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7/29/21 Weekend Fishing Forecast

Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast brought to you by Boat WrX

Water Conditions

 

Clarity: The overall lake is clear with some areas of slight stain

Water Temp 85˚-87˚ Main Lake, 86˚-89˚ River Arms

Current Pool: 917.00, Current Lake Level: 916.56’˅

Generation: Light generation with several hours of heavy generation per day

 

Weather Conditions

Friday July 30, 2021

Remaining very warm with times of clouds and sun

Temp: Hi 97˚ Low 73˚

Wind: WNW 5-7 mph

With it being warm and very little wind vertical fishing could be the most reliable bite. If water is being generated fish on the points using a Jewel scuba spoon. The fish really want that fast fall right now. Do not expect many keepers but there is a good spoon bite. If the water is not being generated drop the spoon down in trees. If you get one fish to commit it can get the school fired up. 25’-35’ deep is where the fish seem to be in water as deep as 50’.

Check out the Lower Cow and Little Cow Creek Map for likely locations

Saturday July 31, 2021

Partly sunny

Temp: Hi 97˚ Low 69˚

Wind: SW 6-10 mph

 

Check out river and major creek arms throughout the lake. Look for areas that go from deep to shallow very quickly or where the gravel point rolls off into the river channel. These key transition areas can be highly productive. Position the boat in 20’-30’ of water and cast to 15’-25’ of water with a pee wee football jig or a big worm. You may have to hunt around for a while but if you get one bite you should find several fish in that same spot.

Check Out the Buzzard Map for likely locations

Sunday August 1, 2021

 

Cloudy and cooler but humid with a thunderstorm

Temp: Hi 81˚ Low 65˚

Wind: NE 6-9 mph

With a break in the weather and possibly fresh water moving into the lake, use this to your advantage. Start with a topwater bait early, Berkley Choppo or a walk-the-dog bait to see if that triggers a bigger bite shallow. Key on flat banks or 45 degree banks with bigger rocks or laydowns. If that bite fades grab a swimbait or glide bait the bigger the better. Throw something from 5”-8” in size. You can use it suspended or scrub it on the bottom.

Check out the Cricket Creek Map for likely locations

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