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Excel Fishing Charters
Excel Fishing Charters

Branson • 20 ft • 4 persons

Hoping to go fishing in Branson? Look no further than Excel Fishing Charters!

" Myself , 2 son in laws , and grandson had minimal trout fishing experience and the water conditions were not optimal the day we fished with captain Blake ." —⁠ Steve,
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trips fromUS $225
Hooked On Branson Fishing
Hooked On Branson Fishing

Branson • 21 ft • 4 persons

Premier Guide Service Owned and operated by Captain Brien Vaughn, Hooked on Branson Fishing is a premier guide service providing year-round guided fishing trips on Table Rock Lake, Bull Shoals, and Taneycomo – some of the finest fishing lakes in the Ozarks.

"We did a four hour fishing trip with Charlie and had a great time ." —⁠ Bradley,
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trips fromUS $225
Catch Mo Fish Guide Service
Catch Mo Fish Guide Service

Branson • 20 ft • 4 persons

Catch Mo Fish Guide Service provides trips on local fisheries near Branson, MO.
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trips fromUS $275
Branson's Reel Fishing LLC
Branson's Reel Fishing LLC

Branson • 20 ft • 4 persons

Book your next trip with Branson’s Reel Fishing and find out what keeps anglers coming back to Branson for more.

"This is the FISHING GUIDE you need to book! Had the best time fishing with Cap." —⁠ Mel,
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trips fromUS $225
Badock’s Guide Service
Badock’s Guide Service

Branson • 22 ft • 6 persons

Badock’s Guide Service runs angling trips out of Branson and offers to show you what the local fishery is all about.

"There were some bad storms that went through right before we were supposed to meet so we weren’t really sure what to expect." —⁠ RW,
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trips fromUS $275
Eric's Elite Guide Service–Branson
Eric's Elite Guide Service–Branson

Branson • 22 ft • 4 persons

Eric's Elite Guide Service invites you to lake and rivers trips jam-packed with fun!

"I highly recommend our guide, Mike Gold from Eric’s Elite Guide Service." —⁠ Larry,
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trips fromUS $250
Real Deal Guide Service
Real Deal Guide Service

Branson • 20 ft • 6 persons

Based out of Branson, Real Deal Guide Service is your ticket to a memorable time on the water.

"Capt. Wade was great.  We met him in Cape Fare.  Third cast in caught a 3 1/2lb." —⁠ Brad,
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trips fromUS $300
Get the Net Guide Service
Get the Net Guide Service

Branson • 20 ft • 5 persons

Excited to catch some fish in Kimberling City? Get the Net Guide Service is your ticket!

"Justin goes above and beyond! He is patient and cares a lot about making sure his clients get around the most fish as possible." —⁠ Landon, Missouri
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trips fromUS $400
Cody Spetz Fishing Adventures
Cody Spetz Fishing Adventures

Branson • 21 ft • 4 persons

Here at Cody Spetz Fishing Adventures, we offer trips for the newest of beginners to hardcore tournament anglers!

"Cody keeps you informed as to timing and meeting sight. He is on time and ready to provide an informed fishing trip from beginning to the end." —⁠ Marti,
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trips fromUS $225
Dodson Guide Service
Dodson Guide Service

Branson • 19 ft • 4 persons

What better way to escape the stress of everyday life than by hitting the lakes?

"My husband was playing in a golf tournament and on a whim I booked a guide for myself and two boys." —⁠ Jessica, TX
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trips fromUS $250
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Fishing in Branson

While the city is primarily known for its various entertainment venues, fishing in Branson, MO will be a pleasant surprise for any angler. When you’re done with exploring the theaters along 76 Country Boulevard, come on down to the local lakes and experience a real freshwater fishing adventure, Branson-style! Home to some of the finest angling hotspots in the Ozarks, you’re in for quite a treat.

Branson Fishing Spots

Branson and its anglers can consider themselves blessed to be surrounded by so many incredible freshwater hotspots. And word gets around quickly. Lake Taneycomo is considered to be the best Trout fishery in the entire Midwest. Likewise, Bull Shoals and Table Rock Lake are both frequently featured in FLW and B.A.S.S. tournaments thanks to their world-class Bass fishing.

Table Rock Lake

Known all over the States for Bass fishing that’s out-of-this-world amazing, Table Rock Lake has made quite a reputation for itself. When you see the Largemouth and Smallmouth bite during the season, you’ll be coming back for years to come. The lake is also home to there species like Crappie, Catfish, and Bluegill, so don’t worry about things getting repetitive any time soon.

Lake Taneycomo

Widely considered to be among the best in the world, Lake Taneycomo Trout fishing is an absolute must when you find yourself in these parts. The local Rainbows and Browns are here all year long, and are great targets for both fly and conventional anglers. Taneycomo’s headwaters are known as Trophy Trout Central among the locals, making them a great place to start (or end) your fishing adventure.

Bull Shoals Lake

Straddling the state line between Missouri and Arkansas lies Bull Shoals Lake, yet another fishery near Branson with exquisite fishing opportunities. Full of various types of bass, as well as Crappie and Walleye, this diverse lake is well worth your time. The best time to fish here is definitely around October and November, but you can still land fish at other times of the year too.

Branson Fishing Tips

  • During the fall months, the local fish will be eating a lot in preparation for winter. Creek mouths make for some of the best fishing at this time, thanks to the deeper water levels.
     
  • It’s good to be aware of how the weather can help you when fishing. You might be surprised, but clouds and wind can be good allies on the water. Fish prefer no direct sunlight, while windy conditions dirty the waters which helps to attract Bass.

Need to Know

While there’s great fishing in Branson all year long, it really pays off to hire a professional guide. You can save a lot of time otherwise spent looking for productive spots that way.

Regulations

You’ll need to have a fishing license for any freshwater fishing you plan on doing here. In addition, if you’re fishing Trout on Lake Taneycomo, you’ll also need a federal Trout stamp. These regulations apply for everyone over the age of 16.

Budget

Fishing with a guide can be very affordable if you take the time to browse around. A four-hour trip can cost you as little as $250, while a full day’s worth of fishing rarely costs more than $400. Branson is great if you’re in the market for a guided trip that won’t break the bank.

Getting There

U.S. Route 65 is the main link to other nearby cities and the one you’ll be taking whether coming up from Springfield up north or Little Rock down south. If you’re flying in, however, then you’ll have the local Branson Airport at your disposal.
 

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Branson Fishing Seasons

January

January in Branson is known among anglers for the challenging weather, but nothing that can’t be overcome. Stick with crank baits for the best chances at a good Trout day.

February

This time of fish is when the waters are full of dying baitfish, prime targets for the local Bass. Suspending jerkbaits make for the best way to take advantage of the situation.

March

March is when Bass fishing really starts to heat up. They’ll head to very shallow parts of the water on windy days, making for an easier catch.

April

If you’re up for some fly fishing, now’s a great time to do it. Explore the local lakes using flies like wooly buggers and zebra midges. 

May

The late spring bite is hot, with the local Bass population being hungry and angry. Branson in May has some of the best shallows fishing in the States.

June

Fishing Bull Shoals Lake in summer can be difficult this time of year, whereas Lake Taneycomo is loaded with Rainbow Trout ready and eager to take the bait.

July

You can count on the deep bite to be the name of the game in July. They’ll be holding anywhere from 20’–35’ deep, so get those crankbaits ready!

August

Lake Taneycomo Trout fishing remains some of the best ways to spend the day. Stock up on pink Trout worms and get ready for a fun day out.

September

The water temperatures are usually in the low-to-mid-eighties this time of year. Expect the shallow bite to become more consistent as the weeks come and go.

October

October marks the start of prime fishing at Table Rock Lake for all to enjoy! The fish are setting into the pre-winter feeding frenzy, so you’ll have plenty to do out there.

November

Fishing the creek mouths is the main avenue of approach for most Branson anglers simply due to the results it provides. Some of the best Bass fishing is right there for you to enjoy.

December

December fishing is a favorite among anglers who like to have the whole body of water to themselves. It’s a great way to mark the end of the year on a peaceful note.

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Top Types of Fishing in Branson

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