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4/8/21 Weekend Fishing Forecast

Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast brought to you by Boat Wrx

Water Conditions

 

Clarity: clear, stain in the river arms

Water Temp: 55˚-60˚ Main Lake, 58˚-62˚ River Arms

Lake Level: 915.19’ ˅

Generation: light

 

Weather Conditions

Friday April 9, 2021

Partly sunny with a thunderstorm in spots in the afternoon

Temp: Hi 73˚ Low 50˚

Wind: SSE 6-12 mph

Throw the crankbait. Use the wind to your advantage. The point of contact of the wind on the bank matters, it’s that specific. If the wind is blowing directly on a bank that is the key area to get a bite. If the wind in running more parallel to the bank the fish will be positioned a bit deeper in 10-12’ of water. If wind is going directly on the bank the fish will be 5-8’ deep. In general the Rock Crawler is the bait of choice because it runs a bit deeper, but the shallower fish are eating the wiggle wart.

Check out the Beardsley Map for likely locations

Saturday April 10, 2021

Mostly cloudy and cooler with a couple of showers

Temp: Hi 59˚ Low 43˚

Wind: WNW 9-14 mph

With the front coming through and the overcast day the deeper fish will be less affected by the front. In channel swing areas or just inside main lake points throw a small swimbait or grub. The fish have been consistently in these areas in a bit deeper water. Keep the boat in 25-35’ of water and cast towards the bank most bites will be in 12-15’ of water. They will still be there just a scattered a little bit more. Using electronics cast to suspended fish or in shallower areas scrub the bottom. Fish are relating more to the bottom. Expect to catch quality smallmouth and spotted bass doing this, also meanmouth have been showing up the last two weeks.

Check out the Lower and Little Cow Map for likely locations

Sunday April 11, 2021

 

Pleasant and warmer with plenty of sunshine

Temp: Hi 76˚ Low 47˚

Wind: WSW 7-10 mph

Post front day with a light wind may have the fish not as aggressive as they have been. This will be a good day to throw something on the bottom. Shaky head, Ned rig, split-shot or jig. Key in on mixed rock banks with gravel pockets. Fish these areas steady and slow if your bait feels “odd” set the hook. Some of the shallower bites have been just dead weight. Keep the boat 15-20’ feet deep and cast to about 5’ deep. Most fish are in the 5-10’ of water.

Check out the Point 19 Map for likely locations

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