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    My buds and I are tinking about heading south to possibly Illinois or Missouri for a mid to late april fishing trip for a few days. Does anyone have any tips on what areas are good for crappies/bluegills and other panfish. I was particularilly interested in the lake of the ozarks, as we may want to play a little golf as well. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    A friend owns a resort down at LOzarks, he says the crappie bite is on now.

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    A guy I know owns a resort down at LOzarks, from what I have heard he says the crappie bite is on now.

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    Quote by: Ret58+1

    A friend owns a resort down at LOzarks, he says the crappie bite is on now.

    Could I possibly get some contact info for him and his resort, Thanks

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    check out a site called: lakestocken.com

    its like IA outdoors but deals with most of the lakes down south.

    dale

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    Mozingo Lake (Maryville) in NW Mo. Lake, golf course and cabins.

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    Truman resevoir in Missouri, Never fished it but have driven over/ by a few times and it looks like it has a ton of flooded timber. I bet there are a ton of panfish in it as well. But I am basing this on driving by so who knows. Have a fun trip

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    Truman resevoir in Missouri, Never fished it but have driven over/ by a few times and it looks like it has a ton of flooded timber. I bet there are a ton of panfish in it as well. But I am basing this on driving by so who knows. Have a fun trip

    I fished Truman about the same time a few years ago. Didn’t catch much. We stayed at the Bucksaw resort. Friendly guides that said fish in the flooded timber. You had to be on a cedar tree.

    I wouldn’t go back this early.

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