Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 6/18/11

Posted on June 18, 2011 by admin

The water levels are still falling slowly. We are still 11 feet above normal pool. The water temps have also stabilized with the mornings seeing 82 degrees and the afternoon temps going up to around 85 degrees. The fishing remains very good on Table Rock. We are catching a lot of Smallmouth Bass and Kentucky spotted Bass. The top water bite has slowed some although you can still catch a few on top throwing a jointed Redfin or a Zara Spook worked around the points. The jig bite has really come on strong with the majority of the fish being caught on mainlake points. This past week I have also had a couple trips where we just flat tore up the Kentuckies on nightcrawlers. Each day is different as far as the depth of those nightcrawler fish but with a little graphing you can figure out the depth the majority of the fish are in. There seems to be more recreational boat traffic now so getting out fishing early is the way to go.

Until next time good fishin'



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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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