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MOAFS Benefit Trout Tournament, May 19

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 2nd, 2018

MOAFS Tournament 200 flyerLilleys’ Landing Resort & Marina in Branson will host the first  Missouri Chapter of the American Fisheries Society’s benefit trout tournament on Saturday, May 19th.

The format will be nearly identical to other trout tournament held at Lilleys’ Landing, on Lake Taneycomo.  It will be a two-person team contest, with each team weighing in six trout.  It will be an artificial-only tournament, catch-and-release contest with all trout released immediately after weigh-in. read more…

Lake Taneycomo 2/7 fishing report

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 7th, 2018


Generation on Lake Taneycomo has varied widely the last week or so — all tied to the air temperature.  When thermometer dips below freezing and the heaters kick on, dam operators run water to produce that needed electricity.  When it warms up, as it will in the next few days, generation will slow and we’ll see no current most of the day.  That’s my best prediction, but I know the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers proves me wrong a lot (smiley face.) read more…

January 24 fishing report

Posted by Phil Lilley on January 24th, 2018


Generation on Lake Taneycomo has followed the variance of temperature.  When it’s cold, dam operators have been running water pretty hard, but as soon as it gets warmer, they throttle it down.  It’s running harder early in the mornings and back on after dark, but instead of no flow  during the day, it’s been running at a strange 10 megawatts, 703 feet or less than 1,000 c.f.s.  It’s strange because this level is rare — and they ran it all last weekend!  Today, though, the water is all the way off. read more…

Lake Taneycomo fishing report, January 10

Posted by Phil Lilley on January 10th, 2018


Generation has been fairly consistent lately.  It’s been geared toward temperature and power demand.  The colder the weather  here, the heavier generation is at night and during the morning hours.  With temperatures warming  the last few days, generation has been light in the morning.  It’s been off almost every afternoon for a couple of weeks. read more…

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…