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Berry’s White River Report, February 21

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 21st, 2013


During the past week, we have had rain and ice events, colder temperatures and heavy winds (to include lake wind advisories). The lake level at Bull Shoals fell one tenth of a foot to rest at six and four tenths feet below power pool of 654.00 feet. This is forty seven and four tenths feet below the top of flood pool.
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Lilleys’ Lake Taneycomo fishing report, Feburary 21

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 21st, 2013

I’m going to post a combination of reports submitted by people who fished here the last few days and add some thoughts of my own. Generally, trout fishing here has been very good with a mixture of weather and generation conditions all week. read more…


Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher Streamer LoveFest

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 20th, 2013


Thomas Harvey’s Wedding Veil

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 20th, 2013

The first video in the Thomas Harvey series of flies…..the Wedding Veil. Thomas is the lead man behind Carolina Fly (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Carolin…), a Southern Culture on the Fly (http://www.southerncultureonthefly.com/) contributor, and generally awesome fly designer. read more…


Crawford’s Spring River Report

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 20th, 2013

Water levels are running at 277 cfs at the spring and water clarity is clear. The Spring River because it is feed by one massive spring, always has a green tint to the water. This keeps the water from becoming crystal clear like local tail waters. The green tint allows fly fishers to use heavier tippet like 4x when fishing. This allows for less break offs and a better chance to land a big trout. read more…


Lilley’s Lake Taneycomo fishing report, February 6

Posted by Phil Lilley on February 6th, 2013

This week, the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers is back to running water like last week. There is a pattern now — running water mid-week, all 24 hours at various speeds. It’s slower during mid-day and harder early in the morning. No generation on weekends. Not sure how long this pattern will last. Table Rock Lake came up a good solid two feet from the rains last week but still is very low for this time of year. read more…


Water levels at Montauk Park are great!!

Posted by Darrell Bentley on February 6th, 2013


Bushwhacking Hawn Park

Posted by Al Agnew on February 3rd, 2013

Hawn State Park, only a few miles from my house, is one of my favorite places to hike. I’ve been visiting it since before it was even a park, back in the early 1960s with my parents. My dad’s uncle lived near Pickle Spring and actually owned part of the land that now makes up Pickle Spring, and Dad spent a lot of time with him when he was a kid, and roamed all over the whole Pickle Creek watershed. Pickle Creek starts out near Pickle Spring, and runs through Hawn Park to run into River Aux Vases near the eastern edge of the park. read more…