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Choosing the best soup maker

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We explain how to pick the right soup maker for you, plus see our reviews of popular models from Morphy Richards, Salter, Tefal and more.

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If you love making your own soup, but are tired of spending half your weekend cooking and washing up in the process, a soup maker could be for you. 

Soup makers can help you create homemade soups with fewer pots, pans and gadgets. Most can also make smoothies – ideal if you’re turning to blending up your five-a-day in 2018. 

Read on to find out the pros and cons of using a soup maker, and the different types you can buy. Alternatively, you can skip straight to our soup maker reviews to discover which ones have impressed us the most in our in-depth tests.

  • Why buy a soup maker?
  • How much do you need to spend on a soup maker?
  • Types of soup maker
  • Buying a soup maker: things to consider
  • Should you buy a Morphy Richards soup maker?
  • Soup makers compared
  • Soup to go: travel mugs
  • Getting the best out of your soup maker

Why buy a soup maker?  

Soup makers blend and cook your soup in one machine – some are able to sauté, too. This makes for a quick and easy-to-use appliance that you don’t have to supervise during cooking, as well as saving you time on the washing up.

This is an advantage over other soup-making methods, such as using a conventional blender – or even a food processor .

However, it does mean one more gadget vying for space on your kitchen worktop, and some are big and heavy appliances, so it’s worth doing your research first.

How much do you need to spend on a soup maker?  

Soup makers cost from £40 up to about £140. The cheapest models are usually geared primarily towards soup-making, whereas pricier versions have a larger capacity and look more like a traditional blender with an added cooking function.

Some soup-making blenders work by blending and heating the soup at the same time. These are typically high-powered models that aim to cover a range of food-prep jobs from making soup to smoothies, dips and even granola, ice cream and nut butters. Examples include the Nutribullet Rx (£135) and Vitamix Professional Series 300 (£400). Head to our blender reviews to find out if one of these could be the best option for you.

Types of soup maker  

There are two main types of soup maker available, and price isn’t the only difference between them. Below, we explain more about their benefits and drawbacks to help you choose.

Soup-making blenders

  • Look like a normal blender but usually bigger
  • Usually more expensive than basic soup makers
  • More flexible, especially for blending different quantities

These look similar to an ordinary blender, and offer the same kind of blending functions. They can also cook ingredients, either during blending (using heat generated by the friction of the spinning blades), or via a heating plate in the base. Some models can also sauté food before cooking and blending. 

Soup-making blenders usually have transparent jugs, making it easy to see your ingredients during blending, but they tend to be bigger, bulkier and more expensive than both soup makers and ordinary blenders. 

Blenders which use the heat generated by the blades to cook your soup, such as the Nutribullet Rx, need to blend on high power for 6-7 minutes to generate enough heat – which can be very noisy.

Prices start from around £40, with budget-friendly brands, such as Andrew James and Tower, offering soup blenders at this price point. Premium brands, such as Cuisinart and Nutribullet, sell soup-making blenders that cost between £100 and £200. Friction-heating blenders can cost considerably more.

Soup makers

  • Look like a large kettle
  • Cheaper to buy than soup-making blenders
  • Usually have strict maximum and minimum quantities

This kind of soup maker looks a bit like a chunky kettle or Thermos flask. The blending blades reach into the jug from the lid, while a heating element in the base heats the soup. They tend to make soup in around 20-30 minutes, and give you the option of smooth or chunky soup. Most include a cold blending function so you can make smoothies and shakes, too. You can’t see inside soup makers while they cook, as they have metal jugs.

Soup makers are usually a cheaper option than soup blenders, and you should be able to pick one up for less than £60 (even pricier ones, such as the popular Morphy Richards soup makers , can often be found on offer).

Buying a soup maker: things to consider  

Capacity: This can range from 0.8 litres to more than 2 litres – the difference between feeding two or three people or a large family – so make sure you go for a model that can cater to your needs. Some soup makers have a small margin between minimum and maximum capacities, which can limit your options if you only want one portion, or want to make a big batch.

Weight and ease of use: Soup-making blenders have glass jugs that are weighty even when they are empty, while the lids of soup makers can be a fiddle to put on and take off. Use our soup maker reviews to ensure you choose one that will suit you.

Sauté feature: Some soup makers allow you to lightly fry your meat or vegetables in the blender before cooking. Our tests found that this can make a real difference to the flavour of your soup. You can, of course, sauté your ingredients in a frying pan before adding them to your soup maker, but it all adds to the washing-up.

Sautéing ingredients before cooking can really improve the flavour of your soup.

Blending options: All soup makers allow you to make smooth or chunky soup. Some models also include a medium-texture setting for extra flexibility. Most will also allow you to manually blend, so if you find your soup is overly chunky, you can give it another whizz. You’ll usually get a smoothie setting, and some models offer extras such as making nut milk, jams and purées.

Time: Some soup blenders can whip up hot soup from scratch in around seven minutes. However, this is a noisy method that involves blending on full power for the whole time. Most soup makers cook the ingredients first, which takes longer – usually between 20 and 30 minutes – but is less of an assault on your eardrums. 

Cleaning: If you want to make soup quickly, don’t forget to factor in clean-up time. It’s no use making speedy soup and then spending ages clearing up. Look for soup blenders with dishwasher-proof parts or soup makers with non-stick coatings to make cleaning easier. Our soup maker reviews also highlight which ones are easiest to clean.

Should you buy a Morphy Richards soup maker?  

Morphy Richards pioneered the soup maker, and its soup makers continue to be very popular. A couple of its most recent models, the Morphy Richards Total Control and the Morphy Richards Sauté and Soup maker 501014 , have a sauté feature, meaning you can sear meat, spices and vegetables before cooking – or even toast croutons. If you aren’t fussed about sautéing, the Morphy Richards 501013 is identical to the 501014, minus the sauté function, and is around £10 cheaper.

Older models, such as the Morphy Richards 48822 soup maker, still sell well – the main difference on newer models is the redesigned lid and handle. Morphy Richards says that the angled display makes it easier to select blending programmes. You can see how the various models stack up against each other by checking our Morphy Richards soup maker reviews .

Soup makers compared  

If you’re in the market for a soup maker, Morphy Richards isn’t your only option. We’ve tried out all the most popular models, including the Tefal EasySoup and cheaper rivals from brands such as Salter. Below, you can see a quick summary of how the key models measure up on specs, including capacity, price and features. Alternatively, head straight to the best soup makers to see the models we recommend.

Morphy Richards Total Control, £99

  • Capacity: 1.6 litres
  • Features: smooth, medium and chunky soup, sauté function, five temperature settings, blend, pre-clean, reheat and keep-warm, recipes included.

Launched in 2017, this soup maker offers additional functionality over older Morphy Richards models, and allows you to make a broader range of portion sizes, including enough soup for two. You can also get a medium-textured soup if smooth or chunky don’t fit the bill. 

See our full Morphy Richards Total Control soup maker review .

Morphy Richards Sauté and Soup 501014, £55

  • Capacity: 1.6 litres
  • Features: sauté, smooth and chunky soup, smoothies, blend, pause function, non-stick coating, recipes included

This soup maker can sauté, cook and blend ingredients to make a variety of soup and smoothie recipes. It will make smooth or chunky soup. Sautéing food, such as onions or meat, prior to cooking should result in tastier soups. 

Read the full Morphy Richards Sauté and Soup review to get our verdict.

Tefal BL841140 Easy Soup, £64

  • Capacity: 1.2 litres
  • Features: smooth and chunky soup, smoothies, compote, self-cleaning function, keep-warm setting, recipes included

The Easy Soup has four functions: chunky, smooth, compote and blend, meaning that it can be used to make soups, smoothies and desserts. There’s even a keep-warm function to make sure your soup is kept hot for up to 40 minutes once cooked. 

Find out how we rated the soup it made in the Tefal Easy Soup review . 

Salter Electric Soup Maker, £35

  • Capacity: 1.6 litres
  • Features: smooth and chunky soup, blend, measuring jug, safety cut-out sensor, recipes included

This soup maker lets you choose between a smooth or a chunky soup, but there’s no sauté function – so if you need to cook and brown some ingredients, you’ll need to do this separately. It has a helpful feature of pausing if you remove the lid during soup-making, and picking up where it left off when you replace the lid – handy if you’ve forgotten to add an ingredient or two.

Get the full lowdown in our Salter Electric soup maker review .

Morphy Richards Soup & Milk Maker 501000, £48

  • Capacity: 1.6 litres
  • Features: smooth and chunky soup, soya milk setting, smoothies, nut milks and shakes, non-stick coating, recipes included

The soya milk setting on this Morphy Richards is a plus if you want to make your own dairy-free drinks, especially as it can also blend other nut milks. It doesn’t have a sauté function but it does blend to make shakes and smoothies.

Is this the soup maker for you? Find out in our full Morphy Richards Soup & Milk Maker 501000 review .

Lakeland Touchscreen Soup Maker, £125

  • Capacity: 1.4 litres for soup, 1.75 litres for cold liquids
  • Features: smooth and chunky soup, sauces, ice-crushing, smoothies, auto-clean, customised cycles, glass jug, recipes included

The Lakeland Touchscreen Soup Maker is a large soup-making blender. It has a glass jug, so you can easily check on progress, and has preset programmes for making sauces as well as soups. You can also manually control the temperature, time and blending for ultimate control over your soup-making.

See what we thought of this soup maker in the full Lakeland Touchscreen Soup Maker review . 

Cuisinart Soup Maker Plus SSB3U, £99

  • Capacity: 1.4 litres for soup, 1.75 litres for cold liquids
  • Features: sauté, smoothies, ice-crushing, stir function, dishwasher-safe glass jug, recipes included

The Cuisinart SSB3U is the third iteration of the popular Cuisinart SSB1U soup blender. It can be used for soups and dishes such as risotto, as well as hot and cold sauces. It has a glass jug and non-stick heating plate to help with cleaning.

Find out what we thought of this version in the Cusinart Soup Maker Plus SSB3U review.

Soup to go: travel mugs  

Some personal blenders include travel lids for converting the blending cup into a drinking mug and transporting your smoothie or soup safely to work or when you’re out and about. This is handy if you’re keen to take soup on-the-go. Here are two soup-making personal blenders which offer this feature.

Nutribullet Rx, £135

  • Capacity – 1.3 litres (jug)
  • Features – smoothies, ice-crushing, soup-making, additional one and two-portion blending cups, travel lids for taking on-the-go, recipes included.

This Nutribullet blender claims to make hot soup from raw veg in just seven minutes, making light work of tough ingredients. It comes with a range of ‘clean eating’-inspired soup recipes, called SouperBlasts. It only makes smooth soup, but it does include handy travel cups for transporting your soup or smoothie easily.

To find out what we thought of its quick soups, read the full Nutribullet Rx review .

Vitamix S30, £289

  • Capacity – 0.6 litres (blending cup), 1.2 litres (blending jug)
  • Features – Variable controls, vented lid, soup-making, smoothies, ice-crushing, insulated portable blending / drinking cup, recipes included.

The Vitamix S30 personal blender has insulated travel cups to keep your soup warm or your smoothies cold as you travel. It’s pricey though. Find out whether its worth investing in by reading our Vitamix S30 blender review .

Getting the best out of your soup maker  

It’s worth reading the instructions carefully before using your soup maker, to avoid a burnt mess. But these two handy tips should help you to make great soup every time:

1. Chop ingredients evenly: smaller chunks will help your soup to cook more quickly.

2. Add water first: this can help prevent food sticking to the bottom and burning during cooking.

Make sure you’ve got the best gadget for the job, too – see the Best Buy soup makers we recommend.

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what is a photon?
a. particle of light
b. which theroy of light is the photon more consistent with – the wave theory or the particle theory?
particle theory
how long dose it take for light to travel across the diameter of earth’s orbit around the sun?
about 1000 s
how did michelson know the time that light took to make the round – trip to the distant mountain?
he knew the spin rate of the roating mirror
How long does light take to travel from the sun to earth/ from the star alpha centauri to earth?
about 8 min; about 4 yr
how long does light take to travel a distance of one light- year?
1 yr
what is the source of electromagnetic waves?
accelerating electric charges
is the color spectrum simply a small segment of the electromagnetic spectrum?
yes; the spectrum is also made up of radio waves, ir, uv,x-rays, gamma rays
how do the frequencies of infrared,visible and ulraviolet light compare?
in crease from ir to uv
how dose the role of inertia relate to the rate at which electric charges can be forced into vibrations?
low inertia permits rapid vibrations
different bells and tuning forks have their own natural vibrations, and emit their own natural vibrations , and emit thir own tones when stuck . how is this analogous to atoms , molecules, and light?
vibrating electrons in atoms and molecules emit light
Light incident upon a pane of glass slows down in passing through the glass. Does it emerge at a slower speed or at its initial speed? Explain.
The initial speed and the emerging speed are the same because the medium is the same out of the glass.
Will glass be transparent to frequencies of light that match its own natural frequencies?
No, the same initial natural frequencies cancel each other out, making it a non-transparent.
Does the time delay between the absorption and remission of light affect the average speed of light in a material0? Explain.
Yes, it does result in a average lower speed. Light varies speed in different mediums.
Why would you expect the speed of light to be slightly less in the atmosphere than in a vacuum?
The atmosphere has gasses and air, which slow down light, while a vacuum has nothing in it, making it optimal for light.
When light encounters a material, it can build up vibrations I. The electrons of certain atoms that may be intense enough to last over a long period of time. Will the energy of these vibrations end to be absorbed and turned into heat or absorbed and remitted as light?
The vibrations result in increased internal energy of the material, with heat increasing as week.
What determines whether or not a material is transparent or opaque?
The frequency of the light and the frequency of the object determine whether the object is opaque or transparent.
Why are metals shiny in appearance?
Metals re-emit light when free electrons vibrate instead of conserving the energy as interval energy. This create a shininess of metals.
Distinguish between an umbra and a preumbra.
A total shadow is called an umbra and a partial shadow is called a preumbra.
A) distinguish between a solar and lunar eclipse .
A solar eclipse is when the moon passes the sun and the earth. The lunar eclipse is when the earth is between the sun and the moon.
Which eclipse is kore dangerous to humans?
Solar, cause the brightness can hurt the eys.
What is the difference between light that is polarized and light that is not?
Nonpolarized light vibrates in all directions while polarized light vibrate back and forth In 1 direction
Why is light from a common lamp or from a candle flame nonpolarized?
The electrons from the candle vibrate in all directions,opposed to vibrating in 1 direction.
In what direction is the polarization of the glare that reflects from a horizontal surface?
Horizontal due to the reflecting surface.
How do polarizing filters allow each eye to see separate images in the projection of 3D slides or movies?
The slides are separated into left and right, since the polarized axis are not at right angles from each other, the glasses are also at right angles, which creates 2 separate images. The brain interprets both of them as in real life, in 3D.
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Photon
In the particle model of electromagnetic radiation,a particle that travels only at the speed of light and whose energy is related to the frequency of the radiation in the wave model.
Light Year
The distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year.
Electromagnetic Wave
A wave that is partly electric and partly magnetic and carries energy. Emitted by vibrating electric charges.
Electromagnetic Spectrum
The range of electromagnetic waves extending from radio waves to gamma rays.
Infrared
Electromagnetic waves of frequencies lower than the red of visible light.
Ultraviolet
Electromagnetic waves of frequencies higher than those of violet light.
Transparent
Term applied to materials that allow light to pass through them in straight lines.
Opaque
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Ray
A thin beam of light.
Shadow
A shaded region that results when light falls on an object and thus cannot reach into the region on the far side of the object.
Umbra
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Penumbra
A partial shadow that appears where light from part of the source is blocked and light from another part of the source is not blocked.
Polarization
The aligning of vibrations in a transverse wave, usually bu filtering out waves of other directions
Einstein
Light consists of tiny particles of energy that travel as waves.
Newton
Light consists of tiny particles.
Euclid
Vision results from streamers or filaments emitted by the eye making contact with an object.
Huygens
Light is a wave.
Dual Nature
In modern theory, Light has a dual nature; part particle and part wave.
R.M.I.V.U.X.G.
Radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves, visible light, ultraviolet rays, gamma rays.
Energy in an Electromagnetic Wave
Energy is part electric and part magnetic.
DO NOT Pass through Light
Infrared and Ultra-violet light do not pass through glass while visible light does.
Resonance on Glass
Electron in glass have a natural frequency in ultra-violet range.
Atmosphere Transparency
Our atmosphere is transparent to visible light and some infrared, but almost opaque to ultra-violet light.
Clouds
Are semi-transparent to ultraviolet.
Observation from the Umbra during a Solar Eclipse
Brief darkness during the day.
Observation from the Penumbra during a Solar Eclipse
A partial eclipse in which the sunlight is dimmed.
Polarized Object
Vibrating Electron
Un-Polarized Object
Incandescent bulb, the sun, a candle flame.
1600s
The idea that light consists of tiny particles was first proposed.
Roemer
His measurement of discrepancies in the position of Jupiter’s moon lo was the first demonstration showing that light travels at a finite speed.
Receiving Material Response
When light is incident upon it depends on the frequency of the light and the natural frequency of the electron in the matter/
Electron’s Response
Are able to respond to the ultra-fast vibration of visible light because the electrons have small enough mass to vibrate fast.
Structure of glass
Infrared waves vibrate only the electrons in glass.
Transparent Materials
Absorb light energy and re-emit it so that it is passed on to neighboring atoms.
Opaque Materials
An coordinated vibrations given by light to the atoms and molecules are turned into random kinetic energy, or internal energy.
Defined Edges
Few shadows have clearly defined edges.
Can
Shadows can occur when light is bent while passing through a transparent material.
Polarization is a..
Characteristic of transverse waves and longitudinal waves.
Combination of Views
You see from both eyes which gives depth to what you see.
High Frequency and Short Wavelength
Ultra-violet has a higher frequency than violet light and has a shorter wavelength.
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ASUS Chromebook C302CA Convertible can be found for a discounted price of $449.00 which will save you $50.

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ASUS’s Chromebook line has other options that are quite affordable at the moment such as ASUS Chromebook Flip with spill proof design which is important when studying and has a firmer build. You can purchase it for $297.64, with $50 off. Acer Chromebook R 11 Convertible is also discounted at the price of $279.99, saving you $20. And finally, if you are a fan of Chrome OS, you can get the best — Google Pixelbook with $170 off.

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Acer Aspire 1

Acer Aspire 1

If you have a small budget at your disposal for this school year and you still want a good everyday laptop, there is no need to worry because Acer Aspire 1 is both affordable and delivers good performance. The chassis is made of textured matte plastic that makes this machine appear more expensive than it truly is. Weighing 3.64lbs (or 1.65kgs), it will slide into your backpack easily. Acer Aspire 1 has a 14-inch full-HD display, and the colors do appear vivid and bright. On the other hand, the viewing angles might not be that good so sharing the content of your screen with your friends could be tricky.

Powered by Intel Celeron N3450 Quad-Core processor and 4GB of RAM, you will be able to complete your daily tasks easily and quickly. The internal storage is certainly low, and you will get only 32GB. But you can always use cloud storage which is a great solution in these situations. There is also an SD card slot on the side which can increase your internal memory as well. The battery can last for up to seven hours, depending on your settings which is a huge plus for students and people on the move.

Considered to be one of the best-priced laptops on the market at the moment, you can buy Acer Aspire 1 for only $176.00, saving $43.99.

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NOTE – These discounts on Chromebooks and Windows netbooks may not sound huge, but you should not forget that you are getting discounts on the prices which were already best. So, ultimately you are getting pretty good deals on these ultra-portable, long-lasting productivity machines which are perfect buys for students this back to school season.

Microsoft Surface Laptop

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With the portability and design that can rival even MacBook Air, Microsoft Surface laptop looks very polished and stylish. It can be your perfect companion in a classroom and for doing schoolwork because it is thin, light, and packs very powerful hardware on the inside. Sporting an aluminum lid, Microsoft Surface will be protected and safe in your backpack. This laptop weighs merely 2.76lbs and has 0.57-inch (or 14.48mm) profile. Once you open it, you will notice that the keys are made of plastic reinforced with Alcantara fabric material that will make typing very comfortable. There is 1.5mm of travel between the keys so your fingers will not feel tired.

With 7th generation Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, you can launch several apps at the same time, and the performance will not be influenced in any way. Not to forget 256GB of SSD storage that will improve the overall speed of the computer. Microsoft Surface laptop features a 13.5-inch PixelSense touchscreen display that is scratch resistant which comes in handy when carrying the laptop to classes or around the campus. The battery can last for up to nine hours, depending on your power settings which means you don’t have to pack a charger with you all the time. Additionally, Microsoft Surface will arrive with Windows 10 S operating system that puts less strain on the battery.

You can purchase Microsoft Surface laptop for $1,049.00 with $250 off.

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For students who prefer convertible devices, Microsoft Surface Book 2 is also discounted with $200 off on the 13-inch model and $300 off on 15-inch one. Even though it might not have the latest hardware, you can get a good deal on Microsoft Surface Pro as well because there is up to $300 discount on the official website.

ASUS VivoBook F510UA

ASUS VivoBook F510UA - best back to school laptop deal 2018

ASUS VivoBook F510UA is powerful, affordable and incredibly stylish which is a great combination for students who have a limited budget but want to purchase a high-quality laptop. Even though the chassis is made of plastic and not aluminum, you might get fooled at first because the finish on the lid is textured and looks quite interesting. Weighing 3.57lbs and with a 0.8-inch profile, this laptop can fit in your backpack without any problems. The 15.6-inch display is in full-HD and has narrow bezels so you can enjoy great visuals. The connectivity is satisfying as well because there are three USB ports, one of them being super-fast USB Type-C, and an HDMI port.

If you plan on using this laptop for research, schoolwork or business, you can be sure that the hardware will not fail you. The latest 8th gen Intel Core i5-8250U is in charge of the performance, and it is one of the most reliable Intel CPU you can get in this price range. Additionally, there is 8GB of RAM, integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU, and 1TB of HDD storage. If you plan on typing for hours, you will be glad to hear that the full-size keyboard is quiet and comfortable. On the other hand, packing a charger with this laptop is essential because the battery will last for four hours top.

ASUS VivoBook F510UA can be yours for $509.99 which is probably the lowest price you can get for such a powerful laptop.

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If you are a gamer and want a laptop with dedicated GPU in the same price-range, then Acer Aspire E 15 has NVIDIA GeForce MX150 and you can buy it for $599.99 from Amazon.

HP Omen 15

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HP Omen 15 is not your typical gaming laptop. Surely it does sport a futuristic and modern design, with a carbon fiber lid which is cleverly decorated, but it can also be your everyday computer for studying and research. Gaming laptops are known to be heavy and not very travel-friendly. However, HP decided to make a lighter version with strong hardware. The 2018 HP Omen 15 weighs just 5.4lbs so you can carry it around with a well-padded backpack and still feel comfortable. This laptop has a 15.6-inch IPS display with 1080p resolution so you will see every last detail regardless of the work you do.

The hardware is impressive since HP Omen 15 has new six-core 8th generation Intel Core i7-8750H processor which is supported by 12GB of RAM. Combined with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU, you will get smooth gameplay and the ability to multitask easily. There is also both SSD and HDD storage, with 128GB and 1TB of space respectively. The keyboard is backlit with not too much travel between the keys, but it is still responsive and comfortable even though it is not mechanical. Unfortunately, the battery life is not so great considering that you might want to take this laptop with you to lectures. It can last for up to four hours if you really lower your power settings. So don’t forget to make some room for a charger in your backpack.

You can purchase this powerful HP Omen 15 gaming laptop for just $999.99 with $100 OFF. That’s a steal deal!

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If you are really set on purchasing a gaming laptop, then Acer Predator Helios 300 PH315 has a better Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU and fast 144Hz refresh-rate display. However, it lacks in storage department as it comes with just 256GB of SSD, but it can be upgraded. The price of the Acer Predator Helios 300 is $1,199.00 and it is also discounted for $100.

Users who want to have a gaming laptop but are working on a smaller budget should check out ASUS FX503VD. It has Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor which was launched last year, and an entry-level GPU in the Nvidia Pascal lineup (GTX 1050), but those components are still great for gaming and work. The price of ASUS FX503VD is $898.95 and you will save $100.05.

Apple MacBook Pro 13 with Touchbar (2018)

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Already a classic among the students, many of them will opt for Apple MacBook Pro at the beginning of a new school year. With its simple but useful design, MacBook Pro can be of great help while studying or attending lectures. The 2018 MacBook Pro is a recent release by Apple, and even though it follows the same design principles, there are a couple of new additions that are interesting. Weighing 3.02lbs with 0.6-inch profile, the laptop will go easily into any bag or backpack. The 13-inch Retina display delivers amazing visuals which are improved even further with True Tone technology that adjusts the colors automatically, making them “easier on the eyes”.

The keyboard has 0.55mm of travel which is one of the questionable design choices when it comes to Apple. However, this new version of MacBook Pro keyboard is significantly quieter. The Touch Bar which is basically a tiny touchscreen located above the keyboard is a very useful addition and can save you some time, especially while browsing the internet or listening to music. When it comes to the hardware, MacBook Pro 13 has Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM which will run this machine like clockwork. There is also 256GB of SSD storage. As expected, the battery can last for almost nine hours even if you use the laptop at the highest power settings.

You can save $100 on 2018 MacBook Pro 13 with touchbar at Best Buy if you’re a student and get it for $1,799.99 $1,699.99

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You can get Beats Wireless Headphones for free when you buy an eligible Mac at Apple Web Store .

Lenovo Yoga 730

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Lenovo Yoga 730 13” is one of the best-selling convertible laptops out there. Designed for artists and designers, as well as for the everyday users, this laptop pushed boundaries with its bold design and abilities. Made of aluminum, this laptop feels more expensive than it really is. This is a 2-in-1 device so you will basically have a tablet and a laptop. And it is very portable since Lenovo Yoga 730 weighs 2.47lbs (or 1.12kgs). It has a 13-inch touchscreen, and you can use Lenovo Active Pen 2 on it in order to draw, write, or design.

The connectivity is so-so, with two USB 3.0 ports on the left side but that is a standard for 2-in-1 devices. While the keyboard looks good and has 1.1mm of travel between the keys, some users might find it uncomfortable. But the trackpad makes up for it with the size and responsiveness. The hardware is great for a convertible laptop because it features 8th generation Intel Core i5-8250U processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of SSD storage. As you might guess, the performance in exquisite and smooth. If you plan on using this laptop throughout the day, you may do so without thinking of recharging because the battery can last for seven hours.

You can buy Lenovo Yoga 730 13” for $799.99 with $150 off.

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If you need a slightly bigger screen, you can select Lenovo Yoga 730 15” for $749.99 which will save you $100. Of course, there are always options with even stronger hardware so you can get Lenovo Yoga 730 15” with 4K screen and Intel 8th generation Core i7 for $1,399.99 which will save you $150.

Lenovo ThinkPad T480

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If you require a powerful and reliable laptop for your everyday tasks and schoolwork, Lenovo ThinkPad T480 will certainly meet your expectations and then some more. With its serious and no-nonsense design, this notebook looks professional and classic. Lenovo makes durable machines and this one was tested in insane conditions just to make sure it would stay in one piece. Unfortunately, this is not an ultraportable because it weighs 3.6lbs, but it is still travel-friendly and shouldn’t weight you down while walking around. Lenovo ThinkPad T480 has a 14-inch screen with IPS technology guaranteeing excellent viewing angles.

The basic configuration for Lenovo ThinkPad T480 features Intel Core i3-8130U processor, 4GB of RAM, and 500GB of HDD. This combination is perfect for school or business where you are required to complete tasks daily or weekly. However, you can get the same laptop with better hardware which will be explained below. Lenovo ThinkPad T480 has a very comfortable keyboard that is responsive so users who plan on typing a lot on it will enjoy the experience. The connectivity is good considering the size of the laptop and you will have 2 USB ports, one SD card reader, and an HDMI port at your disposal. The battery life is truly amazing, and the laptop can last for up to eight hours on a single charge.

Lenovo ThinkPad T480 can be purchased for $767.20 with $242 off from Lenovo web store. That is the price of basic model with Intel Core i3 but you can also buy it with up to Intel Core i7. Those models are discounted up to $500.

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The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook which is one of our top-rated laptops is also on discount at Lenovo web store. It offers excellent performance hardware within lightweight carbon-fiber chassis. Of course, it isn’t cheap and falls in $1000+ category. So, if you have the budget and looking for a powerful and lightweight laptop to buy this back-to-school season, then ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the one to go with. | Check Price on Lenovo

HP Spectre x360 13″

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Convertible laptops can be exceptionally useful for students because they will basically get both a computer and a tablet in a single device. HP Spectre x360 is affordable and can deliver outstanding performance for that price. The design is quite simple but durable, with an aluminum chassis that looks and feels expensive. The hinges which are responsible for transforming this laptop into a tablet are high-quality and firm. HP Spectre x360 is incredibly compact and weighs 2.78lbs. When you lift up the lid, you will see a wide trackpad that gives you plenty of room for movement. The keyboard has just the right amount of travel between the keys to keep your fingers rested while typing.

The 13.3-inch display is in full-HD and uses WLED technology. You will get stunning visuals since the contrast and brightness are very balanced. It is a touchscreen so you can use the HP pen for catching notes during the lectures. Powered by Intel Core i5-8250U processor and 8GB of RAM, this small laptop is a true powerhouse. Not to forget 256GB of super-fast SSD storage where you can keep all of your files and launch apps in seconds. HP’s website says that the battery can last for up to sixteen hours which might be plausible in some situations. However, if you run your laptop at the highest settings, the battery will last for up to eight hours which is still quite impressive.

You can purchase HP Spectre x360 13“ for $949.99, with $200 off from HP web store.

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If you really like this model but require even stronger hardware, you can get Spectre x360 15″ with 4K touch display, Intel Core i7-8550U processor, 16GB RAM and 512GB of SSD for $1,399.99 with $200 off from HP. | Configure yours now

HP Envy 13t

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Super portable and elegant, HP Envy 13t can be your trusty companion throughout the school year. With a matte aluminum design and smooth lines, HP Envy 13t is affordable and powerful. Once you lift up the lid, you will see the all silver keyboard and trackpad that follow the same aesthetics. HP Envy 13t is incredibly light, weighing only 2.93lbs and the profile is 0.55-inch thin. The battery can last for nearly ten hours without being charged, it is clear why HP Envy 13t can come in handy when in classes.

This laptop has a 13.3-inch full HD display that is decent for the price, but you will notice that brightness and the vividness of colors are not breathtaking. The viewing angles are also a bit off. Intel Core i7-8550U processor and 8GB of RAM will make sure you can multitask and complete any type of work on this machine. Additionally, there is 256GB of SSD storage which will improve the speed and the performance of HP Envy 13t. The keyboard is on a smaller side, with 1.2mm of travel between the keys but you will not even notice it. It is still responsive and comfortable. The trackpad is smooth, without the visible buttons, and supports gestures.

The price of HP Envy 13t is $799.99 with a $200 discount at HP web store. This is one of our most favorite laptop deals of this year’s back to school sale.

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Dell XPS 13

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Dell XPS 13 is that company’s take on an ultraportable laptop which is ideal for students because they require a light machine that doesn’t take up too much space in a backpack. Constructed from aluminum with a carbon fiber palm rest that doesn’t get too hot, Dell XP 13 is sturdy and reliable. It weighs merely 2.9lbs with 0.33 to 0.6-inch of height. Dell decided to include a 13.3-inch full HD InfinityEdge display which covers the majority of the frame without leaving any borders on the sides. 

The Intel Core i5-8250U processor and 8GB of RAM guarantee excellent performance when doing the everyday school work and other tasks. You can also do some light gaming on this laptop in your free time. When it comes to storage, Dell XPS 13 will arrive with 256GB of SSD. The connectivity is great, with two USB 3.0 ports, one USB Type-C port, an HDMI port, and an SD card reader. The battery life is truly amazing, and you will be able to use this laptop for up to eight hours on a single charge.

You can buy Dell XPS 13 for $949.99, with $150 off.

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Alienware 15

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Dell really raised the bar when it comes to gaming laptops with the release of Alienware 15. It is a stylish and professional looking laptop with quite interesting design choices. The chassis is made of a combination of metals that will keep the laptop safe so you can slide it into your backpack and travel comfortably with it. But it is on a heavier side since it weighs 7.69lbs. Alienware 15 has a 15.6-inch LCD display which is in full HD. It also has anti-glare technology so you can work or play video games in various light conditions. The keyboard is perfect for typing with 2mm of travel between the keys. The trackpad is spacious, smooth, and supports gestures.

The combination of exceptional components makes Alienware 15 stand out from the competition. Starting with 8th generation Intel Core i7-8750H processor, you can be certain that the laptop will perform well. When you add 16GB of RAM and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, you can rest assured that the gameplay will be enjoyable without any pauses or lags. But there are a few downsides as well, namely the heat. The keyboard and the palm rest might get hot after gaming for hours which could be a little bit unpleasant. And the battery can last for four to five hours of internet browsing and video streaming. You can already guess it will last shorter when you play video games.

The current price of Alienware 15 is $1,399.99 with $400 off at Dell web store.

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If you like the hardware and want to pay less for the same components, check out Dell G7 15 which is another great gaming laptop that might be budget friendly.

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Conclusion

With so many excellent options, you might feel slightly overwhelmed right now. But take a step back and go over a couple of things. First of all, what is your current budget and which laptops can you afford? Secondly, what type of work do you plan to do on your new laptop? Once you get this straight, choosing the perfect computer will be a breeze and you will start the new school year ready to tackle anything!

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Lassiter High School
Faceless Trojan.png
Address
2601 Shallowford Road
Marietta , Georgia 30066
United States
Coordinates 34°02′27″N 84°28′19″W / 34.04088°N 84.47189°W / 34.04088; -84.47189 Coordinates : 34°02′27″N 84°28′19″W / 34.04088°N 84.47189°W / 34.04088; -84.47189
Information
Type Public high school
MottoReaching Excellence and Climbing Higher
Established1981
School district Cobb County School District
PrincipalChris Richie
Teaching staff117.50 (on a FTE basis)
Grades9–12
Enrollment2,150 (2015-2016)
Student to teacher ratio18.52
Campus Suburban
Color(s)        
Nickname Trojans
Rival Walton High School
PublicationArête (literary magazine)
NewspaperThe Laureate
YearbookThe Odyssey
Website School website
[1]

Lassiter High School is a public high school located north of Atlanta in Marietta , Georgia , United States , in the Cobb County School District . The school was founded in 1981. The school colors are gold and maroon, and the school mascot is the Faceless Trojan.

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Demographics
  • 3 Sports and clubs
    • 3.1 Music
    • 3.2 Sports
  • 4 Notable alumni
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

History[ edit ]

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Lassiter High School was established in 1981. It was awarded the Georgia Public School of Excellence award in 1992, 1999, 2008, and 2010. In 2000, it was named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence .

The school was named for Leamond N. Lassiter, who was a member of the Cobb County Board of Education for 12 years.

Demographics[ edit ]

The demographic breakdown of the 2,176 students enrolled in 2015-2016 was:

  • Male – 50.1%
  • Female – 49.9%
  • Native American/Alaskan – 0.1%
  • Asian/Pacific islanders – 5.8%
  • Black – 9.5%
  • Hispanic – 7.4%
  • White – 74.3%
  • Multiracial – 2.9%

8.5% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunch. [1]

Sports and clubs[ edit ]

The school’s first team state championship was in girls’ cross country, won in fall 1982. More recently, the baseball team has been the state runner-up seven times in their nine appearances in the state finals. The boys’ soccer team was ranked first in the nation during the beginning of the spring season.

Music[ edit ]

The Lassiter Marching Trojan Band won the Bands of America Grand National Championships in 1998 and 2002. [2]

Sports[ edit ]

  • Baseball [3] (1999 & 2006 State Champions) [4] [5]
  • Basketball [6]
  • Cheerleading [7] (1996 AAAA State Champions) [8]
  • Cross Country [9] (State Championships: boys’ 1988; girls’ 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 93) [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]
  • Equestrian
  • Fastpitch softball [17] (State Champions 2007) [18]
  • Fencing (club sport)
  • Football [19]
  • Golf [20] (girls’ State Champions 2001) [21]
  • Gymnastics (girls’) [22] (2010 State Champions) [23]
  • Lacrosse [24] (2004 Co-State Champions[ citation needed ], 2006 State Champions, 2017 Boys State Champions) [25] [26]
  • Soccer [27] (boys’ State Champions 1996, girls State Champions 2016) [28] [29]
  • Swimming [30] (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 State Champions, girls’) [31] [32] [33] [34]
  • Roller hockey [35] (club sport) (2002 State Champions, 2007 State Champions)[ citation needed ]
  • Rugby union (club sport) (State Champions 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2011)[ citation needed ]
  • Tennis (1996 girls’ State Champions, 2005 boys’ State Champions) [36] [37]
  • Track & field [38] (girls’ 2010 State Champions) [39]
  • Volleyball [40]
  • Wrestling [41]

Notable alumni[ edit ]

  • Mark Bloom – MLS soccer player, currently playing for Atlanta United FC
  • AJ Bowen – actor
  • Andy Dick – actor; formed the first drama club in 1982 at Lassiter
  • Amy Dumas [42] – professional wrestler and musician best known as Lita
  • Kelly Flinn – first female B-52 pilot in the US Air Force
  • Bryan Lundquist – swimmer, world record holder in 4 × 100 m freestyle
  • Melanie Moore – professional dancer [43]
  • Kyle Patrick – lead singer of The Click Five
  • April Richardson – comedian, regular on Chelsea Lately; frequent contestant on @midnight
  • Cody Runnels – professional wrestler under the name Cody Rhodes and Stardust
  • Lawson Vaughn – professional soccer player
  • Philip Lutzenkirchen – college football player for Auburn University
  • Hutson Mason – college football player for the University of Georgia

References[ edit ]

  1. ^ a b “Search for Public Schools – School Detail for Lassiter High School” . ed.gov. Retrieved 13 February 2018. 
  2. ^ “Lassiter High School Band: Home” . lbba.org. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  3. ^ “website” . lassiterbaseball.org. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  4. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1999-2000” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  5. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2006-2007” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  6. ^ website
  7. ^ “Lassiter Cheerleading” . lassitercheerleading.org. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  8. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1997-1998” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  9. ^ website Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine .
  10. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1989-1990” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  11. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1983-1984” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  12. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1984-1985” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  13. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1985-1986” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  14. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1987-1988” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  15. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1988-1989” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  16. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1994-1995” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  17. ^ website Archived 2007-07-26 at the Wayback Machine .
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  19. ^ “Lassiter Touchdown Club” . Lassiter Touchdown Club. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  20. ^ “website” . lassiter.org. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  21. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2001-2002” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  22. ^ website Archived August 26, 2011, at the Wayback Machine .
  23. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2010-2011” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  24. ^ website Archived 2013-09-14 at the Wayback Machine .
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  26. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2017-2018” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  27. ^ “Official Home of Lassiter Soccer” . Official Home of Lassiter Soccer. Retrieved 3 July 2015. 
  28. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 1996-1997” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  29. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2016-2017” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
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  31. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2008-2009” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  32. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2009-2010” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  33. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2010-2011” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  34. ^ Georgia High School Association. “Georgia High School Association Constitution and Bylaws 2011-2012” (PDF). Retrieved 22 April 2018. 
  35. ^ website Archived January 7, 2009, at the Wayback Machine .
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        Central

        Lakes

        Binder Lake

        Information

        573-815-7900

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        channel catfish good on worms and liver; largemouth bass fair on topwater lures in shallow water; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Blind Pony Lake

        Information

        573-815-7900

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        80 degrees Fahrenheit at 5′ deep; channel catfish are fair in the early morning and evenings in shallow water; crappie fair and grouped together in deep water near standing and submerged trees from a boat; fish will be above thermocline which is at 13′; all other species slow; the lake is closed to private boats; bait held or transported in containers with water is prohibited; please return boats available for use (at no charge) to the shoreline storage area when done; boats left elsewhere on the lake are unavailable for others to use.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Lake of the Ozarks (Bagnell Tailwater)

        Information

        573-346-2210

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        catfish slow, try using cut shad, cut bluegill and worms; crappie fair, try using crappie jigs and minnows; black bass slow, try using worms, dark colored soft plastics; white bass fair, try using light colored soft plastics, Rooster Tails and crappie jigs.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Lake of the Ozarks (Glaize)

        Information

        573-346-2210

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish slow, try using worms, chicken livers, hot dogs and cut baits; crappie fair, try using crappie jigs and minnows; black bass slow, try using dark colored soft plastics, buzzbaits and spinnerbaits; white bass slow, try using light colored soft plastics, Rooster Tails and minnows.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Lake of the Ozarks (Gravois)

        Information

        573-346-2210

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish slow, try using cut bait; crappie slow, try using minnows; black bass slow; white bass slow
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Lake of the Ozarks (Niangua)

        Information

        573-346-2210

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish fair, try using stinkbait or hot dogs; crappie slow, try using minnows; black bass slow, try using topwater jigs or dark plastics.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Lake of the Ozarks (Osage)

        Information

        573-346-2210

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish fair, try using shad or hot dogs; crappie slow, try using minnows; black bass slow, try using topwater jigs or dark plastics; white bass slow, try using topwater jigs or dark plastics.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Little Dixie Lake

        Information

        573-815-7900

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        bluegill fair on worms; channel catfish fair on cut baits, and chicken liver; all other species slow; reminder that Little Dixie Lake is pole and line method only; all use, including fishing, is prohibited from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m..
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        Rivers

        Lamine River

        Information

        573-815-7900

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        high

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        1′ above normal level; all species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Missouri River (Middle)

        Information

        573-815-7900

        Water Surface Temp

        75º

        Water Level (Range)

        high

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        blue catfish fair on cut baits and live baits; flathead catfish fair on live bait; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Osage (lower, at Tuscumbia)

        Information

        573-346-2210

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        catfish slow, try using cut shad, cut bluegill and worms; crappie fair, try using crappie jigs and minnows; black bass slow, try using worms, dark colored soft plastics; white bass fair, try using light colored soft plastics, Rooster Tails and crappie jigs.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

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        Lakes

        Atkinson Lake (Schell-Osage CA)

        Information

        660-885-6981

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        82 degrees, low, dingy: black bass good on nightcrawlers, jigs, and plastic worms near dam road near dark; bluegill fair on earthworms and crickets; channel catfish good on liver and stinkbaits; all other species slow; pressure light.
        (Reported on: 8/13/18)
        James A. Reed Memorial Wildlife Area

        Information

        816-622-0900

        Water Surface Temp

        78º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        Redear Sunfish Illustration
        Redear Sunfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        largemouth bass good on soft plastics or topwater lures early and late in the day; channel catfish good on liver and prepared baits; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/13/18)
        Truman Lake

        Information

        660-885-6981

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Good
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        82 degrees, low, clear; crappie good on minnows; blue catfish are fair on fresh cut minnows; channel catfish fair on dip baits, flathead catfish fair on sunfish, all other species fair; pressure light.
        (Reported on: 8/13/18)
        Truman Lake Tailwaters

        Information

        660-885-6981

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        82 degrees, low, clear; crappie fair on minnows; blue catfish fair on fresh cut shad, channel catfish fair on dip bat; all other species fair; pressure light.
        (Reported on: 8/13/18)

        Rivers

        Missouri River (Kansas City area)

        Information

        816-622-0900

        Water Surface Temp

        79º

        Water Level (Range)

        high

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        flathead catfish good on live baits, especially bluegill; blue catfish good on setlines using live baits, including goldfish and bluegill and cut baits, especially Asian carp; channel catfish fair on worms and dip baits in the river and tributaries; all other species good on worms.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Northeast

        Lakes

        Hazel Creek Lake

        Information

        660-785-2420

        Water Surface Temp

        78º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Muskellunge Illustration
        Muskellunge

        Prospect

        Slow
        channel catfish good on worms; all other species slow; use extreme caution when using boat landings as the water level is still very low; electric trolling motors only.

        (Reported on: 8/7/18)
        Henry Sever Lake

        Information

        660-785-2420

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        bluegill good on earthworms; channel catfish good on earthworms and chicken livers; largemouth bass good on soft plastics;all other species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Hunnewell Lake

        Information

        660-785-2420

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Good
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        bluegill good on earthworms; largemouth bass good on soft plastics; all other species slow; the lake is closed to private boats, and bait held or transported in containers with water is prohibited.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Long Branch Lake

        Information

        660-785-2420

        Water Surface Temp

        81º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Hybrid Striped Bass (Wiper; Whiterock Bass) Illustration
        Hybrid Striped Bass (Wiper; Whiterock Bass)

        Prospect

        Fair
        Long Branch Lake water level is at 789.14 which is slightly under normal pool; crappie are fair in deeper water, 8-15ft,try using plastic jigs and minnows; catfish fair on set lines, try using chicken liver, leeches, stinkbait and worms; hybrid striped bass fair on crankbaits; all other species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Mark Twain Lake

        Information

        660-785-2420

        Water Surface Temp

        76º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        lake level is at 601.24ft.; surface temp is around 76 degrees but varies depending on the time of day and where you are on the lake; the lake area is expecting rain this week so expect changes in clarity and temperatures: crappie are good on jigs and minnows and are suspended out in the deeper water; channel catfish are fair on all baits; largemouth bass are fair on soft plastics and crankbaits; all other species are slow.

        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Thomas Hill Reservoir

        Information

        660-785-2420

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        varying water temperatures from 80° at the power plant to 90˚ in warmwater arm;1.2 feet below normal water level at 709.1;all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Rivers

        Mississippi River (upper)

        Information

        573-248-2530

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        falling

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Freshwater Drum Illustration
        Freshwater Drum

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        freshwater drum good on worms; channel catfish fair on stinkbait; all other species slow.

        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Salt River – Downstream of Mark Twain Lake

        Information

        573-248-2530

        Water Surface Temp

        79º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        all species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Northwest

        Lakes

        Bilby Ranch Lake

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        black bass good; channel catfish good; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Lake Paho

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        bass good; channel catfish good; blue catfish good; flathead catfish good; all other species fair.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Mozingo Lake

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Fair
        black bass good; channel catfish good on cut bait; crappie fair, try a different location in the lake if you are not catching keeper fish; walleye fair.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Pony Express Lake

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        crappie are slow; largemouth bass are slow; catfish fair on livers, stinkbaits, doughbaits and cut baits.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Smithville Lake

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        crappie are slow with the most success fishing brush piles, and the north end, tree line to tree line; catfish are good and are biting on everything; largemouth bass are fair around fish stumps and shallow trees; white bass are fair by the dam early in the morning; walleye are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        Rivers

        Grand River

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        78º

        Water Level (Range)

        falling

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Common Carp Illustration
        Common Carp

        Prospect

        Fair
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        channel catfish are good on nightcrawlers and doughbaits; blue catfish are good on shad sides and fresh cut bait; flathead catfish are fair on goldfish; common carp are fair on whole kernel corn: all other species good
        (Reported on: 8/13/18)
        Missouri River (upper)

        Information

        816-271-3100

        Water Surface Temp

        75º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Common Carp Illustration
        Common Carp

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        channel catfish are good on worms and stinkbaits ; flathead catfish are good on goldfish and live bait; blue catfish are fair on cut bait and shad; common carp are slow; black bass good on inland lakes.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        Ozark

        Lakes

        Bull Shoals Lake (East)

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        86º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        walleye fair on nightcrawlers; black bass fair on soft plastics.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Norfork Lake

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        87º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        walleye fair on nightcrawlers; black bass fair on soft plastics.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        Rivers

        Big Piney River (lower, Pulaski Co.)

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        77º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye) Illustration
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye)

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        black bass and goggle-eye good on soft plastic baits and jigs; channel catfish fair on live bait.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Big Piney River (upper, Texas Co.)

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        78º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Smallmouth Bass Illustration
        Smallmouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        smallmouth bass fair on soft plastics, largemouth bass fair on soft plastics and spinnerbaits.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Bryant Creek

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Smallmouth Bass Illustration
        Smallmouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye) Illustration
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye)

        Prospect

        Fair
        smallmouth bass and goggle-eye fair on soft plastics.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Current River

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        80º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Suckers Illustration
        Suckers

        Prospect

        Good
        Smallmouth Bass Illustration
        Smallmouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        suckers good on nightcrawlers; smallmouth bass fair on jigs.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Eleven Point River

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        67º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        rainbow trout good on marabou jigs, black and gold minnows, crayfish crankbait with orange belly, minnows, corn; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Gasconade River (middle)

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        77º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye) Illustration
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye)

        Prospect

        Good
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        black bass and goggle-eye good on soft plastic baits and jigs; channel catfish fair on live bait.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Gasconade River (upper)

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        88º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear
        all species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Jacks Fork River

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        85º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        all species fair, best on soft plastics, and jigs.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        North Fork of the White River

        Information

        417-256-7161

        Water Surface Temp

        64º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Smallmouth Bass Illustration
        Smallmouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye) Illustration
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye)

        Prospect

        Fair
        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Fair
        Brown Trout Illustration
        Brown Trout

        Prospect

        Fair
        smallmouth bass and goggle-eye fair on soft plastics; rainbow trout and brown trout fair on artificial and natural baits.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        Southeast

        Lakes

        Clearwater Lake

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        all species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Council Bluff Lake

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        85º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Sunfish Illustration
        Sunfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        sunfish fair using crickets; black bass fair on dark colored plastics; channel catfish fair on worms; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Cypress Lake

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        high

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        channel catfish good at 2′-8′ depth on stinkbaits, livers, and worms; bluegill fair at 2′-5′ depth on crickets, worms, and small jigs; crappie fair at 2′-5′ depth on minnows and jigs; largemouth bass fair at 1′-4′ depth on minnows, jigs, and plastic worms.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Duck Creek C.A. Pool #1

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Good
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Redear Sunfish Illustration
        Redear Sunfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        bluegill good using crickets and small bug (spider) jigs 2.5 foot depth; largemouth bass fair using spinnerbaits and large minnows at two foot depths; Redear sunfish good on jigs and crickets at 2.5 foot depth; crappie slow, best on jigs, crickets, and minnows at 4 foot depth; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Lake Girardeau

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Redear Sunfish Illustration
        Redear Sunfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Crappie Illustration
        Black Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        channel catfish fair on worms, livers and stinkbaits; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Perry County Lake

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        76º

        Water Level (Range)

        high

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        All species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Robert DeLaney Lake

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        85º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        channel catfish fair on nightcrawlers; bluegill fair on mealworms and crickets; largemouth bass fair on soft plastics; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Wappapello Lake

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        85º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        channel catfish and flathead catfish fair using live bait and livers on trotlines; black bass fair in shallow water using crankbaits and plastics; crappie fair near brushy areas using minnows and jigs; bluegill fair using crickets and worms near the shore; discharge is 380 cfs; lake stage 360.08; tailwater 321.29; recorded lake level and other information can be received by calling the Wappapello Lake Information hotline at 573-222-8139 or 1-877-lake-info.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        Rivers

        Black River (above Clearwater Lake)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        78º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Smallmouth Bass Illustration
        Smallmouth Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        all species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Black River (below Clearwater Lake)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Sunfish Illustration
        Sunfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        All species slow; discharge 350 CFPS.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Castor River (above Zalma)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Channel catfish fair on live bait; Black bass fair on artificial lures with pumpkin green color; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Mississippi River (Middle)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Level (Range)

        falling

        Water Type

        muddy

        Fish Reported

        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        19.6 ft and dropping, muddy; blue catfish fair on worms and cut baits; flathead catfish fair on live sunfish; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Mississippi River (Ohio River to Arkansas)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        85º

        Water Level (Range)

        falling

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Blue Catfish Illustration
        Blue Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        9.8 ft. at New Madrid; blue catfish and flathead catfish fair on cut baits, chicken livers and worms; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        St. Francis River (above Wappapello Lake)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Sunfish Illustration
        Sunfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Channel Catfish fair on live bait. Black bass fair on minnows; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        St. Francis River (below Wappapello Lake)

        Information

        573-290-5730

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        falling

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Channel Catfish Illustration
        Channel Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Flathead Catfish Illustration
        Flathead Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        channel catfish are good on worms and chicken livers; flathead catfish are good on green sunfish; black bass are fair on spinner and topwater baits; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Southwest

        Lakes

        Bull Shoals Lake (West)

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        85º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Striped Bass Illustration
        Striped Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Good
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        black bass good on topwater baits, jigs, soft plastics, and nightcrawlers; walleye good on nightcrawlers; striped bass fair on large jerkbaits and swimbaits; catfish fair on nightcrawlers; crappie fair on minnows around brush piles; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Lake Taneycomo

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        55º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        Brown Trout Illustration
        Brown Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        trout good in upper portion of lake on 1/16 oz. or 1/32 oz. sculpin, white and black marabou jigs fished on 4 lb. clear line, Rooster Tails, and orange glo balls when generators are running, or scuds, San Juan worms or wooly bugger patterns when generators are not running; trout good in lower portion of lake on white, pink, orange, or chartreuse floating Berkley Gulp Salmon Eggs rigged with a weight 18″ from the hook, floating nightcrawlers, corn and minnows also working well.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Pomme de Terre Reservoir

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Slow
        crappie fair on jigs and minnows over brush piles in 15′ to 20′ of water; black bass fair on topwater lures early in the morning along steep rocky banks and big worms in 15′ to 25′ of water; white bass fair on jigs on the flats; walleye slow, best on flats while trolling with deep crankbaits and nightcrawlers; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Stockton Lake

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        81º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        White Bass Illustration
        White Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Fair
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Good
        bluegill good on nightcrawlers; walleye fair on jerkbaits, swimming baits, and bottom bouncing nightcrawlers on flats; white bass good on minnows and jigs around structure and brush piles in early morning or late afternoon; ; catfish good on live baits and cut baits; black bass fair on crankbaits, soft plastics, topwater baits, and spinnerbaits; white bass fair on swimming minnows, crankbaits, and Rooster Tails; .
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Table Rock Lake

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        84º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Good
        catfish good on cut baits; black bass good on drop shot in 20′ of water off main lake points early in the morning; walleye good on spoons in 20′ of water; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Table Rock Lake (James River arm)

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        87º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Walleye Illustration
        Walleye

        Prospect

        Fair
        Smallmouth Bass Illustration
        Smallmouth Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        largemouth bass good on soft plastic tube baits, watermelon colors working best, also try deep diving crankbaits, topwater lures in the morning at sunrise, jigging spoons in 45′ of water; smallmouth bass good on white or green colored flukes in the back of shallow coves early in the morning or late evening; catfish fair on large nightcrawlers, live crayfish and cut shad; bluegill fair on crickets, mealworms, nightcrawlers, and small purple or orange tube jigs; walleye fair by jigging spoons in at least 45′ of water; all other species slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Rivers

        James River

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        89º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Largemouth Bass Illustration
        Largemouth Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Good
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye) Illustration
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye)

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish good on nightcrawlers and live bait on trotlines and limb lines baited with shad; largemouth bass slow, best on topwater lures in morning and evening, also try Texas rigs with 5″ watermelon and pumpkin color worms; bluegill slow, best on worms, crickets, and small jigs in all colors; goggle-eye slow, best on live bait and spinners in all colors or soft plastic baits; crappie slow, best on minnows and white and green jigs; white bass slow, best on all colors of Rooster Tails and minnows or swimbaits.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Niangua River

        Information

        417-895-6880

        Water Surface Temp

        81º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        Brown Trout Illustration
        Brown Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Good
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye) Illustration
        Northern Rock Bass (Goggle-Eye)

        Prospect

        Good
        google-eye good on live bait and spinners in all colors or soft plastic baits; trout good on bright colored flies and white Rooster Tails; black bass good on live minnows.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)

        St. Louis

        Lakes

        Busch Memorial Conservation Area Lake 33

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish are slow, try using blood baits, doughbaits, worms or livers; black bass are slow, try using spinnerbaits, topwater lures, plastic worms or crankbaits; crappie are slow, try using minnows or jigs; bluegill are slow, try using natural baits, worms or crickets; all other species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Busch Memorial Conservation Area Lakes 3, 4, 5, and 7

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        catfish are slow, try using blood baits, doughbaits, worms or livers; black bass are slow, try using spinnerbaits, topwater lures, plastic worms or crankbaits; crappie are slow, try using minnows or jigs; bluegill are slow, try using natural baits, worms or crickets; all other species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Rivers

        Big River

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Slow
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Slow
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Bourbeuse River

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Surface Temp

        83º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        catfish are fair using cut baits and worms; black bass are slow, try using plastic worms and crankbaits; crappie are slow, try using minnows; bluegill are fair using natural baits and worms; all other species are fair.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Meramec River (Crawford Co.)

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Fair
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Fair
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        catfish are fair using cut baits, doughbaits, and minnows; black bass are fair using spinnerbaits, topwater lures, and crankbaits; crappie are fair using minnows and jigs; bluegill are fair using worms; all other species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Meramec River (St. Louis Co.)

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Black Bass Illustration
        Black Bass

        Prospect

        Slow
        Crappie Illustration
        Crappie

        Prospect

        Slow
        Bluegill Illustration
        Bluegill

        Prospect

        Fair
        catfish are fair using cut baits and blood baits; black bass are slow, try using crankbaits; crappie are slow, try using minnows; bluegill are fair using crickets; all other species are slow.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Mississippi River (St. Louis Region)

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Freshwater Drum Illustration
        Freshwater Drum

        Prospect

        Fair
        blue catfish are fair using cut baits; channel catfish are fair using dip baits; flathead catfish are fair using live baits; freshwater drum are fair using worms; all other species are fair.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)
        Missouri River (Lower)

        Information

        636-441-4554

        Water Surface Temp

        82º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        dingy

        Fish Reported

        Catfish Illustration
        Catfish

        Prospect

        Fair
        Freshwater Drum Illustration
        Freshwater Drum

        Prospect

        Fair
        blue catfish are fair using cut baits; channel catfish are fair using dip baits; flathead catfish are fair using live baits; freshwater drum are fair using worms; all other species are fair.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

        Trout Parks

        Trout Parks

        Bennett Spring State Park

        Information

        Park 417-532-4418

        Water Surface Temp

        61º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        Brown Trout Illustration
        Brown Trout

        Prospect

        Fair
        zone 1 and 2 popular lures; Red crackleback; orange, black and yellow,red or black marabou jigs, John Deere, fluorescent orange Rooster Tails, Easter egg glo ball; zone 3 popular baits: pink, orange, or white Power Bait, salmon eggs, night crawlers; August fishing hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; September weed cutting is scheduled for September 19-20; Ladies Free Fishing Day is September 29th; remember that all brown trout less than 15″ in length must be returned to the water immediately; for up-to-date park weather and stream information visit https://www.weather.gov/sgf/BennettSpringStatePark or for more information, please contact Bennett Spring Hatchery at 417-532-4418.
        (Reported on: 8/15/18)
        Maramec Spring Park

        Information

        573-265-7801

        Water Surface Temp

        57º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        Brown Trout Illustration
        Brown Trout

        Prospect

        Fair
        water is clear and continues to have 4 feet or more of clarity; the spring branch is clear to the bottom in all but the deepest pools; use very light line due to very clear water, 2-4lb; best bets are early morning or evening; rainbow trout continue to be good on local Dee Dee’s dough bait; try homemade bread and cream cheese dough bait that worked this week; tinsel jigs worms continue to be good; white jigs and black diving jigs worked this week; several brown trout were caught on Gulp! minnows this week; best flies to try are green caddis, tan scuds, rainbow warriors, soft hackles fished on the swing; remember that all brown trout less than 15″ in length must be returned to the water immediately; fishing times for the month of August are 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Women’s Fishing Day is Saturday, September 8; Women fish free; Special area reserved for women.
        (Reported on: 8/7/18)
        Montauk State Park

        Information

        573-548-2585

        Water Surface Temp

        59º

        Water Level (Range)

        normal

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        Brown Trout Illustration
        Brown Trout

        Prospect

        Fair
        water level is 1.71 feet and holding steady; fishing is good on all baits with black/yellow and black/white single hook Rooster Tails working well; wooly buggers, scuds, midges, Cracklebacks, micro jigs and jigs are other good choices in the fly area; artificial worms and eggs are working well in the bait area, as well as Power Bait; fishing hours for August are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for more up-to-date stream conditions go to the USGS gauging station for the Current River at Montauk State Park at https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?cb_00065=on&cb_00060=on&cb_00045=on&format=gif_default&period=16&site_no=07064440. For more information contact Montauk Hatchery at 573-548-2585.
        (Reported on: 8/7/18)
        Roaring River State Park

        Information

        417-847-2430

        Water Surface Temp

        58º

        Water Level (Range)

        low

        Water Type

        clear

        Fish Reported

        Rainbow Trout Illustration
        Rainbow Trout

        Prospect

        Good
        kids fishing day is Saturday August 18th; the river is low for this time of year and is clear; right now, Cracklebacks, Adams, beetles, ants, hoppers, and caddis flies are all good; leaders are 9′ with 6X or 7X tippets; fish are being caught on nymphs, pheasant tails, copper johns, green, brown, and tan zebra midges, sow bugs, burlaps, hares ears, and small prince nymphs; glo balls, San Juan worms, black, brown, yellow, and tan buggers, and leeches work well most of the day, fish are being caught on the baby buggers in the same colors; plastic eggs and worms are still catching lots of fish, black, pink, black/yellow, orange, and green have all been good; spinnerbaits are still working in the early mornings black, brown, white, yellow, and skunk have all been working well; jig fisherman are really doing well right now, the water is good for sight fishing and the jig fisherman are catching trout on olive, black, brown, white, and tan; if you are using Micro Jigs, tan, olive, and black/yellow have been the best colors; Zone 3 is fishing good on cheese or brown Power Bait paste; corn, nightcrawlers, and natural eggs have also been working.
        (Reported on: 8/14/18)

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        Trout Stocking

        The Conservation Department stocks trout in each of the trout parks every evening from the day before the March 1 opener through Oct. 30. Tag sale estimates determine a daily stocking rate average of 2.25 fish per expected angler. Except on opening day, three fish are stocked for every expected angler. From March 1 to Oct. 31, the parks will collectively sell more than 400,000 tags and stock more than 900,000 fish. These fish will average about 12 inches long over the season, but some variation occurs. Dozens of lunkers weighing upwards of 3 pounds are stocked each year. A few tip the scales at more than 10 pounds.

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        MS Engineering College, [MSEC] Bangalore Fee Structure and List of Courses Summary

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        Bachelor of Engineering [BE] 4 year(s)4,00,000
        Master of Technology [M.Tech] 2 year(s)3,40,000
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        MS Engineering College, [MSEC] Bangalore Engineering Fee Structure


        Bachelor of Engineering [BE]

        Course Duration:

        4 year(s), Full Time

        Total Tuition Fees:

        Rs. 4 Lakh




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        Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

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        Rs. 4 Lakh
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        Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Computer Science and Engineering)

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        Rs. 4 Lakh
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        Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Civil Engineering)

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        Rs. 4 Lakh
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        Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Mechanical Engineering)

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        Rs. 4 Lakh
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        Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

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        Rs. 4 Lakh
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        Master of Technology [M.Tech]

        Course Duration:

        2 year(s), Full Time

        Total Tuition Fees:

        Rs. 3.40 Lakh




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        Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Machine Design)

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        Rs. 3.40 Lakh
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        Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Computer Science and Engineering)

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        Rs. 3.40 Lakh
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        Master of Technology [M.Tech] (VLSI Design and Embedded Systems)

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        Rs. 3.40 Lakh
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        About MS Engineering College, [MSEC] Bangalore:

        M. S. Engineering College is a Bengaluru based Engineering College promoted by M. S. Educational Trust. The college offers quality Education to students to achieve their goals of becoming much sought after professionals. Spread over an area of 25 acres, M. S. Engineering College is equipped with the best of infrastructure and has highly accomplished professionals who form part of the teaching and the administrative staff. All Programmes offered by M. S. Engineering College are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), an apex body of the Government of India. The college is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University. (VTU), Karnataka. The college is ISO 9001:2008 Certified.

        The College is situated near Yelahanka, one of Bengaluru City’s fastest growing area and 5 kms before the new International Airport,Bengaluru. Constructed in an area of 25 acres, the college provides the right ambience that is required for advanced education – close enough to the city but far from its bustle! The college provides comprehensive facilities that are spread across several capacious blocks, all provided with state-of-the-art equipments.

        Departments:

        • Electronics & Communication Engineering
        • Computer Science & Engineering
        • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
        • Mechanical Engineering
        • Civil Engineering
        • Computer Science & Engineering
        • VLSI Design & Embedded Systems
        • Machine Design
        • MCA

        Contact  Information:

        • Address: Navarathna Agrahara, Sadahalli P.O, Off Bengaluru International Airport, Bengaluru-562 110, Karnataka India.
        • Phone: +91 80 32529575/ +91 80 3252 9939

         

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        Nilesh

        What’s the fee structure for BE (EEE) in MS Engineering College, [MSEC] Bangalore?

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        Hi Nilesh,

         The fee structure for BE (EEE) in MS Engineering College, [MSEC] Bangalore is given below.

        • Fee per year :: INR 28,500
        • Total fee on completion of degree :: IN 1,14,000

          For more information regarding the fees, please contact the college. 

         

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        Akshit

        What is the Fee Structure of MSEC, Bangalore for BE in Computer Science Engineering?

        I want to know about Admission fee and yearly fee with hostel for BE in Computer Science at MS Engineering College, Bangalore

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        GetmyuniEnterprise

        Hi, Akshit

        Fee Structure of MS Engineering College, Bangalore for BE in Computer Science Engineering course are given below,

        Duration of Course: 4 Years

        YEARTUITIONOTHER
        121.9 Thousand10.7 Thousand
        221.9 Thousand5.21 Thousand
        321.9 Thousand5.21 Thousand
        421.9 Thousand5.21 Thousand
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        • Narcissistic Personality Disorder
        • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
        • Panic Attacks
        • Paranoia
        • Personality Disorders
        • Phobias
        • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
        • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
        • Psychopathology
        • Schizophrenia
        • Sexual Disorders
        • Somatization and Hypochondriasis
        • Substance Abuse

        Psychology Research and Analytic Techniques Research Paper Topics

        • Statistical Techniques and Analysis
        • Validity
        • Nonexperimental Research Methods
        • Experimental Designs
        • Single-Subject Designs
        • Qualitative Research
        • Ethics of Psychological Research

        Neuroscience Research Paper Topics

        • Biological Psychology
        • Neurotransmission
        • Traditional Neuroscience Research Methods
        • Imaging Techniques for the Localization of Brain Function
        • Drug Addiction
        • Behavioral Pharmacology

        Sensory Processes and Perception Research Paper Topics

        • Sensation
        • Psychophysics
        • States of Consciousness
        • Taste
        • Vision
        • Olfaction
        • Audition
        • Somatosensory Systems
        • Perception

        Evolution and Behavior Research Paper Topics

        • Evolutionary Psychology
        • Evolutionary Perspectives on Mate Preferences
        • Animal Learning and Behavior
        • Animal Cognition
        • Comparative Psychology

        Basic Learning Processes Research Paper Topics

        • Classical Conditioning
        • Recent Trends in Classical Conditioning
        • Taste-Aversion Learning
        • Operant Conditioning
        • Recent Trends in Operant Conditioning
        • Social Learning
        • Stimulus Equivalence

        Individual Differences and Personality Research Paper Topics

        • Psychometrics
        • Testing and Assessment
        • Personality Development
        • Personality Psychology
        • Intelligence
        • Motivation

        Cognitive Psychology Research Paper Topics

        • Memory
        • Memory and Eyewitness Testimony
        • Repressed and Recovered Memory
        • Language and Language Development
        • Thinking and Problem Solving
        • Critical Thinking
        • Artificial Intelligence

        Developmental Psychology Research Paper Topics

        • Prenatal Development and Infancy
        • Childhood and Adolescence
        • Adulthood and Aging
        • Disabilities
        • Giftedness
        • Death, Dying, and Bereavement
        • Nature Versus Nurture
        • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Myth or Mental Disorder?

        Social Psychology Research Paper Topics

        • Social Cognition
        • Attitudes and Attitude Change
        • Group Processes
        • Social Influence
        • The Nature of Love
        • Prejudice and Stereotyping
        • Leadership

        Health, Stress, and Coping Research Paper Topics

        • Health Psychology
        • Stress and Stressors
        • Coping Skills
        • Resilience
        • Positive Psychology
        • Human Performance in Extreme Environments
        • HIV/AIDS
        • Suicide

        Clinical Psychology Research Paper Topics

        • Abnormal Psychology
        • Ethics of Therapists
        • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)
        • Anxiety Disorders
        • Dissociative Disorders
        • Personality Disorders
        • Mood Disorders
        • Schizophrenia
        • Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders
        • Psychotherapy
        • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
        • Family Therapy
        • Pharmacotherapy
        • Forensic Clinical Psychology
        • Sexual Offending Behavior

        Applied Psychology Research Paper Topics

        • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
        • Human Factors
        • Community Psychology
        • Sport Psychology
        • Environmental Psychology
        • Psychology and the Law
        • Applied Behavior Analysis
        • Organizational Behavior Management

        Human Diversity Research Paper Topics

        • Gender and Sexual Orientation
        • Multiple Axes of Human Diversity
        • Psychology and Religion
        • Cross-Cultural Psychology and Research
        • International Psychology

        Assessment and Psychotherapy Research Paper Topics

        • Assessment of Mental Health in Older Adults
        • Behavior Therapy
        • Behavioral Medicine
        • Biofeedback
        • Brain Scanning/Neuroimaging
        • Child Sexual Abuse
        • Classifying Mental Disorders
        • Clinical Assessment
        • Cognitive Therapy
        • Community Mental Health
        • Constructivist Psychotherapies
        • Coping with Stress
        • Couples Therapy
        • Depression—Applied Aspects
        • Domestic Violence Intervention
        • Family Therapy
        • Hypnosis and the Psychological Unconscious
        • Meditation and the Relaxation Response
        • Personality Assessment
        • Premenstrual Syndrome Treatment Interventions
        • Psychoanalysis
        • Psychopharmacology
        • Sexual Dysfunction Therapy
        • Standards for Psychotherapy
        • Support Groups

        Psychology Research Paper TopicsAlthough human and animal behaviors have been topics of interest to scientists and others since antiquity, historians typically date the inception of modern psychology to the mid-19th century. More specifically, they have selected 1879, the year that Wilhelm Wundt established his experimental psychology laboratory at the University of Leipzig, as the year that modern psychology originated. At that time, Wundt believed that the goals of psychology were (a) to study “immediate” conscious experience using experimental methodology and (b) to investigate higher mental processes using nonexperimental techniques. The change that psychology has undergone in the nearly 130 years since its founding has been nothing short of phenomenal.

        For example, the early years of the 20th century witnessed the development and popularization of the now classic “schools of psychology” such as structuralism, functionalism, Gestalt psychology, and behaviorism. World War II and the Korean War spurred the development of modern clinical psychology. In the middle of the 20th century, individual schools rose to prominence and tended to dominate psychological research and theorizing. These dominant schools often clashed with clinical psychology. For example, disagreements between behaviorists and clinicians, which have their roots in the 1940s and 1950s, still persist.

        Toward the end of the 1960s, the nature of the field began to change, and the face of modern psychology was forever altered. First, Ulrich Neisser’s 1967 book, Cognitive Psychology, ushered in the “cognitive revolution” and put behaviorism on the decline. Technological advances in computer technology, which allowed researchers to simulate human thought and memory processes and to create images of neurological processes, played an inestimable role in modern psychology’s metamorphosis. Likewise, advances in social concern and action increased psychologists’ awareness of psychology’s diversity and its ability to make significant contributions in these areas. To be sure, the face of contemporary psychology was changing drastically. In fact, in 1992 former American Psychological Association (APA) president George A. Miller believed that psychology had become “an intellectual zoo” (p. 40). Clearly, that situation has not changed, as psychology is evolving in the 21st century.

        Nowhere are psychology’s expansion and change seen more clearly than in the evolution of the APA. Founded in 1892 by G. Stanley Hall at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, the APA began with 31 charter members. Currently, there are over 60,000 APA members and 56 divisions with which these members and other interested psychologists can affiliate. The diversity of the APA divisions clearly reflects the changing face of contemporary psychology as well as represents wide subjects of psychological research. They include General Psychology (Division 1), the Study of Social Issues (Division 9), Clinical Psychology (Division 12), Pharmacology and Substance Abuse (Division 28), Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (Division 33), Media Psychology (Division 46), International Psychology (Division 52), and Trauma Psychology (Division 56). Clearly, psychology research topics in the 21st century continue to be diverse and evolving.

        We believe that our choice of traditional and cutting-edge research paper topics reflects contemporary psychology’s diverse nature. For example, the “traditional”  research paper topics include the following:

        • Neurotransmission
        • Traditional Neuroscience Research Methods
        • Vision
        • Perception
        • Recent Trends in Classical Conditioning

        The cutting-edge research paper topics include the following:

        • Conducting Research on the History of Psychology
        • Qualitative Research
        • Imaging Techniques for the Localization of Brain Function
        • Stimulus Equivalence
        • Memory and Eyewitness Testimony
        • Positive Psychology
        • Human Performance in Extreme Environments
        • Community Psychology

        Browse examples of psychology research papers to find sample research paper on all topics in the list above. Whether the research paper deals with a traditional topic or a cutting-edge topic, you will find that it presents the materials in a decidedly contemporary manner. We hope that students will enjoy reading the research papers on different topics in psychology as much as we have enjoyed collecting them for you.

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        How do face to face interactions help our mental health?
        How do face to face interactions help our mental health? | Source

        Emotional Health

        1. What is normal mental functioning?
        2. Are there side effects to taking Prozac? or Zoloft for depression?
        3. How can you tell when you are ready to stop taking drugs for depression or anxiety?
        4. Are there effective natural alternatives to drugs used for mental health? Why are dreams hard to remember?
        5. What do reoccurring dreams mean?
        6. How do colors affect our moods?
        7. Who is Freud? What did he believe? How relevant is Freud for today’s psychiatry? Identify and define the different schools of thought most common in psychiatric practice today.
        8. What is the process of education to become a psychiatrist?
        9. How does lack of sleep affect our mental state?
        10. How does REM sleep affect our mental state?
        11. Do we need a certain amount of it? How to interpret dreams? Are certain images symbols for something else?
        12. Can exercise improve your mental health?
        13. What is the best way to keep your brain healthy as you age?
        14. What are the stages of brain development in infants from birth to two?
        15. Why do children need to play?

        Research Links

        Psychology Today: Easy to understand articles on mental health topics

        Discover : Current research on the mind and brain.

        Women and Mental Health

        How do the different stages of a woman's life affect her mental health?
        How do the different stages of a woman’s life affect her mental health? | Source
        1. Do women suffer more mental health problems than men?
        2. What causes some women to have postpartum depression?
        3. What is the best way to prevent postpartum depression?
        4. What is postpartum depression, or the “Baby Blues?” Is it a mental illness?
        5. Why do some mothers become so mentally ill that they harm their children?
        6. Why do so many women in developed nations experience depression?
        7. How do mental illnesses affect women differently?
        8. How does Infertility affect mental health in women?
        9. What are the side effects of antidepressants for women?
        10. What is the effect of long-term antidepressant use for women?
        11. Why do women attempt suicide more often than men?
        12. How do women’s symptoms of stress differ from the symptoms of men?
        13. Dr. Wanda K. Jones states that “Women’s mental health is critical to their overall health and the health of our Nation.” Agree or disagree with this statement.
        14. How do women’s friendships contribute to good or poor mental health?
        15. How is child abuse related to mental health issues?
        16. How do relationship problems damage a teen girl’s mental health?
        17. What are the signs of an eating disorder?
        18. How can you help someone who has an eating disorder?
        19. How can parents help their daughters have good mental health?
        20. How does the changing hormone levels of women affect their mental health?

        Research Links

        Women’s Health.gov : Publications by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about Mental health issues and how these affect women.

        World Health Organization : gender issues about mental health in women and children around the world.

        Mental Illness

        1. How does obesity affect mental health?
        2. How do you know when someone you love has a mental illness?
        3. What causes some children to become self-destructive?
        4. Why do teenagers cut themselves?
        5. What causes anorexia?
        6. Which is worse for returning soldiers, their physical or their mental injuries?
        7. How do doctors treat soldiers with post-traumatic stress syndrome?
        8. What are the mental illnesses most common among returning soldiers?
        9. Which gender has the most mental illness, men or women?
        10. Are there some people who have no conscience?
        11. What is ADHD? What causes it?
        12. What is obsessive-compulsive disorder? How can you tell if someone has this?
        13. How can a person with OCD prevent their disorder from taking over their lives?
        14. Do media such as video games, movies, and music tend to help people release pent-up emotion so that they are more mentally healthy, or does it tend to cause people to become more violent, angry and afraid?
        15. How can you know if you are mentally ill or not?
        16. What are phobias? What are the most common things people are afraid of? What are the most unusual fears?
        17. What is the physical effect of stress and anxiety? How does mental stress hurt our physical
        18. How did survivors of the Holocaust keep from becoming mentally ill?
        19. What is the youngest age a person can be mentally ill?
        20. Is there a genetic basis for some people becoming violent?
        21. How does the divorce of a parent affect the mental health of college students?
        22. When a person is really a danger to themselves or others?
        23. Is there ever a time when physical violence should be forgiven and forgotten?
        24. Are adopted children as mentally healthy as children who stay with their birth parents?
        25. How does the mental health of Americans compare to mental health in other countries?
        26. Which country in the world has the best mental health? Why?
        27. Why are so many homeless people mentally ill?
        28. Should genetic testing be done to criminals? Should evidence that the criminal had poor impulse control or other genetic mental weakness be taken into consideration during a trial?
        29. Why are so many artists mentally unstable?
        30. How is color related to a mental state?
        31. What is the effect on children of their parent’s divorce?
        32. Do children who are under five when their parents’ divorce do better or worse than children who are older?
        33. What is Sensory Deficit disorder? How can you tell when someone has it?
        34. Is mental illness genetic? How much do genes affect a person’s ability to have mental health?

        Fact Sheets on Disorders

        National Institute of Mental Health : direct link to full-text online fact sheets about mental illness and information about many different mental disorders listed alphabetically. Information is available in English or En Espanol. The NIH is a government resource of information about studies and publications about many mental health issues.

        Treatment

        Which affects your mood most: genetics or environment?
        Which affects your mood most: genetics or environment? | Source
        1. Can ADHD be cured? What is the best process of treatment?
        2. What is Music Therapy? How can music help people with mental disorders?
        3. How can drugs help memory loss?
        4. What is bulimia? How can it be treated?
        5. What is the relationship between religion and mental health? Can religious counseling, prayer or other religious practices improve or treat mental illness?
        6. How does Art Therapy help mentally ill patients?
        7. Do St. John’s Wort and other supplements really help with depression?
        8. What happens when someone is admitted to a mental hospital? What is the goal for treatment at such a facility? How does treatment in a mental hospital work? How is it different or better than being treated as an out-patient?
        9. What is neurofeedback therapy? How does it work and how does it help?
        10. Can ADHD be cured? What is the best process of treatment?
        11. Do animals help our mental state? How can animals help us or be used in therapy with mental patients?
        12. What is the most effective way to help mentally ill homeless people?
        13. In places where marijuana has become legal for recreational use, does mental health seem to have improved?
        14. What causes a person to develop Multiple Personality Disorder? What is the best treatment for that disease?
        15. Does marital counseling work?
        16. Why do people seek to counsel for life issues?
        17. What is the difference between a counselor, a psychologist, and a psychiatrist?
        18. Which sort of mental illnesses are best served by a psychiatrist (or psychologist or counselor)?
        19. How can you help a person with OCD? (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
        20. Is it really possible for a sickness to be “all in your head?” Do people “think” themselves into real physical illnesses? Can you “think” yourself out of it?
        21. What causes people to have phobias? How can fears be overcome?
        22. Are vitamins and minerals related to mental health? Can some mental illness be treated effectively with vitamins, minerals or other supplements?

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        • What are some current topics in mental illness that you could recommend? What are the hot topics currently in psychology?

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        • What are some research paper topics in mental illness that are related to individuals with intellectual disabilities?

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        • What could be an appropriate topic for a research proposal based on anxiety and depression?

          Here are some ideas of questions in your topic area of anxiety and depression :

          1. What causes teenage depression?

          2. Why are more young people experiencing problems with anxiety and depression?

          3. What is the difference between normal anxiety and mental illness?

          4. What is the best way to treat anxiety?

          5. How can post-partum depression be alleviated?

          6. What are the most common signs of depression?

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        • What do you think of the topic, “What is the relationship between mental illness and Geriatrics?” as a psychology research paper?

          Having taken care of two elderly loved ones who had both mental illnesses and Alzheimer’s, your question strikes a personal chord with me. Here are some other ways to word that question:

          1. What is the difference between Alzheimer’s and mental illness?

          2. How can mental illness change as a person ages?

          3. Does mental illness cause dementia?

          4. What is the best treatment for older people with mental illness and dementia?

          5. Can you distinguish between symptoms of dementia and other mental illnesses?

          6. Does having mental illness cause a person to have a more severe form of Alzheimer’s or dementia?

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        • What do you think of the research paper topic “How do you pull yourself out of a panic attack?”

          You have a very good idea to research “panic attacks” because there is a lot of focus on this in the popular media and many people are talking about this issue. The question you have written is good for a personal essay question, but most research questions want to be more general. Here are a couple of other possibilities:

          What is the best way to treat a panic attack?

          What is the most effective intervention to treat a panic attack?

          What the best ways to prevent or reduce panic attacks?

          What causes panic attacks?

          Helpful
        • What would be a good research topic for a cause or effect paper regarding mental health?

          Here are some mental health topics:

          What causes depression?

          What is causing anxiety to become the most common mental illness in young adults?

          What effect does having a family member experiencing depression (or choose another mental illness) have on a family?

          What effect does having a co-worker with a mental illness (choose a particular one) have in a workplace?

          You might also want to look at my article describing how to write this kind of essay effectively: https://owlcation.com/academia/How-to-Write-a-Spec…

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        • What do you think of the question, “Could a child’s ADHD diagnosis be only a behavioral problem instead?” for a psychology paper?

          I think the idea of your question is a good one and probably a bit controversial, which always makes for an interesting essay. However, I think it could be worded a bit better. Here are some possible alternatives:

          What is the difference between a child who has behavior problems that need to be addressed by a more efficient discipline regimen, and a child who has ADHD?

          How is ADHD different from behavior management problems?

          Should parents and teachers try different behavior management strategies first before assuming a child has ADHD?

          What causes a child to be diagnosed with ADHD?

          What is the difference in treating a child with ADHD versus treating a child for behavior problems?

          Helpful
        • What do you think of the research paper topic “How do dreams affect moods?”

          Doing a paper on dreams would be interesting. I assume your question is how a person’s waking moods are affected by what they dream that night. Most of the time, people reverse this question and consider how what is going on during the day influences dream life. Here are some other “dream” topics to consider:

          1. Are real-life experiences always reflected in dreams?

          2. What can be done to change our dreams?

          3. How does dreaming influence our ability to think and make decisions?

          4. Does remembering dreams help us to better cope with mental stress?

          5. How important is it to journal our dreams?

          6. Can we improve our sleep by paying attention to our dreams?

          7. Can wearing fitness trackers that monitor our sleep help us to develop better sleep patterns?

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