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Where I'm from in Minnesota, 55 degree days in January don't happen, but since they do in Missouri, I went fishing of course.

Didn't slay em but the quality was awesome. 4 casts in I enticed a 19"-er to sample my black 1/8oz Lilley's maribou jig, got a nice picture sorda by accident too.

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When it started getting a little darker I moved down to outlet one and caught one more 17" fish on a grey scud (it's always the grey scud😊)

Tried the signature series jerkbaits after dark until my time ran out and had one small swipe at the 606 sculpin but couldn't connect.

Now it's supposed to get cold and crappy for a few days so ill probably start tying some white bass jigs and flies for March.

Cheers!

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Oh but those dark, crappy days are the best ones to catch the big ones!

Where I'm from in Minnesota, 55 degree days in January don't happen, but since they do in Missouri, I went fishing of course. Didn't slay em but the quality was awesome. 4 casts in I enticed a 19

Four of us from LOZ fished yesterday from 10am to 3pm. Caught good quality fish, but nothing to write home about. I agree with Phil, give me a 40* day with no sun. Twenty years ago I would have said a

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Four of us from LOZ fished yesterday from 10am to 3pm. Caught good quality fish, but nothing to write home about. I agree with Phil, give me a 40* day with no sun. Twenty years ago I would have said a 25* day. 

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On 1/14/2021 at 6:17 AM, Phil Lilley said:

Oh but those dark, crappy days are the best ones to catch the big ones!

Not to mention it keeps some of the traffic down. It blows my mind how busy Taney gets on a nice winter day.

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29 minutes ago, Seth said:

Not to mention it keeps some of the traffic down. It blows my mind how busy Taney gets on a nice winter day.

Or literally any time nowadays. It's a nightmare. I am going to pick the nastiest, coldest days to fish coming up. 

“To those devoid of imagination a blank place on the map is a useless waste; to others, the most valuable part.”--Aldo Leopold

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1 hour ago, Ryan Miloshewski said:

Or literally any time nowadays. It's a nightmare. I am going to pick the nastiest, coldest days to fish coming up. 

I hear ya. I'm crossing my fingers we get some nasty conditions on the tourney dates this year.

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1 hour ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

Doesn't matter half the time anymore....  Get in line.

Parking lots on Wednesday were at least half full. Usually I glance at the plates going in just to see if any foreigners are there. Didn't that day for some reason, but did notice Kansas and Texas parked on either side of us. I have seen it in October where missouri plates are in the minority.

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