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New Years #13387510 12/30/19 07:25 PM
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Hope y'all had a great Christmas!

Just a quick post here for those coming to Lake Fork for New Years or the weekend.

Last couple of trips on Lake Fork I have been staying out on main lake, throwing suspending jerk baits and 300 series bandit Crank baits. Crawfish color on the crank bait, and shad colors on the jerk bait. When I’m throwing the jerk bait, I’ve been holding the boat in about 20 foot of water and casting to about 4 to 5 foot of water. On the crank bait, I have been fishing it in 8 to 12 foot. Water temp temp has been around 52- 56.

Hope the information can help people catch some fish -

Y'all be safe - Eric Wright

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Thanks for the help Eric, plan on being there the 16th. For a week.

Re: New Years [Re: Eric Wright, Lake Fork Guide] #13388050 12/31/19 07:40 AM
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What depth diver are you using for crank? I've not been fishing Fork, but had most of my luck on C-rig lately. Would have never thought to try a jerk bait but will have to give it a try in shallow water instead of a square bill and see if they'll hit something moving slower.

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What depth diver are you using for crank? I've not been fishing Fork, but had most of my luck on C-rig lately. Would have never thought to try a jerk bait but will have to give it a try in shallow water instead of a square bill and see if they'll hit something moving slower.

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