Annual Table Rock Lake Cleanup

Help keep Table Rock Lake Clean

The annual WK Lewis Shoreline Cleanup on Table Rock Lake is the first Saturday in April, that’s April 5th,  2014. Through the work of volunteers this project has, to date, removed over 179 tons of trash and 2,800 tires from Table Rock Lake!

This is a great annual project for all our fellow boaters to get involved in. Help do your part to improve our Lake Experience.  Trash bags, gloves, water bottles (please recycle), snacks and dumpsters to throw the trash into will be furnished.  Place appliances or tires along side the dumpster to be picked up separately and recycled. Help by gathering your friends, neighbors and family to form a team for the cleanup. You can clean up your location or we will help you coordinate a new area to clean up.

Upon completion of the cleanup all participants can receive a free t-shirt and a coupon for a free night of camping at any Table Rock Lake Corps of Engineers campgrounds once they register their cleanup team.

The weather forecast for Saturday April 5th, 2014 is Sunny and a high near 60. Who could ask for more? So call today and let’s put a team together and do our part.

Spring Cruise with Family on a pontoon boat

Spring Boating on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri

It’s finally spring and time to go boating and enjoy Table Rock Lake, near Branson, Missouri. Members of the Branson Boat Club have unlimited use of a fleet of boats for your family boating pleasure. Choose from ski and deck boats or family and dog friendly pontoons for a variety of water sports.

a Branson Boat Club family with their dog
Branson Boat Club family with their dog out for a Spring Cruise.

Fishing Report 3-8-14

Now that we have Sprung forward with daylight savings time we have more time to get out and fish in the evenings.

It’s been a long winter here in the Ozarks. Spring is finally starting to show up. The water temperature on Table Rock Lake in the Dam area is 43 to 45 degrees which is about 5 to 6 degrees cooler than where we should be. The fish are just starting to move into the staging areas and more fish will show up as the water temperature continues to rise. There are still a lot of shad dying in the lake and the Bass have some easy picking right now. We have been picking up some good Largemouth on a Jerkbait and the Alabama rig. I’ve been finding them around the deep treetops and around some shallower cedar trees. Secondary points are also holding some fish. If we continue this warming pattern the next couple weeks on Table Rock Lake, the fishing will get real good. If your here on Spring Break and want to get out and enjoy some fishing just give me a call at (417)230-6950 to book a trip.

Till Next Time Good Fishin’

Credits: Table Rock Lake Fishing Report 3/8/2014