Easy access to three clean, beautiful lakes makes the Branson area ideal for fishing, from the professional angler to the weekend walleye warrior, and from the amateur competitive fisherman to the sport's biggest names, everyone can find their kind of fishing fun in Branson. For the guy's annual getaway, the girls' weekend, or the full-family outdoor vacation, with the added benefit of live music shows, museums, kid-friendly attractions, dining, shopping, and a myriad of outdoor entertainment options, Branson presents the perfect landscape for an unforgettable fishing adventure!
At Branson's Table Rock Lake, It's All About That Bass!
- The expansive, pretty, clear blue waters of the Branson area's most popular lake, Table Rock, are teeming with a variety of bass, like largemouth, smallmouth, spotted, and white bass.
- The lakes many arms, bluffs, water depths, brush piles, and areas around docks create excellent environments for finding your fill of fish.
- With Branson's mild winters, it's easy to fish year-round in Table Rock Lake as ice rarely accumulates anywhere on the lake.
- Table Rock Lake is generously populated with other fish, including paddlefish, channel catfish, flathead catfish, bluegill, black crappie, white crappie, and walleye.
- As every experienced fisherman knows, the time of year, varying water depths, and other factors are taken into consideration when determining the type of fish you'll find.
Out and About and Fishing For Trout? That's What Lake Taneycomo is All About!
- Lake Taneycomo's cold, clean water is ideal for trout fishing; it's heavily populated with both brown and rainbow trout, courtesy of the Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery.
- Trout is the primary fish of Lake Taneycomo, but other species can be found in different parts of the 22 mile long lake, including bluegill, black crappie, white and smallmouth bass, and walleye.
- At certain times of the year, scores of fishing boats can be found where the river-like Lake Taneycomo flows through Branson's downtown district; other times, you'll find yourself in the company of very few boats.
- You'll also encounter anglers fly-fishing along the shores of Taneycomo below Table Rock Dam. It's important to pay attention to warnings about the release of water from the dam when fishing near it.
- As with the warmer Table Rock, Lake Taneycomo also provides a great year-round fishing experience, one that's as exciting as it is varied.
Branson Has Three Lakes?
- A tour around Branson will quickly uncover the fact that two beautiful lakes exist here, but many people don't know that just a few minutes away in Forsyth, Missouri, the enormous and gorgeous Bull Shoals Lake is just waiting to be discovered!
- In addition to water recreation of all kinds during warm weather months, 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, the water is still cool enough for both brown and rainbow trout fishing, as is the Taneycomo tailwaters' area just above the dam.
- Powersite Dam is owned and operated by Empire Electric, and the regional power company created and maintains a nice park area above the dam, a great spot for enjoying a picnic while you're fishing.
All three Branson area lakes play host to amateur and professional fishing tournaments and events during the year; great occasions around which to plan your fishing trip to Branson. Obviously, they are amazing lakes in many destinations around the country, but Branson can offer three exceptional lakes to please even the most discerning of fishing fanatics!
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