Table Rock Lake

Quillback’s Big M Table Rock fishing report, March 11

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 11th, 2014
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With the forecast calling for another day in the 70’s, I just had to get out there again today. There was a decent early bite, then just a fish here and there. I caught around 15 again today, but average size was down, only 3or 4 keepers. Biggest was an egg filled 3 lb. LM.

Tubes again were my best bait, but I did get a couple of spots on the Ned rig (thanks DTRS for the advice and the jig heads and Zinkerz). Hooked up on something large on the Ned, never saw it, but it was swimming strongly and had it’s way with me, couldn’t do much with 6 lb. test and light spinning gear. Hook just came out, never saw what it was, but I’m thinking maybe a good walleye.

Wind really started going, bite was getting tough, so I left at 1 PM.

Caught a couple of fish shallow in cove pockets, that 3 lb. LM was in about 6 feet of water. Others were in the 10-20 foot range. Definitely some fish moving into those pre-spawn staging areas.

Water temps 42-45.

1st Ned fish.





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