Fishing Forecast

The Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast is designed to help maximize the time you spend on the lake with catching more fish. The fishing forecast is constructed using a mix of historical data, tournament results, weather patterns and general lake conditions. One of the biggest elements is using actual information from recent time on the water. This gives a general snapshot of some of the best ways to catch fish at that current time.

Extreme Outdoors Fishing Forecast


Extreme Outdoors Table Rock Lake Fishing Forecast 
Water Conditions

Clarity: The lake overall is clear, there is some color in the river arms.
Water Temp 53˚-58˚ Main Lake, 54˚-59˚ River Arms
Current Pool: 915.00’’, Current Lake Level: 912.22’
Generation: Long periods of no generation.

Weather Conditions 
Friday March 15, 2024

Cooler and less humid with some sun, then turning cloudy.
Temp: Hi 56˚ Low 40˚
Wind: N 9-18 mph
Throw the single swimbait around wood cover. The active fish will be 5’-15’ deep. The fish seem to respond better to a more subtle swimbait a straight tail versus a boot tail. The first areas to look are windy main lake points. The fish in these areas seem to be the most aggressive and if you see you shad in the area all the better.

Saturday March 16, 2024

Mainly cloudy and warmer.
Temp: Hi 66˚ Low 43˚
Wind: NW 5-15 mph
The wiggle wart bite is happening, but it is also specific. It tends to be more of a grind, and it takes a lot of spot hopping. Key in on channel swing banks coming right out of the deeper water to the flat. The bites seem to come on the flat but not far from the deeper water. It might require grinding the bill off the bait, but these fish will bite when you put it in front of them. Crawfish colors with a little orange seem to be working best. Plan on moving from place to place all day long.

Sunday March 17, 2024

Mostly sunny and cooler
Temp: Hi 55˚ Low 31˚
Wind: NNW 8-16 mph 
Fish are starting to stage around spawning pockets. These fish can be caught many ways in 10’-20’ of water. Try a shakey head, Ned Rig or spilt-shot to get bites. These fish are no on the gravel but moving towards the gravel. Focus on the mixed rock points near gravel pockets. If the wind is really crashing in on a spot that looks right try a using a jerkbait and moving it quickly, with almost no pause.

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