Lilleys’ Landing Resort and Marina in Branson, Missouri, may be just the spot you’re looking for to enjoy both the tourist sites and the restive Ozarks waterfront along Lake Taneycomo. Nestled between gently sloping pasture land and the 300-foot bluffs on the opposite bank, the noises from town are buffered, even though the Music Country Blvd. “strip” is just two miles away.
 
As one of the small, family-run resorts on Lake Taneycomo, Lilleys’ Landing is close to many back roads that lead to area attractions. With free wireless internet and in-room phones you can be as connected as you want to be, but we won’t tell your co-workers — unless they come with you for a work/play lakeside conference. Nothing like flyfishing all together in a boat for the ultimate team building time.

Fishing Report

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With little change in weather patterns, rainfall throughout the month of July, generation patterns on Taneycomo have been fairly consistent.  Most days dam operators are running a half unit, 25-35 megawatts of power, at night through the morning, then kicking on any where from 100 to 150 megawatts, or up to two full units, from mid-afternoon until sunset.  There have been a few days when they've...

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Branson, MO – The world’s largest private collection of antique fishing lures, rods, reels, boats, motors and everything fishing opens as The History of Fishing Museum in Branson, MO. Grand Opening is Thursday, June 30. The Ribbon Cutting will be at 10am.

Collected entirely by one man and his wife. Karl and Beverly White. Karl began collecting at the age of eight....

Trout Tournaments

On August 20th it will be our 8th year hosting the Branson Fire Auxiliary Fishing Tournament! Guns and Hoses is a fishing tournament on Lake Taneycomo in Branson, Missouri to benefit the Branson Fire and Rescue auxillary fund and new this year, Cedar Creek Coffee. All of the people who roast cofee at Cedar Creek Coffee are special in their own way, including several who have...