Tony's "As I see it Currently" Fishing Report
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The month of April is the start of some of the best bass fishing. When the water temperature starts to reach close to 45-50 degrees, the bass begin to move toward shallow water to spawn. April usually has some strong up and down weather cold fronts that tend to move the bass back toward deeper water. Whenever the water temperature drops 2 or more degrees due to these cold fronts. Some of the larger bass seem to always be caught during April and early May. May and Early June are usually the most productive months for quantity of bass caught. Note that bass can be caught anytime of the year on Table Rock Lake. Our lake never freezes. There is also good Crappie fishing in early spring and winter. There is great trout fishing on TaneyComo or Table Rock just below the dam.
Right now is a great time to start fishing table rock lake!
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Personally "due to my age and health" I now fish often with professional guides and friends. If you're not a regular fisherman, I mean one that fishes very often, it would behoove you to .
The guide supplies everything (all rods, tackle, professional bass boat and gas, everythign except food and beverage) The guide also knows how the bass are reacting and what baits they are currently hitting on. There is a guide list at our office and by .
Early in April, the bass were hitting on jerk stick baits, 5/16 brown jigs w/trailers, 3 & 4 inch tubes, carolina rigs, and grubs. Techniques change rapidly as the water warms up more and more that's where the guides daily fishing experience comes into play.