Fishing Report Provided by Focused Fishing Guide Service - Eric Prey
Average: 3(1 vote)
| Water Temp:81-90 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
July 26, 2014
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Table Rock Lake
Lake Level: 916.3
Water Temp: 79 – 86
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Branson: Fishing guides have noticed the deep bite moving a little over the past week; fish that were holding around 35’ deep have slid out to as deep as 50’ on gravel points and flats on the main lake. Drop shot rigs with UV finesse worms, Chompers Drop Shot worms and ROBO worms continue to be the best option targeting these deeper fish. There have been a few fish taken on topwater over the past week; cloudy morning are best and fish will take Spooks, Red Fins and Sammys fished around boat docks around deep water. The bite lasts for about the first 30 minutes of daylight so get out early.
Kimberling City: Jewel football jigs continue to produce for Branson fishing guides in the Kimberling City area, PB&J and green pumpkin candy matched with a green pumpkin J Tail trailer has been the best offering. Look for isolated brush and rock cover from 15’ – 25’ deep on main lake and secondary points in larger creek arms to be the most productive areas. Webb tail spoons have begun to produce around large deep boat docks; look for community docks 30’ deep or deeper to be the most productive.
James River: The water color in the James continues to be the best on the lake holding fish shallower here than anywhere else. Big worms have been putting better fish in the boat from Campers Point up to above Cape Fair. Look for brush piles less than 20’ deep to be the most productive. Branson fishing guides have also done well with deep diving crankbaits up the James. Look for isolated rock or brush 10’ – 20’ deep on main lake points and channel bank ledges to be the most productive areas. Strike King 6 XD in Sexy Shad have been putting fish in the boat.
White River: The White River continues to produce for Branson fishing guides. The Baxter area has some of the best drop shot action on the lake; look for fish to be holding tight to the bottom 35’ – 45’ deep on gravel points and flats near deeper water or suspended in tree tops 30 ‘- 50’ deep over as much as 100’ deep. Jewel football jigs and Carolina rigged UV hogs fished on gravel points further upstream will produce numbers and quality form Campbell point to above Big M. Shallow crankbaits and big worms have been very effective around brush and laydowns in creek arms and flats up the Kings River.
Fishing Report Provided by - Joe Bauer
Average: 2(1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
July 25, 2014
The fishing on Table Rock was a bit slow. I fished early mornings and bites were few and far between. I had my best luck along bluff banks with submerged standing timber. Fish were chasing shad quite a bit at the surface and I caught some on a Zoom Fluke that I threw at them while they were surfacing.
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