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Bass Fishing Articles

Winter Bass Fishing at Lake of the Ozarks

January 28, 2021

The Lake of the Ozarks (LOZ) is an impressive body of water that stretches 93 miles end to...

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Knot Ties – Check it Out

January 24, 2021

This link will provide you with great information for tying varying knots, including tying varying type of line...

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January 5, 2021

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Check Out Marcus Video Regarding BoatWrx and BoatWrx/BB Winter Bass Challenge – Next Tournament January 9th, 2021

January 5, 2021

Click link below for video. BoatWrx/BassingBob Winter Bass Challenge Tournament, January 9th and January 23rd, Alhonna Resort, $130...

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October 8, 2020 Competitive kayak fishing is taking the bass tournament world by storm. Local kayak clubs have been around...

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2020 Fall Big Bass Bash Bait Suggestions from the Pros

October 1, 2020

We asked several of the top Lake of the Ozarks anglers what they would do if they were...

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Fall 2020 Big Bass Bash Resourses – Pro Recommendations, Previous Winners And Strategies Publication

September 23, 2020

Here you will find every piece of both past and present information on the Fall Big Bass Bash.

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Lures For Lake Of The Ozarks Night Fishing

August 2, 2020

As the searing summer sun heats up the water, bass relax in the cooler realm of deep water...

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Bass Fishing Humps At Lake Of The Ozarks

July 31, 2020

Have you ever been cruising down Lake of the Ozarks to your favorite fishing spot and seen another boat fishing in what seems to be an unusual area? You may wonder why they are stopped in the middle of the lake. Or, you may question why they are fishing 100 or so yards in from the bank. Most likely they have located a hump that has bass and forage on and around it

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June Bass Fishing At Lake Of The Ozarks Summertime Fun

June 1, 2020

The June water temperature is normally in the mid 70’s to low 80’s. There are several ways to catch a number of bass on the lake in June. The early morning topwater bite could be the most productive way to catch early morning bass. If that bite is on you can have a lot of fun catching bass for several hours. Try a Pop-r towards the back of the coves close to the flats or on the flats. If the boats and jet skis start to come out you will be protected towards the back and the waves created by the boats will not interfere with the action of your topwater lure. Look for shad in the pockets, towards the back of the coves and around docks. Try these areas early and be ready! The topwater action can be very exciting and the strikes happen quickly.

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