Lake Fork Guide Andrew Grills Report 9-25-13

The McDonald’s tournament is over and as I expected, there were a good number of big fish weighed in. This continues to be a great year for bigger fish, although numbers have been a little lower for me. The cold front and rain this past weekend have really changed the fishing patterns. Now I will be concentrating in shallow water and wont be fishing very deep for a few weeks. Luckily we have some good grassy areas that I’m really looking forward to fishing this fall. Fishing might be slow for the next few days, but an extended forecast of cooler weather should help the lake settle back down.

A couple techniques that will work are Texas rigged plastics and dropshots. For now, smaller baits like baby brush hogs or speedcraws will be good choices on the Texas rigs. Trick worms or finesse worms are what I always use on my dropshot.

Keep in mind that some of the best fishing Lake Fork has to offer is coming later in October through the New Year. Here are some nice fish we caught last week. If you would like to book a trip call me anytime.
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