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Lake Fork Fishing Reports


2009-11-12
8:32 AM

Lake Fork Report—November 12, 2009 - Lake Fork has finally settled down after repeated flooding rains. Despite the water clearing and the lake level being back at normal pool, the fish seem to be stuck in a late summer malaise with all of the warm days lately. The result has been a pr more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-10-09
6:31 PM

Lake Fork Report & Fall Fishing Article—October 9, 2009 - Today's morning of cold rain, north winds, and dropping temperatures reinforced that fall fishing is on its way. Even though we're approaching mid-October, water temps are still sitting in the mid-70s and our best fall bite is yet to come. As cold more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-08-18
9:47 AM

Lake Fork Report & Pics: August 17, 2009 - The bass fishing over the past couple of weeks on Lake Fork has been slower than normal. Summertime structure fishing is normally the most consistent bite of the year; however, dramatically fluctuating water levels and temps seem to have slowed the more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-07-21
1:08 PM

Lake Fork Report & Pics: July 21, 2009 - Bass are settled in their summer offshore structure patterns at Lake Fork and the fishing has been good to great almost every day for the past week. Although we haven't caught any monster fish lately, we've caught at least 20 fish every day and ma more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-06-29
8:48 PM

Lake Fork Report : June 29, 2009 - The temps have turned hot here at Fork, grouping up lots of fish out deep. Shallow grass and wood cover are still producing some good fish and even some big ones, especially early and late. For the majority of the day though, offshore structure more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-06-22
9:49 AM

Lake Fork Report: June 2009 - With summer just around the corner, the bass fishing patterns are still wide open at Lake Fork due to a cooler than normal spring and high water. Up shallow, some males are still guarding fry, while many others are chasing tons of shad and spawning more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-05-07
10:43 AM

Lake Fork Report & Pic, May 7, 2009 - After a prolonged stretch of really good fishing on Lake Fork, things slowed down recently, particularly for bigger fish. Despite an overnight 2' rise in the water after flooding rains, we could still catch good numbers of buck bass to 5 lbs. H more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-04-11
3:16 PM

Lake Fork Is On! Report & Pics, April 11, 2009 - Despite very windy conditions (often 25 to 40 mph) and cold fronts passing through every few days, a lot of big fish moved up during the past week. Best of all, you can fish for quantity or quality right now. While good numbers (20 to 40 fish/day) more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-03-21
12:39 PM

Lake Fork Report - After an extended warming trend in early March brought in a big wave of spawners, a strong cold front with heavy rains muddied up and cooled Lake Fork, slowing the bite considerably last week. The water has steadily warmed again this week and that i more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork


2009-02-28
3:05 PM

Lake Fork Report Feb 28, 2009 - Spring fishing is kicking into high gear at Lake Fork, with a few bass already starting to spawn. Most of the bass are still prespawn and many won't hit the beds until April. I suspect we'll probably have our first major wave of spawners in the nex more...
Tom Redington - Lake Fork

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