Here ya go. Their website can be hard to navigate sometime.
Harvest regulation history: Sport fishes in Lake Fork Reservoir are managed with statewide regulations
with the exception of largemouth bass and crappie (Table 2). From 1980 to 1985, largemouth bass were
managed with a 14-inch minimum length limit, 5 fish daily bag limit. A 14 to 18-inch slot length limit, 5 fish
daily bag limit was implemented in September 1985 to improve the population size structure. In
September 1993, the slot limit was modified to a 14 to 21-inch slot length limit, 3 fish daily bag limit, with
one fish over 21 inches. In September 1995 the bag limit was relaxed to 5, to make largemouth bass bag
limits consistent across the state. In September 1998 the slot length limit was increased to a 16 to 22-inch
slot, 5 fish daily bag with 1 fish over 22. This encouraged harvest of fish under the slot and provided
heavier fish for tournament weigh-ins. Over the next 2 years the upper end of the slot increased by 1 inch
each year until in September 2000, the limit became the current 16 to 24-inch slot, 5 fish daily bag with 1
fish over 24.
"Things turn out best for those who make the best of the way things turn out" - Zachary Troy Schrah - a young man with vision far beyond his years.