Table Rock Lake

Babler’s Table Rock Lake fishing report, April 13

Posted by Phil Lilley on April 14th, 2013
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Started today at Cow Creek and we fished to Point 7 then around to Point 2, mostly fishing staging areas on a very slick surface. This lake is just about as clear as it has been in the last 20 years. I dropped the White Ice fluke to the bottom in 30 ft. off of Sportsman and could see it on the bottom. What a good thing, as the fish can see it for a long way. They sure did today as they pretty much ate up our float-n-fly and carolina rigged fluke.

Did not get out real early and when we hit the water, the surface temps were at 50.2 got off at 3 pm and surface temp at Indian Point was 52. Not a whole lot of increase in temps.

Don’t know how long this deal will last, but they are still for me suspended in staging areas, mostly in 15 to 25 feet over 50. The boats I saw today were no problem, as they were fishing up right on the bank. Saw lots of them some fishing with-in a flip or a pitch of the bank. Must have been catching something as there were lots and lots doing it. I was fishing out at least 2 casts out behind most of them in much deeper water. Did talk to a couple of guys fishing close and they were not slaying them. We had well over 40 fish today with close to 20 keepers with the bigs at 4 to 4.5

Caught the best quality K’s I’ve had this year.

Hope I can stay on them as I am fixin to really get busy.

Report in the same area on heavy wind yesterday was a fantastic A-Rig bite, with some of the guides coming up with 15 keepers and 30 fish days for their clients and really good size. Mostly the same area I fished on flat water today.

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