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Kyle’s Night Taneycomo report

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 19th, 2014

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The fishing sure has picked up the past couple of weeks, and the water has been right as well. I have had several guide nights on Taney this past month and everyone is looking for the elusive 30inch Brown with no avail lots of 20-25 inchers which are still great fish. We are swinging Streamers at them mohair leeches, slump buster and my exploiters. Some nights they want it just on the swing and some nights they want it burned back . I will have my clients cast down stream at an angle to the bank and let it swing through the current and let the fish dictate how they want it. read more…


Lilleys’ Lake Taneycomo fishing report, October 16

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 17th, 2014

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Generation on Lake Taneycomo is less than it was a week ago. Right now water is running only in the evenings for a short time, with a few exceptions. The water temperature remains at 49 degrees. read more…


Mark’s Table Rock fishing report

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 17th, 2014

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Posted on OA Forum by Mark (theduerf). I fish Table Rock once in spring and in fall every year for the past 6 years. I always stay at Gobblers Mountain and fish Schooner Creek to Cow Creek. read more…


Clark “Cheech” Pierce’s El Sculpito

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 13th, 2014


Arkansas Double

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 11th, 2014

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Most of us know what a double is. That is when two anglers in a boat or wading for that matter both hook up fish at the same time. It is shared success and a cause for celebration. It usually results in high fives, fist bumps or a yahoo. Catching them two at a time is a great way to get the body count up. My personal record, as a guide, is eleven doubles in one day. That is twenty two fish! Once, when guiding three anglers, we had a triple. Doubles are the kind of problem that you don’t mind encountering. When your biggest challenge is figuring out which fish of the two is ready to come in first, you are having a good day! read more…


Berry’s White River fishing report, October 11

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 11th, 2014


During the past week, we have had a rain event (a half inch here in Cotter), warmer temperatures and heavy winds (to include lake wind advisories). The lake level at Bull Shoals fell five tenths of a foot to rest at four and five tenths feet below seasonal power pool of 659 feet. This is forty and five tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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Lilleys’ Lake Taneycomo fishing report, October 9-10

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 10th, 2014

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Generation on Lake Taneycomo still hasn’t changed much. If anything, a little less water is running in the afternoons with less volume. The water temperature is the same — 48-49 degrees coming through the turbines, and oxygen seems to be staying at high levels — all good for trout fishing. read more…


Greer Mill gets some much needed attention

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 9th, 2014

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The first major restoration project at Greer Mill made great progress during three weeks of work, thanks to Historicorps, a company based in Denver, Colo., which began work at the site on Sept 8. As reported earlier in The South Missourian News, funding for the restoration has come from donations made by groups like The Friends of the Eleven Point River, and the United States Forest Service, which now owns the mill. read more…