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#10757541 - 04/09/15 08:50 PM Lake Fork 1st timer
SwampyMarsh Offline
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Registered: 02/28/12
Posts: 66
Thinking of getting out to Lake Fork in the morning. I have never been there, but when I watch videos and such it looks like there are many areas to bank fish. Anyone know where a couple good spots from the bank are? I keep seeing people post pictures of huge bass from Fork and I am dying for a taste. Unfortunately I don't have a boat!

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#10758720 - 04/10/15 01:32 PM Re: Lake Fork 1st timer [Re: SwampyMarsh]
Hotrodjrd Online   content
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Registered: 05/26/14
Posts: 4031
Loc: Irving, TX
I don't know anyone who bank fishes Fork. Considering the gators that are there, I def wouldn't!

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#10782942 - 04/20/15 08:25 PM Re: Lake Fork 1st timer [Re: SwampyMarsh]
ForkFisher Offline
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Registered: 04/20/04
Posts: 153
Loc: Irving & Euless, TX
If you would still like or still need some bank spots at Fork I can show you quiet a few.

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#10783303 - 04/20/15 10:13 PM Re: Lake Fork 1st timer [Re: ForkFisher]
Whitebassangler98 Offline
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Registered: 04/16/15
Posts: 31
I would like to now some good bank fishing spots, recently sold my boat and I just stick to the shoreline now.

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#10783520 - 04/21/15 12:23 AM Re: Lake Fork 1st timer [Re: SwampyMarsh]
ForkFisher Offline
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Registered: 04/20/04
Posts: 153
Loc: Irving & Euless, TX


#1 is the 515 bridge. You can park real close and walk out on the side of the bridge. There is also a cove on the left side if your headed towards crossroads with easy access and plenty of parking aswell

#2 is a state park with a pier, creek on the side. Lots of shoreline you can drive right up to all the way to the bridge.

#3 the Minnow Bucket Marina has a very long lighted pier with bait lights in the water. Is it great for night fishing. It only costs $3 per car to use.

#4 on the left before you get to the other 515 bridge is a small road that dead ends into the lake. There is only 1 house on this road and no room to even turn around. I had to back out. Lots a shot gun shells on the ground. I barely fished there and just found on my last outing.

#5 The far side of the other 515 bridge on the right. Easy concrete parking with quick access to the bridge. Barely fished there aswell.

#6 when driving on 515 you will see a historical marker sign on the Left. Turn Left and follow the road to the dead end. Then there is a dirt road on the left that will go around the road block and right to the shoreline.

#7 on 2966 it goes over 3 of the creeks. You can park and walk down hill to the creeks.

Hope this helps yall. I found these from all my years without a boat.

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