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Old 08-04-2019, 09:49 AM   #1
Shoot Straight
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Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas

I dove near Diamond City yesterday evening, viz was ok but not outstanding propably about 10 ft above the thermocline. I didn't see many fish but all of them were in the silt layer between 25-30 ft. The structure I usually dive is 30 ft deeper than normal with the high lake levels and I don't get a chance to dive often so if anyone has any current tips they would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-21-2019, 08:11 PM   #2
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Re: Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas

I hate that no-one has replied but, the truth is that with the fluctuating water the vis is going to stay wonky.

And, the truth is we fresh water shooters never give up our secrets.

There are people I've dove with off and on for years and they never go to their honey holes when I'm with them.

I had a friend who volunteered to bubble watch for me. He then took one of his new diving friends to my spots. We no longer are friends.


It's like asking for the secret recipe.
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