Location

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

Fishing Reports

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Average: 4 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F Water Temp: 81-90 F Clarity: Stained

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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 925.3

Water Temp: 88 - 94

 

By: Branson Fishing Guide Service | Focused Fishing Guide Service

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Branson: Fishing guides are still doing best with drop shot rigs on the lower end. Long gravel points from 18’ to 25’ deep have been the best locations, look for fish to be holding tight to the bottom and drop Tightlines UV finesse worms, Chompers drop shot worms or Yamamoto cut tails. There have been a few fish starting to suspend over these points as well; Jewel Classic Spin-X and Dixie Jet Spoons have been working when fish are suspended. Cast either over the point, count it down to around 10’ and retrieve with a slow stop and go retrieve.  

 

Kimberling City: Still a stronger shallow bite in the mid lake than in Branson. Fishing guides have been doing well on gravel points and flats from 10’ – 20’ deep with Bass Pro Shops Tender Tubes in Puke and green pumpkin. Jewel Squirrel heads with Tightlines UV Beavers and Finesse worms or Jewel Pro Spider Jigs have been effective as well. Fish will move deeper as the sun comes up so start fishing around 10’ deep early and move out to 20’ deep by 10:00 am.

 

James River: The water is stained and most of the debris has settled in James. There is still a strong shallow bite from Aunts Creek on up to Cape Fair, look for fish to be holding tight to cover less than 10’ deep. Flipping and pitching bait have been the most effective; Jewel Finesse flippin’ jigs and Magnum Casting Jigs with Paca Chunk trailers, Texas rigged Tightline UV 10” worms and UV Hogs fished tight to cover have been producing numbers and big fish. Above Cape Fair there is a strong Deep Crankbait bite shaping up; Fat Free Shad and DD 22 fished on ledges and deep brush piles have been producing when your timing is right.     

 

White River: Branson fishing guides continue to love the White River; there is a strong shallow bite on pea gravel points and flats from Baxter to Eagle Rock. Look for fish to be less than 20’ deep and target them with Bass Pro Shops Tender Tubes, Jewel Spider Jigs and Squirrel Heads with Tightlines UV Finesse Worms and Beavers worked slowly along the bottom from the old bank line to 20’ deep. Better fish have been coming on Jewel 3/8 oz. Finesse Football jigs and J-Tail trailers in the same areas. You won’t get as many bites but the quality improves with the larger profile bait.

 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

Table Rock Lake is about 12 foot above normal. The water temperature is in the mid 80s. The fishing remains good although the fish have moved up some with the high water. You can still catch some off the deep trees but not as many as before the rise in water. The key depths seem to be 18 to 25 feet deep. There are some fish in the flooded brush but we have been catching more in 18 to 25 range. With the water color you can get over these shallower fish and still drop shot to catch them. We have also been catching some on jigs, tubes and swimbaits. Because of the high water, we have still been catching some nice Smallmouth Bass. We are also catching some nice big Bream and some Walleye using crawlers on the points. The fish arent everywhere so you have to keep moving and searching. Once you catch one, you can usually catch multiple fish from the same spot. 

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Average: 4 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 91-100 F Water Temp: 81-90 F Clarity: Clear

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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 927.6

Water Temp: 82 - 88

 

By: Branson Fishing Guide Service | Focused Fishing Guide Service

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Branson: Fishing guides are finding fish shallower now that the lake has stabilized. Several fish are being caught on drop shot rigs 24’ – 35’ deep on long gravel main lake points. UV finesse worms, Chompers drop shot worms and Yamamoto Cut Tail worms have all been effective; fish the bait right on the bottom to draw strikes from fish holding tight to the bottom. Further up Long Creek there is a great shallow bite on gravel points 7’ – 15’ deep on Jewel Pro Spider Jigs and Squirrel Heads, gradual sloping points are better than steep ones.

 

Kimberling City: The shallow bite is stronger in the Kimberling City than in Branson. Fishing guides are targeting fish on main lake and secondary gravel points with Jewel Spider Jigs, Squirrel heads with Beavers and Speed Craws and Bass Pro Shops Tender Tubes. As the current decreases this week fish will begin to suspend more and more, look for them to move back to deep tree tops and channel swing points. Target these fish with Jewel Classic Spin-X and Dixie Jet Spoons.

 

James River: Flood waters have left a lot of debris floating in the upper portion of the James, from Piney on up to above Cape Fair there are a number of floating logs and other debris. As of right now the debris is slowly moving down lake and is passable if you take your time. The dirty water of the James is holding fish shallow; flipping and pitching the shallow bushes and other cover as close to the bank as possible has been the best technique. Jewel Magnum Casting Jigs, Texas rigged brush hogs and big worms have been the best option.

 

White River: The White River is still the most productive areas of the lake; Branson fishing guides have been having the most success from Baxter to Shell Knob focusing on flat gravel main lake and secondary points. Jewel Pro Spider jigs, Bass Pro Shops Tender Tubes and Jewel Squirrel heads with speed craws or beavers have been the best offerings. Most of the fish are holding tight to the old bank line around 10’ deep and out to around 15’ deep. There are a few fish suspending in trees on channel swing points as well, these fish will become more plentiful as the current is slowed. Jewel Classic Spin-X, Dixie Jet Spoons and drop shot rigs have all been effective on these fish.

 

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