Fishing Reports by Captain Doug Shampine

About The Author:

Company: DSP Guide Service

Area Reporting: Lake Fork

Bio: My Lake Fork Fishing Guide Service offers day trips for individual, corporate, or group sized parties on Lake Fork Tx. I furnish everything for your trip (rods and reels, baits and drinks and snacks)You may use a credit card to pay for your guide trip. I also offer guided crappie trips from May thru December. This is the lake where just one cast can get you a trophy bass or crappie. Summer and fall is a great time to catch crappie and for those too young to catch bass, catching a crappie is something all kids will enjoy. Just bring your filet knife and ice chest and take home a mess of great eating fish. I put out my own brush piles to fish around not just sit under the bridges where everyone else goes!!! I work hard to insure you have a great experience using Lake Fork guides on your fishing trip. I promise, you will not spend time on the community fishing holes, but fish my prime spots, including brush piles, which I personally put out for my clients. I want you to have such a great time, you will consider using my guide service each year, not just as a one time event. Making good friends is what it is all about!! So come fish with me on Lake Fork Texas, Check out my Fork fishing reports at the bottom of the page.

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Pre-spawn bass on Fork (2/29/2012)
[Lake Fork,TX] Bass moving into pre-spawn with warmer weather. Water temp on the rise.
Winter crappie fishing on Fork (1/02/2012)
[Lake Fork,TX] Crappie bite moved deeper into the winter pattern. Minnows working best
winter fishing Fork (12/20/2011)
[Lake Fork,TX] Bass shallow on Fork where you find shad
Fork Bite Still Slow (2/15/2010)
[Lake Fork,TX] Bass bite on Fork is still slow. Water muddy in upper ends and water temp is 43 main lake.
Bass Fishing Is Starting To Improve (3/02/2007)
[Lake Fork,TX] Bass fishing on Fork is starting to improve. A week of warm weather and warmer nights is helping. Surface temperature is still around 49-53 degrees depending on where you are on the lake.