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Last thursday/friday


Fished with the family out of kimberling city a few hours thursday and friday morning.  Water temp was low to mid 80s, thermocline about 20 foot or so.  Found bass, bluegill, and 2 keeper walleye suspended 15-20ft down in 150-200fow over structure.  Crawlers worked best.  Couldnt get fish to eat a spoon or keitech.....but they bit worms readily even though the ones we were catching were spitting shad less than 2 inches long.

   Also found bass and bluegill on a gravel runnout just off the bottom.  Caught a few smallies, with 1 good keeper with a 16th oz jig and small craw imitation.  Crawler worked best though.  Very typical pattern for this time of year.  Didn't get a chance to troll crankbaits but that would also work quite well im sure.

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