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#7946096 - 09/02/12 12:28 AM Is Lake Fork Turning Over?
Champion 201 DCR Offline

Registered: 10/12/09
Posts: 203
Loc: Grand Saline, Texas

Is Lake Fork turning over?Haven't been since last October and I'm thinking about going there.Was wandering if the trip would be worth the effort!

Thanks in advance for the replys!
Just Fishing for Fun!

#7946100 - 09/02/12 12:35 AM Re: Is Lake Fork Turning Over? [Re: Champion 201 DCR]
fat rick Offline

Registered: 08/16/10
Posts: 430
Loc: Greenville, Tx
Night bite is better than the day bite if you can make a night trip. At least it is for me.
Rick Legg
Available at Popes Landing Lake Fork

#7946247 - 09/02/12 07:18 AM Re: Is Lake Fork Turning Over? [Re: Champion 201 DCR]
921 Phoenix Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 06/21/11
Posts: 1521
Loc: Lake Fork
yes lake is turning over it has been turning for over two weeks

#7946660 - 09/02/12 11:11 AM Re: Is Lake Fork Turning Over? [Re: Champion 201 DCR]
wmr Offline

Registered: 06/15/05
Posts: 280
Loc: McKinney TX
How can the lake be turning over when the majority of Lake Fork surface water temperatures are still in the 80-degree range? Isn't lake turnover due to the surface water temperatures being cooler than the subsurface water? I agree there may be some (but few so far) mornings where skinny water may experience this phenomena but the majority of the lake must still have the warmest water on the surface.


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