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Table Rock Lake Fishing

Capt. Jamie Kowalsky
October 15, 2011
Table Rock - Freshwater Fishing Report

Table Rock Lake Fishing Report Oct 15

Posted on October 15, 2011 by admin

Table Rock Lake is showing its tough side right now. With the water temps at 70 degrees and steady the fish are just scattered all over the depths of Table Rock. The shad are also at all depths. You can see them from the surface down to 45 feet. As far as I can see there is no set pattern to these fish. I'm finding a lot of bass down deep but getting them to bite is a different story. You know its tough when you see a fish come up to a nightcrawler,give it a little nip and then swim back down to deeper water. Right now you just have to grind it to put a good limit in the boat. The shallow fish are hitting crankbaits.spinnerbaits,jigs,and shakey heads right now. Yesterday I went out for a few hours in the afternoon and had 4 good keepers fishing a spinnerbait. There wasn't much wind more like a ripple but was still able to catch a few. It wont be long and things will break loose and we will have some good fishing on the Rock. Best advice I can give right now is to hit it early and keep grinding and you can put some fish in the boat.
Till next time Good Fishin'
Jamie

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