Lake Fork fishing report-DSP Guide Service Doug Shampine

Lake Fork fishing report-DSP Guide Service Doug Shampine

This weeks Lake Fork fishing report finds the bass, crappie and sand bass active and biting. The bass bite remains good shallow using texas rigged baby brush hogs, black finesse worms, small spinner baits, frogs and Carolina rig. Keep in mind while you are reading the latest Lake Fork fishing report, a fishing trip makes a great Christmas gift. Call me 940-902-3855 for details. I will send you a gift certificate with the date we fish TBD. Will set up the trip date after Christmas. There is also a deeper bass bite starting using spoons. You can find these bass in the mouths of the major creeks. Look for the many schools of shad on your electronics and than look for fish trailing the schools and have some fun. Now for the crappie, that bite has been good also with more  and more bigger crappie showing up on each trip. As the water cools off that will also get better. Water temperature yesterday was 68 in the morning. Lake level is dropping, now 3 feet low. And what I have been reading the winter rainfall will be below normal. By the way December is the first month of the next three that you keep your first 25 crappie caught. Jigs also have been working in chartreuse pepper and blue ice. The smaller sand bass are showing up but not the real big ones yet. When they do show, look for them along the old road beds along the 515 east and west bridges. Its also time to book your 2017 fishing trip by texting me or calling me for open dates. Spring dates for the full time guides and lodging goes fast for the spring dates. But you can keep up with what is going on by readying the weekly Lake Fork fishing report and keep in the know. I am trying to do a weekly Lake Fork fishing report. #lakeforktrophybass #lakeforkbassfishingguides #lakeforkguides #lakeforkfishingguides #lakeforkcrappieguides #lakeforkfishinhg #lakeforkcrappiefishing #lakeforkfishingreport

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