Fishing Report 5/13/16

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Fishing Report 5/13/16


Baldwin * Catfish good on the north end using cut bait; bluegill are coming on using worms; bass fair in deep water using crankbaits and spinners; crappie fair using minnows and jigs.

Busch Area * Lake 33: Water temperature is 63 degrees, normal and clear. Catfish fair using doughbaits, cut baits or livers; crappie fair using minnows and jigs; bluegill fair using worms, crickets and natural bait; black bass fair. Lakes 3, 4, 5, 7 and 23: Water temperature is 63 degrees, normal and clear. Catfish fair using livers, doughbaits or cut baits; black bass fair using spinnerbaits, plastic worms or crankbaits; crappie fair using minnows and jigs; bluegill fair using natural baits, worms and crickets.

Bull Shoals * East: Water temperature is 63 degrees, normal and dingy. White bass fair using swimming minnows; black bass fair using artificial lures; crappie fair using minnows and jigs. West: Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and dingy. White bass good using live minnows, soft plastics, spinnerbaits and jigs; black bass fair using soft plastics and jigs; walleye fair using Rogues, jigs and live baits below Powersite Dam and in the Beaver Creek area; crappie fair using live minnows, soft plastics and jigs around submerged timber and closer to the bank; black bass fair using soft plastics and jigs.

Carlyle Lake * Crappie good along the rocks using tube jigs and minnows; catfish good using cut shad; sauger fair; white bass good using jigs; bluegill fair using worms.

Clearwater * Water temperature is 70 degrees, rising and clear. Crappie fair using minnow swimbaits, tine Torpedoes and chartreuse jigs around brush piles; white bass fair; catfish fair using minnows; other species largemouth bass, black bass and bluegill slow.

Coffeen * Rain has been a problem. Water is normal and a little cloudy. Bass good using minnows, plastic jigs and nightcrawlers; crappie good using Sonny's Stink bait and minnows; catfish slow.

Council Bluff * Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and clear. Largemouth bass fair using dark-colored plastics and worms during low-light periods; bluegill fair using worms and crickets; redear sunfish fair using worms; other species crappie and channel catfish slow.

Hunnewell * Water temperature is 70 degrees, normal and dingy. Blue catfish and channel catfish fair using earthworms; crappie fair using jigs; bluegill fair using flies; other species slow.

Kinkaid * Crappie good using minnows and jigs in 4-8 feet; bass fair using a variety of baits; bluegill good but running small; muskie fishing has been inconsistent.

Lake of the Ozarks * Bagnell Tailwater section: Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish slow using worms, cut baits and chicken livers; crappie fair using minnows and crappie jigs; black bass slow using dark-colored soft plastics or buzzbaits; white bass good using light-colored soft plastics, spoons or Rooster Tails. Glaize section: Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish fair using cut baits, chicken livers or whole shad; crappie slow using minnows or crappie jigs; white bass fair using dark-colored soft plastics and crappie jigs. Gravois section: Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish fair using cut baits; crappie fair using jigs; black bass fair; white bass fair. Niangua section: Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish fair using cut shad; crappie fair using minnows or dark- colored jigs; bass fair using crankbaits or dark-colored worms. Osage section: Water temperature is 68 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish fair using cut shad; crappie fair using minnows or dark- colored jigs; bass fair using crankbaits or dark-colored worms.

Lake Shelbyville * Water temperature is 62 degrees and two feet under summer pool. Crappie are good in main lake points and in coves on secondary points using a slip bobber and minnow rig set at about 8 feet.

Lake Taneycomo * Water temperature is 52 degrees, normal and dingy. …

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