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Table Rock Lake Fishing Report

May 21,  2015

Water Temp: 68.5 - 70.5  Degrees              Water Clarity: Clear

Table Rock Lake, located here in Branson, Missouri is fishing great.  The fish are in a few different phases.  There are fish still in the spawn phase, as well as some fish going into the post spawn phase.  We are catching bass a few different ways.  In the clear water we are catching lots of bass 4 - 8 feet deep in and around gravel pockets on a ned rig with net bait green pumpkin senko style worms.  Fishing slow is key.  There are also some fish to be caught on red fins and other top water baits in these areas due to bass chasing shad.  There is a huge shad spawn going on right now.  Also in the last few days we have started catching quite a few nice smallmouth and spotted bass on main lake gravel out to 18 feet deep on green pumpkin tubes rigged on a 1/4 oz head.  Another strong bite is up in the James River arm of the lake.  There is an excellent topwater bite on bluff end and timbered points at the mouth of spawning pockets.  Keitch 3.8 and 4.8 swim baits are also working in these areas.  Ned rigs are working also on gravel flats and pockets in the James River as well.

 

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"LAKE TANEYCOMO FISHING REPORT"

 

 

LAKE TANEYCOMO FISHING REPORT
5/21/2015

Well despite two generators running non stop every day the rainbow and brown trout fishing is good.  Above fall creek, drifting peach eggs trailed with #16 uv grey scuds is taking lots of fish.  Also the trout are biting red san juan worms drifted as well.  Large ruby midges with a small black copper zebra midge is working along the banks and eddies.
Below fall creek drifting inflated night crawlers as well as orange and white power bait eggs is taking lots of rainbow trout, and are good eating size fish.  There is still a decent bite with floats further downstream throwing pink trout magnets. An 8 to 10 foot leader is a must. 


 

 


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