With streamer patterns, use intermediate sink leaders or sinking tip lines with 4X tippet and cast across the stream on and allow the fly to sink and swing with the current. In high water indicator rigs with heavy shot and dropper rigs with San Juan worms fish deep are a good way to go. With no generation look for moving water, drop offs and deeper water. Use 6x tippet and the lightest indicator possible, good choices are big dry flies and palsas. Zebra midges are a food staple at Taneycomo, but plan to change colors and depths to keep the fish hooking up. These fish turn on and off to color depending on where you are fishing the river. Scuds work well in the outlet area near the dam and hatchery.
I think fishing will just continue to get better. We are starting to see some cooler weather and have had a great rain the past two days. We might get some more Saturday night into Sunday morning. Good oxygen level and water temperatures are in the mid 40s. Several of the fish caught over the weekend we nice size, 15 inches and better, coloring up nicely and a few males starting to show the kiped jaw. A few more, not a lot, browns being see and caught. Nothing really big. You can always call us for an update or keep checking the schedules and real time for generation. A link to that information and phone numbers is available on our website. (Click on River Run Outfitters at the top of the page and the link to "Visit our Website" for current trip reports and pictures and generation schedules.)