Fishing in Branson - It's an Angler's Paradise!
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Branson, Missouri is home to three world renowned fishing hotspots. Anglers of all kinds come from coast to coast fish these three lakes. Upon arriving in Branson, fisherman choose whether to fish for bass on Bull Shoals or Table Rock Lake (both of which are frequented by the FLW and B.A.S.S. tournament trail) or the Midwest's premiere trout fishery - Lake Taneycomo. No matter what kind of freshwater fishing you are looking for, Branson has it all!
Table Rock Lake
While the lake boasts an abundance of bass, crappie, white bass, catfish, and bluegill, Table Rock is acclaimed as one of the best bass fishing lakes in this hemisphere. Its reputation for producing hefty stringers of bass laced with lunkers was earned through an unprecedented management program. A 15-inch length limit and creel limit of six fish linked with an abundant food chain in the lake, is the foundation of this fine program. The result is a resurgence of large numbers of largemouth, Kentucky and smallmouth bass of exceptional size available anytime of the year for the professional and novice angler alike.Table Rock Lake Fishing Reports
Lake Taneycomo's clear cold waters provide some of the finest trout fishing available anywhere in the world. The Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout that ply the waters of Lake Taneycomo provide a year round fishing experience that is exciting as well as varied. From Fly Fishing and artificial only fishing in Lake Taneycomo's Trophy Trout Area, near her Headwaters, to bait fishing outside of the Trophy Trout Waters, Lake Taneycomo offers Rainbow and Brown Trout fishing at its best all year round.Taneycomo Lake Fishing Reports
Bull Shoals Lake
Bull Shoals Dam was completed in July of 1951 and is located approximately 7 miles north of Cotter, Arkansas at White River Mile 418.6. It has a maximum height above the river bed of 256 feet, is 2,256 feet in length, has 17 Spillway Crest Gates, and is the fifth largest concrete dam in the United States. Bull Shoals offers incredible fishing; you'll find largemouth, spotted, striped, and white bass, as well as crappie, channel cat, bream, and walleye. Just below Powesite Dam, a few minutes south of Forsyth, MIssouri, the water is still cool enough for both brown and rainbow trout fishing, as is the Taneycomo tailwaters' area just above the dam.Bull Shoals Fishing Reports