The fishing has been about the same for me, but the last two weeks seem to have got a little better. We're not catching any really big fish, but there have been some good ones and we're catching a lot more fish than I have been. Here's a few recent pictures we had about 20 fish in 4 hours.
The water temps have been 85-90+ and the fish are starting to school in the mornings and late evenings. I have been able to find some fish stacking up between 16' and 20' and I am having a few fish around 27' that are suspended.
What I have been throwing for the schooling fish is a Spook Jr (Chrome) and a Super Fluke (Disco Violet) (White.) I am rigging the Super Fluke weightless with a #3 rigging hook.
The fish that have been sitting in the 16' - 20' on the bottom or close to it have all been caught on a Drop Shot and a C-rig. On my Drop Shot I am throwing a Buddy's Custom 4'' finesse bait in (Tomato Purple) and (Candy Bug) with a #1 rigging hook, 16'' - 18'' leader and a 5/16 weight.
On my C-Rig I am throwing a 1 oz weight with a 5' leader and a #3 rigging hook with a Fluke or Centipede/French Fry (Watermelon Red) and (Mardi Gras)
For those suspended fish I'm throwing a Zoom Magnum Fluke (Disco Violet) (White) weightless with a #5 rigging hook and fishing it really slow. Twitch it like a jerk bait. I hope this fishing report helps anyone that is coming out to Lake Fork soon and I will try and update later in the week.
I will be guiding duck hunts again this year -
Thanks, Eric Wright
Updated: This morning has been good. 8-19-2015