Lake Fork Crappie Fishing

Lake Fork bass and crappie fishing with DSP Guide Service

Time for another report on bass and crappie fishing on Fork. The bass have pulled off the shallow water and not waiting to come back. Cold fronts, high water, muddy water has slowed the bass fishing down. But the biggest part of the spawn is yet to come. Same for the crappie!! Sand bass are in the creeks. So if you have put off your bass and crappie fishing trip the next couple of weeks should be outstanding if we keep the warm weather coming. The bass I am catching is close to the spawn areas and a texas rig and a Carolina rig using a watermelon red and a green pumpkin baby brush hog is working the best. Fish very slow and fish the 4-10 feet of water along the creeks. Main lake water temperature is 61-62, but will cool off tonight due to the temperature falling into the lower 40’s. The crappie are also in the same boat have not spawned, for the most part. There will always be a few early spawn early both bass and crappie. I want to remind everyone that its time to book your May and on crappie trips. I start fishing for crappie in May through December so time to get your name in the book. You can call or text 940-902-3855 for open dates. I furnish everything for your trip just come get in my boat and go have a great day on the water bass and crappie fishing on Fork. I use a 22 foot bay boat for the crappie, sand bass and catfish trips so I can take several people at once. I also clean your catch and bag it for you to take home. My May dates are almost full, and not booking June and July and fall trips. Bass and crappie fishing is very good in the fall also. #lakefork #lakeforkfishingguides #lakeforkguides #lakeforkbassfishingguides #lakeforkcrappieguides

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