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Lake Fork Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb 25)

Water clear; 44–48 degrees; 6.75’ low. Black bass are slow on umbrella rigs in 6–12’ of water along channel swings as well as football jigs along deeper points. White and yellow bass are slow on minnows. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs near bridges. Catfish are slow on trotlines.


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BASS CHAMPS TOURNAMENT 2-28-15

Bass Champs is monitoring weather forecasts and will make a final decision about this weekends tournament on Lake Fork by 9:00 a.m., Friday morning. For further questions contact Bass Champs office at...

Sharelunker 559

After a long wait since the first sharelunker catch of the 2014-2015 season, the second catch has been recoreded. Blair Schwarz of McAllen caught Toyota Sharelunker 559 from a private lake in Zapata County on...

Lake Fork Fishing Report for january 22, 2015

Happy new fishing year to all my fellow fishermen! It is good to have most of the tackle and boat shows behind me and get back to work here at Lake Fork. I was greeted with water temperatures in the low...

Lake Fork / Mexico Fishing Report 2/14/2015

Lake Fork : We probably have a few more weeks of old man Winter left but the Spring fishing at Lake Fork is just around the corner. With the water temps at Lake Fork ranging in the upper 40's and lower 50's, I...

Fishing Report - February 2015

  It's February and the days are working slowly towards 12 hour of daylight. These longer days, really starts these bass to moving even before the warming water does. The next 3 weeks will really be the...

Lake Fork Guide David Vance Trophy Bass Fishing Report Feb 2nd

Lake Fork is about 7 feet low but still in great shape going into the pre-spawn period for the 2015 spawn. For me patterning pre-spawn bass will be the primary focus for February and even into early March....

Fishing report

Planning a fishing trip this weekend? The following are TPWD’s fishing reports for this past week. At Lake Fork, water was clear, water temp between 47-51 degrees, and lake was 6.99’ low. Black...

January/ CAT on Lake O' the Pines

Crappie Anglers of Texas Tournament Trail 2015 on Lake O’ the Pines CAT recently held its 1st Crappie Anglers of Texas Qualifier Tournament of 2015 on Lake O’ the Pines January 17, 2015. We had 31...

Lake Fork guide reels in Hall of Fame induction

Mark Stevenson of Alba will be inducted to the Texas Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame during the annual Toyota ShareLunker banquet set for June 6 at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens. The guide...

Dock Fishing at Lake Fork

We all know fishing on Lake Fork is World Class. Most dont know you can catch the big ones right off the dock, day or night, any season. These are caught off the dock at Mustang Ranch with shiners. It is easy...

Wright & Sims win Bud Light Trail Tournament

The team of Eric Wright and Jeremy Sims had top weight at Jan. 17 Bud Light Trail Bass tournament held on Lake Fork. Twenty-five teams entered. Fishing was slow for all the anglers with Wright and Sims only...

Fishing report

Lake Fork TPWD reports water is clear with water temps varying between 43-46 degrees. Lake level is 7.16’ low. Black bass are fair on drop shot finesse worms, suspending jerkbaits and umbrella rigs....

Andrew Grills' January 21 Report and Big Bass Pics

In spite of some good rainfall amounts over the past few weeks here in east Texas, Lake Fork is still over 7ft low. The water temperatures dipped down into the upper 30s in some of the northern creeks on Fork...

Lake Fork Guide James Caldemeyer's Trophy Bass Fishing Report January 19, 2015

Happy New Year from Lake Fork everyone! Last year was a great year and I look forward to all the big bass that we will catch again in 2015. If you didn’t have a chance to make it out to Lake Fork last...

Fishing report

At Lake Fork, TPWD reports clear water conditions with water temperature between 45-49 degrees. The lake is 7.15’ low. Black bass action is slow on drop shot finesse worms, flutter spoons and football...

Lake Fork / Mexico Fishing Report 1/2/2015

Lake Fork:Happy New Year! Thank you everyone that fished with us this year and since just about everyone has already booked fishing trips with us again for 2015 we want to let you know that we appreciate your...

Black bass action slow

TPWD reports the water clear; 47–52 degrees; 7.56’ low at Lake Fork. Black bass are slow on drop shot finesse worms, smaller spoons and Carolina rigs. Black and blue flipping jigs along creek...

Jigs and swim baits for January

On Lake Fork in January, where will you be fishing for black bass? Fishing guide, John Morris (888-454-7037, www.jmguideservice.com) will be fishing main lake points, preferably south of the Hwy. 515 bridge....

Skeeter Bass Champs guarantees $20,000 for first place finish

Next year is shaping up to be another record-setting year for the Skeeter Bass Champs Tournament Trail and television show. Changes for 2015 include more guaranteed money awarded to weekend anglers, bigger...

Lake Fork Fishing Report for December 22, 2014

Merry Christmas to all my fellow anglers! Lake Fork water level is now 395.55 which equates to it is down 7.45 feet. The water temperature dropped to 53.5 degrees and the water clarity is clear to slightly...


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Lake Fork Weather Forecast

Thursday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 36

Thursday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 24

Friday

Slight Chance Snow

Hi: 34

Friday Night

Slight Chance Snow

Lo: 28

Saturday

Slight Chance Freezing Rain

Hi: 40

Saturday Night

Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 40

Sunday

Thunderstorms Likely

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Sunday Night

Thunderstorms Likely

Lo: 45


Lake Fork Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/26: 396.57 (-6.43)



Lake Fork Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb 25)

Water clear; 44–48 degrees; 6.75’ low. Black bass are slow on umbrella rigs in 6–12’ of water along channel swings as well as football jigs along deeper points. White and yellow bass are slow on minnows. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs near bridges. Catfish are slow on trotlines.





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