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Bull Shoals Fishing Reports


2014-06-20
8:24 AM

Crappie Tactics - As you may already know, the crappie can be very picky at times so you never know what they will be in the mood for when you head out. By having different colors, styles and sizes on hand you can switch around until you discover which one is more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-06-07
9:16 AM

Black Crappie trick - Know the Species The more you know about the black crappie the easier it will be to locate them and reel in a nice catch. Learn their feeding habits and where they can be found during each season. For instance, during spawning season they more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-06-05
8:29 AM

Transition from Spring to Summer has started - Bull Shoals is fishing well with mid-lake temperatures in the mid-70s, up several degrees from just a week ago. There was a definite slump in action late last week when the weather pattern shifted from 20 mph winds to hot and flat calm. The hot calm more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-06-02
8:55 AM

CRAPPIE CANDY - Wax worms can make an EXCELLENT crappie bait in some situations. You can breed them yourself. You'll feed them a mixture of cereal and honey. They will survive for long periods so you'll have some whenever you need them. Just make more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-05-31
7:24 AM

Crappie fishing is SUPER - If you discover a great spot with great crappie action, be sure to mark it on your graph, map or just make special note of it in your mind if you're the type of person who can remember locations well. This is where you will want to come back ag more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-05-29
10:30 AM

Fishing is really turning on!!! - Bass- --- plastic baits in 5 to 15 feet of water. Mostly carolina rigged lizards, brush hogs, French fry worms, and 4-7 inch plastic worms. Carolina rigging is the most popular for this. Some of you don't know what this is so I will try to paint more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-05-26
10:24 AM

Lilly Pad Crappie Fishing - The Lily Pad Crappie Strategy To catch crappie around lily pads, you'll want to start by easing up to the lily pads and try something like a 12 foot pole with 8-pound test. Couple it with a -ounce jig head, and you've got your rig. more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2014-03-23
11:46 AM

Early Trout - Subject: Trout Fishing from GASTONS on the White By DON SCHNABLE The preferred rod and reel set up includes a 6'-6'6 light action rod with 4-6 pound test line. On lower water conditions, spoon fishing has been the go to for most more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2013-11-10
11:28 AM

Fall Pattern - October 25th- 2013 Hello everybody ! The lake is turning over as it usually does this time of year. The water temperature is around 70 degrees on the surface and in the low 60's all the way down to 45-50 feet. The thermocline was around 45 fee more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals


2013-10-13
10:33 AM

Fall patterns are starting - Subject: Bull Shoals from the EAST Side Don Schnable The water temperature has started to drop and the people fishing has gone up so there are more fish being caught. The temperature is in the mid 70's on the surface around t more...
Don Schnable - Bull Shoals

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