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Bull Shoals? #13194438 06/24/19 03:41 AM
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Anyone been in the fall? Thinking about going for some smallmouth and walleye action in October. Seems to have great options for other lakes nearby as well.


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Re: Bull Shoals? [Re: Hook'em79] #13194502 06/24/19 11:42 AM
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Look at the brown trout below the dam too. One of the roads to the river goes right by Ranger Boats.


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I've fished the northern end of the lake quite a bit. The Peel, AR., Buck Creek area. I've caught LMB,Small mouth, and walleye. It's a different type of lake to fish. Water is very clear and deep. You never know what you'll catch. Crank baits work for me. Beautiful country and well worth the trip.


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