Fall crappie fishing on Lake Fork is always very good as the water cool down. The jig bite will get real good along with the minnow bite. Crappie will hold in the brush piles until mid to late December and than move to deeper water. Fall crappie fishing on Fork is my favorite times to fish for crappie. So if you are interested in a half day trip or full day, either text me of email me to set up your date. I furnish everything for your trip so just come get in the boat and lets go fishing. Other people are interested in fall bass fishing and it also will be outstanding!!

Bass will move into the shallow cover and the bite will be aggressive. Right now the white frog bite is working in the flooded green grass as the water gets a little cooler. I am looking forward  to the fall crappie fishing or bass fishing because the lakes are not as crowed with school starting. In the next week or two I will post some detailed bass reports as there are several big tournaments coming up on the lake in September and October. So watch for those reports. I have been guiding on Fork for 15 years so I can give you some knowledge about some areas you may not know about for your tournament fishing. With the lake completely full it will fish much different than last year at this time when the lake was 6 ft low.

So consider using DSP Guide Service for your lake fork bass fishing guides or for your fall crappie fishing on Fork. You will be glad you did. For the crappie, cat fishing, and sand bass customers I will be expanding my ability to take several customers on one trip. I will publish more on that as we get closer to the new year. Speaking of the new year, I am booking 2016 trips at a fast clip, so get your date reserved as soon as you can.101_0410

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