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#11315492 - 12/31/15 09:08 PM Fork?
Jigit Offline
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Registered: 12/31/09
Posts: 114
Was planning on hitting Fork in the morning. What kind of shape is the lake in? Any patterns working better than others? Any info would be appreciated.

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#11315602 - 12/31/15 10:13 PM Re: Fork? [Re: Jigit]
BlaiseWeimer Offline
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Registered: 02/10/15
Posts: 478
Loc: Coppell, Texas
It was slow for me today, but I bet some people did pretty good

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#11315727 - 12/31/15 11:50 PM Re: Fork? [Re: Jigit]
Shaun Lowe Offline
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Registered: 04/20/13
Posts: 209
It was slow for me too.

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#11315741 - 01/01/16 12:35 AM Re: Fork? [Re: Jigit]
Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life) Offline
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Registered: 10/31/10
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Loc: Tyler, Tx/Arlington, Tx
I'm sure mid lake-south will be best considering all the rain we had. I would have a flutter spoon tied on, jig, and an a-rig tied on. If you can't find them out deep I would head into the mouths-mid way back in creeks and pitch a 1/2oz m-pack jig around hardwoods around the creek channels

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