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Bass Talk Live has BASS conservation director Gene Gililund on the show today. Discussed fish mortality, movement after weigh ins, proper fish care and much more. It’s on BassZone website. Click on BTL. It will have interview posted there or you can see it on YouTube. High recommend all listen. 

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You know when he talked about a certain area that holds fish consistently, and when you remove a fish then another will move in because something about that spot just draws fish?

Well consider knowing where quite a few of those special spots are, that for years always held keeper fish, and then one day you realized that the spots that always held a few good ones..... just doesn't anymore.     That is exactly the situation up here in the Gravois area where no tournaments are held.   Where'd the fish go?     I know where, they went to Coffman, Alhonna, and PB2

It's not cool to corral all the fish in the lake and transplant them to the TOURISTY Osage Beach area.   It pisses me off.

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9 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

I just watched the latest MLF and several guys mentioned fishing in the cove with the boat ramp...Again. 

Well sure.  That's always going to be the area with the highest population of keeper sized fish, and genuine toads.   It gets stocked with them 4 times per week nearly all year long, year after year.

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26 minutes ago, fishinwrench said:

Well sure.  That's always going to be the area with the highest population of keeper sized fish, and genuine toads.   It gets stocked with them 4 times per week nearly all year long, year after year.

And they are fish proven to bite artificial lures.

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On ‎5‎/‎28‎/‎2019 at 12:54 PM, fishinwrench said:

You know when he talked about a certain area that holds fish consistently, and when you remove a fish then another will move in because something about that spot just draws fish?

Well consider knowing where quite a few of those special spots are, that for years always held keeper fish, and then one day you realized that the spots that always held a few good ones..... just doesn't anymore.     That is exactly the situation up here in the Gravois area where no tournaments are held.   Where'd the fish go?     I know where, they went to Coffman, Alhonna, and PB2

It's not cool to corral all the fish in the lake and transplant them to the TOURISTY Osage Beach area.   It pisses me off.

Kinda like Prairie Creek on Beaver Lake. 

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