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#11140197 - 10/01/15 07:42 PM Lake Fork 10/01/15
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Fished Lake Fork today. Couldn't get a deep bite going. At 12:30 i had one keeper so I started fishing shallow and picked up 10 more nice keepers before shutting it down at 2:30. Fish were 11 feet deep in 12-13 feet of water, on white/ chartreuse jigs tipped with a minnow
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#11140402 - 10/01/15 08:58 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Good report! Lets me know, good info...
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#11140436 - 10/01/15 09:11 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Dang Carl, I couldn't find any fish shallow?? They were all deep deep for me.

Those are some good looking fish. You done good.

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#11140665 - 10/01/15 11:04 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Nice haul. Good job. cheers
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#11140931 - 10/02/15 07:50 AM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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All deep for me .
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#11141258 - 10/02/15 10:11 AM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Those are some nice quality fish...good job bud cheers
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#11141453 - 10/02/15 12:05 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Carl, you did good for the time spent on the water. Did you catch a lot of dinks? I must have caught 30-40 but only had 6 good keepers, the biggest being 1.78lbs. I caught all but one in water 17-19' around the 14' marker, except for the large one. As I was approaching the next b'arc, I swung it out to the spot I wanted and before it went 4' down she inhaled it. That caught me off guard but I still got her in. There was another one there but I missed it. I was using minnows.

I went to a couple of deeper honey holes and it was nada. Called it a day.
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#11141581 - 10/02/15 12:57 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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nice slabs and report thumb we have been finding them deep also and a little further south, lots of short fish to fish

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#11141635 - 10/02/15 01:22 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: UJC]
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Thanks Jimmy! I didn't catch a single dink. I caught a couple of small bass and a catfish, but that was it. My biggest was 1.80, smallest was 1.17. I didn't weigh the others, but they were probably 1.25 to 1.5. I didn't fish water quite as deep as Kirk, but I guess I should have. I stopped at 30 feet, trying down to 19. I'll go deeper next time.
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#11141809 - 10/02/15 02:40 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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I have been seeing about the same as you guys, but they are some in the 10-12 foot water only 7-8 foot down. I think what we have is some feeding on threadfin shad and the ones out deeper are feeding on gizzard shad. Its just a hole what you have as long as it works and then drop off to the other when it don't. But now they are ever where and the time of day is the big thing. Good fishing

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#11142222 - 10/02/15 07:01 PM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Nice catch thumb
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#11149676 - 10/07/15 01:25 AM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: +h20]
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Originally Posted By: +h20
Nice catch thumb

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#11149748 - 10/07/15 06:43 AM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: cellis]
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Nice SLABS! Congrats thumb
I'll do both when I get out, deep & shallow just to see hmmm
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#11149774 - 10/07/15 07:04 AM Re: Lake Fork 10/01/15 [Re: tboxfish]
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Very nice catch Carl. I too have been finding the bigger fish in 10-15' of water.
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