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Lake Fork Fishing Report

Report Submitted 9-19-2023

September is always a tough month here on Lake Fork, so far this September has been really tough! They just had the Big Bass Splash tournament this past weekend out of 2300 fisherman 3 day tournament only 6 bass over 7 pounds were weighed in, with a 9 pounder taking first place that tells you how tough the fishing is right now. The lake is starting to turnover and the fishing will be tough until the turnover is finished. Our best fall fishing is mid October, November. It's going to take some cooler weather to get the bass into there fall feeding patterns.

I have been catching fish on a number of different patterns and baits this past week, shallow and deep. The shallow fish I am catching have been on Lip less Crank Baits square Bill Crank Baits and Texas Rig watermelon Seed Brush Hogs, the deeper Bass I am catching have been in 10 to 15 feet Carolina Rigging a Watermelon Red Speed Craw. Good places to try now are the backs of Creeks, Little Caney Creek, Chaney Branch, Running Creek, Burch Creek, there is grass in these creeks.

I am now booking 2024 spring guide trips book early for best available dates. If you would like to book a fall are spring guide trip you can call me at 903-629-5085 or check out my web site
Good Fishing,

David Vance


Fishing Report by Lake Fork Guide David Vance

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