Water plays a huge part in the Lake of the Ozarks lifestyle. Between boat shows and fireworks shows and shootouts, life on the water’s edge stays fun and interesting. Life below water also proves fruitful. We play host to several fishing tournaments throughout the year. And our wildlife game is on point as well. To keep up-to-date on the latest and greatest in life here on the lake, make plans to visit the Lake Life Hunting & Fishing Show 2020 in Warsaw on February 15th.
What: Lake Life Hunting & Fishing Show 2020
Where: Warsaw Community Building (181 W Harrison St)
When: Saturday, February 15th, 9 am to 5 pm
Admission: $5 per person
Contact: Warsaw Chamber of Commerce (660) 438-5922 or via email
Lake Life Hunting & Fishing Show 2020
Yes, boating and fishing are a couple of great things to do here. But there’s so much more to lake life than that. At the Lake Life Hunting & Fishing Show, find out about paddleboarding, lake safety, scopes for your hunting rifle, and even outdoor furniture for your home. Tickets cost just $5 per person. But, if you bring a canned good with you, receive a $2 discount. All food donations benefit the Benton County Food Pantry.
Lake of the Ozarks Hunting
The woods around our great lake teem over with deer, turkey, squirrel, rabbit, geese, duck, and quail. The deadline to hunt squirrel, rabbit, most geese and muskrat quickly approaches. Coyote can be hunted year-round ni these parts. The Missouri Department of Conservation requires that hunters purchase an appropriate hunting license before bagging and tagging any animals. To find out more about licenses and hunting seasons for our Missouri wildlife, visit the MDC’s website.
Lake of the Ozarks Fishing
Several species of fish inhabit our lake waters. They include crappie, catfish, bluegill, paddlefish, walleye, and bass (largemouth and white). Spring and fall provide the best opportunities to catch bass. Catfish bite best between April and September. Truth be told, the fishing tends to be amazing just about any time of year. To learn more about when to fish, what to fish with, and where the fishing’s best, visit the Lake of the Ozarks Convention and Visitor’s Bureau website here.