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Fork? #14319646 03/18/22 08:45 PM
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Anyone catching on lake fork? Water temp? Depth? Heard they were still kinda deep on trees. Any information is helpful thank you!

Re: Fork? [Re: onthefish] #14323445 03/22/22 11:45 PM
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With Crappie Fest happening on Fork this weekend you may not get much info on here .... frown

Re: Fork? [Re: onthefish] #14323486 03/23/22 12:20 AM
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Best place for info on Fork would be on the Facebook pages of the guides who fish there. There's usually reports on baits and how deep they are fishing. Good luck fish


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Re: Fork? [Re: onthefish] #14323588 03/23/22 01:56 AM
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I would get in a creek and go as far back as I could and work the banks. Dead stick it start in one foot around brush tops etc if no bites back off bank try 2 feet and 3 feet Iā€™m willing to bet they are in them creeks. Also look for lay overs or possible brush in the middle. Again I would be in creeks pounded and hunting preferably on the north side.


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