Table Rock Lake
Fishing Branson's Table Rock Lake
Known as one of the top bass fishing lakes of North America, Branson's Table Rock Lake boasts an abundance of bass, crappie, white bass, catfish, and bluegill. An aggressive fish management program, resulting in an impressive resurgence of largemouth, Kentucky, and smallmouth bass of exceptional size, has allowed the lake to become an exciting destination for fishing hobbyists and professionals alike.
How "Table Rock" Ended up in Branson
Officially opened in 1959, the construction of Table Rock Dam created Table Rock Lake, a massive and warm body of water, brimming with recreational activity that increased tourism to the Branson area. One of three dams (another was Powersite Dam near Branson) approved by Congress to control flooding of the White River and generate hydroelectric power, the dam was originally slated for Table Rock Mountain. After the mountain land was determined to be unstable, the current site was chosen, but the name stuck; a happy and highly beneficial addition to Branson's landscape!
Enjoying Table Rock Lake
Marinas in Branson, and the neighboring communities of Indian Point and Kimberling City, allow visitors to easily enjoy Table Rock Lake; they rent boats and other watercraft, offer scuba diving opportunities, fishing guide services, dining, and more. The popular Moonshine Beach gives swimmers, without boats, access to the lake, and also offers amenities like dining, restrooms, hiking opportunities, and beach-associated activities like volleyball and picnic areas.
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