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Missouri by Omaha

  • sinister-fishing
    Participant
    Omaha, Ne for now
    Posts: 293
    #1310863

    We decided to see what we could catch just south of Omaha. We put in yesterday morning with sunny sky’s and no wind and caught a couple nice ones quick. By 10:30 the clouds came in and the fishing slowed down. Not to bad of a day



    belletaine
    Participant
    Nevis, MN
    Posts: 5116
    #1202000

    Nice fish Del! They’re not Park Rapids fish but still nice!

    sinister-fishing
    Participant
    Omaha, Ne for now
    Posts: 293
    #1202021

    I agree. lol… It just felt great to finally get a rod back in my hand. My shoulder was sore after each fish but we had plenty of time in between fish.

    huskerdb
    Participant
    Kearney, Nebraska
    Posts: 73
    #1202080

    Nice looking fish.

    whitetips2
    Participant
    Posts: 100
    #1202155

    That is really good for that stretch of river! Not many walleye, smallmouth bass and northern pike are caught that far south, but you never know what you might catch on the river, especially after the great flood of 2011.

    Daryl Bauer
    Fisheries Outreach Program Manager
    Nebraska Game & Parks Commission
    [email protected]
    Bauer’s Barbs and Backlashes

    sinister-fishing
    Participant
    Omaha, Ne for now
    Posts: 293
    #1202174

    We were pretty shocked ourselves. We usually get them up by Decatur not sour of Omaha. Very true Deryl,u never know what your going to get. We also caught a 15# Flathead but my phone died and didn’t get a pic. We caught them on white moxies and white double tailed powerbait grubs on 1/4 and 3/8 jig heads depending on amount of current.

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