We have water temperature data from almost 4 years (as of 2020) of monitoring lake water temperatures and we have analyzed it to produce the information in this post. We record the water temperature every hour, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year on Table Rock. There are minor gaps in the data but overall, we’ve compiled a large amount of data over and extended period of time. This data is available only from Angler Spy™.
To our knowledge, never before has so much water temperature data from Table Rock Lake been recorded. We hope you enjoy and somehow find it useful!
Current Table Rock Lake Water Temperature and Lake Level from Indian Point Marina in Missouri. Water temperature reading updated each hour from 1′ below surface by Angler Spy’s equipment. You have found the best source for current & accurate water temperatures for Indian Point Marina on Table Rock Lake.
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7-Day & 30-Day Historic Table Rock Lake Water Temperature Trends
Table Rock Lake’s water temperature varies throughout the year. Surface water temperatures can range from near or below freezing (in shallow coves) during winter to as high as 90° during the summer months. Angler Spy’s water temperature unit at Indian Point Marina has recorded a surface water temperature of 90.5° during August. Spawning temperatures usually occur in Spring, from mid April through May.
More About Table Rock Lake
Table Rock Lake is an impoundment of the White River created by Table Rock Dam near Branson, Missouri and Beaver Dam in northwest Arkansas. It is classified as a highland reservoir, with beautiful clear water surrounded by the rolling Ozark Mountains. Fish species in Table Rock include Kentucky Bass, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, goggle eye, bluegill, various catfish, walleye and more. Table Rock Lake has nearly 900 miles of shoreline and is a fishing & boating recreation in the Midwest. Table Rock Dam is part of what created Lake Taneycomo. Cold water from the depths of Table Rock feed Lake Taneycomo and keep water temperatures perfect for the trout fishery. See Lake Taneycomo water temperatures.