The lake level is 909.25 and slowly rising.The water temps in the dam area are 45-48 degrees.The fishing is different each day as one day you can catch quite a few and the next you struggle for a few bites.A lot has to do with the weather conditions and the time of day.As always on Table Rock,if you have sunny skies and no wind the fishing gets tough.When this happens I have been going to the back ends of pockets and coves and throwing a salt and pepper grub on a quarter ounce head.I'm keeping the boat in 15-20 feet of water and slowly swimming it back keeping it close to the bottom.I'm catching some smallmouth using this technique.When the wind is blowing I'm fishing the jerkbait or a wiggle wart crankbait on the points and channel swings.I'm catching largemouth doing this.The spotted bass are still deep but should be showing up shallow soon.There are some big fish moving right now.There were two 8 pounders and two 7 pounders caught this weekend.I also seen a picture of a 7 1/4 pound spotted bass caught.That was just a half a pound from the state record. Till next time Good Fishin' < Jamie

Table Rock Lake Fishing Guide

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About The Author: Captain Jamie Kowalsky

Company: Indian Point Guide Service

Area Reporting: Table Rock Lake

Bio: My name is Jamie Kowalsky and I live on Table Rock Lake.I'm 50 years old and fishing is my life and passion.I have been guiding on ozark water ways since 1987.I'm out fishing almost everyday and will do my best to see your trip is enjoyable and successful.

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