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Lilley’s Lake Taneycomo fishing report, July 20

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 20th, 2017


Generation has been consistent the past few weeks. Dam officials have run “fish water” from about midnight until noon each day and then up to three or four units until late at night. With temperatures in the mid 90’s, Table Rock’s turbines are turning out much needed electricity. read more…

Lilley’s Lake Taneycomo fishing report, June 21

Posted by Phil Lilley on June 21st, 2017

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With the heat of summer upon us, the generators are kicking in.  We’ve only seen low 90’s so far, but during the week the dam operators are wasting no time bringing the power up to max on the hot days.  This morning they were up to four units, bringing the lake up to  708.5 feet before 7 a.m.. read more…

Powersite Dam – dropped baffles

Posted by Phil Lilley on June 14th, 2017


Not sure exactly what they’re called but the air filled structure that stretches across the top of Powersite.  This shows 2/3’s are stuck down, not inflated.  They’ll need to be fixed soon.  Will have to drop Taney way down to do so, for a day or less. read more…

Lake Taneycomo fishing report, June 7

Posted by Phil Lilley on June 7th, 2017


After a full month of releasing water from the flood gates at Table Rock Dam, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shut them all down Sunday, now releasing water only from its turbines.  Adding up all the numbers, I’d say we’ve seen about 120,528,000,000 cubic feet of water  run by our place.  That’s 2,678,400 seconds in 31 days with an average of 45,000 cubic feet per second.  Of course, there’s nothing scientific about my estimate! read more…

Night fishing below the dam

Posted by Phil Lilley on June 3rd, 2017


Finally back to my favorite water.  Heading out now to see what we can catch.  I’ll try to keep this update this time.

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