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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
February 27, 2015

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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 909.3

Water Temp: 39 – 44

 

By: Branson Fishing Guide Service | Focused Fishing Guide Service

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Branson: Fishing guides managed to get out a couple of times this week now that the snow is off the launch ramps. The lower end of the lake is dominated by a deep bite. Jewel Scuba spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps have been the best tow baits, look for fish to be holding a little shallower than they have been over the past month. The best bite has been on gravel points and flats with isolated brush or trees, look for fish to be tight to the bottom in and around the wood cover from 32’ – 45’ deep.

 

Kimberling City: There is a solid deep bite in Kimberling city on the same pattern as Branson. Fishing guides have been doing very well with Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps on gravel flats and points from 32’ – 42’ deep. There is also a solid stickbait bite in the mid lake. Look for steep ledge rock banks to be the most productive areas, any wind will make this bite significantly better.  Megabass vision 110’s and SPRO McStick baits have been the most productive with translucent colors working better on sunny days and solid colors best when it’s cloudy.

 

James River: Two patterns have been working for Branson fishing guides up the James River this past week; Umbrella rigs and Jewel Jigs have been dominate. Main lake and secondary points in larger creek arms have been the spot to throw and umbrella rig. Match the rig up with either Keitech or Zoom swimbaits and then concentrate on isolated pieces of wood cover on chunk rock and ledge rock points. On cloudy days the fish will be a little deeper and on windy sunny days they will move up shallower in the water column. Jewel magnum casting jigs with a beaver trailer have been effective on channel swing banks in the creek arms. Look for transition areas where the channel swing leaves the bank to be the best spot.

 

White River: The deep bite has been very strong up the White River just like in Branson. Fishing guides have found the same shallower bite from 35’ – 45’ deep on points and flats. Jewel Scuba spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps are king in the White just like the rest of the lake. There is a good stickbait bite as well, ledge rock and chunk rock banks and points have been key areas. Jewel Magnum Casting Jigs are effective particularly around large boat docks on points.   

 

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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
February 19, 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: 908.75

Water Temp: 41 – 47

 

By: Branson Fishing Guide Service | Focused Fishing Guide Service

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Branson: Fishing guide trips have been limited since the snow came through on Sunday, before the snow there were a couple of strong patterns on the lower end. The deep bite continues to produce both numbers and quality; Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps are still the baits of choice. Look for fish to be holding a little shallower than in the past few weeks, with most coming from 35’ – 45’ deep close to trees and brush on the bottom. Bass Pro Shops XPS grubs have begun to produce as well; gravel points and flats near deep water have been the best locations. Most of the fish are still fairly deep so a 3/8 oz. head and either milky salt and pepper or smoke copper flake have been the best combos. Look for fish to be close to the bottom from 25’ – 35’ deep.

 

Kimberling City: The deep bite is the same in Kimberling City as it is in Branson. Fishing guides are using Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps over deep brush and trees from 35’ – 45’ deep to put spotted bass in the boat. The Bass Pro XPS grub bite has been strong here as well, look for fish to be on gravel points from 25’ – 35’ deep, scrub the bottom with the grub to draw strikes. Mega Bass Vision 110 and SPRO McStick stickbaits have been effective on channel swing transitions in the larger creek arms as well, look for areas where ledge rock changes to chunk rock and fish from the bank to 25’ deep.  

 

James River: Umbrella rigs have been producing some quality fish in the James River this past week as seen at a buddy tournament over the weekend. Keitech and Zoom Swimmin Flukes have been the baits of choice on a rig and most of the fish are coming close to wood cover on main lake and secondary points in the larger creek arms. Most of the fish have been from 15’ – 25’ deep. Branson fishing guides have also been successful with Jewel Magnum Casting Jigs on calm sunny days; look for fish to be holding tight to wood cover or boat docks from 10’ – 20’ deep on steeper rocky banks.  

 

White River: Just like in Branson fishing guides are doing well in the White River on a deep bite; Jewel Scuba Spoons and Rapala Jigging Raps have been the most popular options. Fish have been holding on deep brush and trees from 35’ – 45’ deep very close to the bottom. Mega Bass and SPRO stickbaits continue to produce on channel swing banks and steep ledge rock points, wind helps this bite immensely. Jewel Magnum casting jigs have been very effective further up the White, look for channel banks in the larger creek arms and cast jigs from shallow to deep, work the jig through the channel to draw strikes.

 

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