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    I'm new to the site and have gotten some good info just visiting it. I got info on stained water that helped me in a tourney last weekend on Pomme de Terre (Missouri) I took 4th out of 31 boats. I was pretty happy since it was my first tourney. Anyway...I live closer to Table Rock and would like to start crappie fishing there (gas prices are killin me) verses Lake of the Ozarks and Pomme. I've heard the James River arm is ok, but I'm pretty much lost as to how to fish that lake. Any pointers?
    TomS

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    I know nothing on the crappie fishing on this lake, but there is a few on the Missouri board that do. Post it on there you might have better luck with some help... congrats on the tournament.
    Ted
    Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night will keep me from crappie fishing!
    2010 Lake of the Ozarks Super Slab Champion

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    Tom. Although I'm from the Il.--Wis area........ I fished Table Rock lake last April 17--23.
    I spent the first three days hunting in the main lake area, then heard about the James River area........ Did much better there....... I put in @ a place called " Cape Fear" ( not the real name, but I'm sure if you ask the locals, they'll know). There's a State Park there with ramps ( $ 3.00 a day).
    Down stream about a mile or two, there's many small coves, most of them had warmer water, & held Crappie.
    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomS
    I'm new to the site and have gotten some good info just visiting it. I got info on stained water that helped me in a tourney last weekend on Pomme de Terre (Missouri) I took 4th out of 31 boats. I was pretty happy since it was my first tourney. Anyway...I live closer to Table Rock and would like to start crappie fishing there (gas prices are killin me) verses Lake of the Ozarks and Pomme. I've heard the James River arm is ok, but I'm pretty much lost as to how to fish that lake. Any pointers?
    TomS
    Tom,
    Make this post to the Missouri board and you may get more answers, we have several from Table Rock lake on here. I would like to fish there sometime this year myself.
    Gas prices are killing me also.
    Duane

    My soon to be ex-wife calls me a CrappieHead

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    Welcome Tom. Can not help you on those lakes. lol
    Today is a great day

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    Talking Table Rock

    I fished Table Rock the other week on my pc game. I caught a bunch of crappie using a pearl colored grup texas style. :D :D :D :D
    Hey where's my float.

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