Showing posts from March, 2020

When’s the Best Time for Crappie Fishing?

In spring when crappie are spawning in the shallows, it's probably the most popular time to reel in  crappie at the Lake of the Ozarks . And our fishing resort at the Lake of the Ozarks is the perfect place to catch crappie because we have well maintained crappie beds right below our docks that we keep as stocked as possible. During the spring spawn, crappies are found in relatively shallow water near the upper ends of coves. Later they move to deeper water, usually to depths of 15 feet or more. Spawning crappie can be caught with jigs, minnows or small crankbaits or spinners. Fish brushpiles and standing timber are where crappie concentrate. During spring, you might find crappie grouped off the bank around brushy structures and suspended at about the same depth as other spawning fish. Early Morning Crappie fishing is typically very good in the early morning daylight. Focus your fishing efforts on dawn until about 2 hours after sunrise. During the early morning, crappie

5 Tips for Better Spring Fishing

Fishing in the spring can be just the getaway you've been dreaming of. And if you're looking for a great place to go, we've got one of the best spring fishing spots  around the Lake of the Ozarks. Cold water mixed with variable weather can create a great overall environment for catching fish. With our experience and the help of our guests, we at Point View Resort have compiled a list of tips to help you win at the spring fishing game! 1. Organize Your Tackle  Before heading out for your fishing trip, take time to organize your tackle. Break tackle out into different types of fishing, such as crappie fishing gear, bass fishing tackle and so on. Label tackle boxes for quick access and clean out tackle trays and remove old rusted hooks or other overused tackle. This will keep you more organized and prepared on the water. After organizing, you’ll have a better sense of the tackle you need to restock for your coming trip. Replenish soft plastics, baits for bass and all yo

Plan Your Spring Fishing Trip at Point View Resort

If you're looking for a secluded location away from the crowds to just get away and enjoy a relaxing weekend fishing, you've got to check out our resort! We are tucked away in a quiet location in the outskirts of Camdenton away from the busy main channel and Lake traffic. We're in a great spot for fishing, with an abundance of crappie, white bass, catfish and more. If you're looking for a quiet getaway for a fishing trip, Point View Resort is the  best fishing resort at the Lake of the Ozarks . Fish by boat, at our maintained docks, or in our indoor heated fishing dock! Fish by Boat  By boat, easily explore the surrounding coves and find your own haven on the water. We’re nestled in the Little Niangua Arm, north of the main channel, where the waters are calm and the fishing is great. Being away from the main channel makes for a quiet spot on the lake and better fishing!  No matter your boating needs, we can make it happen. Bringing your own boat? Our three sepa

5 Reasons to Book Your Stay at Point View Resort this Spring!

This week's warmer weather has definitely got us all daydreaming of the coming of Summer. Soon, the Lake of the Ozarks will be teeming with vacationers from all over the nation who come down every year to enjoy all the splendors our local community has to offer. Now, we may be just a bit biased, but we're certain that the Lake of the Ozarks is the best place to spend a fun-filled family vacation any time of year! If this lovely weather has you planning an early getaway and you're thinking about a spring vacation to the Lake of the Ozarks , here are 5 reasons why you should book your stay at Point View Resort : 1. Our Fishing Habitat Makes Spring Fishing Perfect! We are in a premium location for fishing, with an abundance of crappie, black bass, catfish and many other species. Fishing from our well-maintained fishing docks will delight novice casters and challenge experienced fishermen. Our Crappie beds are maintained each year to keep the docks as stocked as possible.