Table Rock Lake

Campbell Point, 6-2-17

Posted by Phil Lilley on June 2nd, 2017
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Enjoyed a relaxing day on the water with top-shelf OAF member and contributor Quillback. We had hoped to get a bit earlier start but encountered a damsel in distress at Seligman, so QB jumped on the flat tire change while I pumped gas and we were off and running in no time. Despite the delay, QB managed a 3.5-pound LM with a topwater on his VERY FIRST CAST, which some including myself consider to be a major no-no. Didn’t seem to hurt, though, as he went on to boat a couple more decent fish on the TW and had another three or so come unbuttoned on the way to the boat.

We hopscotched an area roughly from Campbell Point to Baxter, finding lots of fish on points. Deep bite was nonexistent for us, as nearly all of our bites came in water 1-15 feet deep. Jig ended up being the top producer, although fish were also landed on a shaky head and spinnerbait.

Ended the day at 2 p.m. with 24 total, of which 12 were keeps for a solid .500 batting average. Best five right at 15 pounds.

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