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Big events, local fishing heating up

As temperatures finally rise to mid-April levels now that the calendar has turned to May, the fish and fishermen alike can start doing what they do best. The coolest spring in years has area fisheries lagging behind, but the action is about to heat up immensely! If you have been on Lake Dardanelle the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed more crappie fishermen than ever before. We seem to be hosting an abundance […]

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Fishing Tips For February At Lake Of The Ozarks

It’s mid-February, and though the winter weather is not completely in the rear-view mirror, the temperatures—and the fishing—only get better from here on out. Local fishing pro Jim Dill points out warmer weather days, like the couple we had at the Lake this past week, will start bringing the water temperature up. Warm rains help, too, and as the temperature approaches the low-40s, fish suddenly become more active: and that means they’re feeding. To read […]

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