I enjoy fishing road trips and coming across new bodies of water. If you compete back east and travel like Troy and I do, then opportunities to explore are bound to present themselves.
Towards the end of a long day driving and adventure, we pulled up on Beaver Lake with a few hours of daylight left. So let’s briefly sample the conditions on this clear water Ozark reservoir located on the White River.
With lake levels down several feet, clearly there is still an abundance of cover elements.
If fishing docks and man-made cover is your game, there is no shortage at Beaver.
There are so many techniques and associated lures that are proven winners when fishing submerged trees. What is your favorite?
Well, that’s about all the time we have. The sun is down, and it’s been a brief visit, but I can say I would sure like more time here at Beaver. We’ve checked tournament stats and this smallie, in the 3-pound range, would very unlikely be culled even in the upper echelons.
See you next time!