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Lead Hill ramp with loading dock?

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Are there any good ramps with loading docks in the Lead Hill area? I have never fished Bull Shoals. Some people have told me that there are more and bigger bass in Bull Shoals than in table Rock??????

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21 hours ago, eyedabassman said:

Are there any good ramps with loading docks in the Lead Hill area? I have never fished Bull Shoals. Some people have told me that there are more and bigger bass in Bull Shoals than in table Rock??????

More,Yes. Bigger, not in my experience. A lot less people on the water and a lot more room to get away from them.

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1 hour ago, Ham said:

More,Yes. Bigger, not in my experience. A lot less people on the water and a lot more room to get away from them.

Thanks Ham. Is the Lead Hill area a good area to fish or some where else better? i know it is a big lake and I would like to try it in April fpr the first time.

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Grass is always greener on the other side my friend. 

This is just me but from my experience if you are hunting for a trophy I'd drive down to Dardanelle over to grand or up to lake of the ozarks. But if you want great numbers come on over this way. The again I don't fish up the river all that much on bull. Hear a lot of big fish stories from k dock up. 

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I think the bass are just as big as Table Rock any day. We just dont hear about it because it is so less pressured.  Only about 5 guys give reports on OA for Bull Shoals compared to the hundreds on the Rock. Ive seen some giants with my own eyes diving. I was going to get some video last summer but the water was up so high and visibility was to poor for much diving.

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6 minutes ago, Ham said:

I love the Leadhill area. I fish there a fair amount, but I have also fallen in love with the lower lake. I have a smallmouth bass addiction. 

SO DO i  !!!!!!

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There are plenty of smallmouth in the mid lake areas, but I would think it is a stretch to call them the dominant species in the Lead Hill Area. IF I moved to the lake, I would likely chose the mid lake area, but I like catching a little bit of everything. 

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