Table Rock Lake
Current Temperature:
28° F
Est Water Temperature:
63° F (What's This)
Barometric Pressure:
30.53 inHg (High)
Wind Speed:
South-East at 08 Knots (9 MPH)
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Welcome to Table Rock Lake fishing report page. Here you will find all the information you need to make the best decisions for today's fishing. Current weather including air temperature, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction are continuously updated throughout the day. Table Rock Lake water temperature is one of the vital statistics included on this page. We also include the moon phase as full and new moons are generally better fishing times. Help in choosing what time to hit the water with daily sunrise and sunset times plus moon rise and moon set times. We would love to hear how your fishing trip went, feel free to share your days success on the community report page. Good luck and we hope you catch a full bag today!
Maximum Depth (ft) :
Normal Elevation (ft):
Inpoundment Type:
Water Clarity:
6-10 ft
Boat Access:
Paved Ramps
Surface Area (acres):
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Boat Limits:
No Restrictions
Lake Management:
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Species: General
Fishing Rating: 0
Water Temperature: 48
Lake is flooded fishing hasnt been good!
CatchTracker User
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 1
Water Temperature: 58
Lake is flooded and fishing is not great .
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 2
Water Temperature: 44
Water temp was cool on the main body with little to no action on jerking, spinners, or wiggle warts. Temp was much better up to 50 degrees south on the Arkansas border. Fished coves there and boated two small black bass on a chartreuse spinner. Did some crappie jigging as well but didn\'t catch any.
john sappington
Species: Largemouth Bass
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature: 46
Table Rock Lake Bass Fishing Report 2/22 Lake Lake Level 907.48 Fishing on Table Rock Lake in Branson Missouri is starting to pick up as the days start to lengthen and the bass start moving to the areas were they will eventually move to to spawn. There are a lot of fish still suspended moving with the bait schools and can be caught on grubs, spoons, drop shots and The A-Rig. Watch for areas of the lake that have gulls and Loons feeding to start your search for these suspended somewhat nomadic fish. Once you find the bait, idle through it looking for the areas or schools of bait that are in tight balls, the schools of bait that are packed tight are the ones that are being chased and fed on. One note is to make sure there are fish present or you are marking fish close to the levels of the tight schools of bait to ensure you are not just fishing the bait that is just being chased by the Loons. Main Lake channel swings adjacent to the flats or main creek or large pockets is holding bass and will for the next 3 months as bass stage and move in and back out thought the spawning process on Table Rock Lake. Look for the sharper breaks especially those with large rocks brush or standing timber. the best baits for fishing these areas are the A-Rig, grubs and jerk baits in shad colors. Note I try and fish the swings that have wind blowing on or across or when they are pulling current at the Table Rock Dam. The other areas we are catching fish are the smaller secondary points inside the creeks and larger main lake pockets that are adjacent to the channels or that have deep water access close by. The best baits have still been the grub, jerk baits and the A-Rig but on these secondary points we have been catching some fish on a jig and craw and a wiggle wart which should be really picking up. Note I also try and fish these areas that are close to were there is bait or birds present. The back of the creeks and the rivers have mucked up some with the rains we had last week and we will start fishing these areas after we get a few more days of sun shine which will rapidly warm these areas with stained water and make the shallow fish more active. Spinner baits the wiggle wart and jigs will be your best baits as the water warms in these areas. This time of the year don\'t be afraid to try different depths, we have caught fish casting to the banks and also casting out and allowing our baits to settle to 60 foot before we start our retrieves! Note while you aren\'t going to catch the numbers of fish that you will in April and May this next month is the your best time to come to Table Rock Lake to catch a trophy bass, while the A-Rig has not turned on yet as it did last year at this time I feel it is about to happen. Note we caught a 10# Largemouth and a 6.5# small mouth bass last year in March on Table Rock!
Species: Largemouth Bass
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature: 75
5/26 Table Rock Lake Level 913.48 Bass fishing on Table Rock lake is still really good, and everything is still working. Lots of the fish are still really shallow for this time of the year and can be caught from the main lake to the back of the creeks. Best baits are a tube, worms, jigs, crank baits and top waters. On cloudy windy days fish shallow and fast and on calm clear days fish slow and deeper (out to 15\') We are catching some nice fish on top waters too. spooks and fins or wake baits. There are a few fish schooling in the bigger creeks and pockets, grubs, top waters and the Table Rock Lake A rig with 3\" chompers grubs will catch them. Lots of deep fish too, 25 to 30 foot in the areas with the clearing water. Football jigs, tubes and drop shot also Jigging spoons.
Species: Catfish
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature:
Set out my trotlines and limblines in cape fair caught a few channel cats around 4pounds using cut bait and perch in Coves
Species: White Bass
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature: 52
The bass are staging at the James river arm in cape fair. Hiding in Coves. They are biting on powerbait plastic minnows with 1/8 Oz head.
Species: White Bass
Fishing Rating: 1
Water Temperature:
biteing on white rooster tails
Species: Largemouth Bass
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature: 46
"Current water temps is still hovering around 46 - 47, but with a few warmer days in the forecast that should hit the magical 52 mark by early next week. Smallmouth and largemouth are being caught on main lake points with slow jerk baits in shallower water and there is a big fish bit with swimming grubs over submerged trees in deeper water. The white bass and crappie should really start to turn on over the next two weeks up in the river arms and major creeks. For more Table Rock Lake Fishing Reports you can check out"
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature: 88
"The bass are now in the coves. they are beginning to mate, but are not willing to eat during the day. any day from now on try to fish the inner coves, toss in a imitation of a crawdad for best results. toss it right into the nest and give it little action and they should hit right away to get it out of their nest. fish and fish now."
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Table Rock Lake Largemouth Bass Rating:
Table Rock Lake Largemouth Bass Tips: [ Add Tip ]
- shaky head craw and jigs
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Table Rock Lake Smallmouth Bass Rating:
Table Rock Lake Smallmouth Bass Tips: [ Add Tip ]
- storm swimbaits 3 inch
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Table Rock Lake Crappie Rating:
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- catching them on minnows in long creek with slip corks about 2 feet under the water
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Crappie Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Spawning should be in full swing now, but some will still be in a prespawn mode. If you are not catching quality fish on likely spawning cover, back off and target prespawn crappies instead. Spawning takes place on woody cover such as: brush piles, stake beds, etc... in the upper ends of brushy coves and creek arms, in 2 to 8 feet deep, and some as shallow as 6 inches deep depending on the lakes water clarity. Prespawn fish will be in three to six feet of water, but will chase minnows shallower. Tight-lining minnows on long rods is the standard method now, but target-casting grubs and tubes to submerged wood works, too.
Table Rock Lake Walleye Rating:
Table Rock Lake Walleye Tips: [ Add Tip ]
- I have been destroying walleye under docks with a 1 oz. spoon about 1-2 feet from the bottom of the lake.
Walleye Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
This is the water temperature of choice for walleye. They are feeding well and moving in patterns that should be fairly easy to pick up and capitalize on today. Baitfish are not at the peak of activity but they will be in good supply in the deeper water. The lake is really turning on this time of year and the fish should be biting well.
Table Rock Lake Catfish Rating:
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Table Rock Lake Spotted Bass Rating:
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- they arnt bitting right now

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Table Rock Lake White Bass Rating:
Table Rock Lake White Bass Tips: [ Add Tip ]
- biting small rattle traps at back of cricket on flats
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Table Rock Lake Striped Bass Rating:
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- There is no Striped Bass in this lake.
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Table Rock Lake Trout Rating:
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- use orange or pink rooster tails and black and yellow maribou jig-heads
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Current Lunar Fishing Tip:

The crescent moon will have better gravitational pull than a gibbous or half moon. However the affects of the moons gravitational will be decreased since the sun and moon aren't pulling in conjunction with one another. It's time to pay close attention to the other fishing factors in the weather to make the best decision for hitting the water.





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