The BEST Fishing Takes Place at the Lake of the Ozarks
The Lake of the Ozarks holds some of the BEST fishing in the country. The lake covers 54,000 acres and over 1150 miles of shoreline. We know what you're thinking, "I'm a lake vacationer, how do I know where to when to catch certain types of fish at the Lake of the Ozarks?" Our vacation rental company at the Lake of the Ozarks is here to give you some great insight on knowing when and where to catch certain types of fish and the different varieties of fish the lake holds.
When & Where to Catch ....
Bassing Bob, otherwise known as Bob Bueltmann, offers DAILY, WEEKLY, and MONTHLY fishing reports that will better help you to understand when and where to catch certain types of fish. He also has instructional videos and more.
A Wide Variety of Fish Species
The Lake of the Ozarks holds a huge variety of fish including:
- largemouth bass
- spotted bass
- black and white crappie
- blue catfish
- channel catfish
- flathead catfish
- white bass
- hybrid stripers
The Lake of the Ozarks also attracts anglers year-rounds. The Lake of the Ozarks holds a state park in Osage Beach that offers boat ramps, dock-fishing and crappie beds. Also, Ha Ha Tonka State Park near Camdenton has two boat docks and allows fishing from marked access points. There are numerous bait shops and full-service marinas that serve the Lake of the Ozarks area as well.
There's nothing like vacationing to the Lake of the Ozarks. There are countless things to do. Whether you are having a family vacation, a destination bachelorette or bachelor party, family reunion, school trip, destination birthday party, church outing, or just a relaxing fishing trip with the guys, the Lake of the Ozarks is a fantastic vacation destination.
Most of our vacation rentals are conveniently located right off of the lake with docks you can fish off of, just a mere walk away from where you would be staying. For over 80 years, the Lake of the Ozarks has had some of the best fishing in the country. Please note, in July, water temperatures begin to reach the upper 80s and big fish start to slow down from their post spawn feeding pattern and become less aggressive. Catching bass may be a little more difficult than in June, but the big fish are still biting. With the water being so hot, feeding activity will peak after dark so the night fishing becomes really popular in July the the Lake of the Ozarks. With the surface of the water averaging in the mid to upper 80s, most of the big fish will be easier to catch in deep water closer to the thermocline, where the water is cooler.
No matter what type of vacation you are planning to take, the Lake of the Ozarks needs to be considered. Lake Ozark Vacation Destinations is here to help you have the best vacation possible. Call us today at 636-474-9878.
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