Fishing Report

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Generation has been very constant and consistent the past couple of weeks. Operators at the dam have run 40 megawatts most of each day with the exception of a blast of water in the mornings of about two units. Forty megawatts is a little less than one full unit; the lake level is about 704.5 feet. It really is a nice flow of water, allowing you to boat to the cable at the dam if you know where you're...

Brown January 2016

On Tuesday of this week, the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers shut our flood gates off, ending almost a month of high water on Lake Taneycomo. We went from moderate flows in December to flood conditions and a record breaking 73,000 c.f.s. flow in just a couple of days. As flood water moved through the system and lake levels dropped, that flow dropped to its present level. Our release has been about 6,500...

January Newsletter Brown

We are a couple of weeks beyond the winter flood, and all of us are breathing a little easier.  The U.S. Corps of Army Engineers has been releasing 20,000 cubic feet per second since early January, moving all this flood water through our lake system.  The word is that operators will continue this flow until Table Rock Lake is down to 920 feet, which may happen as early as...

The new year came in with a bang this year, not the bang of fireworks or of a big winter snow storm.  No, we've had unseasonably warm weather all winter so far --  but a little rainy.  Just a little bit.  We're talking 10 inches of rain in less than two days.  Flood rain.

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It's been an interesting 30 days here on our tailwater. News of the trouble on Lake Taneycomo  in November reached most local...

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