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Lake Fork Bass? #12662621
03/07/18 08:14 PM
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Taking my two sons to Fork for a few days of bass fishing Sunday. Took them few years ago at this time and caught a few. Boys been buggin me to go back even since. How is the water clarity since the rains? Dad needs all the help he can get to put my boys on a few fish. Staying at Fishermans cove. Thanks


Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12662669
03/07/18 08:32 PM
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Chatterbait and flipping bushes

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12662703
03/07/18 08:51 PM
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Water is looking better, run some spinners and work some lizards


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Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663243
03/08/18 03:00 AM
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I plan to be out there Friday March16 do you know if they will be having any tournament would hate to drive all the way out there and the lake be packed.

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663259
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There is a small tournament on Saturday.

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663261
03/08/18 03:15 AM
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Waxahachie, Tx
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The Bass Champs Mega Bass tournament is on Saturday the 17th

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: D-Mert] #12663371
03/08/18 05:21 AM
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Originally Posted By: D-Mert
The Bass Champs Mega Bass tournament is on Saturday the 17th

No good probably be full of people prefishing. Well there goes that plan. Anybody know anything about texoma on the 16th?

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663560
03/08/18 02:06 PM
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Just got back from 4 days of some tough fishing, but we managed a few. All were males. I can tell you most all water from Williams Creek to northern Birch is chocolate milk. Sunday and Monday we were our better days and Tuesday and Wednesday was tough fishing. Front blew through Tuesday and really slowed it down. All fish were caught on white/chart 3/8 chatterbait with white/chart magic shad trailer, blk/blu 5" senko and red/chart 1/2oz lipless crank. Water temps up in Birch ranged from 58-63. We did find an area holding 65 on Monday. I did notice water was dropping fast Tuesday. If I were you, I'd wait till end of March. Full moon, water release and clarity should be better provided we don't get heavy rain again. If you do go, find the warmest water and fish tight to cover in the dirty water. Good luck!

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663600
03/08/18 02:37 PM
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take some shiners on bobbers and pitch them next to the dormant vegetation. They will get bit that way for sure. warmer water is best don't mind the color so much


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Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: jackmason] #12663622
03/08/18 02:50 PM
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Its spring break for the boys so we are going anyway. Unfortunately can't plan there schedule around when the fish are biting. smile Thanks for the tips.


Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663746
03/08/18 03:43 PM
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nice stripers


Lake Fork Anglers Twice A Month Daytime Thursday Tournaments
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Lake Fork Sportsman's Association
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Contact me to schedule the LFSA Live Release Boat for your Lake Fork tournaments.





Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12663774
03/08/18 04:03 PM
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Thanks. That's at my lake Granbury lakehouse.


Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12665720
03/09/18 11:04 PM
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We caught 5 yesterday, 8 the day before and 8 the day before that. Most on a weightless black and blue crawdude 1-3 feet.. Caught a few on a split shot watermelon red fluke with the tail dipped in 3-4 feet. Throwing most right up to and in to the slop.

Will be here 3 more weeks. Should hit it somewhere in that time.

Last edited by plnwtf; 03/09/18 11:06 PM.

PB 9-15

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: plnwtf] #12665790
03/10/18 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted By: plnwtf
We caught 5 yesterday, 8 the day before and 8 the day before that. Most on a weightless black and blue crawdude 1-3 feet.. Caught a few on a split shot watermelon red fluke with the tail dipped in 3-4 feet. Throwing most right up to and in to the slop.

Will be here 3 more weeks. Should hit it somewhere in that time.


Nice fish

Re: Lake Fork Bass? [Re: spro] #12665816
03/10/18 12:38 AM
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We spent last weekend there. Caught about 20 a day. 1-6 ft on tx rig wat/red creatures and chatters. Last fish was the best 8lb 10oz. Don't know how to upload pic

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