UPDATE 4:54 pm CT…….. Generation Schedule is predicting 335 MW (mega watt) which equates to roughly 22,619 CFS or cubic feet per second. this would be 6.8 or almost 7 units of the 8 units available. Of course it is only a prediction by S.W.P.A
According to saturdays local paper the C.O.E. is planning on much heavier releases as of Dec 1st which is tomorrow tuesday Dec 1 2009 which will include the use of flood gates in conjunction with regular turbine release. I’ll pop down and take some pics and give a report tomorrow.
Wednesday and friday of this past week were spent fishing with Dr. Rick from Dallas. The weather warmed up for us nicely and so did the fish. Friday was a little slower than wednesday count of 73 fish. Saturday I fished with a father and son from the Memphis area and once again the fish count was high as the fish took our flies well. All three days were spent fishing from the narrows up to the state park. Yesterday I fished with Mike N. from Houston for a half day. Mike did manage to hook and land two brown trout at 16 inches. The one pictured below was the fatter of the two:
A tungsten bead white streamer worked in two consecutive drifts. We were hoping it would work three times but were rewarded with rainbows. This day we fished from the bottom of the state park down into gastons hole.
SHAD KILL ALERT:
Don’t forget to sign up for the Shad Kill Alert by sending an e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org with shad kill in the subject line. You will get an automated response letting you know your request was accepted. Those who signed up for this ALERT last year were the first to know about this exciting event. I’ve started preparing for this event by tying the necessary flies for the shad kill. I’ve also added a few new flies to the arsenal I’ve developed over the past 15 years. Look for more info about the SHAD KILL later in the week.
Don’t forget to book your early spring fishing trip soon.
GUIDED TRIPS: Book your trip for next year early and get the best dates while you can. We book group, couple, buddy and corporate trips. I work closely with independent professional experienced guides on a regular basis and would be happy to put together your fishing adventure. One phone call is all you need to make. Lunch, gear, equipment, water, soda,rods, reels, flies, leader tippet is supplied. We don’t take you or meet you at a fly shop and have you buy the supplies. We supply it for your convenience. The price you are quoted is the price you will pay with no surprises at the end of the day. My goal is to make sure you and your guest have fun and a good time. Fish with the rivers finest highly experienced guides. 4 year member ~ Arkansas Outfitters and Guides Association.