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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:
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:51-60 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
April 30, 2015

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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 915.56

Water Temp: 57 – 66

 

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Branson: Fishing guides are watching fish move to spawning beds in mass this week. Those that like to sight fish will be in heaven on the lower end of the lake as just about every pocket and cove has fish on beds. Jewel 3/16 oz. squirrel heads with UV Finesse worms or Zoom Speed Craws have been great options for bedding fish. Ned rigged Bass Pro Shops Stick – O’s have been the ticket for staging and post spawn fish. Look to gravel points near spawning pockets to be the best locations.  

 

Kimberling City: The Mid Lake spawn is in full swing just like Branson, fishing guides have seen beds in just about every cove and fish are locked on in around 60% - 70% of the beds. With warmer weather predicated this weekend the sight fishing should be lights out. Jewel Squirrel heads are money here as well and craw or a lizard attached will drive the spawners crazy. Pre and post spawn fish are holding close to spawning pockets on points or suspended; Ned rigs, Squirrel heads and Bass Pro Shops Speed Shad swimbaits and all top producers.   

 

James River: The stained water in the James has temperatures higher here than in Kimberling or Branson. Fishing guides have found fish holding close to wood cover in and around spawning pockets from the mouth of the river to above Cape Fair. Anglers wanting to “look at ‘em” should have no problem finding spawning beds with protective fish in the James, every pocket has at least a few beds and some look like a crowded hotel on a holiday weekend. If you’re not chasing spawners fish Jewel Pro Spider jigs or Magnum Casting jigs on points close to spawning pockets.  

 

White River: Even though the rest of the lake has turned on the White River still has some of the best fishing on Table Rock. Fishing guides in Branson have found several quality bites in the White River; bedding fish are literally everywhere, just about every pocket is holding quality fish on beds with the majority locked on and aggressively protecting their nests. Post spawn fish are eating Red Fins, Spooks and Sammies early and late on secondary points close to spawning pockets and throughout the day a combination of Ned Rigs, Bass Pro Shops Tender tubes, Jewel Squirrel Heads and Flukes keep the action going all day long.  

 

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Fishing Report Provided by Indian Point Guide Service - Jamie get last
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
April 24, 2015

Table Rock Lake is at normal pool and the fishing is Fantastic.  With the water temps in the low 60s  the fish have moved up shallow all over the lake.  We have a lot of fish on the spawning beds right now and I foresee another wave moving up with the next full moon.  You can catch fish on just about anything you want to throw.  We have been doing best on Shaky heads rigged with a green pumpkin finesse worm.  The fish are anywhere from the main lake to the backs of the creeks and coves.  The White Bass have shown up in the backs of the major creeks around the Dam. You can catch them on jerk baits and arigs or just about any minnow imitating lure.  You just need to keep moving to find the schools and once you find then you can catch a bunch in a hurry.  This is the time of year we really need to release the Bass as they are in the spawning stage and we need them to have a successful spawn so we can continue to enjoy the great fishing Table Rock Lake has to offer.  If your interested in a guided fishing trip just drop me a line 

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