Taneycomo trout seemingly dance into boat

Robbie Dodson, a fishing guide from Harrison, nets a rainbow trout for Melissa Nichols of Pineville, Mo., during a trip in February at Lake Taneycomo near Branson. Trout were eager to bite tiny flies that imitate scuds, sometimes called freshwater shrimp, that are the No. 1 food for trout at Taneycomo.
(NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)
Robbie Dodson, a fishing guide from Harrison, nets a rainbow trout for Melissa Nichols of Pineville, Mo., during a trip in February at Lake Taneycomo near Branson. Trout were eager to bite tiny flies that imitate scuds, sometimes called freshwater shrimp, that are the No. 1 food for trout at Taneycomo. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Flip Putthoff)


Is it river or is it lake? That's not a major concern when drifting in the current and catching trout after trout at Lake Taneycomo.

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