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Fork late fall #10342966 10/11/14 11:52 PM
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What should I expect? What are the normal patterns for late November through early December?

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Re: Fork late fall [Re: CanadianChris] #10343083 10/12/14 12:42 AM
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Generally the fishing is very good that time of year. There will be some good fish shallow, you should be able to catch some jig fish in the creeks in the mid depth range (8-15') as well. But the predominate pattern will likely be deep structure. Fish should be schooled up on offshore structure in 25-35' of water and will be catchable on football jigs, flutter spoons, umbrella rigs, etc.

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Had my best day on Fork ever on Veteran's Day several years ago. One small cove, jig n pig, had 41.35# in my first 5 fish by 11:00 am.

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