Fishing Report

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It's the last day of June . . . my how the weeks of summer fly by. I remember as a kid that summer breaks just didn't seem to last but a week or two, and then it was back to school. I think it's still the same.

Generation here has been pretty consistent with no generation except for three to five hours late in the afternoon and into the evening. Dam operators are running up to four units, building to...

Taneycomo Rainbow

Summer has settled in here on Lake Taneycomo; as evidence I offer the temperature today -- 98 degrees. After a mild winter and spring, we shouldn't complain very much, right? We knew this was coming. Good thing our lake water is cold -- I'd hate to be on a warm water lake fishing in this heat!

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Our generation pattern has been unpredictable this last week, mainly because of the increasing rain the area has received. Even though Northwest Arkansas has had a lot of rain, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been dumping Beaver Lake -- now to a full foot lower. Table Rock has held at 917 feet because of the release into Taneycomo. Thankfully, our forecast shows an end of precipitation today for at least eight...

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We've seen very little generation the past two weeks.  If the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers run it at all it's midday for a couple of hours, enough to move algae out of the upper end of the lake.  A slimy algae has been growing in both Table Rock and Taneycomo during daylight hours, which is normal for this time of year.  The fish don't mind it, but it's tough on us anglers.

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