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Lake Fork sandies #12923883
10/05/18 09:13 PM
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Man, where have the sandies on Fork disappeared to? My freezer is empty so if anyone could offer some information, it would be appreciated - thanks!

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12924054
10/06/18 12:28 AM
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NRH/Fork ! GET THE NET
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They disappeared couple years ago,...oh you can catch a few here and there,..but the big schools are gone,..
or hiding really good...I haven,t seen any schools all spring or summer... confused

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12930567
10/11/18 07:15 PM
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Lake Fork, Texas
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Last time I saw a good school of sandies was the first week of June. Don't know what happened to them.

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12931092
10/12/18 11:42 AM
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Lake Fork Tx.
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Strange, anybody have an educated idea?

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12931789
10/13/18 12:43 AM
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go crappie fishin at nite wit live bait you will catch all the sandies ya want

Last edited by POPPA; 10/13/18 12:45 AM.
Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12932828
10/14/18 11:04 AM
10/14/18 11:04 AM
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Yantis, TX
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The last one I caught was on a bridge piling in August. The last school I've seen was on the old 2946 roadbed early in the summer. I hear there are some on the old 154 roadbed.

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12933255
10/14/18 09:39 PM
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maybe they don't like the sun,.. cool

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12933863
10/15/18 02:33 PM
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Fork sandies disappear ever summer. I think the move out to deeper timber and suspend making them harder to find and fish for. they should be showing back up on points and humps now that the water is cooling off. When the water gets in the 50s deadsticking deep water with rock.

April though june is best times on Fork.

I fished a bass tournament last weekend. Caught 5 Blacks that weighted 6.75 lbs (paper tournament). Our best 5 sandies was over 10 lbs lol.

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12950290
10/30/18 06:18 PM
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here's my theory about what happened to the sandies: in late June, a UFO flew over Lake Fork with its teleportation device set to transport blonde, blue eyed women up to their ship and the device malfunctioned and all they did was to take all the sand bass out of the lake! Makes about as much sense as anything else I can figure out...

Re: Lake Fork sandies [Re: deepwaterd] #12950306
10/30/18 06:28 PM
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Where are you guys checking for them? Caught several and saw some guys whipping them on the sawmill yesterday.... Front end of horseshoe (literally in the running lane) has been loaded for a couple of weeks.... Greens point on the edge near the drop by the running lane...

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