The Sycamore Creek Couples League continued its 2015 season Sunday, May 17. The following are the results.
Both state park beaches that serve Lake of the Ozarks are scheduled to open this weekend.
It takes age and experience to grasp the old adage, “It’s better to give than receive.”
Members of the State Fair Community College Bass Fishing Club, “The Roadrunners,” competed in their first fishing tournament, the 2015 Spring Bass Bash, April 18-19 at the Lake of the Ozarks.
It is important today’s youth learn how to fish, and some excel in the sport. One Lake Area student has become part of the first ever Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Superintendent Colonel J. Bret Johnson asks the public to be aware of National Safe Boating Week, which takes place May 16-22.
Golfers and supporters are asked to participate in the annual Tee it Up for Down Syndrome par-3 golf tournament Sunday, May 17 at Osage National Golf Resort in Lake Ozark.
The AT&T Veterans St. Louis / Metro East and Missouri West Chapters would like to invite fishermen to the upcoming “Catch a Vet” charity fishing tournament Saturday at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach.
The discovery was made after a local angler produced a video he had taken of several male sturgeon engaged in spawning activity near West Alton.
Trying to understand directions on Lake of the Ozarks is like cracking some sort of secret code.
A plethora of large, medium and small fishing tournaments continue at Lake of the Ozarks and started earlier this spring. Whether is fishing for bass or crappie, many tournaments bring home great payouts to participants and allow both professional and amateur fishermen a chance to “test the waters” on a new crop of fish at the Lake.
Baltimore orioles are one of Missouri’s favorite summertime residents
You often hear them before you see them. Their song sounds almost like the music of a very sweet toned flute.
The Missouri Department of Conservation and Missouri Department of Natural Resources will offer free fishing and other fun activities for kids ages 15 years and younger on Saturday at Bennett Spring State Park near Lebanon.
With some crappie already spawning and others moving to the banks to spawn, fishermen are finding all types of jigs are reeling keepers and allowing them to reach their daily limit. However, one bait is what many crappie are hungry for while the spawn is on: minnows.
Fishing is one of the greatest ways I know of to spend time together as a family.