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4/15/21 Weekend Fishing Forecast

Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast brought to you by Boat Wrx

Water Conditions

 

Clarity: clear, light stain in the river arms

Water Temp: 58˚-62˚ Main Lake, 60˚-65˚ River Arms

Lake Level: 915.01’ ˅

Generation: light and steady

 

Weather Conditions

Friday April 16, 2021

Cooler with rain at times

Temp: Hi 50˚ Low 44˚

Wind: ESE 7-10 mph

The fish are spawning and some have finished spawning. Look for gravel areas and fish baits on the bottom. Use shaky heads, Ned rigs and split-shot rigs on the inside of gravel points and pockets. The fish will be in 5’-15’ of water.

Check out the Lower Schooner and Fisher Creek Map for likely locations

Saturday April 17, 2021

Rather cloudy and cool

Temp: Hi 56˚ Low 41˚

Wind: NNW 7-10 mph

The post spawn fish are aggressive and some have been seen schooling near the surface. Use a small swimbait or grub and target areas where fish should begin moving out from spawning. Position the boat a bit deeper 20’-30’ of water and cast towards the bank most bites will be in 5’-15’ of water. If you see fish on the surface stay with them as long as they are active on the surface. These fish are active and aggressive.

Check out the Rice Camp Map for likely locations

Sunday April 18, 2021

 

Mostly cloudy and remaining cool

Temp: Hi 60˚ Low 35˚

Wind: NW 6-9 mph

This is a post front day with a light wind may have the fish not as aggressive as they have been. Plus with multiple days of cooler evening temperatures it could push the fish a little deeper. This will be a good day to throw something on the bottom. Shaky head, Ned rig, split-shot or jig. The fish could be a little less aggressive but still focus on spawning areas in water 5’-15’ deep. The bite has been weird. So if the bait feels different set the hook it will be a fish.

Check out the Hideaway Map for likely locations

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