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Branson Missouri Fishing Guides

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Love Shack Cabins

38 Diamond Dr
Pacific Beach, WA 98571

Phone: 206-276-4337

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Focused Fishing Guide Service a Full time Professional Branson Fishing Guide on Beautiful Table Rock Lake and Taneycomo Lake for Bass, Crappie, White Bass, Pan Fish, and Year round on Taneycomo Lake in Branson Missouri for Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout.


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By: Branson Fishing Guide | Focused Fishing Guide Service


A lot of generation over the weekend had Taneycomo Trout actively feeding all last week from Fall Creek through Branson. Fishing guides targeted trout with a number of methods while the water was running; Zig Jigs, Jewel Sculpins, small jerkbaits, trout magnets, micro jigs and drift rigs all produced Taneycomo trout for Branson fishing guides. Zig jigs in ginger and triple olive were very effective when worked erratically around wood cover and boat docks, concentrate your efforts in eddies behind the cover. Jewel Sculpins have been making a big comeback on larger fish from Cooper Creek through Branson. Fishing guide trips using 2” motor oil and green sculpins on a 1/16oz. or 1/8oz. finesse head, retrieved tight to the bottom has produced some really nice trout while the water is running. Small Rapala and Yozuri jerkbaits have been putting trout in the boat around wood cover just like Zig jigs; key on eddies behind cover to be successful. Trout Magnets and Micro jigs fished below a float have continued to worked while the current is running; cast the rig above wood cover and boat docks and allow it float past the cover. Pay close attention to the float as many trout have been swimming with the bait in their mouth and the float will roll over and not go down when a trout grabs the bait. Finally, Gulp or Power Bait in chartreuse, orange, pink or white has been effective on a drift rig throughout the lake, pay attention to leader length as most Branson fishing guides are doing better with 4’ – 6’ leaders than shorter ones.    



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