Location

TX
United States
32° 50' 21.1632" N, 95° 35' 21.4584" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Lake Fork Guide Service - Mark and Barbara Stevenson
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:31-40 F | Clarity: Stained
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
February 27, 2015

It's the end of February and the days are working slowly towards 12 hour of daylight.  These longer days, really starts these bass to moving even before the warming water does.  The next 3 weeks will really be the time those giant bass start moving shallower and putting on the feed bag before the big spawn starts in March.  These 3 weeks will produce some giant bass!  You just have to do your home work, get out there, pay attention to what is going on, find the pattern and catch the fish.... or you could just hire us.  We will do our best to make your trip as successful as possible.  The last couple of days we have been seeing some snow and ice, so have not been on the water.  Fishing isn't the problem, getting on and off the boat ramp is!  I don't want to be one of those people that sees their vehicle go in the lake because of a slick ramp.  Not only that, it can be downright dangerous if your boat carpet is slick with snow and ice, not to mention the posiblility of falling into the lake.  I want to be around to fish lots of beautiful days on Lake Fork.

  We are starting to catch some on suspending jerkbaits, traps, swimbaits, big spinnerbaits, drop shots, and Mark's favorite, a 1/2 ounce jig worked around structure and cover.  The numbers and size is going up every couple of day and should get consistent soon.   Water temperature is 39-42 degrees and right at 6.5 foot below normal pool.  Weather is going to start warming up again, so we will be back on the water in a couple of days so watch for some fishing reports on Facebook.    Like our page and soon we may have a special for all the anglers out there.

  We have some good days open in March and April, so look at the weather, pick a day, and give us a call or email for a big bass trip soon.     It's February and the days are working slowly towards 12 hour of daylight.  These longer days, really starts these bass to moving even before the warming water does.  The next 3 weeks will really be the time those giant bass start moving shallower and putting on the feed bag before the big spawn starts in March.  These 3 weeks will produce some giant bass!  You just have to do your home work, get out there, pay attention to what is going on, find the pattern and catch the fish.... or you could just hire us.  We will do our best to make your trip as successful as possible.

  We are starting to catch some on suspending jerkbaits, traps, swimbaits, drop-shot, big spinnerbaits, and Mark's favorite, a 1/2 ounce jig worked around structure and cover.  The numbers and size is going up every couple of day and should get consistent soon.  .  Water temperature was 39-42 degrees and right at 6.5foot below normal pool.  Our weather will be warming now and the water temp will follow quickly as will our fishing trips.  We will be back on the lake in a couple of days, so watch for some fishing reports on Facebook.    Like our page and soon we may have a special for all the anglers out there.

  We have some good days open in March and April, so look at the weather, pick a day, and give us a call or email for a big bass trip soon.   Remember, replace old broken hooks, clean and oil your reels, check your guides on your rods, put new line on your reels and your set.... or as I said before, just come fish with us and we will furnish all equipment at no extra charge.  Be safe out there as the lake is still low.

 

 Remember, replace old broken hooks, clean and oil your reels, check your guides on your rods, put new line on your reels and your set.... or as I said before, just come fish with us and we will furnish all equipment at no extra charge.  Be safe out there as the lake is still low. Don't forget about May, there will possibly be spawning going on but on the upper end of the lake, the Top Water bite will be ON!  Bass Wishes and Tight Lines,

Barbara

Catch Report
CatchSpeciesLure/BaitBrandWeight (lb)Length (inches)
1Largemouth BassJerk BaitStorm619
2Largemouth BassFootball Head Jig922
3Largemouth BassSpoon720
4Largemouth BassRubber WormZoom22
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Fishing Report Provided by Texas Parks & Wildlife - Steve Lightfoot
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity:
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
February 24, 2015

FORKWater clear; 47–51 degrees; 7.02’ low. Black bass are fair on black and blue flipping jigs and umbrella rigs in 6–12’ of water along channel swings. White and yellow bass are good on slabs and minnows. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs near bridges and brush piles. Catfish are fair on trotlines.

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