David Vance's Lake Fork Report
<p>November is here and the fishing on Lake Fork during this month can be great! As the Bass prepare for winter, you will find plenty of feeding activity all over the lake and have an opportunity to catch some really Big Bass. Water conditions at Lake Fork are good with most of the lake fair to clear in the main lake.
Temperatures have been ranging from the mid to upper 60's and even low 70's on the warmer days. The Bass fishing over the past several days has been up and down. One day you go out and catch big numbers, and the next day struggle for a bite. I attribute this to all the rain we have had in the last month and the fluctuation of the lake. As we get away from these warm days, and the cold fronts start moving in, these Big Bass will put their feed bags on.
The shallow water bite has been good from the mouths to half way back in the creeks. Top water frogs, Buzz baits and poppers have been good early and late. Wacky worms and Fluke's are also doing well in the grass. Best colors have been Watermelon Candy and Watermelon Red. Shad colored lipless crank baits and spinner baits are also catching Bass up shallow fished over the grass, especially on wind blown grass beds with baitfish present.
The deep fishing is starting to kick into gear. Deep humps, road beds, points, ridges and old pond dams in 18-30 feet will all hold schools of Big Bass feeding on shad and bar fish this time of year. If you are on one of these spots at the right time, you can load the boat with some Quality Bass! A Carolina-rigged Centipede, Brush Hog, or Fluke rigged on 17lb line 1oz weight 3-4 foot leader and a 2/0 or 3/0 hook is what I am using on the deeper Bass. Jigging spoons will also catch some big Bass out deep as the water temperatures cool off.
November is a great time to be on Lake Fork, it is the start of our Big Bass season. You can catch big numbers of quality Bass, and with it being hutting season, you will almost have the lake to yourself. If you would like to book a guide trip and get in on some great fall Bass fishing, you can reach me at 903-629-7699 (office) or 903-629-5085 (cell).
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About The Author: Captain David Vance
Company: Lake Fork Guide Service
Area Reporting: Lake Fork
Bio: Fork literally being built. David would hunt and fish the area as a boy and knows every road hump, old bridge, pond, creek, and timber underwater. All of this combined makes David Vance the most experienced Top Guide on Lake Fork. This gives his clients the advantage for a successful experience. A Ranger Boat is Second to None. When you fish with David you will fish off of a late model, fully rigged Ranger Boat. Call David at 903-629-3683 or Email David to book your Lake Fork Guide Fishing Trip. Don\'t miss out on the fishing adventure of a lifetime. Book early for best selection dates.