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8/19/21 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˚-86˚ Main Lake, 84˚-87˚ 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 20, 2021

Mostly cloudy and humid with a thunderstorm in parts of the area

Temp: Hi 86˚ Low 75˚

Wind: SSW 6-8 mph

This is a good day to use the cloudy conditions to your advantage and cover lots of water. Get out a topwater and fish steeper banks. These steeper banks can be from 45 degree banks to bluff banks. Put the whopper plopper right on the bank and bring it back steady there are bites to be had doing this, but cover lots of water. There are some fish on the main lake but the best bite seems to be roughly halfway back in bigger creek arms.

Check out the Jackson Hollow Map for likely locations

Saturday August 21, 2021

Partly sunny with a thunderstorm in parts of the area in the afternoon

Temp: Hi 89˚ Low 70˚

Wind: WSW 6-9 mph

A thermocline is beginning to form from the mid lake to the dam. This is really starting to position the fish. It can be a day to day type of deal but if you find the fish they should be pretty grouped up and very catchable. The thermocline is roughly from 27’-32’ of water. Use a shad shape worm or a plum finesse worm. It seems the plum and purple worm is getting more bites.

Check out the Combs Ferry Map for likely locations

Sunday August 22, 2021


Clouds and sunshine with a thunderstorm; humid

Temp: Hi 92˚ Low 70˚

Wind: WSW 5-7 mph

The little swimbait is producing good fish. On the worst of days the swimbait will get bites. Look for the gravel flats or channel swings with deep water close. This bite is good early on the active fish and as the day progresses get the bait deeper and scrub it along the bottom. The better fish are coming scrubbing the bait. Use a 5/16oz or 3/8oz with the Keitech 2.8 or 3.3 swimbait. These fish are keying in on smaller threadfin shad. Also have a Jewel scuba spoon on the deck ready to cast at fish chasing on the surface.

Check out the Point 16 Map for likely locations

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