Bassing Bob Members,

Hello everyone I hope you are all doing well, and fishing when its not arctic out!! I wanted to give you all an update on Bob and his health. As most of you know Bob underwent heart surgery January 3rd in St. Louis. The heart surgery was a huge success! Though, during early recovery we did unfortunately have a few setbacks. We now have him at the rehabilitation center where he will have to spend some time to get strong again. Bob is in great spirits and is more motivated than ever to get back to the place he loves! If anyone of you have any questions and or just want to talk fishing feel free to reach out to me or Steve Heitman. Most the time you guys know where to find me at Fitz’s. I will do my best to update Bobs status regularly. Thank you all for always being supportive of Bassing Bob, and Bob himself!!

Bassin Rob!!!

Sunday, February 5th
Few Clouds - Wind: 10 Mph
43.3 °F
Fishing Reports

60MM Osage River Fishing With Jacks Guide Service

Daily Fishing Log For August 22, 2013

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date August 22, 2013 Air Temp High 80's Current Generation Heavy
Fisherman Jack Uxa and Bob Water Temp 77-79
Hours Fished 7.00 Sky Sunny Water Clarity Stained - Muddy
Fishing Overall Fair Wind Light
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
12 2
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Buzz Bait and Sqaure Bill Crank Bait Same as Keepers and Jig, Plastic Worm, Senco, Rattle Trap
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Black Buzz Bait, Chartruese n Blue Crankbait Black Worm, Green Pumpkin Worm, Green Pumpkin Senco

Main channel docks and isolated cover in the backs of coves.

Fishing Notes

Today Jack and I fished the upper lower Osage river area from the 60mm to the 64mm. The current was very strong running along the docks along the main river channel which would actually carry our baits either under the docks which was good or away from the docks, depending on which side of the docks we fished. We caught a lot of short fish and only a couple of barely 15′ keepers, the bigger fish were just not biting today. The most productive and predictable bait was the square bill crank bait worked around isolated cover, mostly wood laydowns in shallow water in the backs of coves in about 2′ to 4′ of water. While every bait that we threw today produced fish, we could not find a big fish bite.

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