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9/16/21 Boat WrX Fishing Forecast

The BoatWrx Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast

Water Conditions


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

Water Temp 80˚-83˚ Main Lake, 80˚-84˚ River Arms

Current Pool: 917.00, Current Lake Level: 915.40’ steady and slow fall

Generation: A couple of hours of per day of light generation


Weather Conditions

Friday September 17, 2021

Mostly sunny and humid

Temp: Hi 87˚ Low 66˚

Wind: E 6-9 mph

There are two phases of the football jig bite and it just depends on the day. One day they could be shallow and the next day they are deeper. Key on the gravel main lake points. Start shallow then work out to deeper water. 5’-10’ deep is good range to start shallow. Use the Jewel Pee Wee football jig. If you get bit stay shallow until the fish start going to deeper water. If no bites shallow go to the deeper water, around 25’-35’ deep. This is where a Jewel football jig in either 5/8 or ¾ oz will be required. The fish seem to like the bait right on the bottom.

Check Out the Rice Camp Map for likely locations

Saturday September 18, 2021

Sunny and partly cloudy to humid

Temp: Hi 86˚ Low 66˚

Wind: ENE 6-8 mph

The bite has been a little tougher this week compared to previous weeks. This brings the drop shot into play. Look for fish to be suspended in the deeper trees. In many cases the fish with not look aggressive on the graph then with the first drop they will turn on. This is a hit or miss deal. You may look at a few spots, trees or docks that have fish that will not bite but then you will find the right one and can catch fish steadily for two hours. The plum worm seems to be best but don’t rule out a shad type bait.

Check out the Old 86 Map for likely locations

Sunday September 19, 2021


Humid with times of clouds and sun

Temp: Hi 84˚ Low 64˚

Wind: ESE 7-9 mph

Lots of east wind over several days could make the topwater bite tricky. They won’t be as aggressive making hookups tougher. However this topwater bite is still going pretty strong. Key on steeper banks from 45 degree to bluff banks that also have some ledge rock or bigger rock under the water. If you see sunfish or bluegill very shallow that is all the better to get bites. With the lake slowly falling this is positioning these fish on ledges and bigger rock in just a little deeper water. Have a steady retrieve and cover lots of water there are fish to be caught doing this all day long.

Check out the Baxter Map for likely locations

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