Closed Due to Flooding

Written by Scott on May 3rd, 2017

The Marina will be close for an extended period of weeks due to flood conditions.  Check in at our K Dock Marina Facebook page for updates.

NOTICE – Marina Closed To The Public April 28, 2017

Written by Scott on April 28th, 2017

K Dock Marina will be closed to the public for preparation of the impending flood conditions.  We will remain closed until conditions are safe.  Slip renters will still have access as of Friday April 28th.  Forecast is not looking good for water that is expected to hit this weekend.  Please DO NOT attempt to navigate a boat on Bull Shoals this weekend!!!  We are preparing for the worst, but hope for the best!

Tues Night Tourn Results 4/25/17

Written by Scott on April 26th, 2017

Here are the results of the Tuesday Night Bass Tournament from a field of 12 boats:

Big Bass – Calvin & Cody @ 4.72 lbs

1st Place – Calvin & Cody – 5 fish @ 13.38 lbs

2nd Place – Tim & Chance – 4 fish @ 6.30 lbs

3rd Place – Tyler & Kelyn – 4 fish @ 5.81 lbs

Lake Update from K Dock Marina

Written by Scott on April 23rd, 2017

Just wanted to let everyone know that the Marina is doing just fine after the massive rain that hit the White River Basin.  Thanks for all the calls of concern and friends that stopped in to help out with anchors. 

The lake has went up about 3 ft in the last 24 hrs.  Conditions are still stable with very little debris so far.  Water color is very stained to chocolate brown.  Should clear up soon with no significant input from Table Rock Lake at this time.  Water temp has dropped dramatically, about 15 degrees in the past two days!  This should also rebound quickly with the forecasted temps.  At this hour, Bull Shoals is now .6 ft above normal power pool of 659.00 ft (above sea level).  We will continue to see a rise for many days to come.  The boat launch is still accessible at this level.  Fishing for Bass and White Bass should be great in the backs of the coves right now!  Crappie and Walleye fishing might be slow for awhile.  But, if we clear up soon, with no current, the crappie could be right back to hitting in the coves like they were in the past two weeks! 

We had 3.8″ in the rain gauge this evening.  That is a reading from Friday noon until this report at 8:45 Sat night.  (However, we had 2″ fall early last week.)  Too much water for these Ozark Rocks to soak up!  Don’t be afraid to put your boat in the lake tomorrow!  We have all seen a lot worse here!  Hope to see you soon at K Dock! 

Water Level – 659.6 and rising

Water Temp – 56 to 60  (Water Temp was 71 on Thursday!)

Water is Stained to Chocolate Milk! 

Tues Night Tourn Results 4/18/17

Written by Scott on April 19th, 2017

Here are the results of the Tuesday Night Bass Tournament from a field of 12 boats:

Big Bass – Jessie & Shannon @ 4.36 lbs

1st Place – Green & Goins – 5 fish @ 13.36 lbs

2nd Place – Tyler & Jim – 5 fish @ 13.24 lbs

3rd Place – Dave & Kelly – 5 fish @ 11.30 lbs

 

Results of the Forsyth Project Grad Tourn 4/15/17

Written by Scott on April 16th, 2017

Here are the results of the Forsyth Project Grad Bass Benefit Tournament from a field of 14 boats:

Big Bass – Adam & Drew @ 6.30 lbs

1st Place – Adam & Drew – 5 fish @ 16.22 lbs

2nd Place – Jamie & Shannon – 5 fish @ 15.36 lbs

3rd Place – Justin & Zach – 5 fish @ 14.34 lbs

Tues Night Tourn Results 4/11/17

Written by Scott on April 12th, 2017

Here are the results of the Tuesday Night Tournament from a field of 16 boats:

Big Bass – Tyler & Jim @ 5.73 lbs

1st Place – Adam & Tony – 5 fish @ 16.86 lbs

2nd Place – Chris & Chris – 5 fish @ 15.22 lbs

3rd Place – Tyler & Jim – 5 fish @ 15.10 lbs

4th Place – Calvin & Cody – 5 fish @ 14.14 lbs

Forsyth Project Grad Bass Tourn 4/15/17

Written by Scott on April 9th, 2017

K Dock Marina will be hosting a benefit bass tournament to help raise money for the Forsyth Project Graduation Class of 2017!  This will be a 50/50 payback tournament.  Entry fee is $40 per boat with a $10 optional Big Bass side pot.  Take off is set for 7 am from the marina with weigh-in set for 3:30 at the marina.

Early entry will begin at 8 am on Friday the 14th at K Dock.  This tournament is going to feature some incredible drawings donated by very generous sponsors!  Please come out to support the Forsyth Seniors next Saturday!

Tournament Results Hollister Project Graduation 4/8/17

Written by Scott on April 9th, 2017

Here are the results of the Hollister Project Graduation Benefit Tournament from a field of 21 boats:

Big Bass – Brett & Cody @ 4.98 lbs

1st Place – Guy & Tyler – 5 fish @ 15.44 lbs

2nd Place – Chris & Wayne – 5 fish @ 15.00 lbs

3rd Place – Myron & Hannah – 5 fish @ 14.12 lbs

4th Place – Adam & Drew – 5 fish @ 13.84 lbs

Tuesday Night Tournaments Starting!!!

Written by Scott on April 1st, 2017

The Tuesday Night Bass tournaments, out of K Dock Marina, will kick off next Tuesday, April 11th in honor of the founder “Trigger Creek Harold”!  Entry fee will remain the same:  $30 per two person team with $5 taken out for big bass.  These tournaments are 100% payback!  Take off will be at 6 pm with weigh in at 10 pm till June 6th.  (We will go to 11 pm in June with tournaments ending on Tues, Sept 26th).  We had a HUGE number of boats last season, with entries of over 20 boats on many nights!  (Well, that’s huge for our little marina anyway!  Ha!)  Judy and I are looking forward to seeing every one again this year!  Don’t forget that the cook (Judy) will be serving up some great pre-fishing Cheese Burgers!  Thanks to all the fishermen and women who support us on Tuesday nights!!!  Let the games begin!

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