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Table Rock Lake Fishing Report

July 25th, 2015

Water Temp: 84.5 to 88 degrees                Degrees Water Clarity: Clear to stained
Branson: We are finding fish shallower now that the lake has stabilized. Several fish are being caught on drop shot rigs 24’ – 35’ deep on long gravel main lake points. Netbait worms, and Chompers drop shot worms are working the best.  Fish the bait right on the bottom to draw strikes from fish holding tight to the bottom. Further up Long Creek there is a great shallow bite on gravel points 7’ – 15’ deep on Pigsticker football  Jigs on flat main lake flats and points.

Kimberling City: The shallow bite is stronger in the Kimberling City than in Branson. Our guides are targeting fish on main lake and secondary gravel points with pig sticker and netbait Jigs, and green pumpkin tubes.   As the current decreases this week fish will begin to suspend more and more, look for them to move back to deep tree tops and channel swing points. Target these fish with Dixie Jet Spoons.

James River: Flood waters have left a lot of debris floating in the upper portion of the James, from Piney on up to above Cape Fair there are a number of floating logs and other debris. As of right now the debris is slowly moving down lake and is passable if you take your time. The dirty water of the James is holding fish shallow; flipping and pitching the shallow bushes and other cover as close to the bank as possible has been the best technique. Netbait and pig sticker Casting Jigs, Texas rigged brush hogs and big plum worms have been the best option.

White River: The White River is still the most productive areas of the lake; Our Branson fishing guides have been having the most success from Baxter to Shell Knob focusing on flat gravel main lake and secondary points. Tubes  have been the best offerings. Most of the fish are holding tight to the old bank line around 10’ deep and out to around 15’ deep. There are a few fish suspending in trees on channel swing points as well, these fish will become more plentiful as the current is slowed. Dixie Jet Spoons and drop shot rigs have all been effective on these fish.

 

 

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"LAKE TANEYCOMO FISHING REPORT"

 

 

LAKE TANEYCOMO FISHING REPORT
7/25/2015
The corps finally has all of the  generators are fixed.  All four units are online and the Corp is making good use of them.  Water has been generating regularly most if not all of the day.

Water temperature is 51.5 degrees and the clarity is clear.  If they slow it down or stop the water, then you might think about going to 2-pound line, especially if the trout get fussy on you.

Night crawlers is king!  The browns and Rainbows are gobbling them up, drifting them on the bottom Fall Creek  downstream to the bridges.  Stay in the middle of the lake!!!!  You will not get snagged as much if you do.

If you're throwing jigs, throw 1/8th ounce and work the INSIDE banks where the water is slower.  You can work the bluff or outside banks but it's tougher fishing.  Throw in the slack pockets and let the jig drop deep as you can.

We have been throwing dark colors while trying white and ginger and not having much luck.  Sculpin by itself or a mix of sculpin and ginger or peach is working.  Brown or orange head.
In the trophy area red san juan worms and size 12 scuds in tan and light grey are the ticket either fished on a drift rig, or fished under a float.



 

 


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