There's an actual access at Lime Kiln? I didn't see that on Google maps. Google shows Allen Bridge Access, but nothing for Lime Kiln except for the road crossing. Where exactly is this access? Will I find it without a problem when I get there being that I'm not familiar with the area?

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Let me add;

Just after you turn off of Bus. 60, in just a few hundred feet you will cross the railroad tracks. A few hundred feet after that is the Lime Kiln Access on your right. If you cross the bridge, turn around. You have gone to far and now the access will be on your left.

I promise you won't miss it though.

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Let me add;

Just after you turn off of Bus. 60, in just a few hundred feet you will cross the railroad tracks. A few hundred feet after that is the Lime Kiln Access on your right. If you cross the bridge, turn around. You have gone to far and now the access will be on your left.

I promise you won't miss it though.

Alright, I got a map so now I won't miss it. I'll be there, unless it's pouring rain, thunder & lightning or snowing.

I read over the threads of who's all going to be there, and what they are brining. Looks like everything is covered. Let me know by Sunday May 23rd if you need me to bring anything. I won't have computer access after that until I get back here to Mt. Home after the float.

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