Lake Fork Crappie Fishing

Crappie fishing on Lake Fork with Doug Shampine Lake Fork guide

Summer crappie fishing on Lake Fork is normally good. This year due to a lot of high water it is slower than normal getting good. One thing I can say it that I am catching a lot of short crappie which says the next couple of years is going to be very good crappie fishing on Lake Fork. I am catching crappie in brush piles I put out in 20-24 feet of water. I am using jigs (blue ice) and minnows. I furnish everything for your trip and clean your catch and bag it so you can take home a mess of fish. I am now booking fall crappie fishing on Lake Fork trips for October and on into the fall months. So its time to get your date set up and plan your trip. I will help you with lodging if you need it. Give me a call or text 940-902-3855 for open dates and lets set up your crappie fishing on Lake Fork trip. I am also booking bass or sand bass trips for the fall months. The bass are hitting top water baits like a yellow magic very early and than that bite goes away and I am changing to a Carolina rig using a baby brush hog in watermelon candy red in 12-18 feet of water. Main lake points have been the best. Sand bass are following the many schools of bait fish moving around in the lake. They are everywhere you look on your depth finder. Look on main lake points or humps for schools of sand bass and the black bass will be mixed with them. So if you are thinking about crappie fishing on Lake Fork or bass or sand bass fishing on Lake Fork give me a call. Come get in my Legend bass boat or my 22 foot bay boat and lets go fishing. #lakeforktrophybass #lakeforkbassfishingguides #lakeforkguides #lakeforkfishingguides #lakefork #popeslanding

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