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Lake fork living? #13246182 08/13/19 04:34 PM
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For you guys that live and fish on fork, wife and I are thinking about getting a tiny house or rv and living in a resort. Can you give me the pros and cons of my idea. We won't be full timing there just like spring and fall all we fish for is crappie. Ideas like best areas and really good resorts, would like a lake front if possible thanks tim.

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Make sure you find one that doesn't limit your intentions! Most can't live there full time, some max stay is 2 weeks or only a certain number of days per year, etc. We've been in Pelican Point for 8 years now and it's been great. My only complaint is we don't use it enough anymore.

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Can you live at pelican point for a month or two at a time?

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Call Dean at Owens Bros. RV park..903 439 2335
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Re: Lake fork living? [Re: Tim nichols] #13247030 08/14/19 02:36 AM
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Pick an area somewhat close to the main highways. You don't want to spend 10 minutes or more driving out just to get to the highway. It gets old fast. Plus the county roads aren't that great either, so your cars, truck, boats take a beating. I'm in Yantis. I'm 15 minutes from Sulphur Springs, Winnsboro, Emory or Quitman. I'm 8 to 10 minutes from any public ramp.

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