Lake Fork Reservoir

Wood - Texas

  • 696 catches

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  • 443 spots

Regarded as the best bass lake in Texas and one of the top in the U.S. The six heaviest Largemouth Bass on record and 36 of the 50 largest bass in Texas came from Fork. There's good Crappie here. 27,690 acres

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Lake Fork Reservoir Fishing Reports

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  1. 1 lb. 11 oz. 14 in. Black Crappie

    1. Erich Senft 0
      beautiful patterns and color on that one !
  2. 5 lb. 5 oz. 23 in. Largemouth Bass with a Bobby Garland Baby Shad Swim'R

  3. 8.5 lbs

    Largemouth Bass with a frog

    1. Andy Ferrell 0
      That's a beaut!!
    2. Melissa Norris 0
      nice catch 😀
    3. Don Coe 0
      Lunker Bass!
    4. Really nice one Mike
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  4. 9.5 lbs

    Largemouth Bass with a square bill

    1. Scott Sorrell 0
      Very nice...Lake Fork has some monsters
    2. Melissa Norris 0
      nice one 😀
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  5. 5 lb. 12 oz. Largemouth Bass with a swimbait

    1. Scott Sorrell 0
      That's a nice one
  6. 5 lb. 2 oz. Largemouth Bass

    1. Good one Purplefish Adv.
  7. 5 lb. 2 oz. Largemouth Bass

    1. There are lots of good areas on Lake Fork. Fish are post spawn now and soon will be moving to summer pattern. It depends on when you go. I would focu3on the main ...more lake near key points like those at the mouth of little caney. It is critical you pay attention to the boat lanes. There are lots of stumps. That said. Mouth of Ray branch, mouth of Dale Creek, point outside alligator cove. All these areas are holding fish that can be caught. Good luck!
    2. im new to lake fork and may be going for my first time, do you know any good bay areas?
    3. im new to lake fork and may be going for my first time, do you know any good bay areas?
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