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Lilleys’ Lake Taneycomo fishing report, May 15

Posted by Phil Lilley on May 15th, 2013

Generation pattern: After a significant rain, Table Rock Lake rises above 917 feet which triggers the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers to release the maximum amount of water through their turbines until the lake stabilizes and then drops below 917. Then the Corps cuts generation back. read more…


Homesley’s Roaring River fishing report, May 14

Posted by Phil Lilley on May 14th, 2013

Fishing is really good right now, zone 2 is almost back to normal, I caught 4 trout in about 30 minutes this morning, all on a woolybugger, two on black, and two on a dk brown. Nymph fishing is still the best, but dry fly fishing is getting back on track. read more…


Berry’s White River fishing report, May 9

Posted by John Berry on May 13th, 2013


During the past week, we have had a significant rain event (an inch in Cotter), warmer temperatures and heavy winds (to include lake wind advisories). The lake level at Bull Shoals rose one and one tenth feet to rest at seven and three tenths feet above power pool of 654.00 feet. This is thirty three and seven tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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Scott Bice Beaver Lake fishing report, May 12

Posted by Phil Lilley on May 12th, 2013

Lake temp 64, wind North and light 5 to 10. water was 3 to 5 ft visibility. 27 Crappie 8 were invited home 3 short walleye and 18 small striper rats. read more…


Lilleys’ Landing celebrates 30 years

Posted by Phil Lilley on May 9th, 2013

All of our staff and family here at Lilleys’ Landing are amazed by God’s faithfulness as we approach our 30th anniversary in business May15! We are so grateful for all of our guests through the decades, whether you were here once for a honeymoon or have vacationed here repeatedly on your annual (or bi-monthly) trek to Branson. Many of you have kept coming despite our early adventures with leaky v-bottom boats and nightly patrols of skunk families. You have proved you heartiness, “weathering” ice, droughts — a flood two years ago — and even a May snow shower this morning — all for some great memory–making moments! Saying thank you doesn’t seem enough, so we have planned some special giveaways for each of the next 12 months. read more…


Babler’s Table Rock Lake fishing report, May 7

Posted by Phil Lilley on May 8th, 2013

Sunday with good friend and client John Dickerson. John had friend Paul and we had to work abit at first, but sucked it up and put the boat in the wind and cold and caught their rears. Paul led the way but we put close to 40 fish in the boat with maybe 12 keeps. We had the Table Rock Slam with one of everything. ‘We fished the Dam area from point 2 and there about. All our fish came on the 4 inch smoke copper grub. Most time I had the boat in 40ft. Fish were suspended and on the bottom in the 16 to 23 ft. range and ate our grub with gusto, as long as we were in the coldest locations we could find. read more…


New ramp at Shelvin Access, James River

Posted by Phil Lilley on May 8th, 2013

New boat ramp installed my MDC April, 2013. Pictures courtesy of Yaknar from OAF Forum. read more…


Trolling for beginners

Posted by Scott Bice on May 3rd, 2013

Many people ask me about how I troll so effectively and the answer is many years of trial and error! I hope people find this information useful and productive.  First thing I want to discuss is knowing your boat by that I am talking about several factors such as speed it travels at idle and how to increase or decrease that speed without spending tons of money on add-ons. read more…