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9/30/21 Weekend Fishing Forecast

The BoatWrx Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast

Water Conditions

 

Clarity: The overall lake is clear with some stain in creek and river arms

Water Temp 76˚-80˚ Main Lake, 76˚-81˚ River Arms

Current Pool: 917.00, Current Lake Level: 915.27’ steady and slow fall

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

 

Be prepared for morning fog with the cooler temperatures.

 

Weather Conditions

Friday October, 2021

Mostly cloudy and humid with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm

Temp: Hi 80˚ Low 64˚

Wind: SE 6-8 mph

Use a football jig to cover long tapering gravel points. This is a hunt and peck deal. The fish could be shallow or deep right now. They could be from 5’-35’ deep which can make it a challenge but once they are found they are consistent. Use a Jewel Pee Wee football jig on fish 20’ or less use the Jewel 5/8oz football jig when fishing 20’ deep or more. Contact to the bottom is critical but sometimes the fish will react to a bait being hopped off the bottom a foot or more.

Check out the Rice Camp Map for likely locations

Saturday October 2, 2021

Cloudy and humid with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm

Temp: Hi 74˚ Low 62˚

Wind: S 6-9 mph

This is the right day for a spinnerbait and or a chatterbait the wind is needed. The more wind the better. This is another tactic that requires covering a lot of water during the day. With the lake being down a bit there is not a lot of wood cover in the water. Use the overcast day and wind banks to catch shallow aggressive fish. Also target the backs of creeks where laydowns are present. Do not overlook isolated cedar trees and pole timber as targets to hold a few fish.

Check out the Buzzard Map for likely locations

 

Sunday October 3, 2021

 

Times of sun and clouds with a thunderstorm

Temp: Hi 76˚ Low 52˚

Wind: WNW 7-9 mph

The most consistent bite around the lake is the small swimbait. It can be used to catch suspended fish, schooling fish and scrubbing along the bottom. Table Rock is definitely in a fall transition. Use a lead head from 1/4oz to 1/2oz depending on what the fish prefer. Start by looking for shallow fish in less than 10’ of water. Key on gravel areas and pockets about one-third to halfway back in creek arms. Along option with the small swimbait is to scrub it on the bottom instead of a football jig.

Check out the Mid Big & Little Indian Creek Map for likely locations

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