Table Rock is loved by many people for a variety of reasons. It''s clear water makes it popular among scuba divers for diving, it''s clean waters is perfect for swimmers, skiers and tubers, jet skiing and kayaking along it shores, camping on it''s rocky banks, cliff diving and just cruising. Then there''s the fishermen! One of the premiere bass lakes in the country--best smallmouth and largemouth, and home of the state record spotted bass. Crappie, white bass and walleye round out the group along with some of the biggest and feistiest blue gill and goggleye around.
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 21st, 2017
Not sure any of this matters, given the impending condition, if not climate, change occurring.
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 20th, 2017
My buddy and I hit Table Rock on the James River arm on 04-08-2017 for our annual crappie/ catfish trip. We started out rigging in staging areas looking for a deeper bite. We started out finding some really big females in deeper water. Hit one deep tree and produced 10 or so. We ended the day with 29 big fish. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 18th, 2017
Had a wonderful afternoon on the water yesterday with my youngest son. We fished from 12:00 – 6:00. Caught 52 from 12″-18″. 13 keepers. 45 were smallies. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 15th, 2017
Got out for 6 hours Friday, starting at 11 a.m. Lower part of the White. Ned and spinnerbait did the bulk of the damage. Ended the day with 24 and 8 keepers. Best five 16 pounds. read more…
Posted by Phil Lilley on April 10th, 2017
Launched at Bridgeport a little after 7 this morning water temps around 59,tried my normal spots at BP with no luck decided to run up the James a little. read more…