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Lilley’s Taneycomo fishing report, 12-12-17

Posted by Phil Lilley on December 13th, 2017


With the turning over of Table Rock Lake, we’re looking forward to some fantastic winter fishing.  It is, though, starting out pretty slow. read more…

Lilley’s Taneycomo report, November 17

Posted by Phil Lilley on November 17th, 2017

March 12 a 530

There has not been much change in regards to generation patterns lately.  The dam has been running a little water each day, but it’s anyone’s guess what time that water will run.  The lake level has reached up to 705 feet, one unit, once or maybe twice a day, in the morning and/or in the evening and running for less than an hour each time.  We call this “fish water.” read more…

Lilley’s Lake Taneycomo fishing report, October 19

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 19th, 2017


Just a quick semi-short fishing report for Lake Taneycomo.  They’ve been leaving the water off most days and running a little in the evenings but there are exceptions!  Like yesterday and today!!  They’ve ran water all day the past couple of days except for a little break in the afternoons.  In other words, it’s unpredictable. read more…

Lilley’s Lake Taneycomo fishing report, October 13

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 13th, 2017

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Cooler weather has brought less generation to Taneycomo.  The water has been running for an hour or two in the evenings and that’s about all.  That makes fishing off the docks and wading below the dam more enjoyable for sure. read more…

Two special catches on Taneycomo this week

Posted by Phil Lilley on October 6th, 2017


Generation is still constant during the day and night on Taneycomo.  About a half unit night and most of the day with a shot of heavier water mid to late afternoon.  Water quality remains good enough for the fish to eat, and fight.  The fears about bad water and fish kills this fall have not materialized, but we have about 5-6 weeks left of low DO season. read more…