Haven't done a report in a couple of weeks. Have been fishing everyday, and with deer season coming up, I've had to get some cameras going to see what we have for the customers this upcoming season! The lake has stayed pretty good and consistent. It's kind of hard to say a depth to fish, because they are in all depths right now. The biggest key is to move. Move your bait, move your depth, move your boat, move to the next tree. Don't waste time on a fish that won't bite. Move to the next place until you find them biting. Yesterday for example, we'd pull up to a tree, catch 2-5 in the first minute and then it'd die. That's your sign to move. We have been catching fish on minnows, but all of my bigger fish are coming off of the new Bonehead Brushgliders. The top 3 colors for me have been Blue and Pink, pink and chartruese, and the one that seems to really catch the big ones is clear on top with some flake in it with a lime green tail. We are catching them steady everyday and having fun while doing it. I really appreciate a lot of you guys coming out and fishing with me. It means a lot to me and my family. I hope to see yall all again soon. I've got Wednesday and Thursday open this week for working mans trips. I also think I have Thursday morning available for A half day trip. If your interested in going, message or call me. I'd love to get you out on the water! Here's some pics from the last few couple of weeks.
Lake Ray Roberts Crappie Guide
Lake Fork Crappie Guide