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wilson3
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6/26/13 8:20 AM CST
The river is projected to crest approx. 12 feet above normal in the next couple of days. Landings all under water. From looking at the pool levels up to St. Paul I do not expect the water to be back to "normal" for at least 6 weeks, barring any more major rain. It appears the level will remain high, after the crest, and not fall at all for awhile and then just fall slowly. I look at it as there will be a lot more fish to catch next year. This is the highest, over time, that I have seen the river in fifty years.

Longnose
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6/25/13 10:04 PM CST
Conditions: Raining Air Temp: 76° - 80º F Water Temp: 71° - 75° F
It was getting good until the Monsoon's came Friday. I doubt I'll even make an attempt to fish for at least a week maybe 2 weeks now

Wingdam
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6/20/13 7:52 AM CST
PM stangl52 Wink

stangl52
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6/20/13 7:10 AM CST
my cousin wants to try out of Dubuque (o'learys) and head north to fish whatever we can catch...preferably sm or lm........is this stretch of water worth the effort Wingdam? or should we try north further towards Cassville? I have tried to convince him to try the Stoddard/genoa area, but he doesn't want to travel so far.

Thanks!

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6/19/13 3:43 PM CST
What I move away and everyone quits fishing here??? Anything happening out there? What is the water level doing I heard that the ferry is going to start running this weekend for the first time this year, so it must be down below the 13ft. mark. Maybe I will just have to get down there this weekend and give it a try and post how I do Wink Later, Wingdam

tease379
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9/19/12 1:16 AM CST
Conditions: Night Time Air Temp: 66° - 70° F Water Temp: 66° - 70° F
CoolWell we have been out the last couple of late afternoons into the night and found when the sun went down the started to bite have been doing realy good on pan fish manly gills and some nice sized ones. We have been doing good useing real small jigs without bodys and tiped with a piece of worm and i mean small piece like the size of a wax worm and i tryed them and do so good. One nightcrawler should get you about 5 fish. It was funny was catching gills in about 2-3 ft of water on these little jigs i use for icefishing and and started to catch walleyes on them and nice eater size we had about 42 gills smallest around 8ins and the biggest was 11 1/2 ins but for the most part they were in the 9 to 10 in range. And we each had a limit of eyes 16 to 21 ins it has been a good couple of nights of fishing. And are suppers have been real good (YUM) Tounge Out

wilson3
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8/29/12 8:03 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
the water level is slightly low. Water temp. 77. Flow low.

Snaglpus
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8/29/12 1:30 PM CST
Was wondering how the river levels are now. We will be coming up in a month. Thanks.

wilson3
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7/26/12 8:55 PM CST
Just checked the river level and projected level. It is approx. at 8 feet which is about normal. River level is projected to be steady. Flow is low. Water Temp. 81.

redman15
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7/26/12 4:10 PM CST
What is the Water Stage at up around this area? Will be up that way next weekend? I heard it is low, but did not know

Redman

cold_front
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7/12/12 7:00 AM CST
Far N Nuff Bar is hasn't been open for like 15 to 20 years. I live only 30 minutes from that part of the Mississippi River. The Far N Nuff Boat landing is just south of Cassville on State Highway 133, then turn right of Far N Nuff Road. There is a new campground with bar called "Whitetail Bluff" if you turn left off of Far N Nuff road on to Irish Ridge Road. If you continue on State Highway 133 until you reach the intersection with county highway N to the right there is a bar called McCartney Corners. Far N Nuff area still has some of the best panfishing area around, just if you are ice fishing becareful where you walk,the cuts have current going thru them. I went for a swim two winters ago.

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7/11/12 9:32 PM CST
around 30 years ago if my mind is still working early ice we would head up here and end up fishing near a railroad tressel We also stopped for eats and drinks at a place I think they called FAR-N-Nuff bar or resort-does this place still exist and if so can someone give me directions on where it is located? Thanks people for taking the time to read this. Ponytailbill. Cool

Longnose
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7/11/12 1:06 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F Water Temp: Above 80° F
Fish rocky/sandy flats above wingdams. or riprap banks.

redman15
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7/11/12 9:02 AM CST
Question, I am looking to get on some big sheephead up that way and I am wondering where I would be able to go, or if someone would have a general area? I would be using crawdads. I heard you can catch some monsters and they are fun to catch when they are really big. I only want to fish for them not eat them. Any info would be great. Thanks

Redman

Longnose
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5/7/12 9:57 PM CST
Did you borrow that picture from roughfish.com or are you a visitor to that site? The shovelnose I have seen from this pool have been caught in April in deep water below wingdams that connect to sandbars. This year April=March. You can PM me. The preferred bait would be cutbait or dead minnows.

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