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Lake Fork Weekly Fishing Report

Pro Guide Tom EvansReport Submitted: 4/2/2023

Lake Fork is 18 inches low and water temperature is ranging 60-67 degrees. All the areas I’m fishing are 2-4 ft visibility. We have a lot of flooded vegetation from the draw down, Beanie trees are not easy to fish, and a lot of new aquatic growth. I’ve NOT seen any hydrilla. Lots of water willow and Black willow, pencil grass and Rose weed. All great cover for bass. I’m not seeing any signs of the flooded vegetation creating any problems from decaying. I’m seeing a few bass fry and that’s wonderful. The fry have everything they need to survive, unlike the past 2 years. What a boost this year will be in the future.

My clients are catching bass on a wide variety of baits now from top water to bottom dragging plastic. Just adjusting to the conditions. The weather has been a factor as it is every spring. Don’t let the weather guessers scare you off. It’s spring time in Texas. We are gonna have some spring storms. Most of us have radar in our pocket now, just us it wisely.

For the first time since I’ve been guiding I have as many open days as booked days in April so if you’re looking for a guide give me a call. April is a great month for Bass fishing, don’t miss out. I would love an opportunity to earn your business. 

Tom Evans 972-974-6552

Fishing Report by Lake Fork Guide Tom Evans
Lake Fork Guide Service
(972) 974-6552
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