Lake of the Ozarks

Camden - Missouri

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  • 811 spots

Despite its age, Lake of the Ozarks remains one of the Midwest's most productive fisheries. National, regional and local bass tournaments have added to the lake's reputation. It's also recognized as the most developed lake in the nation. Most fishing is d...

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Lake of the Ozarks Fishing Reports

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  1. These little fireballs are fun to catch! Almost caught one for each cast! 🎣😎

    Green Sunfish with a Worden's Original Rooster Tails

    1. thank you Morris! 🎣
    2. nice one Debbie
    3. Disagree Gene but thanks.
    4. Gene Cowan 0
      Warmouth! So much fun.
    5. George Horvath 0
      Invasive species in NJ.
    6. Rick Carey 0
      lol..good fishing to you Debbie an be safe
    7. carl schulze 0
    8. Haha Rick, well you never knew now do ya. thanks!
    9. Thank you Shawn! and thanks and thanks 🀣
    10. George, I think those are a native species to you area?
    11. I don’t know why it did it three times!
    12. Good looking nails! Oh and a nice mean mouth!πŸŽ£πŸ‘πŸΌ
    13. Good looking nails! Oh and a nice mean mouth!πŸŽ£πŸ‘πŸΌ
    14. Good looking nails! Oh and a nice mean mouth!πŸŽ£πŸ‘πŸΌ
    15. Rick Carey 0
      yes ma'am good one Debbie..must have got nails done where I take my daughter's..looking
    16. George Horvath 0
      In NJ it’s illegal to release them because they are considered a dangerous invasive species.
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  2. 1 lb. 12.0 in. White Bass with a Berkley Gulp! 3 in. and 4 in. Minnows

    1. Scott S 0
      Nice bunch of Crappie
  3. Red-eared Slider Turtle

    Painted Turtle

  4. 5 lb. 3 oz. 4.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a megabass jerkbait

    1. Flint Lynn 0
      uhh, buddy... I think it's asking for the length of the fish, not the bait.. and was it the Tennessee shad color?
  5. Details: 4 lb. 2 oz. 21 in. Largemouth Bass

  6. Does anyone know of any good fishing spots for next weeks tournament and the tournament is a public beach #2 and we are going for the spotted largemouth and smallmouth

    1. Riley Keithley 0
      ok thanks
    2. Flint Lynn 0
      I'd try spots 12,13, and 14 on the hotspots map. spots 9 &7 are shallow coves too, and they face the south. docks with fixed piers to bottom of the lake. I ...more hope you do well with tournament and be safe.
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  7. Tough fishing today. Caught over 25 but hardly any keepers. All about 6-7 inch. Water temp in the main channel only 50’. Several nice Kentucky bass.

    12 in. White Crappie with a Chartreuse Jig

    1. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Thank you Melissa!! 😁
    2. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Thanks Bill! I am trying 😁🎣
    3. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Thanks George!
    4. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Thanks Rick, we tried almost everything but water temps are still around 50 so just needs to warm up I think. Good advice πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    5. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Thank you Chad!!
    6. Melissa Norris 0
      Great job!πŸ˜€πŸ˜
    7. George Horvath 0
    8. Rick Carey 0
      nice one Debbie..try some bobby garlands..they work well small 1/32oz some spray scent helps too..keep it up dear
    9. Chad Jaco 0
      Nice job Debbie!!
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  8. Went out early with my brother and caught many 15" close to the bank. This was the largest from this morning. Lots of fog and rain.

    19.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a Pumpkin Seed Lizard

    1. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Thank you Thomas!
    2. Thomas Moore 0
      Deb, I love following all your fish, especially the crappie. Keep it up. maybe I will need to fish with you sometime
    3. Thomas Moore 0
      Deb, I love following all your fish, especially the crappie. Keep it up. maybe I will need to fish with you sometime
    4. M Craig 0
      hi friend
    5. Debbie Ferguson 0
      Wow thank you all! Its been cold and the Crappie bite is terrible but the bass have been cooperating. Life is good! Love this lake for sure! Tight lines 😁🎣
    6. dave miller 0
      as always nice job DebπŸ†
    7. Melissa Norris 0
      Nice one!πŸ˜€πŸ˜
    8. Buddy Pierce 0
      nice bass!!! great picture.
    9. George Horvath 0
      Looks like a spotted bass
    10. b ripoer 0
      Very nice Debbie.
    11. Joe Garding 0
      how you been Debbie this is Joe I am back
    12. Scott Schulte 0
      Nice Job!!!!!!
    13. Rick S 0
      Nice one!
    14. Robert Coleman 0
      Beautiful markings on that one! Nice catch Debbie! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    15. Neal M 0
      nice catch
    16. Chad Jaco 0
      That's a nice one Debbie!!!
    17. Bryan Harper 0
      Nice catch!πŸŽ£πŸ‘
    18. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      that’s a beautiful bass Debbie πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    19. Shawn Jordan 0
      Lake Of The Ozarks is a beautiful place as well :)
    20. Shawn Jordan 0
      Very nice catch Debbie - I am looking forward to getting out on the lake either Stockton or Taneycomo soon love to fish boh these lakes - crappie - black bass - ...more white bass - walleye and trout at Lake Taneycomo - beautiful time of the year to be o the lakes just to be out in nature gotta love it !!!
    21. Tod Fisher 0
      That's a beauty, Debbie
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