July 13, 2013
Steve Hoffman of In-Fisherman and several members of the Finesse News Network who fish the Lake of the Ozarks sent us a press release that might catch the fancy of readers who regularly peruse this blog site.
The press release announced that Bob Bueltmann of Osage Beach, Missouri, unveiled a major website on June 26 that focuses on largemouth and spotted bass fishing at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Bueltmann's Web site, which is called BassingBob, provides readers with daily, weekly, and monthly fishing logs and reports, as well as tournament information and an anglers' forum. There are also articles and videos that focus on dock fishing, hump fishing, night fishing, and flat fishing. There are features that explain how talented and veteran Lake of the Ozark bass anglers employ various baits, such as Carolina rigs, Zoom Bait Company's Brush Hogs, Texas-rigged soft-plastic worms on a slip-sinker rig, shaky-head jigs, deep-diving crankbaits and grubs. What's more, there is a piece that pinpoints the location of man-made brush piles on a short section of the Niangua arm. There are other stories that dissect particular locales, such as Darby Cove and Salt Hollow.
Access to all of the Web site's features cost $45 a year, and there are a few features that are free.
Here is the link to Bueltmann's Web site: www.Bassingbob.com
(1) Anglers who have not crossed paths with Phil Lilley of Branson, Missouri, and Brian Waldman of Coatesville Indiana, might be interest in examining their Web sites. The link to Lilley's site is www.ozarkanglers.com, and the link to Waldman's is www.bigindianabass.com
(2) We are eager to gather the opinions of anglers who regularly fish the Lake of the Ozarks about Bueltmann's endeavors.
(3) We hope anglers will alter us to similar Web sites at other waterways and regions across the nation.