Lake Fork

Because Life is Better at the Lake

James Henderson Guide Service





I would like to introduce myself and make your visit to World Famous Lake Fork the most exciting fishing experience you have ever had. I am a Full Time guide and have over 25 years of bass fishing experience in north east Texas. I was born and raised in the north east Texas area, hunting and fishing my whole life since I was old enough to walk.

My goal is to tailor a fishing adventure that lives up to your expectations and provide the fishing experience of a lifetime, whether it is to learn new techniques, catch your largest fish ever, getting ready for a tournament, or just have a fun day catching fish. My number one priority is making your trip a memorable one.

With 20 years of bass fishing experience, including 10 years of local tournament angling in north east Texas, I am a full time guide and am experienced not only on world famous Lake Fork but also lakes Bob Sandlin, Cypress Springs, and hot water lakes Welsh/Monticello (seasonal). From the novice to seasoned angler, I offer instructional trips for all levels. I only use artificial baits and all fish are C.P.R. (catch photo release), so future generations can enjoy this great sport.

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Lake Fork Weather Forecast

Sunday

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Hi: 92

Sunday Night

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Lo: 74

Monday

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Monday Night

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Lo: 74

Tuesday

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Tuesday Night

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Lo: 74

Wednesday

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Wednesday Night

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Lo: 76


Lake Fork Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/5: 402.53 (-0.47)



Lake Fork Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 1)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 83-85 degrees; 0.39 low. Largemouth bass are good on blue plastic worms, bladed jigs and crankbaits near drop-offs,windy points, grass lines, and humps in 8-22’. Topwater plugs and plastic frogs are productive early in grass patches and lily pads. White and yellow bass are good in deeper water of main lake points, flats, and humps. Crappie are excellent on jigs and minnows in 18-25’ in brush piles and standing timber. Catfish are good on cut bait and live bait in 10-20’.