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TX (Hopkins, Rains, Wood)

Lake Fork

SEASON: Post-Spawn (Current)
SPECIES: Largemouth Bass
WATER CLARITY: 3/10

Relevant Gear for Lake Fork Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing

Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing Reports

We have no Fishing Reports for Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass yet.

Other Season Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Scott Watkins

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Humps

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Drop Shots

  • Reported by Seth Feider

    Cranking shallow points early in the morning produced the biggest fish of the tournament. The new OG slim from Rapala was key in tricking pressured fish to bite. The rod... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Points

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')

    Rapala OG Slim 06 Crankbait Green Gizzard Shad / 2 3/4"

    OG Slim 06 Crankbait Green Gizzard Shad / 2 3/4"

    rapala

  • Reported by Patrick Walters

    To say that Lake Fork is absolutely loaded with world class largemouth bass, would be a true understatement of that fishery! But with that said, during the Fall time of... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Stumps

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Jerk Baits

    Rapala Shadow Rap Deep 4 3/8" / Albino Shiner

    Shadow Rap Deep 4 3/8" / Albino Shiner

    rapala

  • Reported by Tom Behrens

    Catfish are fair on prepared bait and cut bait.

    Season: Winter

    Structure: Humps

    Species: Catfish

    Technique: Live Bait Rigs

  • Reported by Tom Behrens

    Bite is slow with search baits. Viper XP Jigs are a good choice for big bass around big timber in 6-8 ft.. Chatter baits in red or chartreuse/white in 3-5... Read More

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Stumps

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Deep Diving Crankbaits (13'+)

  • Reported by Kristine Fischer

    Look for numbers holding in pockets with plenty of cover and warmer water. Bigger fish can be caught flipping and punching matted grass, or fishing 8-10 FOW transition areas.... Read More

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Grass Jigs

  • Reported by Katherine Field

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Docks

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Ned Rigs

  • Reported by Pete Przepiora

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Stumps

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Swim Jigs

  • Reported by Gerald Hawkins

    Seem to be getting more hookups between 4 and 5 foot of water wind about 5 mph early morning and late afternoon. Focus on cypress trees and lay downs

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Laydowns

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Spinnerbaits

  • Reported by Tom Behrens

    Crappie are fair on jigs and minnows around any structure.

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Brush Piles

    Species: Crappie

    Technique: Texas Rigs (Worming)

  • Reported by Tom Behrens

    White and yellow bass are fair in deep water under bait schools.

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Baitfish

    Species: White Bass

    Technique: Spoons

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