Hard To Beat That Gray Scud!

Chances of showers today, maybe some sprinkles this morning, but better chances after noon.  Again, some chances tomorrow and Wednesday, with temperatures holding in the mid to upper 70s.  Think I saw 80s early next week. 

Taneycomo continues to see lots of wading time in the mornings.  Over the weekend, they only turned on a low one generator around 3:00 p.m. and kept it on a coupld hours Saturday and only one hour yesterday.  We expect to see generation again this afternoon, but the water is off right now. 

Thursday, Jim had Jim and Charlie from Springfield, MO. on the water again.  They had a great half day on thr rusty and primrose & pearl midges, a blood worm, and stripping a size 12 bug-eyed sculpin. 

Stan out with Rick and Kristie  from Town & Country, MO.  Quick half day.  They flew into Branson and got to the shop around 8:30 a.m.  Caught some fish on the primrose & pearl midge and a red San Juan worm and had to be off the water at 12:30 p.m. 

Meanwhile, Gina and Carolyn were working hard at the Sounthern Council FFF Conclave held in Mountain Home, Arkansas.  We had a great time seeing old friends and making new friends.  Unfortunately, they ran water all the time we were there, so fishing was NOT.  Did have some great grub…fall off the bone ribs… fixed by Mark Ballew from Oklahoma.

Handed out two “catch and release pins” yesterday for two 0ver 20 inch browns caught on the good old gray scud.  Taked to several other folks who were catching in this same patterns.  Also talked to Jim, who lives at Pointe Royale, who was catching, but finally lost all of his holographic green cracklebacks to fish yesterday morning.

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