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Brooks Rogers'
Lake Fork Fishing Report


Report Submitted: 9-2-2021

Brooks Rogers

Well September has finally arrived. September is one of those months that it can be very hot some days and very pleasant on others. Here anytime we'll start getting some fronts coming through moving the bass into their fall patterns. Right now Fork is approximately one foot low so be very careful navigating. Fishing lately has been pretty good. I'm fishing little creek bends and high spots near creeks. 6-8 foot diving shad colored crankbaits and Texas rigged redshad and plum colored worms are working best for me.

Also in some of these areas the bass are schooling off and on. Keep a topwater handy like a spook or prop bait. Some days lately the bass have been suspended I believe just under the water or just a few feet down and we were catching them on topwaters when they wouldn't bite worms or crankbaits. If we don’t get much more rain to speak of I'll be spending alot of time keying on stumps and creek bends. Also pay close attention to blue herons those heroes sometimes are your best fish finders. I have days open this September. Call me anytime 903 780-0680 and let's go fishing. Like my Facebook page for pictures and more information.

Brooks


Fishing Report by Lake Fork Guide Brooks Rogers

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