Lake Fork Guide Andrew Grills





I am a full-time, resident bass fishing guide. I would like the opportunity to show you an enjoyable bass fishing experience. Not only is it my goal to make sure my customers catch the biggest bass of their lives, I also want them to walk away as better anglers because of their trip.

I provide all equipment (unless customers prefer their own rods and reels). My boat is a brand new 2015 Skeeter FX 21, with Lowrance HDS units. Anglers of all ages and skill levels are welcome!

Visit my website:
http://lakeforkguideandrewgrills.com/

RATES:
Full Day, up to 2 customers - $475
Half Day, up to 2 customers - $325
Extra $125 for third customer.

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK:
"I just wanted to thank you for an outstanding fishing trip this past Saturday. Bob, Randy and I had a great time. The reason we had such a great time was not only you putting us on the fish, but you having an outstanding and very friendly personality.You made us all feel welcomed as if we have known you for years. That's a rare quality that will serve you very well in the years to come. Next time I get to come back to Fork, there is only one guide I will be calling. I wish you nothing but the best. Thank you again for a memorable trip." - Tom Myers, Haltom City, TX

"I now have fished on two separate occasions with Andrew Grills and want to say that both trips were extremely enjoyable, very informative and productive too. First, I want to say that Andrew is a class act, very personable, passionate about fishing and anxious to ensure you have a good experience. While both of our trips were in the cold of December, my fishing buddy managed to catch a 7lb 1oz bass that tied his personal best. Just as important to us, we learned some specific techniques, including pitching a jig (Andrew's passion) and retrieving a flutter spoon (I had no idea). Andrew is undoubtedly one of the young guns on Lake Fork and I would highly recommend him. My next guided trip may be in warmer weather, but I know it will be with Andrew!" - Scott Dash, Keller, TX

"Andrew, I would have never imagined that in a couple of trips with you that we would have caught so many big bass on Lake Fork. Three over 8 pounds plus the thrill of my life when my son Jake put that 10 pounder in the boat. Jake and I wanted to let you know that we are very appreciative for you taking the time to show us the techniques necessary to be successful fishing on Lake Fork and helping us use our electronics effectively ( a must for Lake Fork fishing). Those techniques have helped us catch fish everywhere, not just Lake Fork. Looking forward to more trips with you." - Curtis (Bud) Biram, Tulsa, OK

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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)



Lake Fork

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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