Keep yourself up to date about the latest fishing report. If you base what you do on inaccurate information, you might be unpleasantly surprised by the consequences. Make sure you get the latest update for your trip. The local guides offer reports on their websites. Be sure to get the right report so you can be at the right place to bag your limit.
Here are some good fishing locations on the lake and best lures to use:
When fishing in Wolf Creek – I suggest you use Texas Rigged worms (watermelon) under any boatdocks and channels. When fishing in Trout Cove – suggest using watermelon lizards and flukes with no weights. In Lake Fork Creek – use watermelon lizards, red rattletraps.
If you get a chance, try the fishing in Running Creek – suggest using weightless senkos, white spinner baits. In Birch Creek – use shallow water red crank baits. In White Oak Bay – use Texas rigged worms, jigs in creeks. In Glade Creek – use spinners, senkos along bank.
A variety of watermelon green plastic worms and lizards seems to work well during the hot months when fished in grass. Early morning top water baits are just about anything that floats. Normally Poppers, Prop Baits, Flukes, or just about any Stick Bait.
Lake Fork Texas, is located in the northeast part of the state. The Pool level is 403 ft mls with a fluctuation average of 2 to 4 ft annually. The normal lake water is slight to moderate algal staining. Lk Fork has a surface area of 27,364 acres with a maximum depth of 70 ft.