Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1976 · Page 37
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B · J4ortfcw»st Aritamas TIMES, Wsd. f April 21, 1976 E, ARKANSAS J)orti)U)cst SUIuinsas (Tunes OUTDOOR SPORTS - Fishing - Hunting - Floating With Aubrey Shepherd ' OZARK BASS CLUB and Gilmore Tackle Co. have set May 2 for the second annual.Ozurk Bass Club ^ Gilmore Tackle Open Tournament. Unfortunately ;iJi at is liie'weekend oi IJK Ilunlsville Jaycees Hillbilly Open' contest on Beaver May 1 and the Poor Boy Bats Association tournament on May 2 at BcAiver. Even worse, there is a so-called Stale Tournament that same weekend! on Lake DeGray. It is frustrating to have several competing contests on the same weekend. Actually, there may be plenty of anglers to muke all the e tournaments - successful .,on ,.a weekend when the fishing likely will be peaking all o\er Ark ah 535: Of all these contests on t h a t weekend, the Ozark everit is the only team or "BUDDY", tournament ,* where partners arrive together arid'fish', together. For people who prefer to enter tha' sort of tounmmcnt, the selting at Vine Prairie Recreation Area south of the town of Mulberry 'on the Ozaik Pool of the Arkansas River should be .perfect. ;Entry fee for ttie .Ozark contest ·is to be $10-per person or $20 caught a Four-pound bhick bass on-.a .jig and:frog. Gre^ Cope- and took a four-pound six- ounce'black" bass. Jim-Taylor and Roger O'Neill took limits on a IJLLJJ Wi. li Parker iVoods caught a live pound black bass on a jig and frog WAR EAGLE DOCK reports that Larry Barnes and a buddy caught 27 crappte on H Scarab. Fred Turrenline caiigbt eipht black bass- on -a~;s pinner btiit. Bill Deeruig and Jim Keene took eight black bass to three pounds on : plastic worms. Surface,-temperature has been around 62 !his \s'epk, TWIN FALLS DOCK repor! fishing was excellent unti Monday -,' when - Lake Francis rose "a Toot «nd Illinois REve: below . : ;the',~ dam went up Four feet':? .Crappie, calFisb and bi; bass were- biting great arc should be again when Inc water recedes] PRAIRIE CREEK MARINA n Beaver Lake 3s expecting : big 'crowd for the Midwcs Husbands and Wives BMSS Fishing Association (ournamen April 24-25, judging by the facl team, HUNTSV1LLE J A Y C E E S drau'-for-partners , H i 11 bi 11 Championship at Bea\er on Saturdaj May 1 is a $20 per per on event, as K the Poor Boy tournament on Sunday May 2 While some an^tcrs win't enter a ' budds event because -of the ease with which cheating imay take place in_-such a tour- 'nament, others won't enter % "draw" event, because they do !not want to take a chance, on having to fish wilh a stranger. Anyway, Mav 2 will offer "a " ' ' " " t o -choose ^ _ committei ; myself lo cover and fish in the two Bttiver Lake tournaments '(hat weekend, long before 1 hac ;heard oF any ojrtiers - Information and enlrv bianka -for the Ozark Basa Club-Gil _Triore' Tackle Open may he obtained by writing Ozark Bass ·" ' -- *" '.Iain Ozark Information variety of events from. I long ago Club, 207 West Arkurisas 72949. abouti the PBBA content 'may be obtained b y . writing Greg · Copeland, P.O." Box 229, Fay ;eltevil!e. Arkansas, 72701. .HICKORY CREEK reports that Roy Smith and . Charles Pope caught'60'white bass, up to three pounds using an assortment' of Hires. Gene Cloer and dingy after the heavy early week rains. Small black bass ·ire hitting jig and eel and phis tic worm*; * i E BILL RUBLE ot S i l o a m irings caught an eight-pound Jack bass o n ' a "jig and pork ..milk in eight feet of waler Wishing at night on Tciikil.cr. (Burl Snodgrass of Lincoln janghl a -11 pound ffalhead cat fish on his trollme thu \\cek end. Also ;he has' been taking ti lot of crappie.-Crappio fishing is still good but. many big ones have Ml the banks now. B^ss fishing is best 'at night. The rains lowered ' : the surface temperature from 64 to 0" after the big rains. K U K A U L A LAKE fishing wa: good over the weekend, de-spite the i weather, .Teresa Hemphil! of Tulsa caught nine crappie, lllluO v\ *,C "Vi pOUnclS Ste" is "only 11 yea'rs old. Dan olvert oMulsa and Jack Dickon took seven black bass, with ;mg by oat sta that all their boat stalls have been reserved. For information about entering the event phone 8Iti452-D550 for Glen William! in Kansas City. The fish moved off ths banks over , the .weekend. The weather as the controlling factor oter the weekend and early' in the weekend with high winds an- rain putting the 'fish -off their feed and the : anglers off thi lake TABLE ROCK Lake's 13 Dock reports that . bass ' fishing con tuiues to bv good especially a night Two boats brought in 6C pounds of bass in tne three to six pound,, cfess nn^ night The bass are ' busting ' shat back in; the -coves. 'A few ba.-,s are being taken on surfao lures. Most" fishing is. on plasti worms, and · jig. and . eel, Witt the surface temperature arou'nc 60 degrees most of the good fisl are along the tanks. The levo is 915.50. 'The water is clear arid stable. BULL SHOALS D.OCK reports that the lake is ^ power pool. Both black and, \vhii2' basi are biting ' wellr^ Surface lures jig and eel, live minnows and grubs lare all working- The bass fishing Is ' so good that few crappie fishermen have been it action. 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The cvcl is 582.5 .with a- surface cmpcrnlure 1 of 55. The water was rising early in Iho week, PRAIRIE GROVE JAYCKK.S iavc.aMrap slioot set for llieir arrti" x at the sewage ptanl west of Prairie Grove.Sunday April 25. STETSON'S RKSORT reports ;bat [Lshhig WEIS slow over the weekend as IJie water flue Luatcd a riot below Bull Shoals D a m . ' M i k e Dye of Forl Smith iicicl Juntoi' Crabtrce took limits of trout. BLAKEMORE SPORT SHOP reports thai. Larry Boster caught n 514 pound and a two pound 12-outicc black' bass a charticuse BSb t«m spiti He was fishing a Prairio Grove nrca pond. Charley Watson, Wayne Woolen and ; I\lurph Pair gOl i big Stllllg Of lAt s t by a 5J4 1 pounder one day while fishing Lake Wedingtoii with plastic worms and spinner . Skip Kcene and| Ron Jor- inn look channel catfish al ll'/4 loututs and 13 pounds by [isliing ninnows. Larry," Long and Mel* '!» Long took a string of (AiUish roih TtmkiLlcr lopped by "a ten )0ii]idcr: Mark : Andrews and Jeff Sanders took six bass· averting about thrco pounds plus i Four pounder on charlreiwe DSS.iandem spins, POWELL- PARK MARINA ic|»rts thai basb H I I Iho one to three pound class are hitting jAick worms and topwaters cceasionallybackiin the coves. Green ' grubs are takingl Ihe deep -fish at, 12-18 feet, along brush'pUra on creek banks: Big bass arc still : spawning in shallow water back in the brush. The surface temperature is about ' 61 degrees, and the lake is Jioi'hial level HOllSKSKCE B E N D MART NA reports plenty of crappie h a v e ' ' b e e n ' brought in lately John Ramsay of Huntsville lught a four-pound I2-ounc« -lackbass on a jig and frog. Reaver Lake anglers suffered rom higli ttlnds o\cr Itic wcck- cml nncl rain early in Ihe week. LOST BRIDGE MARINA rcporls. that: 20'while bass'to luce pounds were cauglit by J ack Cl inloh of. Garth age, Mo. Harold Hnpgood-qf Pea Ridge look 10 black Irass lo five iwut'uls. Paul Myers look 10 up :o about fi\c pounds Charle tlappe took 34 while bass to Ihree pounds. Lloyd Cloud oC Curtilage :taugKl 33 while bass lo three pounds. Calvin :Sarrct of Garfield'took 24 while bass lo 3V'z pounds. ROCKY BRANCH MARINA reports lhal Bob Bernoleit : loo! a limil of black bass on a plas- Uc worm. . Bill .: Goheen ''o S[ringdale look 10 black bas and eight white .bass. Garland Parsons caught;an eighl-po'undj. sevcu-ounce hlack bass on a jig and frog. .Quinlon Parsons f d . seym-pound nvwui.ee I Wendell Powell bass o n a jig tmd rrogjrf black bass on caught » Umfl a jis and trfe. 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