Fishing is the Lure
Fishing pole-wielding visitors include recreational and competitive anglers alike. Table Rock Lake, with its mild winters, never freezes on the main lake allowing fishing throughout the year.
The lake offers a wide variety of fish species sure to catch the attention of anglers of all skill levels. Black bass are by far the most popular gamefish on Table Rock Lake. Anglers come from around the country, and beyond, to chase the feisty smallmouth, spotted and largemouth bass. Table Rock Lake is annually listed by national sources as one of the “Top 100 Bass Lakes” in the United States.
Tip: To make the most of your Table Rock Lake fishing visit, give one of our local fishing guides a call.
While most of Table Rock Lake lies within the state of Missouri, the upper reaches of the Long Creek, Kings River and White River arms stretch into Northern Arkansas. Make sure you are properly licensed for the water you are fishing. All anglers, except Missouri residents 65 years of age or older, or any person (resident or nonresident) 15 years of age or younger, must possess a valid fishing license. You can obtain a Missouri or Arkansas fishing license online. Click here for Missouri permits or click here for Arkansas permits.
Table Rock has been one of the best tournaments and recreational fishing lakes in the country for decades. Dozens of unique lakefront resorts, and the outstanding natural beauty of the Ozarks, make this the perfect spot for your next fishing adventure.