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LOZ Fishing Report 11/22/2013

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MO. Fishing Report Officer
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Found a new report for Lake of the Ozarks only. This comes from Lake News Online. Link at bottom of page. I don't know how often this is updated, but will try to post as soon as possible.
By Darrell Taylor
Posted Nov. 22, 2013 @ 5:00 am

The lake level was 658.8; with medium to minimum generation scheduled, the lake should hold there until the weekend. Surface temperature at Bagnell Dam was 60 degrees; tributary temperatures are 54 to 64 degrees depending on location and time of day. Ameren’s plan it to begin the annual drawdown to 654.0 after January 1. Truman Lake is still one foot over pool.
Very little has changed in the fishing report.
BLACK BASS – No tournaments reported last week. Lower Osage: Poor to fair, try buzzbaits early and spinnerbaits around docks later. Also, try Bullseye jigs tipped with Berkley’s Havoc Craw Fatty or Yum’s Pit Boss on shallow points. Glaize Arm: Poor to fair, try shaky head jigs tipped with soft plastics around dock brush. Mid-Lake: Poor to fair, try brown Crock-O-Gator jigs on points and around dock brush. Niangua Arm: Poor to fair, try Money Craws, shaky heads, or jigs around docks. Early and late try topwaters like Heddon’s Zara Spook. Little Niangua River: No reported fish. Gravois Arm: Poor to fair, try jigs tipped with Berkley’s 4-inch Chigger Craw. Upper Osage: Poor to fair, try spinnerbaits toward the front of coves. Osage 60 MM: Fair, bass are just moving into coves.
CATFISH – Bagnell Dam Tailwater: Good for flatheads on cut bait. Lower Osage: Good on rod and reel baited with cut bait. Glaize Arm: Fair to good, try coves with nightcrawlers or chicken livers. Mid-Lake: Very good, try cut bait or beef hearts on jug lines. Niangua Arm: Fair to good on cut shad, try drifting coves. Little Niangua River: Very slow. Gravois Arm: Fair to good on rod and reel baited with dead minnows or cut shad. Upper Osage: Good, try shad sides or ‘perch’. Osage 60 MM: Very good, try drifting coves with live shad, or near docks with crayfish. Truman Tailwater: Good on cut bait.
CRAPPIE – Bagnell Dam Tailwater: No reported fish. Lower Osage: Good, try minnows or jigs around big boat docks. Glaize Arm: Very good, try minnows fished around boat docks. Mid-Lake: Very good under condominium docks, try minnows 8 feet deep. Niangua Arm: Good, try jigs over brush 6 to 8 feet deep. Little Niangua River: Fair to good in deeper holes. Gravois Arm: Very good, try minnows or blue-and-white jigs around docks. Upper Osage: Very good on medium minnows 10 to 12 feet deep. Osage 60 MM: Very good on main channel docks, fish are 12 to 14 feet deep.


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