Bream or Sunfish (Bluegill, Redear, Pumpkinseed, etc.)
Bluegill and other sunfish can be found throughout Table Rock Lake. Anglers target them around docks in the spring and out on the drop-offs in the summer and fall. There will always be some fish shallower around all the shoreline cover on this lake.
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Crappie are here in good numbers as well. Many anglers target them in the spring when they are easy to find around all the shoreline cover. In the summer and fall, they are harder to find, but if you know how to fish clear, deep water lakes, you may have a shot to find some of these schooling fish out in deeper water.
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White bass can also provide some excellent action when fishing Table Rock Lake. In the spring, they will run up the creek arms to spawn and anglers usually catch them in large numbers. From summer through fall, if you can find them schooled up in open water, you can also do very well on white bass.
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