Monday, June 27th, 2011
We have been having some no generation time on the water lately, mostly early am. I still have been doing the majority of my trips in the boat, drifting. We are still catching larger than normal sized fish. Scuds, San Juan worms, glo balls, and woollie buggers seem to be the ticket, whether your in a boat or on shore behind the hatchery. Some of the fish are not biting as hard as normal, so we are missing quite a few too, I think because of the water being a little murky. We also have been catching a white bass or two, also. I know last week several were caught just below the Dam. On the other end of Taneycomo, on Bull Shoals, walleyes and Stripers have been plentiful.
For those of you who like to follow lake levels, Table Rock Lake is still around 924, summer time pool is 917.