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Lance Vick Lake Fork Report (video link)

June 25, 2010

Lance Vick Lake Fork Report

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August Lake Fork Report Guide Lance Vick

August 24, 2009

Carl Jocumsen, Australia’s 2008 Bass Classic Champ and AOY and Josh Batterson the Skeeter Boss in Austrailia give us a Aussy Lake Fork report From their Skeeter trip of a Lifetime to the USA

Check it out here
www.lakeforkreport.com
Lake Fork is about a foot low, Water temps around 85 to 89
Fishing has been OK to good, Numbers have improved this week
12 fish has been the average and 30 fish to be a really good day, catching some nice fish up to around 7 plus pounds but nothing better that lately .
The shallow bite has been ok early on topwater buzz frogs, texas rig worms and weightless flukes,The rest of the day has been a little of everything ,drop shot,shakey head ,carolina rig,football head jig,chatter bait,crankbait and a few dropping fish.
The Fish have shifted to shallower water around grass on points, creek channels in the backs of the creeks.During Sept the water in the Lake changes quite
a bit with the turn over so watch the water color in the area your fishing, brown water could mean it is turning and the fish may be hard to catch .The green water is where we are catching fish,during this time frame of the year its seems whats works today in a area will not work the next day,so it takes
a lot more work to stay up with the fish changing techniques often and locations .With the wind today we caught two six pounds throwing chatter baits down windy grass lines.As sept grows the moving baits like chatterbaits, small crankbaits should start pulling thier weight on winder days .On calm days the top water poppers and fluke type baits, wacky rigs and texas rigs will be my go to lures.
Good fishing to everyone, and please be safe during the Mcdonalds tournament this Sept no tourament is as important our fishing family










Video Report by Guide Lance Vick and Brooks Rogers

May 23, 2009

Lance Vick Lake Fork Report April 24, 2009

April 25, 2009

Lake Fork Report on video go to
http://www.lakeforkreport.com
Lake Level is full water temp is 63 to 70
Bass are in Full spawn,
Best areas pockets and coves (out of the wind ha ha )
1 to 4 foot of water .
weightless worms rigged wacky and texs rig ,Grande Bass rattle snakes in the watermelon red and green pumkin and watermelon.
Fish Wacky Ratllesnakes around standing timber and alligator
grass fish texas rig in heavy cover hydrilla and holes in the shallow water.
Sight Fishing is off the wall, Look for fish behind and in front and underneath alligator grass and around stumps and hydrilla Catch’em with and Texas rig 4.5 bubble gum Rattlesnake
or white or pink Black Angel jig with a white mega chunk.
Good fishing to everyone.

Lance Vick March 2009 Video Report

March 25, 2009

Lance Vick Lake Fork Video Report Feb 2009

March 4, 2009

Lance Vick Lake Fork Report 3-1-09

March 2, 2009

Lake Fork is on fire, the big ones are shallow
first spawners are doing it right now
water level is about a foot low, water temp is 55-62 but rises quickly.
water color is stained to clear

One of the great things about Spring time is the heavy duty
winds and stormy weather,you say thats crazy Lance,
Well during these events two things come into play
Bass spawn in out of the wind areas and BIG BASS bite during fronts.So take these two events and use them to your advantage
Dress right (watch the lighting)find areas out of the wind and fish slowly .
For the report right now the bite is great early and late
and since they are on the beds the bite is good during the middle of the day sight fishing.

For areas and lure presention,
It is Spring and the bass are spawning right now, so look for flats with warmer water
and plenty of cover wood, and grass,having a creek channel near by is very important.
We have been locating fish with two lures a Vision Lure spinner bait and 5 inch swim baits.
once we go thought a area and get a few bites we go back thought with the work horse lure this year.
A Diamondback Rattlesnake rigged weightless on twenty pound line and a 6/0 ewg hook,and covering the area
very good. this lure has the right size and profile and fall rate to get the big bite .Colors that work best
are real shad and killer green pumokin when it is cloudy and watermelon red and watermelon chartruese when the
sun is out.Lake Fork is the KIng of weightless worm lakes the cover and size of fish make this lure presenation
shine.Get out to Fork, we have a little catching up to do to put Conroe back in her place ,,Good Fishing

See Lake Fork video report for more info http://www.lakeforkreport.com

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Lake Fork Report Guide Brooks Rogers and Lance Vick

January 10, 2009

Lake Fork Guide Lance Vick video Report 7-25-2008

July 26, 2008

Great report by Lance Vick