Lake Fork Report: Surface temp 85 degrees. The big worm bite has been good on timbered points and humps, 17-25 ft. We’re using 10” worms (Red Bug, Plum Apple or Blue Fleck) on 3/8 or 1/2 TX Rigs on 20 lb InvizX Fluorocarbon. Weight size depends on wind speed. We had a 25 plus inch Over on this pattern this week. On calm days, a Shakey Head in the same weight range works better with straight tail worms in the same colors. The Carolina Rig can put ‘em in the boat on underwater ridges and shell beds. After dark, we’re using the big worm & 3/8 to 1/2 Jigs in dark colors & bluegill colors near docks and secondary points. Be safe & stay hydrated. [/URL]
Edited by Lake Fork Guide Whitt Smith (06/20/1809:18 PM)
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That varies JWalls. The water temp crept up to 87-88 this weekend, but has lowered some this week. Here’s more since last report. The daytime bite for Big Bass remains good on same patterns. Here’s more since last report, including another Over (first pic).
Edited by Lake Fork Guide Whitt Smith (06/20/1809:24 PM)