Lake Fork is in great shape and fishing great. The lake is full and has a bunch of flooded cover, from pads, willows to coon tail grass, etc. You can get on 'em shallow in the morning around pads, willows and grass on watermelon or green pumpkin wacky worms, shad color flukes/ bass assassins, etc.
Later on, move out to structure (humps, ridges, drops and points) 18- 20 ft or so and graph. When ya find 'em, go to work on 'em with C-Rigs, Drop Shots, swim baits or a 3/8 to 1/2 oz TX Rig 10" worm, if there is heavy timber or brush around.
Be safe out there, wear those life jackets and kill switches. There was a fatal crash here, recently. Good luck and see ya'll on the lake. Some recent pics of the better fish below.