Table Rock Lake

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.

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Cape Fair 7/30

Posted by Phil Lilley on August 1st, 2016

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Fished between pt14 and 12. Caught around 20, lots of dinks. Best bite was on gravel 10-20ft water using Ned rig, shaky head and spin-x. Great day on the water, got the chance to take my son and dad out.

Big M area 7/29

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 30th, 2016


I don’t have a lot to say about the black bass, caught 7, one keeper LM that came on a jig.  Caught one on a top water, and one on a spoon, the rest were on jigs. read more…

July 28 on the Upper End

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 28th, 2016

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Water Temp 87, Visibility 4 to 6 feet, Fog early.  Left the marina at 7 AM resolved to do better than recent trips. I began at a late summer run I discovered last year. I started with a large silver blade worm harness and promptly caught a keeper meanmouth from 26 feet of water. read more…

Big M area, 7/27

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 27th, 2016


Launched at about 0545, with some clouds and distant thunder.  Remained cloudy all morning with a couple of breaks of sun and some rain, spend about 20 minutes of prime early AM fishing time sitting in a dock stall out of the rain. read more…

last two trips

Posted by Phil Lilley on July 24th, 2016


Fished Thursday and Friday night.  Thursday, we went out to do a little filming and try out a new camera and sound equipment.  the bite was not too bad once we figured out where and what to be doing.  most bites were in the 15 ft. range and the bass were found out on flat gravel banks.  three lures accounted for the catching, a 1/2 jig, a 1/2 SpinJig, and a senko fished on a 3/8 jig head.  the SpinJig caught more of them because the added vibration was better at triggering a bit, and more water could be covered.  thursday’s tally was 8 keeps with 3 being in the 3 lb. range. read more…