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Table Rock Lake Fishing

Capt. Jamie Kowalsky
September 3, 2011
Table Rock - Freshwater Fishing Report

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Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 9/3/11

Posted on September 3, 2011 by admin

With summer winding down the water temps are in the mid 80s. It looks like we are going to have some below normal temperatures next week. Hopefully this will start to bring water temps down and some more fish up. So far this has been one crazy year on the Rock. With the spring floods these fish just never got on their normal summer patterns. Hopefully fall will be a different story. Fishing remains different everyday. One day will be good and the next day will be a struggle to get bit. First thing in the morning there is a good top water bite with smaller top water baits working the best. The shad are small therefore the smaller bait is working better. You can also catch them on jigs,tubes and hula grubs in the morning. Once the sun gets up high the fishing seems to slow way down. Typical summertime fishing. These fish do a lot of feeding at night. If you have a cloudy day and some wind the bite stays going longer. Main lake points and flats are the most productive areas right now. The depth the fish are hanging in is from 15-25 feet. With the changing season we should have some good fishing coming our way.
Till next time Good Fishin'


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Specializing in Largemouth,Smallmouth,and Kentucky Spotted Bass.Also fish for white bass and crappie.

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