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Fishing at Fork #14152466 10/06/21 03:46 PM
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I haven't been to Fork in 5 years but I'm goin tomorrow. I used to fish Long Branch and Glade this time of year and do pretty well. Are those areas producing anything?. Do they have lily pads and other vegetation? Thanks for the help

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Re: Fishing at Fork [Re: debtfree] #14153265 10/07/21 11:04 AM
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What you are attempting is like trying to talk the panties off a nun! bolt


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lake is turning over big time according to eddie garret, I would hit the south end on creek channels and main lake points, shallow early then out to 15-20'

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Lake finished turning over, right now I’m seeing bass start to move into the mouth and bends of creek channels in about 10-15ft of water sometimes a little shallower.

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Originally Posted by BriannShell
What you are attempting is like trying to talk the panties off a nun! bolt


That's freaking funny.

but true..... roflmao

Re: Fishing at Fork [Re: debtfree] #14158688 10/12/21 04:45 PM
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Long Branch (1st 3rd) seemed pretty devoid of bait below the surface yesterday. Shallow may have been better...


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There were a lot of pads this summer when I was down there. Grass is limited.



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