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#11755146 - 08/02/16 01:15 PM Fork Report 7-31-16
Lake Fork Guide Whitt Smith Offline
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Registered: 12/04/05
Posts: 363
Loc: Alba, TX
I wanted to follow-up from my Lake Fork report last week. On 7-31-16, the better bite I found was locating schools of bass, suspended around 15-20 ft., in 25-30 ft. of water. Then casting a weightless M-Pack Shad (Disco Violet color) on an Owner 6/0 Wide Gap Plus hook, 15-20# fluorocarbon past the school and employing the countdown & twitch method I described last week. Tip: Let the bass load the rod, before crossing their eyes with an upward hook set. Otherwise, you'll miss some fish. Be patient, give this pattern a try on these hot Dog Days of Summer and I think you'll be rewarded. Good luck, be safe & stay well hydrated out there. Here are some pics of Chris H. that fished with me 7-31-16 and some of his better fish he landed.

Whitt Smith
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#11757828 - 08/03/16 10:32 PM Re: Fork Report 7-31-16 [Re: Lake Fork Guide Whitt Smith]
Mayo Offline
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Registered: 08/13/08
Posts: 521
Thanks for sharing and great report Whitt. It's tough this time of year. Way to get on em. thumb

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