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White River…. Hopper Time!

Posted by Jeff House on July 23rd, 2012

Got out for a much needed fishing trip this past week down on the White. Heard the hopper bite was on and a buddy and I decided to take a few days and check it out. Took my pontoons along and we floated both the White and Norfork and had some stellar fishing on both rivers. The fork was incredible for numbers of fish but the hopper bite on the White was what it was all about. Except for the last day when they shut the water down we didn’t fish anything but hopper patterns and were rewarded by numerous browns slurping them off the surface at regular intervals. Some of the best fishing I’ve had in a long time.

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Homesley’s Roaring River fishing report, July 23

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 23rd, 2012

Roaring river is still low and clear, but the flow remains constant, the trout are fine down here the water is still cold and refreshing and the trout are taking dry flys and nymphs as usual. The river is clear and the use of 2lb line is very important, if you have to go to 3 pound, but 4lb is not recommend right now. read more…


Crooked Creek

Posted by Al Agnew on July 22nd, 2012

As I reported in the road trip post, I floated Crooked Creek for the first time from Snow to Kelly’s on Wednesday. I’d been on the creek a few times just wading, but I’d always read about this stream. As most probably know, Crooked has had the reputation of producing a lot of big smallmouth for many years. read more…


Floating through the Ozarks’ past

Posted by newswriter on July 22nd, 2012

Kansas City Star Article by Brent Frazee
DORA, Mo. — Kyle Kosovich was taking a trip into the Ozarks’ rich past. With his yellow Lab Sedge at his side, he paddled his wooden johnboat through a riffle on the North Fork of the White River and took in the float stream’s timeless beauty. read more…


Kyle’s night fishing Taneycomo report, July 21

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 21st, 2012

Micheal Kyle, fishing guide, called in a fishing report last night after a trip on upper Lake Taneycomo. Kyle fly fishes and guides almost exclusively at night, either wading below the dam or drifting using his drift boat from one location to another on the lake. This is his first fishing report for OzarkAnglers.Com. Click HERE to hear is full report.


Lilleys’ Lake Taneycomo fishing report, July 20

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 20th, 2012

This is Phil Lilley with the Lake Taneycomo fishing report. Yes, it’s summer and yes, it’s hot but the mornings and evenings on our lake are quite pleasant. Our water temperatures are hovering around 50 degrees so the temperatures on the water are very cool, almost cool enough for a sweatshirt, if you can believe that! read more…


Fly fishing still, dead water

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 20th, 2012

Drove to the dam this morning to meet a friend for some visiting and fishing, two things that always go together. Craig and I have been purposely meeting since our common, very good friend, Vince Elfrink passed away last fall. Vince and Craig spent a lot of time fly fishing below Table Rock Dam. He was a good fishing buddy to both of us. read more…


Hoppers on the White River

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 19th, 2012

Linc and I drove down to the White River today for some hopper tossing. And the fish liked them!! We got away early–8:00 am!! Arrived at Steve Dally’s place just before 10 am. Had some questions about flies, where to fish and needed to get a shuttle. Steve helped us out with all 3. read more…