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Chris Rolph poses with his catch of blue catfish, weighing 96 lbs. in the Ohio River near downtown Cincinnati on
June 11, 2009 . Rolph's catch is 54.5 inches in length with a 36 inch girth. His catch is awaiting certification as the new
state record blue catfish pending review by the Outdoor Writers of Ohio State Record Fish Committee. It will replace the first
ever state record blue catfish certified in 2008 of 57 pounds 3.2 ounces.
(AP Photo/Ohio Department of Natural Resources)
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Overton Bottoms on the Missouri River Take exit 111 off Interstate 70 east of Boonville and west of Columbia,
Missouri. Go north just 100 yards to Hwy 98. Turn right on 98 and drive 2 miles to Taylor's Landing.
View of Manitou Bluffs from Taylor's Landing
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Missouri River, Sibley, Mo
Bagnell Dam is my favorite place to get shad, you can go all the
way up to the dam and catch bait.
Throw your net out and let it sink about 3 or 4 seconds and haul
them up, watch out for the monster rocks they will eat a throw net in one bite.
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Eagle Bluffs Conservation
6 miles southwest of Columbia, near McBaine,off Route K. This 4,269-acre wetland area provides 10 miles of stream frontage
on Eagle Bluffs.
These marshes provide year-round habitat for migrating and wintering birds as well as apermanent home for wildlife. Theres
a large parking lot at the river a long dike on the south side (No Boat Ramp)
There are several Blow Holes (Flood Ponds) and Hatchery ponds. Fishing is permitted but you must have to get a permit
for Catching Live Bait at the Conservation office located on Hwy
Public Access to Lake of the Ozarks
1. Bagnell Dam Access - Lake Ozark Lake Road 54-50 South
of Bagnell Dam off Hwy. 54 573-346-2210
Bagnell Dam Access Map
2. Coffman Beach Access - Rocky Mount Lake
Road Y-20 14 miles SW of Eldon off Hwy. Y 573-346-2210
Coffman Beach Access Map
3. Gravois Mills Access - Gravois Mills
On Highway 5 next to the bridge 573-346-2210
Gravois Mills Access Map
4. Shawnee Bend Public Access - Sunrise Beach
Hwy. 5 to Hwy. F on Hwy. TT 2 miles from Community Bridge 573-346-2210
Shawnee Bend Access map
5. Pa He Tsi Access (Public Beach #2) - Osage Beach
Lake of the Ozarks State Park Off Hwy. 54 573-348-2694
Pa He Tsi public Acess
6. McCubbin's Point - Osage Beach
Lake of the Ozarks State Park Hwy. 54 to Hwy. A off Lake Road A-33 573-348-2694
McCubbin's Point Map
7. Public Beach #1 - Lake Ozark
Hwy. 54 to Hwy. 42 Lake of the Ozarks State Park, Exit #134 573-348-2694
Public Beach #1 - Lake Ozark
8. Larry R. Gale Access - Roach
Hwy 54 to Lake Road AA to Lake Road AA-101D 573-346-2210
Larry R. Gale Access
9. Brown Bend Access
Hwy. 7 to Hwy. DD to Hwy. FF on Lake Road FF-14 573-346-2210
Brown Bend Access
Missouri River, Sibley, Mo