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    Default Little Niangua trolling bite

    Trolling 300 Bandits this weekend. I like to hit the water early and be done fishing by 9 or 10. Crappie are biting and have caught some blue cats trolling too. Pink has been best...I have gotten to where that’s primarily what I troll with...just seems to work better for me than other colors. Biggest has been 12” or so. Probably 70/30 keepers to shorts.


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    Pink must be the color for the day . They worked on Stockton today.


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    What are you targeting? Points? Flats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryan535 View Post
    What are you targeting? Points? Flats?
    20+fow along docks.


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    we were also pulling cranks on the Niangua this weekend , would agree that pink was there choice , had our baits running around 15 foot deep in 35 - 40 FOW



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    Red flicker shad was the crank due juer on MT this weekend or a chartreuse crappie spinner. At least in our boat. didn't want 300's or pink or others. Not sure what robbie was using on their's.

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    Saturday morning I caught them on chrome and black at Mark Twain but Sunday was cloudy and they wanted something with read in it.

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    Thanks for the tip about pink. I trolled the little N. for about 90 minutes and only caught one using a variety of white and chartreuse. I was about to try the sun perch, but I could tell my dad was not loving the trolling, so we switched back to fishing docks.

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