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MO
United States
36° 39' 5.184" N, 93° 32' 17.7432" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Focused Fishing Guide Service - Eric Prey
Rating:
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:41-50 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
January 23, 2015

Focused Fishing Guide Service a Full time Professional Branson Missouri Fishing Guide Service 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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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 909.4

Water Temp: 39 – 46

 

By: Branson Fishing Guide Service | Focused Fishing Guide Service

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Branson: Fishing guides continue to target fish deep with a combination of Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps. Look for the majority of fish to be from the mouths of the creeks to about midway back in larger creek arms holding close to timber adjacent to the creek channel. The best bite has been from 35’ – 55’ deep over as much as 120’ of water. A good secondary pattern is Megabass and SPRO stickbaits on steep ledge rock banks with isolated timber. Most of the fish are suspended about 10’ down over as much as 30’ of water.

 

Kimberling City: there is a solid deep bite in the mid lake just like in Branson. Fishing guides are finding fish suspended in tree tops close to main creek channels in larger creek arms. Most of the fish have been around 30’ – 50’ deep over as much as 90’ of water. There have also been a few fish holding on long gravel points on the main lake. Look for these fish to be tight to the bottom from 25’ – 55’ deep. The stickbait bite is stronger in the mid lake than in Branson. Fishing guides are using SPRO McStick and Megabass Vision 110 baits on steep ledge rock banks and points with a little wind. Fish have been suspending around 8’ deep over as much as 25’. 

 

James River: The James has developed a couple of good bites over the past week; the umbrella rig bite is still strong around deep tree tops on deep points and drop offs. Look for fish to be suspended 10’ -20’ deep over trees that top out around 25’ deep. There is a strong bite on bluff walls in the mid and upper James River. Branson fishing guides have been using Jewel Squirrel head and Pro Spider jigs, casting toward the bluff and working them back to the main channel. Look for areas where the bluff is broken down or where there are “rock slides” to be the most productive.

 

White River: As usual the White River continues to have a variety of patterns. The deep bite with Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps is just as strong here as it is in the mid lake and Branson. Fishing guides have also been doing very well with Megabass Vision 110 and SPRO McStick stickbaits on steep banks. There is also a solid jig bite on Jewel Magnum casting jigs and Finesse craw combos on the larger community docks. Look for dock on or close to points to be the most productive and work stalls from 10’ – 25’ deep.   

 

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Fishing Report Provided by Focused Fishing Guide Service - Eric Prey
Rating:
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:41-50 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
January 23, 2015

Focused Fishing Guide Service a Full time Professional Branson Missouri Fishing Guide Service 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.

 

Check our web sites:

focusedfishing.com

bransonfishingtv.com

bransonbassfishingguide.com

troutofmymind.com

guidefishingbranson.com

 

Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 909.4

Water Temp: 39 – 46

 

By: Branson Fishing Guide Service | Focused Fishing Guide Service

Check out our new site: bransonfishingtv.com

 

 

Branson: Fishing guides continue to target fish deep with a combination of Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps. Look for the majority of fish to be from the mouths of the creeks to about midway back in larger creek arms holding close to timber adjacent to the creek channel. The best bite has been from 35’ – 55’ deep over as much as 120’ of water. A good secondary pattern is Megabass and SPRO stickbaits on steep ledge rock banks with isolated timber. Most of the fish are suspended about 10’ down over as much as 30’ of water.

 

Kimberling City: there is a solid deep bite in the mid lake just like in Branson. Fishing guides are finding fish suspended in tree tops close to main creek channels in larger creek arms. Most of the fish have been around 30’ – 50’ deep over as much as 90’ of water. There have also been a few fish holding on long gravel points on the main lake. Look for these fish to be tight to the bottom from 25’ – 55’ deep. The stickbait bite is stronger in the mid lake than in Branson. Fishing guides are using SPRO McStick and Megabass Vision 110 baits on steep ledge rock banks and points with a little wind. Fish have been suspending around 8’ deep over as much as 25’. 

 

James River: The James has developed a couple of good bites over the past week; the umbrella rig bite is still strong around deep tree tops on deep points and drop offs. Look for fish to be suspended 10’ -20’ deep over trees that top out around 25’ deep. There is a strong bite on bluff walls in the mid and upper James River. Branson fishing guides have been using Jewel Squirrel head and Pro Spider jigs, casting toward the bluff and working them back to the main channel. Look for areas where the bluff is broken down or where there are “rock slides” to be the most productive.

 

White River: As usual the White River continues to have a variety of patterns. The deep bite with Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps is just as strong here as it is in the mid lake and Branson. Fishing guides have also been doing very well with Megabass Vision 110 and SPRO McStick stickbaits on steep banks. There is also a solid jig bite on Jewel Magnum casting jigs and Finesse craw combos on the larger community docks. Look for dock on or close to points to be the most productive and work stalls from 10’ – 25’ deep.   

 

bransonfishingtv.com

bransonbassfishingguide.com

troutofmymind.com

guidefishingbranson.com

 

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