James River

Discussion in 'MISSOURI RIVERS TALK' started by KAYAK CAT KILLER, May 21, 2009.

  1. KAYAK CAT KILLER

    KAYAK CAT KILLER New Member

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    Just wondering if anyone has been fishing the James River becides ME?
     
  2. Mo.Hick

    Mo.Hick Active Member

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    I dont fish that river but Welcome to the BOC Casey.

    Tom
     

  3. bluejay

    bluejay Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the BOC Casey.
     
  4. KAYAK CAT KILLER

    KAYAK CAT KILLER New Member

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    Why not ? I here a lot of people say a lot of funny things about that river. I have fished almost every river in southern Missouri and I love the james. You never know what you r getting ready to bring up to the boat.
     
  5. KAYAK CAT KILLER

    KAYAK CAT KILLER New Member

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    I put in at Hwy 160 bridge or most of the time Delaware Access. floated last sunday from 160 to delaware. about 13 miles. Caught 2 lunker small mouth. Stringer of channels. I live about 10 min from delaware town access. NIXA
     
  6. KAYAK CAT KILLER

    KAYAK CAT KILLER New Member

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    Thaks for the welcome Bluejay.
     
  7. Richmond River Rat

    Richmond River Rat New Member

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    dutch gap is crazy right now, fish are jumpin into the boat!
     
  8. Blade4130

    Blade4130 Well-Known Member

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    I have only ever snagged the james for spoonbill. I'm sure it's a decent river for catfish. Welcome to the BOC:big_smile:
     
  9. Seth

    Seth Active Member

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    Every now and then we snag a big channel or a nice flathead down around Walnut Springs where we snag. Only time I've caught catfish was when I dunked worms by the cleaning stations during snagging season. Just a fun way to catcha bunch of dinks.