Lake Fork Marina Bass Fishing Report

Sorry for the lack of reports lately, I have been fishing at night during weird hours but I haven’t been catching many fish.  My old summer night holes are really hit and miss this year with fish moving in and back out before I can land more than a couple.  No black spinnerbait bite to speak of this year, only thing producing any bites for me has been the black and blue Gene Larew hawg craw and 10″ Plum Berkley Power Worms.  I decided to do a reorder on plum power worms and found out that Berkley discontinued the color this year, so I am stuck with only 80 for personal use.  (If you have any sources on where to find them please email me cameron@lakeforkmarina.com)

Not exactly sure why this summer bite isn’t as predictable as it has been in recent years, swim bait bite has dried up and about the only thing that is really selling are 1oz and 3/4oz carolina rig weights and the Norman DD22.  Oddly I have not seen or heard of any fish over the 11lb mark in almost 2 weeks, I’m sure a lot of it has to do with the lack of traffic…but it is definitely an off time.

Not a whole lot of traffic during the weekdays.  On the rare day I get to go out I have the most publicly known holes all to myself…but I am finding a TON of suspended fish and very sparse balls of shad on the north end.  I am completely clueless on what the hell these fish are doing.  Seems like the guides that are fishing are having trouble finding a reliable pattern as well, good numbers and size one day and almost a blank the next.

I could really use a few more report writers…feel free to email me at: cameron@lakeforkmarina.com

Tight lines, hope you can figure them out!

Cameron Burnett

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One Response to “Lake Fork Marina Bass Fishing Report”

  1. Gloria Says:

    This method of fishing also has a by-catch of non-target species such as sharks, dolphins, turtles, and other non-target fish species.
    You will also want to have a supply of different lines that you
    can use. Yet sometimes a net is better to use because it usually
    doesn’t harm the fish and will most likely be easier for you to prepare the fish for later.

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