May bass and crappie fishing on Lake Fork is probably the best month of all months to be on Fork. Both the bass and crappie have finished their spawn and are hungry. They will eat almost any thing that gets in front of them. If you would like to hire a guide, please consider using my guide service. I have been guiding for 15 years on Fork, bass and crappie fishing. I furnish everything for your trip, just come get in the boat and go fishing. Lets start with the bass fishing, top water, texas rigged plastic, square bill crank baits, weightless baits like the wacky worm or fluke and the Carolina rig will all catch their share of bass. Check the off shore humps and creek channels and the deeper main lake points for the bass to be holding. Also check out the new growth of lily pads and the new flooded grass for the shallow bass. Did I tell you the lake is full for the first time in 5 years? Well it is and looks very different from a month ago. This much new water will make the bass and crappie fishing very good all summer. So come and check it out. As for the crappie, they too also are almost done with their spawn and started moving off shore to deeper brush piles. I am starting to catch the crappie in the 14-20 foot range on jigs and minnows. Blue ice color is working with the jig. And if you want a mess of white bass or sand bass, let me know and we will also go fishing for them. You can keep 25 per person and they must be 10 inches or longer to keep. The same rules apply to the crappie. If you want to start your kids fishing, a half day crappie trip is the way to do that. There is a lot of action to keep them interested. So if you are interested in a bass and crappie fishing trip on Fork give me a call or text me for open dates 940-902-3855.