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Bushbeater last won the day on August 9 2019

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About Bushbeater

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    Longnose Gar
  • Birthday 07/25/1953

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    Camdenton, Mo.
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    Fishing, Golf, Boats

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  1. I'm having the same issue as Billethead but if I go ahead and click forums or unread content then it logs me in automatic. Weird and confusing.
  2. I've caught a few, but they're far between. Did get a decent smallie of the rip rap along route 3. I recall Bassmasters had a tourney out of Pierre Marquette back in the 80s and those guys struggled even though some were fishing the mouths of the Meramec and Salt rivers. Good Luck
  3. IMHO the high dirty water will be to your benefit.
  4. It may be a bit late but decided to try some home grown smoke. Ordered a sack of Kentucky Burley seeds from Victory Seed Co.
  5. I've had a Shimano Nasci a couple years now, it's been great but I'll never buy another spinning reel without a free spool switch.
  6. It seems it's happening with everything. The price and availability of wood, and now steel. Steel sheet has tripled in price and now they're saying inventory is so short certain sizes and grades are likely to be almost impossible. You can't quote a job with a firm price.
  7. I'm thinking the Daiwa will blow the Revo away.
  8. Florida man stays busy. Check him on Google. https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=ALeKk02zRPPy23SwJ354MjYlb1LRv2XV-g:1618979663282&source=univ&tbm=isch&q=florida+man&client=firefox-b-1-d&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjRvumdwY7wAhXVQs0KHXueC_IQjJkEegQIOxAB&biw=1366&bih=665
  9. I'm just guessing but about 2 miles up from HahaTonka there's a kinda delta area with a bunch of islands and slews. When you get much above there it becomes much more riverine, although it's about another couple miles to the first riffles when the lake is full. In my 12 years hanging around that area I've only seen a conservation officer once and that was when I had Illinois tags on my boat. Anyway, 660 would be about 2-3 miles up from Tonka
  10. I do have a permit for my buoy, and the water patrol occasionally checks it. In fact they've been very helpful. Once when the buoy was washed away in high water they returned it about 2 years later. A second time I lost it I found one in a logjam and brought it home and installed it. An officer cane by, checked the numbers, told me it was previously unregistered and put my permit number on it. I wish they would spend that much time enforcing the rules of the road.
  11. Being both a dock owner and an angler I see both sides. I don't care if someone fishes my dock, or even my backyard for that matter. I do get aggravated when they decide to do circles with the kids on a tube just off the no wake buoy and a couple of times I've pulled my boat out and anchored where they're tubing and rocking my world. Anyway, what should be the proper etiquette when I hang a Megabass 110 in somebodies thousand dollar boat cover? What if it's just a 1/16 oz. crappie jig?
  12. The French Broad has always intrigued me. Really would like to check her out. Looks beautiful from the hiway.
  13. I also hope Tim is recovering well.Although we haven't met in decades I have great memory's. We went through school together, K thru high school. He once saved the day for me when my Suburban expired on a launch ramp at Table Rock. . I hope he makes a full recovery.
  14. The gauge says it's flowing 10700 at Tunnel Dam. I know it's ripping past my place by HahaTonka. Lots of trees going by yesterday afternoon but less debris now.
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