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Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: reeltexan] #13257486 08/23/19 06:03 PM
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Originally Posted by reeltexan

The first time I ever launched at Fork I had to use a road bed, no ramps had been built.


Same here.
I pretty much lived at Val’s Landing through the 90’s.
Man was I lucky to be there during that time .


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Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: harvey walker] #13257508 08/23/19 07:19 PM
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I still miss looking at old Polaroids on the walls of fish. I had a few at Rainswood that I never got back of me. Wish I could find those. Way before the I-phone days! lol.

Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: Sinkey] #13257557 08/23/19 08:11 PM
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I remember all those pictures on the wall. Love those cheeseburgers. Great days.

Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: Speedcraw] #13257601 08/23/19 09:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Speedcraw
Originally Posted by jcrash
Originally Posted by Sinkey
Man if I could just have 1 more cheeseburger and fresh cut fries from Rainswood again!!!!!!


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And / or some of EB’s BBQ over by Pope’s ! food


Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: Speedcraw] #13257848 08/24/19 01:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Speedcraw
Originally Posted by jcrash
Originally Posted by Sinkey
Man if I could just have 1 more cheeseburger and fresh cut fries from Rainswood again!!!!!!


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Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: harvey walker] #13258775 08/25/19 02:22 AM
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What was the place with the big worm bar? Seems like it was on the west side of the lake. I remember a ton of pictures in there. It was where I first bought some jawtec terminator worms in red bloodline and caught a 13+ the same weekend night fishing. That was 1993. We stayed at fisherman's cove I think, mark Stevenson guided out of there. Lake was so good we'd come in from fishing and I could go down to the dock and catch 4-5lbers in the middle of the day on blue Mann's jelly worms haha

Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: Jarrett Latta] #13258998 08/25/19 01:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarrett Latta
What was the place with the big worm bar? Seems like it was on the west side of the lake. I remember a ton of pictures in there. It was where I first bought some jawtec terminator worms in red bloodline and caught a 13+ the same weekend night fishing. That was 1993. We stayed at fisherman's cove I think, mark Stevenson guided out of there. Lake was so good we'd come in from fishing and I could go down to the dock and catch 4-5lbers in the middle of the day on blue Mann's jelly worms haha

Sounds like Rainswood.

Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: lakeforkfisherman] #13259100 08/25/19 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by lakeforkfisherman
Originally Posted by Speedcraw
Originally Posted by jcrash
Originally Posted by Sinkey
Man if I could just have 1 more cheeseburger and fresh cut fries from Rainswood again!!!!!!


+1

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Or the Hardware Store on 154.

Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: Speedcraw] #13259518 08/26/19 12:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Speedcraw
Here's what started it all.


The first night I met my future father-in-law, in 1990, he was wearing a polo shirt with "Ethel" and a bass embroidered on the left shoulder. I soon got one as they were being sold by TPWD. I later drove up to Lake of the Ozarks, where my in-laws had a lake house, stopped at BassPro in Springfield MO, and saw the real Ethel swimming in the tank there. She'd gotten bigger since Mark Stevenson had caught her. Humongous fish!

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Re: SOME OLD LAKE FORK MAPS [Re: Scoundrel] #13259569 08/26/19 01:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Scoundrel
Originally Posted by Speedcraw
Originally Posted by jcrash
Originally Posted by Sinkey
Man if I could just have 1 more cheeseburger and fresh cut fries from Rainswood again!!!!!!


+1

+2

And / or some of EB’s BBQ over by Pope’s ! food


When he opened that door on the smoker ....what a sight to see.
It was worth fishing all night and morning long just for that lunch.



Slide right, coming in .... Fish On!
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