Table Rock Lake Info

A rare occurrence

                                                                                  Table Rock dam with all 10 flood gates open
Table Rock Lake is one in a series of four lakes on the White River. Table Rock is fed by Beaver Lake, the first in the series of lakes. Table Rock feeds Lake Taneycomo, which in turn feeds Bull Shoals. The White River returns to it's natural state below Bull Shoals dam. Table Rock was completed in 1959 at a cost of over $65,000,000. Lake elevation at top of conservation pool is 915 feet above sea level. At conservation pool, the lake has approximately 750 miles of shoreline and covers over 43,000 acres.

Located about 6 miles southwest of Branson, Missouri, Table Rock Lake has been consistently ranked as one of the top ten bass lakes in the United States. Table Rock is home to abundant numbers of largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted (Kentucky) bass. The minimum size for all bass is 15 inches. The lake is also home to large numbers of white bass. Table Rock is a 12 month fishery, with some great fishing to be had in the winter months.

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