Lake Fork Crappie Fishing Guides

Lake Fork crappie guides Doug Shampine helped Ale catch this nice crappie

Todays report is about crappie guides on Lake Fork. There are several to choose from, some are part time and some are full time crappie guides. I furnish everything for your trip, rods and reels, baits we will be using, minnows or jigs, and clean and bag your catch where we are finished. Its easy to book a trip if you are planning to use one of the crappie guides, just call or text 940-902-3855 for open dates. I am now booking late June, July and fall dates for trips which include bass, crappie & sand bass. The crappie spawn was late this year and they are just now slowly headed out to deeper water for the summer. I put out brush piles for us to fish over. So if you know how to crappie fish or just a beginner you can have a good trip and enjoy a day on the water by using one of the crappie guides. If you are crappie fishing on your own I am finding crappie in my brush piles at 19-22 feet. The water temperature is 74 degrees and rain in the forecast all week. Early June weather is looking a little better. Some people think July and August is too hot to fish but if you plan on doing a half day trip its not bad at all because we are off the lake by 11 AM. If your interest is bass fishing I am catching bass on top water early throwing a yellow magic than going to a Carolina rig in 5-14 feet of water on points or humps on the main lake. A baby brush hog has been the best bait,  in watermelon red candy. Still catching sand bass on main lake points and finding some schooling action. Keep a chrome rattle trap or shallow shad colored crank bait handy for when a school comes up around you. #lakeforkcrappieguides #lakeforkcrappieguide #lakefork #lakeforkguides #lakeforkfishingguides #lakeforkbassfishingguides

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