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Table Rock Guide Service Fishing Report


Bill Beck

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Table Rock Guide Service Fishing Report

November 17th, 2006

Lake Level: 908.7

Normal Pool: 915.0

Water Temp: 57 degrees

White River Area

Carolina rigs with green pumpkin fish doctor or centipedes in watermelon candy in 25-35 feet deep on main lake gravel points. Drop Shot rigs with Zoom finesse worms in green pumpkin color and watermelon candy on main lake gravel and bluff ends in 28-45 feet deep for Kentucky bass. Fish 5/8 and 3/4 oz. Jewell football head jigs in peanut butter and jelly or brown and purple on main lake points 25-35 feet deep is working the best for Kentucky and some Smallmouth bass. On windy days use a storm wiggle wart in green and brown crawfish patterns on chunk rock banks, main lake and some deeper creeks.

Mid Lake-Kimberling City Area

Carolina rigs with green pumpkin fish doctor or centipedes in watermelon candy in 25-35 feet deep on main lake gravel points. Drop Shot rigs with Zoom finesse worms in green pumpkin color and watermelon candy on main lake gravel and bluff ends in 28-45 feet deep for Kentucky bass. Fish 5/8 and 3/4 oz. Jewell football head jigs in peanut butter and jelly or brown and purple on main lake points 25-35 feet deep is working the best for Kentucky and some Smallmouth bass. On windy days use a storm wiggle wart in green and brown crawfish patterns on chunk rock banks, main lake and some deeper creeks.

Lower End-Dam Area

Carolina rigs with green pumpkin fish doctor or centipedes in watermelon candy in 25-35 feet deep on main lake gravel points. Drop Shot rigs with Zoom finesse worms in green pumpkin color and watermelon candy on main lake gravel and bluff ends in 28-45 feet deep for Kentucky bass. Fish 5/8 and 3/4 oz. Jewell football head jigs in peanut butter and jelly or brown and purple on main lake points 25-35 feet deep is working the best for Kentucky and some Smallmouth bass. On windy days use a storm wiggle wart in green and brown crawfish patterns on chunk rock banks, main lake and some deeper creeks.

Upper End-James River

Carolina rigged Zoom centipedes in watermelon red and watermelon candy on main river gravel points in 15-25 feet deep. Football head jigs in peanut butter and jelly in 15-25 feet deep is working best for bass. Also use deep running Shad colored crank baits. On windy days use a storm wiggle wart in green and brown crawfish patterns on chunk rock banks, main lake and some deeper creeks.

Crappie

Crappies fishing has slowed down but some are still being caught under deeper docks and deep pole timber, but are scattered.

Lake Taneycomo

Trout I'm catching some nice rainbows and a few browns on a small Rapala in the morning and also swimming a white 1/16 ounce jig. The trout in the trophy area will also take pink or green micro jigs under a float and a zebra midge has also been very good. Below the trophy are from Fall Creek down, the trout are biting very good on night crawlers or power baits. In the early morning you can catch them swimming a 1/16 ounce jig or little Cleo spoon, in line spinners are also good in the mornings.

Bill Beck

Table Rock Guide Service

19 Schooner Creek Rd.

Kimberling City, MO 65686

www.tablerockguideservice.com

417-739-3066

Table Rock Guide Service

19 Schooner Creek Rd.

Kimberling City, MO 65686

417-739-3066

www.tablerockguideservice.com

billbeck@tablerockguideservice.com

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