It's that time of the year when the white bass are hitting and everyone's ready to catch their limit of crappie. Maybe these reports will help you this Spring.

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) sends out a weekly fishing report. We figured you're busy so we'd help out with supplying some information on where the fish are biting. (We hope!)

These reports are as of 04/24/18:

Information: 660-885-6981
Water Surface Temp: 51º
Water Level (Range): normal
Water Type: dingy
Fish Reported:
Black Bass: Fair
White Bass: Good
Hybrid Striped Bass (Wiper; Whiterock Bass): Good
Crappie: Fair
Catfish: Fair
51 degrees; full pool; dingy; white bass and hybrids good on jigs and spoons; all other species fair; pressure light.

Information: 660-885-6981
Water Surface Temp: 51º
Water Level (Range): low
Water Type: dingy
Fish Reported:
Black Bass: Slow
White Bass: Good
Hybrid Striped Bass (Wiper; Whiterock Bass): Good
Crappie: Slow
Catfish: Slow
51 degrees; low; dingy; white bass and hybrids good on jigs and spoons; all other species slow; pressure light.

You can also go to https://fishing.mdc.mo.gov for more information on other lakes and rivers around the state.