Fishing Report for December, 2009

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

Fishing Report

Time for some Great news. There are NO generators running right now. Yes, the water is off. Something that hasn’t happened since Thanksgiving weekend.
Not only that, but its one of those days where there is a bite on nearly every cast. (a report straight from a guide trip) It can’t get much better than that!
If the generation projection schedule holds true, the water should be off Sat. and Sun.

Happy New Year to everyone

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Fishing Report

Today there is 1 generator running. Making the water level up about 3 feet. Really not bad at all. Several fish are being caught, even a couple of 20″ fish. Temp. is warmer today too.
Scuds have been doing really well, especially the gray. Also San Juan worms are doing well too.
Table Rock is really getting lower, almost 3 feet below pool. Which is a good thing! Generators could be off at any time now, so keep posted.

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Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Fishing Report

Today the river is running 2 generators about a mid level. Table Rock lake is finally getting far enough below power-pool that the water can go off at anytime. It was actually projected to be off all day today. Obviously it hasn’t happened yet, but I think chances are good that it will go off today at some point. Almost every person that’s been fishing even in the high water have been producing good fish. Great numbers of fish as well. The weather has also been cooperating the past couple days.

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Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Fishing Report

For those that don’t mind a little cold weather the fishing has been great! The water is still running 4gen but the tailwater level is more like a heavy 2gen. The official reading this morning was 706.9. It has been desolate on the river the past couple days, but the guys who did fish had a great time. So dress warm and get out and enjoy the river to yourself! You wont regret it. There hasn’t been anything really new as far as fly selection. Your general taneycomo high water flies are still your best bet…. Ice shrimp, scuds, san juan worms, chamois worms, wd-40s, and the adam’s bug. As far as tippet I have been using 7x flourocarbon, but you can still use 6x in the higher water I just seem to get more strikes on the 7x. Well hopefully I’ll see you on the water today…..Good Luck!