Table Rock Lake Fishing
Capt. Jamie Kowalsky
September 10, 2011
Table Rock - Freshwater Fishing Report
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Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 9/10/11
Posted on September 10, 2011 by admin
This is a great time to be out fishing on Table Rock Lake. The weather is beautiful. The boat traffic is way down and more fish are starting to move shallow. Today I took out a couple gentleman from Illinois. It turns out that Bob used to belong to the same strip mine club that I did. What a small world. The water tempurature continues to drop as I was reading the low 80s today. We started out fishing a mainlake point with 5/8th oz. Green pumpkin Jewel jigs with a Zoom critter craw as a trailer. It didn't take long before they started catching fish. Bob connected first with a good keeper Samllmouth. It wasn't long after that Rich caught a good 3 lb. Smallmouth. A few minutes later they each hooked up with nice Kentucky Spotted Bass. The fishing stayed good for the next couple hours with most of the fish coming on the jig. They ended up catching all 3 species of Bass we have here on Table Rock Lake. I don't fish much when I guide but I was showing them how I wanted them to fish a spinnerbait and on the second cast had a 3 lb Largemouth nail the bait. As the water cools down more the fishing will get even better. For now it's just nice to get out in the cooler temperatures and not be rocked back and forth with all the boat wakes and catch some good Bass.
Till next time Good Fishin'
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