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It is to showcase how well these guys can dissect a body of water under varying conditions and still catch fish.  I think they all proved how good Tablerock is and how many fish you can catch if you know what you're doing.  I've not seen those kinds of reports here, even from the guys that fish it every day.  Quantities of fish caught were through the roof and really, wouldn't it be a blast to catch that many in one day.  You'd feel like you died and went to heaven.

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2 hours ago, sjcorpst said:

It is to showcase how well these guys can dissect a body of water under varying conditions and still catch fish.  I think they all proved how good Tablerock is and how many fish you can catch if you know what you're doing.  I've not seen those kinds of reports here, even from the guys that fish it every day.  Quantities of fish caught were through the roof and really, wouldn't it be a blast to catch that many in one day.  You'd feel like you died and went to heaven.

table rock does have a decent bass population in some areas of the lake, but not all areas.

bo

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11 hours ago, sjcorpst said:

It is to showcase how well these guys can dissect a body of water under varying conditions and still catch fish.  I think they all proved how good Tablerock is and how many fish you can catch if you know what you're doing.  I've not seen those kinds of reports here, even from the guys that fish it every day.  Quantities of fish caught were through the roof and really, wouldn't it be a blast to catch that many in one day.  You'd feel like you died and went to heaven.

also, not every pro caught the fire out of them.  so, that kind of goes to show that there are not bass lining the banks of the entire lake.

bo

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7 minutes ago, merc1997 said:

also, not every pro caught the fire out of them.  so, that kind of goes to show that there are not bass lining the banks of the entire lake.

bo

But overall the numbers of fish caught were WAY above the other bodies of water that they fish. It doesn't matter how good the fishing is, somebody always sucks, even the pros.

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1 hour ago, Seth said:

But overall the numbers of fish caught were WAY above the other bodies of water that they fish. It doesn't matter how good the fishing is, somebody always sucks, even the pros.

go fish eagle rock, big m areas and see how you do.  when table rock did have a really good population of bass, even the non-skilled fisherman could go bank beating and catch some bass.  that is just not the case any longer.  lets not just talk about bass either.  table rock needs a lot of help in the crappie department also.  the kings has some, upper james, and upper long creek.  the rest of the lake is lacking.  

i have fished this lake since 1963 and might have better knowledge of what the lake used to have population wise as compared to what it now has.  it definitely does have more bass than any time since the lmg virus kill, but still not what was here previous.

bo

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I can't think of any lakes that don't have certain areas that fish better than others. That's just fishing for you.

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27 minutes ago, merc1997 said:

go fish eagle rock, big m areas and see how you do.  when table rock did have a really good population of bass, even the non-skilled fisherman could go bank beating and catch some bass.  that is just not the case any longer.  lets not just talk about bass either.  table rock needs a lot of help in the crappie department also.  the kings has some, upper james, and upper long creek.  the rest of the lake is lacking.  

i have fished this lake since 1963 and might have better knowledge of what the lake used to have population wise as compared to what it now has.  it definitely does have more bass than any time since the lmg virus kill, but still not what was here previous.

bo

Bo:

I drive past Beaver to fish at Big M on the reg because the fishing is just better there than almost anywhere at Beaver.  That being said, I rarely get to the lower end of the lake and hearing you Table Rock old timers talk about how it was back in the day makes me wish I could have experienced it.  

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They just put up a pie chart. Around 6,000 fish caught with half being largemouth for a little over 12,600 lbs. I would think that is up to the minute and they still have another couple hours to go. That's over 6 tons folks, pretty awesome fishing. You would think they would stumble across some bigger ones though. 

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9 hours ago, Seth said:

I can't think of any lakes that don't have certain areas that fish better than others. That's just fishing for you.

that is right.  but, areas that never fish good could be needing help in fish population, right????

bo

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On ‎5‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 11:25 AM, merc1997 said:

When table rock did have a really good population of bass, even the non-skilled fisherman could go bank beating and catch some bass.

NOW I know why I can't catch em anymore. 😂😝

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