Missouri River

Discussion in 'MISSOURI RIVERS TALK' started by FLOAT TRIP WILLIE, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. FLOAT TRIP WILLIE

    FLOAT TRIP WILLIE Active Member

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    is anyone doing any good on the missouri river?
    If so what are they hitting? They want touch my shad:crazy:
     
  2. cpalombo

    cpalombo New Member

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    I am going to stay off the MO for a bit longer. It is still high as of a few days back.
    CP
     

  3. theonecatfishbob

    theonecatfishbob New Member

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    Wright City, Missouri
    I fished the MO. yesterday Willie. I didnt get a bite I could pull on. I thought it was falling. According to the nws prediction it was supposed to be. But I kept noticing the straw on my lines when I pulled them in. It was also very dirty. Guess I should have known it was raising. I went back down to the Mississippi and finally caught a 40 lber. I hope I can do a lot better in the Alton tournament tomorrow night.
     
  4. OlDrum

    OlDrum New Member

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    Missouri
    What about the Alton Tournament? Is there any information on it anywhere? I am not going to be in the Alton area tomorrow night but I am curious about the tournament.
     
  5. theonecatfishbob

    theonecatfishbob New Member

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    We will start a 3 pm and fish till midnight. entry is 80 dollars. You must be at the Alton ramp by 2:30 for a meeting. At 3 you can take off from there either by water or trailer to the ramp of your choice. You must be in weigh in line by 1:00 am.
     
  6. blackhorse83

    blackhorse83 New Member

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    Good luck at Alton guys, catch a bunch, just not toooooooooo big, Bob
     
  7. backedde

    backedde New Member

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    caught a few on perch and a few on catopa worms. nothing real big though, and they were close to the banks.