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Posted by Phil Lilley on April 12th, 2013
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 6th, 2013
Table Rock Lake has crept up to almost power pool which likely means we will start to see an increase in generation very soon. Rains are forecast for next week which will push the lakes in our chain up past power pool. That doesn’t mean big generation, but it will mean some. We’ve had very little flow for months, so that will be a big change. It’s inevitable. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 2nd, 2013
With well below average air temperatures forecasted this week, the rock should not change much from her current patters. In the past few days I have fished most lake sections and here is just a bit of what I believe will go on into early next week. Again for the most part, I don’t think this is going to be a huge numbers fishery, unless you find a bunch of fish on a point or two up the Kings River. It is for sure right now out fishing the rest of the lake, on numbers. Most of the rest of the lake is producing size but not tons of quantity. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on March 31st, 2013
STEVE DALLY and JIM DUGAN have probably spent more time in fly shops, guide boats, sitting at tying tables and hanging out on riverbanks than most would consider sane. They both are total gear rats and not short on opinions. Jim has a penchant for the sweetgrass, slow rods and collectors reels; Steve likes fast action sticks, large arbor reels and jumping in anything that floats. read more…
Lake Level: 701.6 Water Temp: 47 Degrees Water Clarity: Clear
Lake Taneycomo, located here in Branson, Missouri is fishing really good. Over the last week we have really caught numbers of nice rainbow and a few brown trout. The fishing has been great for the most part generally all day long.
Table Rock Lake located here in Branson, Missouri is still producing nice fish. Up in the Shell Knob and Kings River areas the bite is really good on mega bass and spro McStick jerk baits. From Baxter to the dam, there are several patterns producing. First, the Alabama rig is a top producer when rigged with any kind of white swim bait or grub.
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Very seldom do you put back to back days together, and especially this year as we have not been able to get out two days in a row, but we did finaly make it. read more…