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Hey All,

I just moved here to Bolivar from Raleigh, NC. I am a first year grad student at SBU. I usually fish out of a kayak but did not bring it with me for the first semester to make sure I focus on my grades. Any advice on good places to bank fish would be more than appreciated however. I can't just go cold turkey... I'm looking forward to being part of the fishing community here.

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Where is SBU? Welcome to Mo ,

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SBU is a good school have had a few friends go there. For fishing my lord there are so many places, Stockton, Truman, Pom the rivers and creeks its hard to just name one. I would start around Stockton for sure though.

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Where is SBU? Welcome to Mo ,

Thanks!

SBU is Southwest Baptist University. Its a small school up in Bolivar. I just started the Physical Therapy program.

SBU is a good school have had a few friends go there. For fishing my lord there are so many places, Stockton, Truman, Pom the rivers and creeks its hard to just name one. I would start around Stockton for sure though.

Thanks! Is bank fishing any good at Stockton? Once I get my kayak out here I'll definitely be hitting the bigger waters. For now I'm stuck on land though. I'll be going after bass, fyi. I appreciate the info.

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Check the areas around the ramps, bridges, and the spillways first. Below Truman has plenty of good bank fishing . We used to fish around the bridges on Stockton and caught a little bit of everything.

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First 3 places that come to my mind would be the area at the city of Stockton and the state park. Both of these areas have a lot of shoreline to explore. I know the area at Stockton has a good low bank.

The second area would be the Little Sac. It's a popular stream with some good access. Do a search on here and you'll find loads of information.

Today's release is tomorrows gift to another fisherman.

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First 3 places that come to my mind would be the area at the city of Stockton and the state park. Both of these areas have a lot of shoreline to explore. I know the area at Stockton has a good low bank.

The second area would be the Little Sac. It's a popular stream with some good access. Do a search on here and you'll find loads of information.

Thank you

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