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Lake fork #12610604
02/04/18 11:55 PM
02/04/18 11:55 PM
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Sulphur Springs
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Went out with a buddy today on Lake Fork. Found them still in a winter pattern. Rocky had big fish and I'm talking big. 3.48 lbs. That's .48 from the lake record. I had a huge hybrid yellow that went 2.80 lbs. We only fished 2 hours and put 25 in the box.

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Last edited by medic911; 02/05/18 09:20 PM.
Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12610806
02/05/18 01:26 AM
02/05/18 01:26 AM
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Garland TX
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Wow those are some magnum sandies.

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12610890
02/05/18 01:49 AM
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Universal City Tx.
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Nice fish. Good job. thumb




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Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12610979
02/05/18 02:23 AM
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Richardson TX
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3.48 Sandie?? OMG
Congrats!

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12610996
02/05/18 02:27 AM
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SACHSE, TEXAS
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Those are some pig sandies!!!



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Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12611216
02/05/18 03:44 AM
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Nice work. cheers


Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12611318
02/05/18 05:17 AM
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Dang, I can't even imagine a 3.48 sand Bass! Sounds like an awesome day!

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12612243
02/05/18 08:58 PM
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How deep did you catch them ,and what type of structure. Road bed , bridge,hump ect.what part of the lake.

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12612262
02/05/18 09:05 PM
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Sulphur Springs
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Good IT guys are hard to find!






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Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12612295
02/05/18 09:25 PM
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Texas
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This is the best post I have seen on TFF in 10 years! I'm booking a trip now

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12612343
02/05/18 09:57 PM
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ginormous!

Re: Lake fork [Re: bellamy72] #12613116
02/06/18 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted By: bellamy72
How deep did you catch them ,and what type of structure. Road bed , bridge,hump ect.what part of the lake.

These fish were suspended at 42-45' over 60' water.
Small groups over little drops from 55-60'

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12613619
02/06/18 06:16 PM
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Sulphur Springs, TX
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Awesome! Those are huge fish!

Re: Lake fork [Re: medic911] #12613984
02/06/18 09:27 PM
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I have always heard that the Fork sandies are bigger than other area lakes


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Re: Lake fork [Re: Ripinlip] #12614718
02/07/18 04:36 AM
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Plano TX
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Originally Posted By: Ripinlip
I have always heard that the Fork sandies are bigger than other area lakes


They have a better chance of surviving since no one really target them there 2cents


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