1. 5 lb. 1 oz. 24 in. Walleye with a jig and crawler

  2. Largemouth Bass with a jig and crawler

    1. Darryl Roane 0
      nice shrooms! Don’t have those in western Kansas😉
  3. 15 in. White Crappie with a Rapala Original Floaters

    1. Josh Sommerville 0
      Nice one Darryl👍🏻👍🏻
    2. Shawn Jordan 0
      helluva catch Darryl - nicely done that's a dandy crappie catch in anyone's book!!!
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  4. 15 in. Largemouth Bass with a Rapala Ultra Light Cranks

  5. 3.4 # smallie drifting flat for walleye. Nice surprise

    Smallmouth Bass with a Jig and Crawler

  6. 25 in. Walleye

    1. Steven G 0
      Nice eye good catxh
    2. Dino Kayak Angler 0
      Nice walleye sir ! @ S R ?
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  7. Planning a walleye trip to Bull Shoals. Have never fished there but am taking my fishing buddy along and this is where he wanted to try. Anyone have a general ...more area on the lake where we might get started? Be down there at end of April.

    Any help would greatly be appreciated.

    1. Steven G 0
      Also not sure how to operate social media sites to well. Fish finder yes ,social media not so much.
    2. Steven G 0
      No problem. Enjoy your time there. Awsome place.
    3. Darryl Roane 0
      Thanks for the info.
    4. Steven G 0
      I live on the lake and fish eyes almost exclusively. April can be difficult day time bite at times but if you fish a suspending jerkbait at or around dark mornings ...more or evenings you will catch some good fish. Stick with natural color the Ricky Clunn style bait work well . Rouges,rapala all good. 8 to 10 lb florocarbon is what I throw them on.Right before dark or right after daylight you can pitch shad raps or paddle tails ,flukes and pick up some. Find long tapering points. Try to locate four or five points close together . I mean like a 5 minute ride from each other. Then Drive them in the daylight to see what you will be casting into. Then fish one .If you pick up a fish or two move to the next spot. Dont camp out on one spot. Absolute biggest mistake you can make on the bull. So catch a fish or 2 then move to the next one catch a fish or and move . Just keep an eye on all your points (this is the reason I keep them close together)and if you see someone else on another just move to one of the other you scope out and so on and so on If it's a tough bite for eyes after daylight switch to smallmouth . We have some fantastic smallmouth fishing. More of quantity then size but you get alot in 1 to 3 lbs.
    5. Jason Compton 0
      The best advice I can give, when I was there everyone, and I do mean everyone, was friendly so ask around and they should put you on fish: local guides, fisherman ...more you meet at the dock, they should tell you what patterns are working and generally what to look for.
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Kansas walleye fisherman. Fish for about any species. Looking to retire in about a year and a half and ready to spend lots of quality time ...more on the water with my fishing buddies.