Lake Fork Boat Ramps

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515 East Public Boat Ramp

515 East Public Boat Ramp is located on the west side of Caney Creek at 515 East bridge. It offers a two-lane concrete ramp, a spacious parking lot for vehicles, no fee required, and is open all year.

Lake Fork Hwy 19 Boat Ramp

Lake Fork Hwy 19 Boat Ramp is perfect for small boats and for kayaking. It has a small boat ramp and ample space for vehicle parking.

Highway 154 Public Boat Ramp

Highway 154 Public Boat Ramp is located at the southeast end of the Texas 154 bridge on the Caney Creek arm of the lake. It provides a two-lane concrete ramp, a spacious parking lot for vehicles, and a portable restroom. There is no fee required....

FM 17 Public Boat Ramp

FM 17 Public Boat Ramp is located at the west end of the FM 515 bridge on FM 17 on the Lake Fork creek arm. It has two concrete ramps, a courtesy dock, a spacious parking area, and a restroom.

Coffee Creek Boat Ramp

It offers a one-lane concrete ramp, ample space for a parking area, and a fishing pier. The convenience fee for the launch or day fishing from the pier is just $5.00.

OCON FM17 Boat Ramp

Basic single-lane rural ramp without parking or amenities

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Lake Fork Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Sunny

Hi: 87

Wednesday Night

Clear

Lo: 56

Thursday

Sunny

Hi: 80

Thursday Night

Clear

Lo: 51

Friday

Sunny

Hi: 81

Friday Night

Clear

Lo: 52

Saturday

Sunny

Hi: 83

Saturday Night

Clear

Lo: 54


Lake Fork Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 9/28: 396.70 (-6.30)



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Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 21)

GOOD. Water Stained; 78 degrees; 6.06 feet low. Water has warmed back up with the weather. This has slowed the topwater bass bite. Bass are fair early mornings with spinner baits and flukes in 2-4 feet of water on windy points, or 5-7 feet of water if there is now wind. Carolina rigs and shaky heads best around timber on the drops on points and ridges with flukes and 7 inch worms. Shaky heads are good with 4-inch june bug finesse worms, with a few catches using square bill crankbaits. Afternoon has been fishing fair with mid running crankbaits in 7-12 feet of water. Report by Lake Fork fishing guide Marc Mitchell, Lake Fork Pro. Lake Fork crappie fishing has been heating up this past week. We are seeing solid limits of bigger white crappie stacking up on trees in 18-26 feet of water. Getting some brush pile fish to bite as well on some days in 12-18 feet of water. Laydowns are loaded with black crappie most days, but slow to bite. Minnows continue to be the most productive baits, but hand tie jigs are catching some fish. Soft plastics should begin to produce as the water temperature drops for the fall months. Report provided by Jacky Wiggins, Jacky Wiggins Guide Service.

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