Lake Fork Crappie Fishing Report

Lake Fork crappie fishing with DSP Guide Service

Lake Fork crappie fishing remains good and the crappie have moved into their winter patterns. I am catching crappie at the 33-37 foot depth and the best baits have been minnows and electric chicken colored jigs. This is the time of year you must keep your first 25 crappie you catch. So you will have different sized in your catch. But if you decide to try Lake Fork crappie fishing during the months of March through November the length is 10 inches or better. This time of the year is no secret where everyone is looking for crappie.

Check out the areas around the damn and the mouth of Little Caney on the deeper flats. You will see the bait fish on your electronics and you will also see the crappie around them. Just look for all the boats in those areas and you will also find where everyone is fishing for the crappie. Lake Fork crappie fishing this time of the year will draw a crowd on the pretty days. When it is windy it will be hard to hold your boat on the schools because of the area being in to open. If you do not have a boat, than give me a call. I have a 22 foot bay boat and can take 5 adults out on a trip. I furnish everything for your Lake Fork crappie fishing trip and clean your catch and bag it so you can take it home.

I do the same for the sand bass trips or even catfish. I also have a 21 foot Legend bass boat which I do my bass trips out of. I am now booking trips for 2016 so get your date set up as soon as you can to get the good dates reserved. If you need to check on open dates, email me doug@lakeforktrophybass.com or call or text 940-902-3855 and we will get your date set up for Lake Fork crappie fishing or trophy bass, sand bass or catfish.

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