All signs are leading to the Lake of the Ozarks. The weather is getting a bit milder, the fish are jumping just a tad bit higher and the water is simply waiting for boaters. Time to get your plans together for a lake weekend. If you’re looking for fun on the water, you can hire a boat captain to take you and your family on a fun easy going lake adventure. As a boat captain, I take pleasure in making sure you and your guests have a great – and safe – time while enjoying the scenery of the lovely Missouri Lake of the Ozarks.
Whether you’re looking for a spring fling weekday or a longer summer weekend, let’s get planning! Soon the Lake of the Ozarks will be hopping with activity. I’m ready to take reservations for your family or group get together to help get your plans started. With years of experience (been a lake goer since the 60’s!), I can give you and your family some ideas for beautiful sunset spots, fine dining restaurants (JB Hooks for one) and great coves for hanging out.
Call or email me to get started with your planning for fun and sun on the lake!
We had some family down for the weekend and the littlest one was an early riser. The photo of the sun rising over the horizon was so peaceful – and lovely. Not only did they get to see the sun rise, they were first in line for the fishing!
The signs of spring are here at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you’ve ever meandered down any of the lake roads, you’re bound to come across a sight like this. Lake people like to make sure their friends and family know which road to take – and take great pride in making sure their directions are both colorful and helpful!
Whether you’re looking for Dan’s Place or Yance’s (or even TRUELOVE!) , you’re sure to navigate to the right (or left) fork in the road. Spring is a great time to get familiar with the twists and turns (and potholes) of the lake roads.
So yes, the signs of spring are here. It can be a bit chilly and thunderstorms like to rumble through both day and night. But once in a while, we have a 60 degree day and we get to reintroduce our boat to the water 🙂 A smattering of ducks (and one or two seadoos) also enjoy the new season’s warmer weather – and promise of more to come!