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Friday, October 7th
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Fishing Reports

Sunday and Monday – Mostly Graphing, No Bites, See What I have been Hearing from Anglers in Notes

Daily Fishing Log For March 1, 2021

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date March 1, 2021 Air Temp 30=40's Current Generation Minimum
Fisherman Bob Water Temp 35-36
Hours Fished 8 Sky Partly Sunny Water Clarity Stained
Fishing Overall Wind Light
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Location/Presentation/Structure

Sunday – Tan Tara Area (24mm-26mm) graphing and a little bit of fishing, Monday (today) Shawnee Bend Area, (11mm – 9mm) and a little bit of fishing.

Fishing Notes

Yesterday and today I spent most of my time graphing secondary points and main lake points looking for groups of fish.  I really did not find much.  Most of the fish I did see were in 15′-25′ of water and some hanging around brush [piles on or around the points.

I did fish for fish in the brush piles and dragging the A-Rig on the bottom, watching a few bass chase the A-Rig on my Garmin, but they would not commit to bite.

I also fished some creek channel banks in the backs of coves, most of that ice has finally thawed.  I could see fish on my graph well off the bank, but could not get any to bite the A-Rig, Jig, Ned Rig, Stick Bait and small swimbait.  At least I know there are fish there from seeing them on the graph, it may take a couple of days now for those fish the thaw out and eat.

Overall, the areas those areas I graphed yesterday and today, the water is stained and cold.

From what I am hearing, the Glaize is not fishing very good, but could get good in the coming days with some warmth and water clearing up a bit.  Apparently the best water right now is up the Niangua, 40-48 degree water temps, good clarity and biting fish.  The only challenge is that area will fish small as many anglers have found that good water and will be piling into that area.

The Gravois water is mostly clear to slightly stained 35-37 degrees with an A-Rig and Stick bait bite on points and secondary points and brush.  The Dam is slightly stained, also 35-37 degrees with bite off of secondary points, over brush and some creek channel banks that are mostly now free of ice.

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