Here's the full report I put together guys and I hope the information in this thread helps y'all out.
Just to let y'all know we had 15 today on Lake Fork and Chris caught big fish on a weightless fluke.
Lake Fork Report 2/18/16
The bite is still a little slow but its getting better with every warm day. The water temps in the morning are around 52 degrees then as it warms up throughout the day the temps by the evenings have been around 60 degrees.
I am catching most of my better fish in 1’ to 5’ of water in creeks that they seem to move up on beds first. In these spots, I am fishing a 3/8 ounce Chatterbait (white) with a Skinny Dipper (white) for the trailer. As it warms up I am fishing a weightless fluke on a #3 rigging hook in (watermelon magic or watermelon candy) with a dipped chartreuse tail.
I also want to let the anglers who are fishing tournaments know that I am still catching some of my unders out in 30’ on a drop shot with a 3/8 ounce weight, a #1 rigging hook with about a 2 foot leader. This leader is set a little longer than usual for me. To catch these fish I’m really not having to work the bait much, I’m almost just dragging it.