|David Vance (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Sunday, October 30, 2005 - 8:01 pm: ||
David Vance’s Lake Fork Fishing Report
Week Of 10/30/05
The Fall fishing this week Continues to be great, with good numbers of quality bass both shallow and deep. The early morning bite has been good on spinner baits and wacky worms. Best spinner bait for me has been a ¼ ounce Colorado willow with nickel and gold blade and a chartreuse and white skirt. This time of the year I will fish the spinner bait fast on the edge of the grass lines in 2-3 ft. of water. Best places right now are the main lake points and secondary points. In the same areas a wacky worm will produce some good fish . The worm I am using is a trick worm and the best colors have been June bug and watermelon red flake. This early morning bite has been good for the first three hours of the day. At mid-morning I have been moving out to a deep pattern with a jigging spoon and a Carolina rig, in 15-25 ft. of water. Yesterday we boated 46 bass and about 30 came on the jigging spoon and Carolina rig. Best places for the deep bite are creek channel bends and main lake humps/road beds. Some of the road beds that always produce this time of year are the 515 east and west and the 2946 road beds.
This week the three biggest bass we boated came off the 515 east bridge in 25 ft. of water. 2 over 7lbs. and one over 8lbs..
November is jigging spoon month on Lake Fork. The bass are starting to bunch up and a jigging spoon will put a lot of big bass in the boat this time of year.
I am now booking fall and spring dates. Book early to get the best available dates! Call 903-629-5085 or check out my website at http://www.lakeforktexasfishingreports.com Until next time.