Generation Schedule ? ?

Nope!  Have no idea why they have been generating all day, every day this week.  Projection for tomorrow is no generation from midnight until 8:00 a.m. when they will run the equivalent of one generator until 10:00 p.m.  Zero from 10:00 p.m. to midnight.  Weather has been beautiful, cloudy and cooler yesterday, but today was full of sunshine.  Possibility of isolated thunder showers Friday, scattered thunder showers Saturday and Sunday, and isolated thumder showers Monday.  Temperatures to remain in the low 70s, with Tuesday in the 60s and sunshine.

More busy days on the water.  Stan had Taisha and her father Jim, from Independence out for half a day Saturday.  Last time these two were out, they had 30 doubles (both hooked a fish at almost the same time).  This trip, they only had 10 or 11, but had a great day catching on the rusty midge.  This was the fly the entire trip.  Barry, from St. Louis, spent hald a day with Jim.  Jim worked with Barry on casting as well as catching.  They too did well on the rusty midge plus a size 18 gray scud.


Sunday, Gina spend the morning with Patti and Pat from St. Louis.  They had a very good day on the copper dun, primrose & pearl, and various other midges.  These two are not only good fly fishers, but very involved with fly fishing.  Both are members of FFF Southern Council and Missouri Casting for Recovery.. 

Patti – 10/17/10

Pat – 10/17/10

Bob and Sandy, from Illinois, spent half a day with Stan on Monday.  These good fishers had a good day on the red midge, 56er, and a primrose & pearl midge.

Hearing and seeing pictures of some nice browns being caught up in the Hatchery Area.  Most of them are being caught on either gray or tan scuds.  With the overcast weather we had yesterday, all the patterns were dark.  Dark brown San Juan worms seemed to be one of the good patterns yesterday. 

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