Table Rock Lake Fishing
Capt. Jamie Kowalsky
May 9, 2012
Table Rock - Freshwater Fishing Report
Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 5/9/12
Posted on May 9, 2012 by admin
Table Rock Lake level is 914.67, just a few inches below power pool. The water tempurature is 72 degrees around the Indian Point area. The fishing remains very good. Largemouth, Smallmouth and Kentucky Spotted Bass are all being caught. If you get out early you can find a topwater bite but it doesn't last long. As soon as the sun gets on the water the topwater bite slows down. Fish are being caught on just about anything you throw. Crankbaits, spinnerbaits, jigs, carolina rigs, splitshot rigs, shakeyheads and texas rigged worms are all catching fish right now. You can find the fish from ultra shallow water down to 35 feet. You just need to keep experimenting with the depth untill you find where they are holding in that area. The fish are holding on the points, the flats, and in the coves. Now is a good time to get out on Table Rock and enjoy some good fishing. Give me a call to set up a fun filled day on the lake.
Till next time Good Fishin'
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