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Lake Levels and Generation:  Probably the most important part of this fishing report is, "What is the water doing?"  That's been the emphasis of my reporting since May 1st when we saw the third highest water release from Table Rock Dam - 63,000 c.f.s (cubic feet per second.)...

May 21, 2017 ~ A new rain event dumped as much as six inches of rain over the White River Basin Saturday, with an average of about three inches, causing Beaver and Table Rock lakes to rise and start releasing more water through their dams.  We were concerned that the influx of water could cause big releases from Table Rock evenually -- enough to put us underwater again --  but so far it appears that isn't going to happen.  Table Rock is...

 

It's amazing to see so many big trout caught the last few days.  The Corps have had to open more flood gates because of rain over the weekend at Table Rock and Beaver Lakes but it's just made fishing better on Lake Taneycomo.  More and more threadfin shad have come over the gates from Table Rock giving our trout (and other species of fish) lots of eat.  

I explain in today's One Cast what they're running here on Lake Taneycomo as far as flow and how fishing is on the lake.  If you're fishing below Fall Creek, the best fishing is down close to the resort drifting with night crawlers.

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