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On 1/2/2018 at 9:55 PM, oneshot said:

Ok sounds good I need to find where I can get below a riffle. Don't have a boat so have to look around. Get my Maps out and look.

oneshot

Not the best access in the world but the area where 133 bridge crosses has good water like you are looking for. 

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4 hours ago, Flysmallie said:

Not the best access in the world but the area where 133 bridge crosses has good water like you are looking for. 

Thanks I'll try it.

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On ‎1‎/‎4‎/‎2018 at 3:30 PM, Flysmallie said:

Not the best access in the world but the area where 133 bridge crosses has good water like you are looking for. 

Ok went over there. How do you get below the bridge?

oneshot

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12 hours ago, oneshot said:

Ok went over there. How do you get below the bridge?

oneshot

Take the right just north of the bridge and follow it around to the right. Down towards the end there will be a little path off to the right that takes you down closer to the water. 

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Warning!! The main road off of 133 looks like this after you make the turn south. 

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Ok I was looking at the South side. That looks like some areas I drive getting down to Truman Lake. I was at Truman Lake one time driving out, talking with my wife on the phone, broke my front window out. :angry:

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Oneshot, as much as it seems that you like to rod and reel fish for catfish and suckers, I have to agree with Wrench on Mayfield Springs access. Haven't been there in a few years but that hole is huge compared to most of the water I grew up fishing. Right at the access a riffle dumps into the giant hole. Riffle is lined with bedrock and not gravel (at least it used to be), my assumption is that is why that hole has remained so deep, no gravel to get washed in with every flood. That bedrock ruined a gigging trip for me one night many years ago as we headed upstream. Poor lower unit... Also, if you want to walk a short distance, there is an old road that had been blocked off at one point on the right as you head down to the access. But if I remember correctly, it is a tall, steep bank at the river where the road ends.

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