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Bass Fishing Pockets And Cuts

June 10, 2013

When fishing down a bank at Lake of the Ozarks, you will sometimes encounter a pocket or cut in the bank. This is an area where the bank cuts into shoreline. Cuts may be different shapes, but the most common are cuts and pockets that go into the bank for a short distance and work their way back into the main bank. Fish these pockets methodically.

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Topwater Bass Fishing Lake Of The Ozarks

June 9, 2013

When I think of topwater fishing at Lake of the Ozarks, my heart starts beating harder, my adrenaline rises, and my palms get sweaty. This is by far the most exciting technique for catching bass at Lake of the Ozarks.

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Lure Colors For Lake Of The Ozarks

June 8, 2013

When you go to your favorite bait and tackle store today, chances are your head will hurt after trying to decide which color you should pick for your favorite lure. At last count, the popular 5-inch Yamamoto Senko comes in no less than 99 colors. It’s enough to drive even the savviest of bass fishermen both crazy and to the poor house. With all the great bait colors out there, what’s the best color to choose?

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Catching Lake Of The Ozarks Bass With Grubs

June 5, 2013

If you are planning a bass fishing trip to Lake of the Ozarks, you will want to have some grubs in your tackle box. Because there are so many different options when it comes to plastic baits, how do you know when it's the right time to use your grubs?

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Choosing The Correct Tackle For Lake Of The Ozarks Bass

June 4, 2013

At the Lake of the Ozarks, you’re always one cast away from a 6-7 pound bass, and if you’re only armed with a light rod and six pound test line, you’ve brought a knife to a gun fight. Here are some rules of thumb to live by when you’re out on the lake.

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Wave To The Baitfish

June 3, 2013

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, crankbaits, Senkos, and more without success. Are they just not hungry or what?

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Texas Rig Worm: Back To The Basics

June 3, 2013

Bass fishing a Texas rigged plastic worm is considered by many anglers the single most effective lure for catching bass. It should be a staple in any fisherman’s tackle box regardless of skill level. The bottom line is that at Lake of the Ozarks, a Texas rigged plastic worm catches bass.

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Bass Fishing Success With Fries

June 2, 2013

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

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

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 pinched on the line about six inches above the hook. I caught one bluegill after another. That is all it took at my young age to get me hooked on fishing

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