Bull Shoal's Lake starts in Southwest, Missouri near the City of Forsyth. Lake Taneycomo's Cold waters overflow the Ozark Beach Dam into the warm waters of Bull Shoal's Lake and this area is called the "Pothole" Area and almost every fish species swim there to eat.
From the State record Striped Bass to catfish, bass, trout, Walleye and many other species, this start of the lake is followed downstream for about the first 2 miles of the lake to Swan Creek, a favorite spawning ground for walleye and other species.
This Guidebook details the many rules and special regulations for this area (first 2 miles) of the 80 plus mile long Bull Shoal's Lake.
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Published July 27, 2011
by Ozark Small Press.
Sports & Outdoors, Nature & Wildlife.