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Lake Fork Crappie??? #13715663 09/29/20 11:45 PM
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Hell yall I finally get to get on Lake Fork tomorrow with my good buddy...any quick advice on colors this time of years and depth??? fish

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Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13715739 09/30/20 12:53 AM
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I'm still trying to find them myself, but I caught several on a black and chartreuse Stump bug in 14 to 18 ft Saturday.

Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13715819 09/30/20 02:00 AM
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Heard Timber is producing good still at this time.

Colors I have had success with using hand ties:

All white, All Chartreuse, White and Chartreuse, Gray with a Royal Blue Tail or Cinnamon with a Royal Blue tail.

Good Luck!!


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Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13715931 09/30/20 03:35 AM
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All white, All Chartreuse, White and Chartreuse, Blue and White.....

Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13715975 09/30/20 05:22 AM
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Fished fork hard today and had one crappie. Fished timber bridges and brush piles. Front= LOCK JAW. Colors Blk/Char Watermelon/Red Blue/white, Electric Chicken, you needed a 9 volt shocker to buy any fish today!

Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13716891 10/01/20 07:20 AM
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Stick with timber in 17 to 23 feet of water. Color doesn't matter much right now. Its more presentation. If the bait falls below the fish, you can write that fish off. The jig, or minnow has to stay above the fish right now.

We smacked em today, well I guess yesterday now (9-30-20) in those depth ranges. I know a couple of other guides who also smacked out there using the same technique.

They are really starting to get into a strong fall pattern, so be patient with em. It will be getting very easy in short order.

Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13716935 10/01/20 11:38 AM
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What is the water temperature on Lake Fork now?

Re: Lake Fork Crappie??? [Re: davidclay10] #13718513 10/02/20 11:41 PM
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72 this morning
I was surprised!

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