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Walleye For Shore


grand75

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Hi, I am here in Branson near Bull Shoals and am boatless. Lance Valentine Mr. Walleye 101 has stories of fishing Bull Shoals for Walleye. Are there any good places to fish from shore this time of year? We shore fish Walleye this time of year in MI and use cranks or jigs with a Mr. Twister. That the right way to target them?

Thank you.

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The old stand by area has now been permanently flooded.

Ok thanks. Any other ideas?

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The James produces some walleye, but I don't know how often or whether it would be worth fishing from the shore or not. You might post on it and see if someone can help you there.

Today's release is tomorrows gift to another fisherman.

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I have a boat now and table rock or bull shoals is possible. My guide says table rock is in transition and is turning over. I read from your forum that bull Shoals is about the same. I am getting tired of fishing for trout in Taneycomo. Any ideas? I think I will just go out on table rock and look for them that is why they call it fishing.

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The Bull is the better walleye lake and the upper end might be more like the structure you're used too.

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