Lake Fork bass fishing with Doug Shampine and found this getting sun!

Coming to Lake Fork bass fishing in the next couple of weeks? With the warmer weather he had this past week the water surface temperature has warmed up a little more. This helps the Lake Fork bass fishing get better, but next week may slow it down a little. Weather shows in the lower temperature at night in the mid to low 30’s which will cool off the water again. Fishing yesterday I found 63.5 water temperature in a couple of protected areas. Lake level is 2 foot low. I am catching pre-spawn bass using black/blue lizards, black finesse worms, green pumpkin baby brush hogs, suspending jerk baits and red eye traps. I am catching bass in 2-4 feet of water and if you find vegetation in the water it will help.  Its looking like the Lake Fork bass fishing spawn which is normally in April will be a little early this year. So if you are thinking about a trip think the last 2 weeks of March and give me a call or text 940-902-3855 for my open dates. Keep in weekends book up first and I furnish everything for your trip. So come to Lake Fork and catch that trophy bass, enjoy warmer weather especially if you live up north and enjoy a couple of days fishing. If you are bringing a boat I will show you some places to fish which most guides wont do. I want you to have such a good time you will book a trip with me next year! As for the crappie they are moving also. Now showing up around the boat housed in Burch, and the bridges at Running Creek and Coffee Creek. Minnows have worked the best. Still have a few more days of keeping your first 25 you catch before the length limit goes back to 10 inches. Sand bass are also on the move into the bigger creeks. So give me a call and set up your Lake Fork bass fishing trip while there are still a few good dates open. #lakeforkbassfishingguides #lakeforkguides #lakeforkfishingguides #lakeforkcrappieguides #lakeforkcrappiefishingguides #lakeforktrophybass

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