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Old 02-04-2011, 11:18 AM
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Default Re: Southwest Missouri Fishing Destinations

There is all kinds of stuff if you want to drive alittle bit. taney is right there in down, unless you want to fish by the discharge side of the damn, you will be bank fishing or need a boat. Its more a river then a lake.

About and hour away in any direction is several places, Roaring River State park, about an hour west, gorgious place, lots of stream to fish, you will catch rainbows. Then if you want to go more native/stream/wild fish there is Capps Creek and Crane Creek about an hour North. Then you can go about an hour or two southeast-ish and hit the upper white river after it empties from Bull Shoals lake, its technically in Arkansas but it has rainbow, browns ( some big ole ones too ) brooks and cutthroat in it.
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