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#11763726 - 08/07/16 05:04 PM Cat fishing tips - Lake Fork
Fishenstein Offline
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Registered: 01/30/10
Posts: 65
I hardly ever catfish but the bass have been pretty slow and my 5 year old is more in to catching than fishing. I heard that the catfish on Fork have been pretty good lately. I'm going to sour some milo this week and try it out on Sunday. Any suggestions for me are appreciated.

Should I stay on the south end?
What depth?
Morning or evening?
Stay around timber or bridge?

Thanks for any info.

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#11789624 - 08/21/16 09:28 PM Re: Cat fishing tips - Lake Fork [Re: Fishenstein]
HumanSeine Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 11/23/03
Posts: 825
Loc: Mckinney,Tx
Ok it has been 3 weeks since I fished fork. I would say find some trees in 20-30 feet deep water and throw out some chum. Then and this is important... Bait your hook with some Stubbys cheese bait and you should get a bite within 15 minutes I would say.


Edited by HumanSeine (08/21/16 09:39 PM)

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#11789662 - 08/21/16 09:56 PM Re: Cat fishing tips - Lake Fork [Re: Fishenstein]
littlewheel Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 07/17/12
Posts: 647
Loc: Gladewater , Tx
I fished last week in timber 30' deep with Stubby's. Had to reel up 6 turns from bottom to get bit. Once I figured that out, it was on.

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#11795467 - 08/24/16 08:53 PM Re: Cat fishing tips - Lake Fork [Re: Fishenstein]
HumanSeine Offline
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Registered: 11/23/03
Posts: 825
Loc: Mckinney,Tx
How did you do fish stein?

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