Lake of the Ozarks Weekend Fishing Report

Don’t forget your fishing poles if you’re headed to the lake this weekend!

Here’s your Lake of the Ozarks fishing report, courtesy of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

Lake of the Ozarks: Bagnell Tailwater section: Water temperature is 80 degrees, normal and dingy. All species slow. Glaize section: Water temperature is 83 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish fair using cut baits, stinkbaits and hot dogs; all other species slow. Gravois section: Water temperature is 83 degrees, normal and dingy. Catfish fair using cut shad and stinkbaits. All species slow. Niangua section: Water temperature is 83 degrees, normal and dingy. Black bass good using topwater lures and plastic worms; catfish good using cut shad and worms; White bass fair using dark-colored lures; all other species slow. Osage section: Water temperature is 83 degrees, normal and dingy. Black bass good using topwater lures and crankbaits; catfish good using cut shad or chicken liver; White bass fair using natural baits; all other species slow.

Olympic Sports at The Lake of the Ozarks

If you’re like us, the London Olympics have been on our television constantly ever since kicking off.  We’ve watched everything from gymnastics, to water polo, volleyball, and table tennis.  Another sport we love to watch is kayaking.

Of course, not everyone wants an intense race to the finish line.

That’s why at the Lake of the Ozarks, you can rent a kayak and take a relaxing journey down the little Niangua River or paddle around on the lake.

Be sure to check out Little Niangua Campground and Lake of the Ozarks State Park for kayak rentals.

You don’t have to be an Olympian…but be prepared to work your arms and take in the beautiful sights and sounds of the Ozarks life!