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Crappie Fishing Reports

Fishing Report For Week Ending April 20, 2018

Friday, April 20, 2018

MDC Weekly Fishing Report


MDC Weekly Fishing Report for LOZ

 

Lake of the Ozarks (Bagnell Tailwater)

 

Information: 573-346-2210 

Water Surface Temp: 54º

Water Level (Range): rising

Water Type: muddy

Fish Reported: 

Catfish: Slow 

Crappie: Slow 

Black Bass 

White Bass: Slow 

catfish slow, try using cut shad and stinkbaits; crappie slow, try using crappie jigs and minnows; black bass season closed; white bass slow, try using light colored soft plastics, Rooster Tails and crappie jigs.

(Reported on: 4/17/18)

Lake of the Ozarks (Glaize)

 

Information: 573-346-2210 

Water Surface Temp: 54º

Water Level (Range): rising

Water Type: muddy

Fish Reported: 

Catfish: Slow 

Crappie: Fair 

Black Bass: Slow 

White Bass: Slow 

catfish slow, try using worms and cut baits; crappie fair using crappie jigs and minnows; black bass slow, try using dark colored soft plastics and spinnerbaits; white bass slow, try using light colored soft plastics, Rooster Tails and minnows.

(Reported on: 4/17/18)

Lake of the Ozarks (Gravois)

 

Information: 573-346-2210 

Water Surface Temp: 54º

Water Level (Range): rising

Water Type: muddy

Fish Reported: 

Catfish: Slow 

Crappie: Fair 

Black Bass: Fair 

White Bass: Slow 

catfish slow; crappie fair using minnows; black bass fair; white bass slow.

(Reported on: 4/17/18)

Lake of the Ozarks (Niangua)

 

Information: 573-346-2210 

Water Surface Temp: 54º

Water Level (Range): rising

Water Type: muddy

Fish Reported: 

Catfish: Slow 

Crappie: Fair 

Black Bass: Slow 

White Bass: Slow 

catfish slow, try using cut shad; crappie fair using dark colored jigs; black bass slow, try using cut shad; white bass slow, try using cut shad.

(Reported on: 4/17/18)

Lake of the Ozarks (Osage)

 

Information: 573-346-2210 

Water Surface Temp: 54º

Water Level (Range): rising

Water Type: muddy

Fish Reported: 

Catfish: Slow 

Crappie: Slow 

Black Bass: Slow 

White Bass: Slow 

catfish slow, try using cut shad; crappie slow, try using dark colored jigs or minnows around docks; black bass slow, try using dark plastics or spinners; white bass slow, try using dark plastics or spinners.

(Reported on: 4/17/18)

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