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7/22/21 Weekend Fishing Forecast

Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast Brought to you by Boat WrX

Water Conditions


Clarity: clear in main lake, areas of light stain in creek and river arms, but clear in backs of creeks

Water Temp 80˚-84˚ Main Lake, 80˚-84˚ River Arms

Current Pool: 917.00, Current Lake Level: 916.75’˅

Generation: Steady with several hours of heavy generation per day


Weather Conditions

Friday July 23, 2021

Partial sunshine

Temp: Hi 89˚ Low 70˚

Wind: SSW 5-8 mph

This is the first time this summer the water has been below the summer time pool level. Water generation makes a very big difference in how well the fish bite. The mornings can be very tough if they pull water at night then shut off. Go very shallow and use a Berkley Choppo. Cast this into small cuts around large rocks. The fish are extremely shallow. They can be positioned anywhere bluff to bluff ends, on 45 degree mixed rock banks or shallow flatter banks. This can be done in the river arms or on the main lake. Use the shade line to your advantage.

Check out the Piney Creek Map for likely locations

Saturday July 24, 2021

Mostly sunny and humid

Temp: Hi 90˚ Low 72˚

Wind: SW 6-7 mph

Light wind and lots of sun could make this day tough. Look for the gravel points and use two baits a small swimbait or a Jewel Pee Wee football jig. The fish could be as shallow as 10’ early in the day but the best bite will probably be from 15’-25’ of water. It’s a weird bite or not much of a bite the bait just gets heavy. If it feels weird set the hook and be ready to reel up line fast the fish will swim right at you after the hookset.

Check Out the Point 19 Map for likely locations

Sunday July 25, 2021


Humid with partial sunshine with an afternoon thunderstorm

Temp: Hi 91˚ Low 70˚

Wind: WSW 6-8 mph

Light wind with sunshine again it could be tough. Look for suspended fish and target them with a drop- shot rig. Use a small plum worm or a shad shape worm in a smoke or shad color. Keep a Jewel scuba spoon on the deck. If the fish get active or come up the surface they will aggressively attack the spoon. Usually smaller fish but they are aggressive. The fish can be a shallow as 12’ deep. However most of the deeper fish are about 25’ deep in water 35’-50’ deep.

Check out the Rice Camp Map for likely locations

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