Lake Fork Fishing Report - 03/01/2021

The water temperature is 47-51 degrees on Lake Fork. The north end of the lake is stained and the south end is less stained. Fishing has been slow since the big cold front has passed through. However, with warmer weather on the way and spring almost here, Lake Fork is about to turn on. With the big females coming shallow, the next two months is the opportunity to catch the fish of a lifetime. As far as lures we are using baby brush hogs on Carolina Rigs fished on road beds and extended points in 6-12 feet of water. Another pattern we will be using in the next few weeks is a chatter bait or spinner bait fished in very shallow water from the mouths of the creeks to about half way back and concentrating on any secondary points which may be staging areas for the spawn. When the spawn begins and fish get on the beds we will begin throwing flukes and weightless soft plastics in the very back of the creeks around any vegetation or timber in the area searching for those big females.

Lake Fork Bass 7 lb 4 oz

I still have some great dates available for trips from mid March through April. So if you are looking for a great day on the water give me a call or text at 214-205-0540 for best available dates.