Loc: Lake Fork, Texas
Here is what I have been doing on Lake Fork this last week.
The water temps are anywhere from 80-84 and water clarity is about one foot visibility in the areas I have been fishing. Over all the lake is in good condition.
I have been starting out my mornings with a yellow magic (Bone) on main lake points around all the new flooded cover and picking up a few. I'll start backing out to about 12-16 foot on some points where I have brush piles and fish a drop-shot with a 4" Zoom finesse worm (Junebug) or (Tomato) For the drop-shot I am throwing 10 pound flouro on a 6'9 medium spin cast. I am also fishing a T-Rig with a Zoom Magnum trick worm (Junebug) and (Watermelon red) This is how I am catching most of my unders.
For the big fish I am starting deep first thing in the morning 20-24' on main lake points and humps and staying out deep all day. I can't stress enough how much I am having to run the boat to get these bigger fish as it is really a timing thing. If I pull up on a spot and they are not feeding, I know within a few casts and move on to the next area. If you just wait around for these fish to feed it may take hours to get a bite. I am throwing a C -Rig Fluke (watermelon red) and a 4" Storm swimbait (olive shad) and (bunker)I am also catching some good fish on a football head jig (black/brown/amber/)
That's about all I have for y'all right now and hope this will help some of you coming out to Lake Fork.