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Lake Of The Ozarks Missouri Strippers
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Summer walleye are deep. Fishermen have learned to troll special walleye rigs, or to fish vertically in the depths off of points or underwater humps. I spent a day down at Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes last week, and I am astounded by how clear the water is. Bull Shoals had a turquoise look to it that I have never seen before, but I believe you could see a quarter on the bottom in 25 feet of water. Today, both are walleye lakes, and Norfork is likely the best striper fishing in the Ozarks, though Beaver Lake would claim to be just as good. I often tell beginning fishermen who want to learn how to fish for a particular species, or fish a particular lake to find a good guide and spend the money to learn from them and catch fish at the same time. Right now, mid-day fishing on either lake would seem to me to be very tough. I am sure that most bass, crappie and walleye are very deep much of the day. Walleye and crappie likely stay deep all the time, while bass move into shallower water for brief periods all summer long, and then begin to surface late in the summer as they gather and feed on schools of shad.
While stripers are native to salt water, they naturally migrate into fresh water streams to spawn. Their eggs must remain in motion in order to hatch so the fresh water rivers and streams become the ideal spawning grounds for stripers. Landlocked stripers then populate the lakes. When fishing for stripers concentrate on the deeper waters in the lake. If you can locate schools of shad, stripers are often close by. When the baitfish are shallow over the deep water, you can catch stripers on crankbaits or by swimming spoons at appropriate depths.