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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JestersHK in Heading down tonight for a quick trip   
    If you can't get your hands on the Ozark Trout Runners SS jerkbaits, McSticks, Megabass, and Provokes work well. Not much success on Cutters or RC STKs but I'm sure they'd work. 
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JestersHK in Heading down tonight for a quick trip   
    Do as you say! It was a gar! lol. Man that sucks...
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    Ryan Miloshewski reacted to JestersHK in Heading down tonight for a quick trip   
    So I feel human again after a nap so on to a more detailed report.
    We fished from the Dam all the way to the last outflow last night with 2 units running. We finished up in the AM down past the boat ramp.  We covered some ground and hit most of my wading holes that I know are accessible with this CFS flow
    Blake and Tyler left around 1AM and honestly it was just getting started as the almost full moon was finally all the way over the bluff. 
    We picked along the banks and worked an area over with Signature Series 606 and new smaller cousin 762 French Pearl's and they were lights out.  I've had nights where the fish were hitting hard, but last night when that moon popped out it must of done something to them as they were just hitting like a mack truck.  
    All of them were fat and stacked with big shoulders on them too.  Not a single one broke 20, but a few were 18, and one 19 fatty.
    As we got past outflow we carefully waded out to the grassy knoll there to fish the seam by the grass flats.  That's when it happened...
    Rob got flat out smoked on the 762. He uses a really stiff 7ft Loomis bass rod for throwing jerks and I'd never seen it bent over like that.  The fish made a small run then turned and ran upstream right at Rob.  He did his best reeling like a mad man and finally got tight again then the fish just stopped and turned back and he was bent over drag screaming again.  He turned him back towards us and head and mouth porpoises about 20 feet from us.  With the moon out I could tell it was a beast. And then hetheashed twice and Rob ate his jerkbait and a bunch of slack line right in his arm.
    A true soul crusher... Robs caught lots of big fat bows and has a handful of 20in plus fish to his name down here and he said that's 1. The hardest hes ever been hit, and 2. Biggest fish hes ever had on that rod...
    Wish we could of got him into the big boy net, bit that's fishing.
    Overall we had very good consistent catching all evening with very few small fish. By small I mean 14 and 15in were the dinks tonight and even they put up a good fight.
    Just another awesome night on Taney. After morning bite was over we headed out and hit Bennett Springs on the way home.  Place was a zoo and after beating on some stocker rainbows it was time for this quick trip to come to an end.
    Thanks again Blake and Tyler for hanging with us again.  I enjoy the camaraderie as much as the fishing my friends.



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    Ryan Miloshewski reacted to MNtransplant in Ending on a high note!   
    Well, after fishing every Tuesday night for the past 10 weeks I'm headed back to reality for a couple of months 😊
    I spent the first trip up at the Little Sac River catching the end of the white bass run and since then it's been 9 trips in a row to Taneycomo. Had some great trips some not so great, but that is fishing (and life) in a nutshell.
    Got down a little later than normal and started fishing by about 7:00. 10 casts in I started experimenting with my pause length on my Silver Shadow rap. I started counting out loud..1...2...3...4..and my line started swiming away from me 😊 landed an absolutely beautiful 17.5" smallie after some acrobatics. I wish the picture could've done it justice but just beautiful markings on this fish

    A little while later, I caught a chunky little rainbow on a berkley cutter 110+ in a darker color pattern. This time I was working it with shorter pauses.

    Then it got slow until DJ, Blake, and friends showed up after dark. I'm so glad I finally got to have someone show me the ropes on the night bite. Learned some tips and tricks that I never would've thought of on my own. 

    Got whacked on my first cast but missed in the hookset. Next cast produced a walleye and two casts later another small bow. The one fish guarentee lives on!
    Then things slowed a little so I had a chance to chat with DJ some more. Thoroughly enjoyed it my friend!
    Cant wait to setup another trip together!
     
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JestersHK in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Unfortunately have a client Go LIve this week so I am married to the computer. Good luck fellas!
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Johnsfolly in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Johnsfolly in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from nomolites in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from nomolites in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from snagged in outlet 3 in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from ness in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from BilletHead in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from BilletHead in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JestersHK in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Lol I don't think it was, but who knows! I will tell myself that to make it better
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from MNtransplant in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from MNtransplant in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Seth in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JestersHK in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JestersHK in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Targa98 in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Targa98 in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from JUNGLE JIM 1 in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Quillback in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from Quillback in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
    Went down to Taney last Friday to do an afternoon of fishing and it was the first tip I've had in a while that was lights out. I think a fairly consistent generation pattern has a ton to do with it. Went with my friend Lauren Plunkett, who had never fished Taney before, and she landed a couple of 18 and 19-inch rainbows--her biggest trout ever. That was pretty neat!
    Went out of Lilley's around 2pm and fished until 6pm or so, with an hour delay due to a thunderstorm. Fishing was great before and after. We solely fished the Signature Series jerkbaits from the cable through the Narrows. Casting the 110+1 in french pearl and dragging the 606 in ghost shad was the ticket. Our best spot was Lookout to the top of the Narrows. I landed a 19-inch football brown by the tennis courts, and most of our fish came in that area. The Narrows was a bit slow, surprisingly. 
    On our last drift we went clear down to River Point. Right in front of the dock in the middle of the lake near the seam I had a big fish hit. I felt two head shakes and said "oh, man!" I had caught three rocks (yes, three) prior and thought they were big fish. Don't knock it..they feel like giants! Lauren said "another rock?" Right then my drag SCREAMED. That fish took off and straight up ripped 100 feet of line from my reel. She yelled "oh s*^! not a rock!" and grabbed the net. Before I could switch to start back reeling the fish the line broke. I've caught a couple 10-pound trout before, and this felt way bigger than any of those. It was a sour way to end the day. I wish I would have at least seen the thing. But still a great day on Taney. We caught one fish under 17-inches in four hours. 


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    Ryan Miloshewski got a reaction from laker67 in Taneycomo Report 7/3   
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