Lake Fork fishing has been getting better as we get to the fall season. If you are coming to Lake Fork fishing for bass, crappie or sand bass you will have a great time doing so. So book your trip as soon as you can for October, November and December with me and have a great time fishing. I am also booking trips for the year 2017 and its not too early to set your spring trip up and get the prime dates. Mid March, April and May will be outstanding times to be Lake Fork fishing! Currently you can catch bass several different ways, both shallow and deeper. The shallow bite has been very good on numbers but the size has been small. Chrome rattle traps, black finesse worms rigged with 1/8 oz bullet weight, light Carolina rig with watermelon red candy baby brush hog are all working where you find vegetation in the water. Best depth has been 2-5 feet. The deeper bite has been 10′ blue flake power worm in 8-12 feet around trees and fishing VERY slow. Also a black/blue jig and a drop shot with a tomato finesse worm is working around the brush and the bridges. As for the crappie, the bite is also good in brush piles from the 19-26 ft range. Minnows are working along with the chartreuse pepper jig. Now is the time to set up your fall crappie trip and take home a mess of fish to ear. I will also clean you catch. I furnish everything for your Lake Fork fishing trip, just come get in the boat and go fishing. Catching small sand bass especially on the chrome rattle trap but when the water gets colder, like in late October or November, the BIG sand bass will be very active and you can catch some really big sand bass on spoons. So is you plan is to do some Lake Fork fishing, come get in my boat and lets go fishing! #lakeforkbassfishingguides #lakeforkguides #lakeforkfishingguides #lakeforkcrappieguides #lakefork #lakeforkguide

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