Friday, September 24th
Clear Sky - Wind: 0 Mph
52.1 °F

8/12/21 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 or summertime green stain

Water Temp 84˚-88˚ Main Lake, 85˚-89˚ River Arms

Current Pool: 917.00, Current Lake Level: 916.66’ steady

Generation: A few hours of moderate generation per day otherwise minimal generation


Weather Conditions

Friday August 13, 2021

Times of sun and clouds

Temp: Hi 93˚ Low 71˚

Wind: NW 5-9 mph

It’s full on dog days of summer and the bite has gotten tougher. Head up any of the river arms and look for roll offs and brush piles in 15’-25’ of water and put the big worm to work. Fish those areas very thoroughly. It can be hit or miss but you can certainly find better fish by running this pattern. Don’t be afraid to throw a 10” or bigger worm.

Check out the Smith Branch Map for likely locations

Saturday August 14, 2021

A morning thunderstorm in parts of the area; otherwise, not as hot but humid with clouds and breaks of sun

Temp: Hi 84˚ Low 65˚

Wind: ESE 6-8 mph

Head to steeper banks or bluff, especially those with standing timber and throw a big swimbait. There will not be many bites doing this and you may get a few followers that will not commit but there are fish to be caught running this pattern. Be patient and stick with it. Use electronics to pinpoint suspended fish and target those fish. Plan on covering lots of water to get the bites.

Check Out the Carter Branch Map for likely locations

Sunday August 15, 2021


Mostly cloudy and comfortable

Temp: Hi 82˚ Low 65˚

Wind: ESE 6-8 mph

It may be a little early yet but with the current lake level it’s getting close to time for the big topwater prop baits. These include the whopper plopper and the choppo. Fish along steeper banks anything from a 45 degree bank to a bluff bank. Cast the bait right up next to the bank and retrieve it at a steady pace. Look for the laydowns, big rocks, underwater ledges anything that can hold a fish. Cover lots of water and use shade and cloud cover to your advantage.

Check out the Cricket Creek Map for likely locations

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