Table Rock Lake is about 2 1/2 feet low. The water temperature is in the low 80s. With summer holding on, the fish are still hanging deeper. We are still doing best with nightcrawlers in the 25 to 30 depth range. We are seeing more and more flathead and channel catfish showing up mixed in with the bass and big bluegill. We are also catching an occasional walleye . The smallmouth bass have shown back up and you can catch them on jig dragged slowly on the bottom in 20 to 30 feet of water. We have also been catching them on a nightcrawler. If you get a good cloudy day with some wind you can run the banks and catch some on a spinnerbait or a whopper plopper. With the weather about to turn cooler we should see some fish starting to move shallow.
Till next time Good Fishin’