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TABLE ROCK LAKE FISHING REPORT

09/20/2017

Well fall is nearing and the fishing catching here on Table Rock Lake is getting spooky good.

The water temps around the lake are 76 to 78 degrees. Water color is clear - about 8' around most of the lake. We are catching bass on 3/8 oz war eagle spinnerbaits, and 3/8 oz war eagle buss frogs on bluff ends and in the backs of ledgey pockets and creeks. A few fish eating a 1/2 oz netbait football jig with chompers twin tail trailer in the same areas. There is a good deep bite up in the kimberling city and two rivers arms as well. These suspended fish are eating a war eagle 1/2 ox white spoon and a drop shotted netbait and chompers finesse worm - brown/purple. Fishing should just get better and better as fall arrives and we get cooler temperatures.

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"LAKE TANEYCOMO FISHING REPORT"

LAKE TANEYCOMO FISHING REPORT
06/21/2017
Well the fishing here on Branson Missouri's Lake Taneycomo is very good.  Fall is nearing and the trout know it.  In the upper end of the lake our best flies have been small (#20-22) gray scuds, cracklebacks (#16), P&P or rusty Zebra Midge (#18), foam beetles and ants and black or olive wooly buggers (#16).  Also brown or olive sculpins have been catching fish too.  Even some bass have been hooked below the dam fishing streamers.  I've done pretty good fly fishing, using a red Zebra Midge (#16) under an indicator 3-4 feet deep, fishing from the Narrows down to Fall Creek when the water is off, 6x tippet.  Below Fall Creek, the pink Berkley's power worm is STILL king!  It's amazing how well this bait has worked for so long.  Almost all our guides fish it because it works!!  200 yards above lilleys our clients catch rainbow after rainbow.  One needs to stay in the shade of the bluff when the sun comes out.  The trout are even biting good during the day in bright sunlight!
Also our clients caught over a hundred rainbows on spoons (Cleo 1/8th ounce) in the Branson Landing area a couple of days ago.  It was a fish on every cast.
Night crawlers and PowerBaits still are catching trout too.  Again, we haven't seen much of any slow-downs this season.  I believe it's because of the warmer water.  Our fish are more active and need to feed most of the time to keep their strength.  This also helps the food base, minnows, sculpins and bugs.
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KIMBERLING CITY, MO 65686

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