Falling Lake Levels Prompt Corps To Urge Caution

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Officials of the Army Corps of Engineers urge boaters, dock owners and visitors at its White River Basin lakes to take extra safety measures because of low lake levels.  Cold weather has fueled demand for hydroelectricity from five Corps dams in the basin.  Below normal rainfall has reduced inflow into the…

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Did you know these facts about Branson’s surging, yet almost forgotten river?

  Branson, Missouri is blessed with three pristine lakes: Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, and Bull Shoals Lake. Surging underneath each of them is their main source of water; Branson’s almost forgotten White River. Here’s a few facts about this important river that’s such a large part of Branson’s past, present, and future: Origin of…

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By Whatever name Alabama, Umbrella or Skoolin’ these rigs are hot and legal in Missouri

BRANSON, Mo. “The Alabama Rig is the hottest thing to hit the bass fishing scene in a long while,” said Jim Thompson, Fishing Advisor to the Branson Tourism Center, one of Branson’s largest and most respected vacation planning services; long time bass fisherman and the owner of the Central Pro-Am Association, a regional tournament bass…

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Webb wins 2011 Ranger Boat/Mercury Motors CPAA Bull Shoals Lake Pro-Am

“The results of ‘The 2011 Ranger Boat/Mercury Motors CPAA Bull Shoals Lake Pro-Am Tournament’ is yet another example of the great fishing that is available in the Branson Tri-Lakes area,” said Levi Kurtright, Director of Marketing for the Branson Tourism Center. “Although the levels of our three lakes, Table Rock Lake, Bull Shoals Lake and…

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