Fishing Report Provided by Branson Fishing Guide Service - Don House
Average: 3(1 vote)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
September 12, 2014
Summer is finally coming to an end on Table Rock Lake. Fish have seemed to locate them self in their deep water hangouts. Large schools of feeding fish are common now, just look for the first site of smaller fish surfacing, top water spooks or chug bugs and all white spoons are getting the bite. Depth changes but has been holding steady around 40 feet for the last few weeks. Most creeks are holding fish on main lake points and secondary points as well. Just have to look. Hit as many locations as you can, one will hold the mother load there!
Spoon's in all white from 1/2 to 3/4 ounce are working well in the right docks. I'm flipping and pitching these spoons in the open docks stall with deep water and cables. Allowing the spoon to free fall down using the reel as a brake and to feel the tap. Bite was always on the fall even had a few that were swim off's. My favorite way to fish in the fall.
Drop Shot Rig's in the 40 to 50 foot range on bottom or suspended in the tree tops. Robo Worms and Chompers Drop Shot worms are working best, Purple and Brown, Green and Brown good colors. Also Still working are the good old Night Crawlers..
Football jigs slow dragged on the bottom in the 20 to 40 foot range will get the bite, but also was catching some fish swimming the jig back to the boat as well so try both for the bite. Also targeting docks on super sunny weeks and flipping the docks stalls in deeper waters, bite is on the fall. Size of the jigs change from 1/2 to 3/4 ounce jigs in the basic Table Rock Colors should work great. PB&J, Green Pumpkin, Missouri Craw. Trailers are the basic craw looking like the Zoom speed craw in my favorite color watermelon cotton candy or a 4" twin tailed grub by Chompers in the same Watermelon Cotton Candy! Check the Dock's in the shaded sides!
Good Fishing Everyone..
Fishing Report Provided by Focused Fishing Guide Service - Eric Prey
Average: 4(1 vote)
| Water Temp:81-90 F | Clarity: Clear
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
September 6, 2014
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Branson: Fishing guides continue to chase surfacing fish for the first couple of hours every day. Spooks, Sammies and pop-r’s continue to be the baits of choice, watch for fish chasing shad and make cast in front of them. As the sun rises fish will settle down into deep trees and under boat docks; drop shot rigged UV worms, Chompers drop shot worms and ROBO worms have been the best offerings for those holding in deep trees, while dock fish can be caught with Jewel Pro spider jigs and craw combos.
Kimberling City: Great topwater bite in the mid lake just like Branson, fishing guides will chase fish holding close to deep water and throw a variety of topwater baits. Drop shot rigs are effective as the sun rises look for fish to be holding in and around deep trees Jewel ½ and 5/8 oz. football jigs have been working as well, green pumpkin candy and PB&J have been the best colors matched with a a green pumpkin J-Tail trailer. Look for fish to be 12’ – 20’ deep on pea gravel points.
James River: The James is dominated by a strong shallow bite, big worms, Jewel jigs and shallow running crankbaits have all been very effective less than 10’ deep. Look for brush or other wood cover and make multiple cast from different angles. Branson fishing guides are also doing well with Jewel football jigs and Carolina rigged brush hogs in the James. Gravel roll off points on the main lake are holding both numbers and quality.
White River: The best topwater action on the lake is on the White River; from Campbell point to Big M fish can be found surfacing early in the day and they will stay up for as much as two hours around wood cover on points. Sammies, spooks and Pop-R’s are all effective. Branson fishing guides are also targeting fish with deep crankbaits on channel swing banks around Big M, look for points on the end of channel swings that drop into deep water. Carolina rigged brush hogs and Jewel football jigs are also effective on the White; gravel and mixed gravel and rock points have been the best locations.
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