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Lake Fork #13593638 06/13/20 08:55 PM
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I am planning on getting out to lake fork this coming week. I know there is a tournament this weekend but lake fork there is every weekend lol. But was just wondering what the lake temp is right not and how is the water clarity? thanks Will probably go for a little of everything from bass to crappie and maybe cats if I get bored lol thank for the help.


The gene pool could use a little chlorine.
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About 82 degrees and stained.

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Temp was 87-88 today. Water is basically clear from the dam to the back of running. Slightly stained but nice color on east side up north. Fished mid day to around 7....bite was a bit slow for us today but caught a few bass deep 20 fow and shallow 2-7 fow on CR flukes and weightless watermelon seed flukes Wind was calm most of the day.


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Thanks for the help


The gene pool could use a little chlorine.
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