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Hi Guys, This is Tom from Kansas. I'm thinking about relocating to Mo. for the fishing. I want to be in the heart, within minutes of the finest all round year long fishing. Want to get some suggestions.

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Build a house on Table Rock Dam...

Really- I don't think you could go wrong building on Table Rock... just depends on your budget where.

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What do you like to fish for? If you like river fishing for trout and smallmouth and like rural living, consider the West Plains area. From West Plains you are 30 minutes or so from the Eleven Point (trout, smallmouth, goggle eye, walleye, & pickerel), North Fork of the White (trout, smallmouth, white bass), Spring River (trout), Bryant creek (smallmouth). Also, Lake Norfork is under an hour (upper lake more like 30 minutes) and Norfork tailwater and the White River are within an hour. West Plains is a town of 10,000 and there are lots of smaller towns in the area. Real estate is very rasonable and the taxes are great. Lots of good deer and turkey hunting as well. Just alternative I thought I'd mention.

www.elevenpointflyfishing.com

www.elevenpointcottages.com

(417)270-2497

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If you want great fishing out your back door any of the lakes in the ozarks--but if outher quality of life issues come into play "like being close to great medical care" then if you draw a circle of 50 miles starting from the western most city limits of springfield to just east of joplin you are with in a reasonable drive of several lakes.

beaver, tablerock, bullshoals, stockton, grand lake, norfork, truman, lake of the ozarks--enough to get you started--then you have numerous rivers and streams--and the often overlookd small community lakes or kansas strip pits

where does one even start

Mo

MONKEYS? what monkeys?

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