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Fishing Report Provided by River Run Outfitters - Carolyn Parker
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April 17, 2014
Nice sunny, 66 degrees right now with very little (what a change) wind. And, the wind should stay calm today. Friday is predicted to be in the low 70s with winds light and variable. 70s through the weekend and into early next week. Mid week is slowing low 80s. We do have a slight chance for Sunday showers continuing into Monday. I think I heard showers would be later in the day Sunday, if we get some. No change in the generation pattern here on Taneycomo….it continues to run non-stop. All I can say is that we are at 915.8′ on Table Rock Lake right now. Our annual group from Texas arrived this week. They are infiltrated by one guy from New York and another from California. Three boats of these guys on the water Tuesday having a great time and catching fish. Jim took Lou and Old Timer. They were catching on the size 10 CQ streamer and the ruby. Jim also noted they missed and lost quite a few. Darrell had Jim and Richard. It was the CQ streamer and big ruby for them too. Stan had to be different. His guys, another Richard and Dale, were catching on the black midge and a lightning bug. It was a cold, windy, day on the water but everyone had a good day catching fish. Beautiful fish Richard! Wednesday, Dana took Jeff, from Defiance, MO out for half a day. They had a good day on the size 16 red midge dropped under the big ruby and also stripping the CQ streamer. Yesterday, Stan took Mat from Virginia out for a good day on the water. Mat was skeptical about catching fish in this much water, but it turned out to be another good day. Big ruby with either a red midge or lightning bug dropper and stripping the CQ streamer. A reminder – APRIL 26, Full Day Fly Fishing Clinic. We still have some room in this clinic if you, or you know someone who wants to get started fly fishing. Half day classroom working on knots, understanding equipment, and a little bit about bugs in the morning. After lunch it’s to the water to learn roll cast, pick up and lay down cast and shooting line. If we’re lucky, we might hook and play a fiah!
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Fishing Report Provided by River Run Outfitters - Carolyn Parker
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April 4, 2014
Bit of a stormy day today. Rained pretty hard this morning and we are under a tornado watch until 5:00 p.m. Of course, with these wonderful weather conditions, the generators were off this morning! They did turn them on at noon and we now have two units generating 6440 cfs of water with Taneycomo tailwater level at 706.6 This is only the second time in eight days that we have seen a no generators. Starting to see lots of cherry blossoms and pear trees in bloom, along with the spring flowers. I hope it is a sign that Spring weather (excluding all the rain) is right around the corner! After we get through today, the next chance for rain looks like next Tuesday. Temperatures are cooling down a little into the low 60s through the middle of next week then back into the 70s. That one other day we had a window of no generators was this past Monday. Dana got on the water early with his fishers, Bob and Bill from Texas. Started out to be another great day on the water until the water came on around 10:00 a.m. Up to then, they were have a wonderful fish day on the blue poison, copper dun and rusty midges. Darrell got on the water around 9:00 a.m. with his folks from Vermont, Bill and Dee. Off to a good start for them too on the black copperhead midge and the ruby midge. Stan hit the water a little later and had just rowed Mike, up river a little ways and three horns blew. It took a matter of minutes and the river turned to a murky river with lots of junk in it. Stan did and about face and came off the river. Mike’s trip to be taken another day when the conditions are good. Darrell and his fishers caught a couple more fish as they were little ahead of the water, but it was off early for them. Dana’s guys tried for a little while longer; had lunch and came in.  Life in a tailwater! Tuesday the projection was for generation and we had water. Bill and Chong from Delaware had a half-day trip
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