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Lake Fork Anglers MLF Format Tournament results for 6/15, next is 6/29

06/29/2017   5:45 am - 12:00 pm


Location
3101 SH 154 Minnow Bucket Marina
Lake Fork, Texas

More Info
903-440-2797





The Lake Fork Anglers fish the Major League Fishing TV show format where every fish you catch bigger than 10" count.

They fish this once a month except months with 5 Thursdays and then they fish twice.

Members can qualify for the semi-final by catching 6 LB + in any of the qualifying tournaments. There are actually 3 ways to qualify.

In October all of those who have qualified will fish in the semi-final will be paired in a draw. On the morning of a section of Lake Fork will be drawn and that is where they will all fish. (9,000 acres) and first ten to catch 8 LB will qualify for the final in November.

The results on the 6/15 qualify tournament are::

The wind was blowing when we started at 5:45 AM (and it was light out) and still blowing at noon.

Boaters:

Congrats to Dennis Bubinas of Yantis for his win on the boater side with 20.94 on 9 bass with a 6.89 lunker.

Second place went to Bob Roberts of Longview with 20.47 on 10 bass and he had the lunker for the day a real nice 7.95.

Galen Smith of Alba came in 3rd with 14.79 on 5 bass with a 6.64 lunker.


On the Co-angler side John Markos of Paris won with 9.89 on 3 bass with the 5.71 lunker.

2nd place went to Mac McDaniel of Sulphur Springswith 7.94 on 3 bass with a 3.78 lunker.

Cheryl Allen of Emory came in 3rd with 4 bass for 6.8 with a 3.02 lunker and she qualified for the semi-final at last.

To date 16 Boaters and 12 co-anglers have qualified for the semi-final.

Anglers fishing this format must already be members of the LFA (annual dues is $5) and by the time of the semifinal have fished the required 8 (of 25) regular LFA tournaments.

Anyone with an interest in bass fishing at Lake Fork may join the club as long as you are able to fish on Thursday daytime.

E-mail Bruce at sjbasser@aol.com for info. Boaters and non-boaters welcome. Come and join 50 other mostly senior anglers in fishing fun and learn to improve..

Last year only about 1/2 that number qualified. All have improved and so can you.

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Wednesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 68

Wednesday Night

Clear

Lo: 39

Thursday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 56

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Partly Cloudy

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Lake Fork Fishing Report from TPWD (Dec. 13)

Water stained; 49–54 degrees; 1.46’ low. Black bass are fair on lipless crankbaits, bladed jigs, and flutter spoons. White and yellow bass are fair on minnows and slabs Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Catfish are slow on trotlines.






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