Table Rock Lake

Lisek’s Table Rock fishing report, March 22

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 22nd, 2013
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Lake Level: 911.71 (normal 915.0) Water Temp: 45 to 47.5 Degrees Water Clarity: Clear

The bite is still on here at Table Rock Lake in Branson, Missouri. The weather dictates how you need to fish, but there are plenty of fish to be caught.

Alabama rigs rigged with gene larew pearl swimbaits, and zoom swimming fluke jrs in albino and white ice are the go to baits. The best bite is on bluff ends and 45 degree banks. Submerged timber seems to help, especially in cold front conditions. Spro Mc Stick jerk baits in spooky shad and blue bandit are taking nice bass when the wind blows or on overcast days. Bluff ends, main lake, and some secondary points with timber produce well. We are starting to catch some nice smallmouth and kentuckys scratching the bottom on main lake gravel points with a 4” or 5” milky white or smoke grub. Rig the grub on a ¼ oz ball head and fish 12 to 25 feet deep.

The crappie have slowed down, but still catching a few in the James River and Baxter area on minnows fished in and along the creek channels 18’ to 25’ deep. White bass are still biting in these same areas.

For the trip of a lifetime on Table Rock Lake, come take a trip with us at Branson Guided Fishing Trips in Branson, Missouri. CATCH FISH GUARANTEED!

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