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Branson Half Day Guided Fishing Trip
"Your day will begin by meeting your guide at the lake who will make sure your are comfortable in the boat go over the plan for the day and you'll head to your first fishing spot. Throughout the day you will see the beautiful Ozark Mountain country that has been drawing visitors to Branson for over 50 years. Fishing the deep clear waters of Table Rock and Bul Crappie Walleye and Bluegill. On the cold clear waters of Lake Taneycomo you'll experience the thrill of catching Rainbow and German Brown Trout up to 24"" long. Regardless of your skill level your guide will teach you all you need to know to insure a successful"""This is a 4-hour private fishing charter on Table Rock Lake Bull Shoals Lake or Lake Taneycomo in Branson
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Guided Fishing Trip from Branson
"Your day will begin by meeting your guide at the lake he'll make sure your are comfortable in the boat go over the plan for the day and you'll head to your first fishing spot. Throughout the day you will see the beautiful Ozark Mountain country that brings visitors to Branson for over 50 years. Fishing the deep clear waters of Table Rock and Bull Crappie Walleye and Bluegill. Regardless of your skill level your guide will teach you all you need to know to insure a successful day on the water and introduce you to the world of fresh water fishing.""""Professional fishing guide service on Table Rock Lake
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The Dutton Family Theater
"Surrounded by restaurants hotels and of course other theater The Dutton Family Theater is home to the multi-talented Dutton Family where three generations of Duttons perform nightly. The Duttons are high energy entertainers loaded with musical talent. With thirty-one years of experience and just about as many kids between them they rock the stage with a variety of genres. From Bluegrass to Contemporary Rock to Country
From $37.00

More Things to Do in Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

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Bloody Hill

Perhaps the most significant stop in the park. It was here that the Union held the high ground throughout most of the battle. About 75% of the battle's casualties took place around the hill. As you...
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A wildlife interlude

We ran into a few rangers who mentioned there were deer running around throughout the park that morning. We hadn't seen any until we hit stop 5 (Siegel's Final Position.) There, as we looked across...
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Pulaski Battery and Price's Headquarters

From the parking lot at stop 3, it's time for another modest hike, although this one does have a few elevation changes to it. You start down a trail that has a short, steep hill at the end that...
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Ray House & Orchard

The second stop is this house that the Confederates used as a hospital during the battle. A Confederate Colonel died in the house during the battle. You can also see a small stone building in the...
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Gibson Oatfield, House, and Mill

The first stop after going through the gate is a trailhead for a fairly easy 1 mile loop trek into the woods. You start by hiking through a field, and quickly start walking along Wilson's creek. The...
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The Auto Tour

The tour around the battlefield is short (just under 5 miles), but offers a number of things to stop, see, and hike to. When you enter the park, you need to go to the visitor center to purchase a...
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Self Guided Tour

We found out when we visited the Visitor's center that there is a 4.9 mile paved tour road. There are eight interpretive stops at significant points to the battle. There are five walking trails off...
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Visitor's Center

The Visitor Center is open every day 8 - 5. It has a small museum with exhibits about the battle, a thirteen minute film (always a good deal at a NPS site), and a bookstore. There was supposed to be a...
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Ghosts Not Forgotten

Those persons crossing Wilson's Creek on the tour road will merely pass a pleasant stream, a serene place befitting the several joggers you're certain to encounter. To get a battlefield view of the...
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The Worst of It: Bloody Hill

The worst fighting at Wilson's Creek occurred to the west of the stream at a prominence later to be known as "Bloody Hill." The hill is due west of the Ray House, lies at almost an equal distance from...
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Pulaski Arkansas Battery

Stop 3 on the auto tour pinpoints the location of an Arkansas battery that halted the Union advance coming from the west on what was known as Bloody Hill. The artillery from here kept up a hot fire...
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Artillery on the Field

Artillery played a prevalent part in this early battle of the Civil War. The hardest fighting of the day took place in the meat of today's auto-tour, somewhat on a line between Stop 7 (the Bloody...
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Ray Spring House

At the foot of the hill in front of the Ray House, you can see a small stone structure that resembles a primitive oven. Though not resting on or near Wilson's Creek, the structure pooled water in a...
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Ray House

Built in 1852, the Ray House is the main surviving structure associated with the battlefield. Before the war it was a "flag stop" on the Butterfield Overland Stage route (which brought nearby...
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