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Crappie Fishing Reports

Fishing Report For Week Ending May 4, 2018

Friday, May 4, 2018

MDC Weekly Report


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: Fair 

Black Bass 

White Bass: Slow 

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

(Reported on: 5/2/18)

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: 5/2/18)

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: Good 

Black Bass: Slow 

White Bass: Good 

catfish slow, try using cut bait; crappie good using minnows; black bass slow; white bass good.

(Reported on: 5/2/18)

Lake of the Ozarks (Niangua)

 

Information: 573-346-2210 

Water Surface Temp: 54º

Water Level (Range): rising

Water Type: muddy

Fish Reported: 

Catfish: Fair 

Crappie: Good 

Black Bass: Fair 

White Bass: Fair 

catfish fair, try using cut shad or livers; crappie fair using dark colored jigs or minnows; black bass fair, try using spinners or dark plastics; white bass fair, try using spinners or dark plastics.

(Reported on: 5/2/18)

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: Good 

Black Bass: Fair 

White Bass: Fair 

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

(Reported on: 5/2/18)

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