Well Fall is out of here and winter has definitely held off a while this year. The water is a little low, right at 2’ llow to be exact. Water temps have been in the low 60’s and should stay there until next week. The water color looks good all over the lake.
Fork is fishing typical for the fall right now. Backs of creeks with good vegetation and banks with good flooded brush have been good. Lil Caney, Birch, Glade, Running, and creeks similar are where I am finding these spots holding fish.
Im covering a lot of water using a white chatterbait with a 6th Sense Bongo, and a Snatch lipless crank. I am also getting some buzzbait and buzztoad bites. They’re up shallow in the grass. White has been the best overall color.
For bigger bites I’m targeting fish around random brush and timber using LiveScope. A jerkbait, spoon, and dropshot have been best, by far! This bite is going to get GOOD and we’ll catch some giants thru December
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