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  • Fishing conditions in the KC area heading into Memorial Day weekend

    Bob Mattucks, a fisheries management biologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation, discusses the effects of recent rainfall and which fish are biting right now in the Kansas City area.

Bob Mattucks, a fisheries management biologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation, discusses the effects of recent rainfall and which fish are biting right now in the Kansas City area. Tom Smith Special to The Star
Bob Mattucks, a fisheries management biologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation, discusses the effects of recent rainfall and which fish are biting right now in the Kansas City area. Tom Smith Special to The Star

Fishing is good despite high water at some Missouri lakes

May 19, 2017 2:11 PM