Location

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

Fishing Reports

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Table Rock Lake fishing remains good as we are approaching Summer. The Lake level is around 917 and the water temps are hovering around the 80 degree mark. While there are still some fish up shallow, there seems to be more and more heading out to their summer haunts. There is still a top water bite going on but it seems to be a little more sporadic. Always have a top water handy as you never know when some Bass or White Bass will push some shad to the top. Weve been doing better on deep trees with night crawlers but they seem to be moving around a little as they are not quite locked in on their summer patterns yet. We are also catching some on the bottom in 25-35 foot of water but then again they seem to be moving some also. As soon as we can get our lakes down to normal pool and they quit moving water through from Beaver Lake, we should start to see a more predictable summer pattern develop. For now you just have to keep moving and looking with your electronics for the fish. You can also catch some good fish dragging a shaky head or jig on the points in the 15 to 25 foot range. Now is a good time to fish Table Rock so if your interested in a fishing trip, give me a call. 

 Till next time Good Fishin Jamie 

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Average: 4 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: 71-80 F | Clarity: Clear

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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 917.17

Water Temp: 79 - 84

 

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Branson: Fishing guides are targeting fish deep on the lower end of the lake. Fish are surfacing on the lower end but most are just slapping at the bait rather than eating it. Jewel Classic Spin-X matched up with a Bass Pro Speed Shad or Zoom Super Fluke is a better option around the surfacing fish; cast the Spin-X past the surfacing fish and retrieve it quickly a few feet below the water’s surface. Once the sun comes up a drop shot rig with a Tightlines UV finesse worm or Chompers drop shot worm worked on gravel points from 25’ – 35’ deep on the bottom will continue the action.

 

Kimberling City: The early morning topwater bite is much stronger in the mid lake than in Branson. Fishing guides continue to catch fish early on Spooks, Sammies and Pop- R’s when schooling fish are present. As the school settles the Jewel Classic Spin-X is the ticket, work with a Super Fluke or Speed Shad below the surface as deep as 15’ down to draw strikes as the fish settle down. Once the sun comes up move to gravel points and flats with a drop off close by and throw Jewel Pro Spider jigs or Football jigs from 15’ – 25’ deep.

 

James River: Fish remain shallow on the James especially above Cape Fair; Buzz Baits, Whopper Ploppers and other top water baits have been effective around shallow wood cover on flats in the upper James. As the sun rises a mix of Carolina rigged brush hogs, Texas rigged worms and Jewel Football jigs from 12’ – 20’ deep on gravel points and flats will continue to put fish in the boat. Closer to the confluence with the White River Jewel Scuba Spoons fish 22’ – 35’ deep on gravel flats and points will fool spotted and white bass.  

 

White River: Branson fishing guides love the White River right now; Jewel Classic Spin-X and top water baits will put numbers and quality in the boat until almost 10:00 am on gravel and mixed gravel and rock points. As the sun comes up fish can still be caught on these points with; Jewel Spider Jigs, Squirrel Heads, Football Jigs and Bass Pro Shops Tender tubes. Target areas from 15’ – 25’ and pay close attention to drop offs or roll offs into deep water. If you prefer to fish deep Drop Shot rigged UV or Chompers worms fished on gravel points 25’ – 35’ deep and suspended in tree tops will work throughout the day.

 

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Average: 4 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: 61-70 F | Clarity: Clear

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Table Rock Lake

Lake Level: 916.77

Water Temp: 66 – 74

 

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Branson: Fishing guides have watched water temperatures rise and fall over the past week; cooler nights and cool rain during the day have lowered temps back into the mid to upper sixties this past week making fish a little harder to pattern. The best bite early continues to be a top water; Spooks, Sammies and Pop-R’s are still very effective, watch for schooling fish and cast into the melee. Once the sun comes up a one two punch of Ned Rigs and Bass Pro Shops Tender Tubes worked slowly along the bottom are all that is needed to put fish in the boat.

 

Kimberling City: The mid lake has been a little more stable than Branson. Fishing guides have been targeting fish on shallow flat points early and late with top water baits and then switching to Bass Pro Shops Tender Tubes and Jewel Squirrel heads with beavers and Bass Pro Shops Sticko’s from 10’ – 18’ deep. Better quality fish have been closer to deep water on these points, if there is a roll off on a point fish from deep water and drag either bait down the drop to draw strikes.

 

James River: Shallow, shallow, shallow is where you’ll find fish on the James. The influx of fresh water flooding shallow wood cover has made fish easier to find than just about anywhere on the lake. Branson fishing guides have been targeting fish with Jewel Magnum Casting Jigs and Texas rigged Bruch Hogs in laydowns and shallow brush from Aunt’s Creek to above Bridgeport. Early and late there has also been a great buzz bait and spinnerbait bite around the flooder brush as well. Bass Pro Shops and War Eagle buzz and spinner baits have been the ticket.

 

White River: The White River continues to be amazing, still the best end of the lake by far for both numbers and quality fish. Early and late the top water bite is nothing short of fantastic, Spooks, Sammies and Red – Fins are bringing numbers and some really nice size fish. Once the sun comes up switch to a white Zoom Super Fluke and work these same areas, the fish will be holding just a few feet below the surface and are hammering a fluke. Once the sun is high in the sky changing up to a Bass Pro Shops Tender Tube in Puke or Green Pumpkin worked slowing along gravel flats and points will produce bite after bite.

 

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