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Phil Lilley last won the day on November 25 2020

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About Phil Lilley

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    Fisher
  • Birthday 09/19/1958

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    Upper Lake Taneycomo
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    Pursuit of God, His majesty, His greatness--with all of my heart, soul and might.

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  1. We are back to low-flow releases here on Lake Taneycomo after a few weeks of a higher release rate, which has brightened the fishing prospects for boaters and waders alike. Area lakes rose almost four feet after a series of rain events caused releases from all four dams in the White River chain. We saw flows up to 8,000 cubic feet per second here on Taneycomo, which is a little less than three-quarters capacity through our dam's turbines. Now that the lakes are below their seasonal power pool levels, flows have been reduced to a "trickle." Beaver Dam's turbine is actually off-line and
  2. We are back to low-flow releases here on Lake Taneycomo after a few weeks of a higher release rate, which has brightened the fishing prospects for boaters and waders alike. Area lakes rose almost four feet after a series of rain events caused releases from all four dams in the White River chain. We saw flows up to 8,000 cubic feet per second here on Taneycomo, which is a little less than three-quarters capacity through our dam's turbines. Now that the lakes are below their seasonal power pool levels, flows have been reduced to a "trickle." Beaver Dam's turbine is actually off-line and
  3. May be some shad.... report back if you go. Hope it's awesome!
  4. My app says they are running 400 cfs over the top this morning? True? If so, why?? 400 cfs? That's a trickle.
  5. I still have some salmon. But if there's enough warm stuff, I'll bring smoked salmon.
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    He hasn't seen the political forum yet...
  7. We didn't look at a lot of stuff... I'd caught them on the flat in the winter before so we headed there and found them. No need to look at more cover.
  8. When you say shallow.... how shallow?
  9. This is out the back of the house we're renting... I'm excited!
  10. We looked at structure and didn't see much on it. Up in Flat, just above the bridge, we saw a continuous line of fish right on the bottom. We fished for them and they were interested but not biting. From the size and attitude, I think they were either blue gill or small bass - leaning towards BG. It was cool to see them and how they acted. On the flat on the main lake, the crappie were in small schools sometimes but mainly they were just scattered. When we'd see them, they were in small schools but not tightly grouped at all. They were in 3's and 4's and suspended 15-18 feet deep in
  11. Oh but those dark, crappy days are the best ones to catch the big ones!
  12. Just south of Venice. Marsha's sister lives there so I mailed packages to them.
  13. We’re going to spend a week down in Florida well after next. I mailed some of my tackle down ahead- my trout stuff. We rented a vrbo house on a key, on the inside so we have a small pier to fish from. I’m inexperienced at fishing for fish that have teeth. Any suggestions? Not after big fish, just whatever pulls on the line. Of course I’m taking my marabous...
  14. At Bridgeport. North side of the highway
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