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Bass Fishing Articles

  • Wave to the Baitfish

    June 3, 2013 - By Mike Peek

    Find the baitfish, find the baitfish! I have heard this hundreds of times standing around before a tournament. Finding them does not seem too hard at Lake of the Ozarks, but getting the bass to bite is another task. I have thrown spinners...

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  • Bass Fishing Success with Fries

    June 2, 2013 - By Mike Peek

    A funny story that turned out well "...we replied honestly that we were getting skunked. After talking for a bit, he told us that he had done very well fishing a French fry. It seemed that my partner and I had some shopping to do."

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  • Why Bass Fishing?

    May 31, 2013 - By Craig Voss

    Currently, bass fishing is considered to be America’s #1 freshwater sport. In fact, the bass fishing industry is booming.

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  • Bass Fishing: Like Father, Like Son

    May 30, 2013 - By Tim Ladd

    When I was young, my dad got me hooked on fishing. We were at Lake of the Ozarks and I remember him taking me down to the lake and fishing off the dock for bluegill. I was fishing with night crawlers, a small hook, and split shot style weight...

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  • Lunkers At Lake of the Ozarks Docks Year Round

    May 29, 2013 - By Dave Bueltmann

    Depending on the weather, you may have the most success catching fish by concentrating on casting your line around the thousands of docks jutting out from the nearly 1,200 miles of shoreline. Here are some pointers to keep in mind when you are...

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  • Carolina Rig for Lake of the Ozarks

    May 27, 2013 - By Dave Bueltmann

    The Carolina rig, which is also known as the C-rig, is a very effective method for catching bass that are on long points that lead to major creek and river channels, road beds, and gravel type flats.

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  • Featured Cove-Darby Hollow

    May 26, 2013 - By Dave Bueltmann

    Darby Hollow is at the 19 mile marker on the south side of the Osage River. It is 1 mile long and ideal for fishing as it is a no wake cove.

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