TABLE ROCK LAKE FISHING REPORT
The fishing on Table Rock Lake is hot,
just like the Branson, Missouri summer weather.
We have been primarily fishing secondary points on the lower end. I
fished a half or 3/4 oz jig Netbait pbj or green pumpkin with chompers twin tail
grubs. Sitting the boat in 25 to 35 fow fishing very slowly drag the jig across
the bottom and the bass will flat explode on it.
On the rest of the lake, we are fishing Spro Fat Papa crankbaits in nasty
shad. The fish seem to be on main lake flat gravel in front of the flooded
bushes. We are catching quite a few wallaye as well. A watermelon candy tube and
a PB&J Ned rig are taking fish in the same areas when they quite biting the
cranks. When its slick and high pressure we have been drop shotting watermelon
candy and chompers brown purple laminate worms. The bite is 15 to 22 feet deep.
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Table Rock Lake Fishing Report
August 28, 2013
Lake Level: 916.90’ (normal 915.0) Water Temp: 81 - 85 Degrees Water Clarity:
Clear to slightly stained
Summer fishing here on Table Rock Lake in Branson, Missouri is in full swing.
Each day is different and seems to require relocating schools of biting fish.
From the dam to the mid lake area, the best bite has been drop shotting chompers
worms in watermelon/red and brown/purple combos, and live night crawlers. Early
fishing near the bottom on main lake gravel structure 26’ to 35’ is taking some
fish. As the day goes on, fishing tree tops on main lake drops, humps, and bluff
ends are taking the bigger bass. Also early in the back of the bigger creeks
there is a shallow bite for bass using spit in images and pop r style baits. The
James is hit or miss and mostly a miss. From Campbell point to eagle rock the
bass are schooling early and can be caught using pop r and super spook jr style
baits. The next bite in this area is a ½ oz football jig in green pumpkin tipped
with zoom speed craws. The best depth is 18’ to 28’ for most fish. Drop shotting
live crawlers is taking a large number of spotted bass 28’ to 35’ deep suspended
and on the bottom on main lake humps and gravel flats on this area. Deffinetly
the best bite on the lake is in this area.
Table Rock Lake Fishing Report
June 10, 2013,
Lake Level: 917.90’ (normal 915.0) Water
Temp: 72 Degrees Water Clarity: Clear
(some areas stained)
Fishing here on Table Rock Lake,
located here in Branson, Missouri is
still red hot. The fish are moving into
the summer patterns. The bigger fish
tend to be moving deeper. There are
several things working. A majority of
the fish are on main lake points just
outside spawning areas.
This week we have been Carolina
rigging chompers centepedes and chompers
skirted grubs in green pumpkin and
watermelon candy. The bite can be as
shallow as 8’ to 15 ‘ and as deep as 22’
to 30’. There is still a good redfin
bite early or on overcast days fishing
these same areas. Timber seems to help.
The drop shot bite has turned on
and the bass are ready and willing to
eat. The best bite is on main lake flats
and points 22’ to 32’. The best baits
have been chompers drop shot worms in
brown/purple, and watermelon red colors.
White bass are taking spoons and
pop r style baits on the main lake. Look
for the crappie on minnows in deep
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