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Forward Operating Base Lake Fork fishing guide business is run by Greg Hill a retired U.S. Marine Corps Harrier pilot. He has been fishing Lake fork for over 20 years. After his military service and commercial/military work with a Boeing, he moved to Yantis, TX to start a full-time guide business. He owns 4.5 acres on a main lake point there at Lake Fork and runs a successful AirBnB property which is custom built for fisherman who want to stay in a private, new, large apartment above the 3-car garage. You can find it on AirBnb by searching for Lake Fork Hideaway.

If you are coming to Lake Fork and you are looking for a guide, give Greg a call. He can arrange multi-boat and corporate trips to meet your needs. He can help you set your boats electronics up and show you how to get the most out of your forward-facing sonars.

Go to www.foblakefork for full details and to contact Greg to book your fishing adventure. If Greg can teach pilots to land on aircraft carriers, he can teach you how to use a bait caster if you don't know how already!! Come out an enjoy your time on Lake Fork and learn many different techniques for catching bass.

Our motto here at FOB Lake Fork is "Leave No Fish Behind." Email or call Greg to set up your fishing adventure and your chance to catch the fish of a lifetime.

Customer Comments on Google Reviews:

"Greg is very knowledgeable with the fishing on lake fork and is extremely patient with anglers of all skill levels. what makes F.O.B. Even better is they have a beautiful cabin for rent on the lake making this service a one stop shop. There is nothing better than waking up and walking straight out to get on the boat! I would recommend this guide service to anyone and will definitely be back!"

"Caught the fish of a lifetime with Greg - 12.85 lbs. Incredible! Greg is a great guide and super knowledgeable. Highly recommend."

"When you're doing what you love, it doesn't feel like work.
It was clear from the moment we got on the boat that Greg wasn't just punching a clock. He loves fishing, he loves teaching new tricks to people who think they're already good at fishing, and he gets excited for every fish that comes on the boat like he caught it himself.
I'll definitely be back for more. In the meantime, I'm singing Greg's praises to anyone headed to Lake Fork."


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Lake Fork Weather Forecast


Partly Sunny

Hi: 78

Sunday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 62


Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 79

Monday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 60


Partly Sunny

Hi: 79

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 55


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 75

Wednesday Night

Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 58

Lake Fork Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 3/3: 402.71 (-0.29)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 28)

GOOD. Water Stained; 61 degrees; 0.24 feet below pool. Bass are all over the place with a good shallow bite and nice catches offshore fish utilizing live scope. Shallow fish are best on moving baits like chatterbaits and spinnerbaits and some minus ones in 1-3 feet. Edge of grass in 1-4 feet of water is still producing with ViperXP Jigs and Texas rigged creature baits. Grass in 1-4 ft best . Wacky rigs are good near edge of grass. Water temp is 56-66 depending on your location. Murky east and west but clear in the mid lake areas. Report by Marc Mitchell, Lake Fork Guide Service. Bass are in the shallows working streamers are working in 1-8 feet. Clousers should produce good results around structure. Crappie will be moving towards the banks, small patterns like wooly buggers are a good bet. Bream will also move to warmer water, a wooly bugger would be a good choice. Report by Guide Alex Guthrie, Fly Fish Fork Guide Service. The crappie on Lake Fork are spread out all over the different depths on the lake right now. You can still catch some fish out deep in 50 plus feet of water, you can catch fish up in 2 feet of water and all the depth in between. Not seeing huge numbers of fish concentrated in any specific depth yet as these fish are moving towards spawning areas. We have been seeing bigger fish this past week being caught like we normally do in the springtime. The bite should get hotter and hotter in less than 20 feet deep areas as water temperature rise over the next few weeks. With tons of rain the last few weeks the water is stained in most areas and muddy way up north close to the runoff and feeder creek areas. Chartreuse hand ties are working well for fish deeper than 25 feet right now and black and chartreuse soft plastics are working well on shallower fish where the water is more stained. Minnows will still work as well. The catfish bite is really good around roosting trees on the north ends of the lake. Timber in 13-18 feet is best and look for the birds

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