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Brooks Rogers'
Lake Fork Fishing Report

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Brooks Rogers

We keep getting rains here weekly on Lake Fork keeping everything green and full. Currently bass are being caught in all depths and all over the lake. With it being early June and plenty of cover you can just about pick any lure and technique and have a decent chance of catching bass.

Right now I'm having some really good mornings catching bass on a Zara Spook and Yellow Magic popper. I'm fishing these lures around coontail moss and over creeks. When the topwater bite fades I'm throwing a Texas rigged worm in these same areas and some moving down the creek. Best depths for the worm in the creeks are 8-12 feet and flats 3-6. Worm choices I don't think matter much it's all about finding an active group of bass, but mostly I throw red bug or red shad with a 3/16oz weight. Also I'm catching some on a square billed crankbait and worm on shallow ridges. Best ridges have 4-5 foot on top and surrounded by 8-10 foot. Some of the deeper structure spots I normally fish this time of year haven't been as productive but that should change. I also am catching a few flipping willow bushes. It's a fun way to fish but in these willows they're not everywhere, you must cover a lot of water but when you find the right stretch you can do well.

I still have some June dates open. Call me for availability 903 780-0680 and like my Facebook page for pictures and reports. Thanks.

Fishing Report by Lake Fork Guide Brooks Rogers

Phone:(903) 780-0680


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