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In early May, I am attending a work conference and staying in downtown Kansas City, MO. I will likely be renting a car for the few days I am there but don't want to travel too far as I probably won't have tons of free time to spend fishing. Wondering if anyone knows of any fishable water close to downtown? Thanks in advance for any intel.

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Posted on: 2013/1/28 14:16


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You could try contacting KK Flyfisher (www.kkflyfisher.com). They are in Overland Park just outside KC. I have used them for online purchases many times and they have always been first class. I would think that they could give you some information.

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Omg I would be living at the BBQ places.

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I'm with becker here, much better BBQ than fishing anywhere around KC MO!

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Dang! I hate to say it, but I'd be waking up and a BBQ place and checking them all out. The only place I know that's there is the Mo. R. and I don't know if it's fishable there. And it will probably be up and muddy even if it otherwise would be fishable.

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When travelling for work, priority number one is typically eating so you can be certain I will be hitting unlimited BBQ joints. But I'm sure I can find some time to fish between meals! Thanks for the input so far!

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Posted on: 2013/1/29 8:22


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You are not eating enough if you can fish between meals!

Posted on: 2013/1/29 9:12
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I clearly need to re-think my whole strategy here :)

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Lol good luck with planning.

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I'm also going to open this thread up to recommendations for good BBQ in the area since we've gone in that direction. What's the best spot(s) to hit?

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Having lived in the KC area before I can say that the BBQ is WAY better than the fishing. Most of the time I would travel to Southern MO or northern Arkansas to fly fish the White River or Lake Taneycomo. There are a few streams that are stocked throughout the state....just have to look at the fish and game website for MO.

As for BBQ I would check out Gates BBQ, Oklahoma Joes, Danny Edwards Blvd, and Arthur Bryant's.

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Thanks for the tips! I plan to eat quite a bit :)

Posted on: 2013/2/7 16:12






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