Well Fall is out of here and winter has definitely kicked in. The water is still super low, 6.90’ low to be exact. Water temps have been in the high 50’s and should stay there for sometime. The water color looks good all over the lake.
I’ve been focusing my mornings on windy points with a jerkbait and flat sided crankbaits. A chatterbait and small Swimbait have worked, as well. Once the sun gets up, I use my electronics and scan off-shore on humps and long points for schools out deep. I’m targeting those fish with a Carolina rig and a football jig. We’ve also been targeting suspended fish, in all depths, with Livescope and several baits. Jigging spoon, Alabama rig, and jerkbait. These fish are just off points chasing bait.
This month and December will put out some of the biggest fish we’ll catch this year. Come out and get some, I have trips available!
Water Temp : 49°
Water Color : dirty
Lake Forks about 5-1/4‘ low and pretty dirty right now. The recent rain, and expected rain have and will have the lake dirtied up for a while. That hasn’t seemed to matter, tho! We’ve been LiveScoping suspended bass in timber and brush. Staying around the main lake stretches at the mouth of major creeks. I’m throwing a 6th Sense Provoke jerkbait, the suspending, sinking, and deep diver. Wabi Sabi is my best color. The arig is a big player, also. I’m throwing t
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