What a crazy spring so far. The water temp continues to go up and down , so as you can imagine the fishing will do the same. There are good days and bad days yet. It wont be long and the fish will move up and stay up. This past week the wiggle wart crank bait seems to be the best thing going. I've caught a lot of good fish on it fishing half way back in the coves on steeper chunkrock banks and on mainlake pea gravel points. This past weekend there was a big bass tournament here on Table Rock Lake. The winner had an 8.7 pounder. There were 5 fish in the 7 pound class and numerous in the 5-6 pound class. Most all were caught on the wiggle wart. The weather was brutal that weekend with cold temperatures and thunderstorms with hail on Saturday morning. Conditions were perfect for throwing the wiggle wart. Cloudy and windy. With the water temps in the 50s the fishing will get a lot more consistant and within the next couple weeks this lake is just going to be fantastic. If your planning a trip to Table Rock now is the time to come down and enjoy some good springtime fishing. Give me a call and Lets Go Catch Some Fish. Jamie

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A couple 3 1/4 pound smallies
A couple 3 1/4 pound smallies

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About The Author: Jamie Kowalsky

Company: Indian Point Guide Service

Area Reporting: Table Rock Lake

Bio: Table Rock Lake is one of the premiere fishing lakes in the country. It is world renowned for producing dramatic stringers of its three species of black bass; Largemouth, Smallmouth and Kentucky Spotted Bass. It also has a good population of White Bass, Crappie, Catfish, Bluegill and a growing number of Walleye as well. It is truly a fisherman's paradise.

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