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Shell Knob, MO Fishing Report

Table Rock Lake's water temperature is slowly cooling. Daytime temps still in the high 80's,  and staying above 60 at night leaves the water temp in the high 70's.  Water level is 911'.

Bass fishing is picking up just in time for Shell Knob's  Homer Sloan Buddy Bass Tournament to be held this Saturday, October 6.

 

FishingFish will be found in several different locations, therefore different types of lures will be needed.  Tom Koob, Shell Knob resident fishing expert, reports having had bass last week on topwaters, crankbaits and soft plastic jerkbaits.

 

There were fish in the backs of coves, around points and on main lake flats.  Carolina rigs and jigs are also working well at medium depths.

 

The water is finally starting to cool .  Fish are moving around a lot and are feeding on large schools of shad. 

 

 

Call Joan for Additional Area and lake information.  417-858-2209 

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Rainer
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Joanne Hanson
Summit County, Colorado Realtor
Coldwell Banker Colorado Rockies Real Estate
Hi Joan, I always enjoy your posts as they are so local!  Remember when we were looking for another Joan or Joanne for this group?  We are up to 75 members now.  I love reading about all the different second home markets.
October 04, 2007 11:55 PM
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Joan Snodgrass
Midamerica Referral Network
Thanks Joanne.  Yes, as our numbers grow in AR, so do the groups.  You had a good idea there in starting it.  It's interesting watching different sections of the country, as your market gets busier, my market gets very dry.  The seasons control, as do the locations.
October 05, 2007 09:25 AM
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