Lake Fork Fishing Report

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December 2014

HAPPY THANKSGIVING ALL! We have so very much to be thankful for each and every year that goes by. We have Christmas quickly approaching and have Gift Certificates available for that special person in your life, boss, friend, or anyone that has a love of fishing or just wants to learn. Let us help you make someone’s Christmas a special one!

We are so stoked about the fishing that is ahead of us on Lake Fork. The lake may be low, but the fish are biting and will continue to do so. You just have to get out there and keep that bait in the water to have a chance to catch your personal best or even a ShareLunker. We can teach beginners, special techniques, help you learn more about the lake and the patterns, or even put you on fish for your freezer. Lake Fork just recently produced the first ShareLunker of the season with a 13.88 pound bass.

Now for the fishing report that you have been waiting on. When you are jigging and spooning and you reel in a big Yellow Bass and a giant Bass try’s to take it away from you, you know the fall trophy time is here! Mark had made a prediction on when a ShareLunker would be caught on Lake Fork and he just missed it by a week. He told our listeners on the Brian Hughes Texas Fishing & Outdoors Show that we give fishing reports on every Saturday and Sunday that a ShareLunker would be caught the week of Thanksgiving. He may have missed it, but happy to see it happen when it did. Unless we get some super bad cold fronts from now to the first of the year, there will be more of these giants caught.

We are catching bass from 5 foot to 28 foot on Spoons, Jigs, and Carolina rigs in the deeper water. Spinnerbaits, light Jigs, Texas rigs and wacky worms up shallow. Not everyday produces a lot of bites, but if you are fishing right, some really quality bass are to be had. We are trying to fish as much as possible to keep up with the fish that are trying to gang up and moving onto their winter spots. We have some good days open now and even some weekend days, so we hope to hear from you and provide you with a great fishing trip. Don’t forget about the awesome crappie fishing on Lake Fork. For black and white crappie caught from DEC. 1 through the last day of FEB., there is no minimum length limit and all crappie caught must be retained. From March through November, minimum length is 10 inches. Year-round daily bag limit is 25 crappie in any combination. Want to have a fish fry? We will help you, and fillet and bag your catch. We got to go out a few days ago together for some fun fishing and had a blast catching Yellow Bass, Bass, and a whole lot of Sandbass. Better yet, was getting to eat them with the family.

If you want a guide trip or Gift Certificate, please give us a call at 903-765-3120 or click on our pictures and email us. Or to email Mark, send to, or me at

We look forward to hearing from you and fishing with you.
Bass Wishes,
Mark and Barbara Stevenson


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