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10-4 on that..... We love every single bite we get. Big, small, or in between..... If everything goes according to plan we are having a big fish fry on Friday night if you want to join us. We'll be in the north west camp ground at Mutton Creek. That goes for any of you other Ozark Anglers that want to join us too. Just bring your days catch with you. I'll have a filet station set up about dark thirty..... The men in my Sunday School class get together and camp and fish twice a year. This is our 9th year in a row.

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Good info, Bo. I've been to Beaver three times in the past 3 weeks and have found some good LM in very backs of the runoff pockets. Each of these trips were intentionally timed on the very next day after a big rain. No matter the time of year, unless you get ice cold rain in the dead of winter, runoffs pull bass shallow.

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14 hours ago, Champ188 said:

Good info, Bo. I've been to Beaver three times in the past 3 weeks and have found some good LM in very backs of the runoff pockets. Each of these trips were intentionally timed on the very next day after a big rain. No matter the time of year, unless you get ice cold rain in the dead of winter, runoffs pull bass shallow.

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right, but the only major run off rain that hit table rock was ice cold, and when you have a 10 to 15 degree drop in the temp of  the water running in, the food source and the predators will not be there or if they are, they are put into sleep mode.  but the right rain can be killer just as it is in the spring.  sure looks like you found the right conditions@!

bo

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On 10/30/2019 at 12:22 PM, merc1997 said:

most were on the smaller side, but we did have 3 that were in the 3 lb. range.  they are all fun and small ones are better than not catching anything.

when you are just out fishing to have fun, there is not too much that will match the fast paced action of being in the middle of a big school of whites.  lots of bites and rod bowing.  i love finding this time of the year.  get on a good school, and it can be all day fun.

bo

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18 hours ago, Steve McBasser said:

Champ.... are you slow rolling or burnin' it....?

More of a slow roll. Keeping it at a depth of 2-3 feet. I greatly prefer a 1/4-ounce bait in these clear-water White River lakes, so you can reel it fairly slow and have no trouble keeping it 2-3 feet deep. 

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16 hours ago, SplitG2 said:

Thanks Bo for the continued reports.  Nice to hear from Champ again.  The spinnerbait looks familiar...like something you may have won last year in the fantasy fishing group.   Spot remover maybe?😉

I believe that one is actually green shad. 

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