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Lake Fork
Fishing Report

Lake Fork has an excellent reputation for big bass and cats. The current record for largemouth on Lake Fork is BIG, weighing in at 18.18 pounds pounds, 25.50 inches. That fish was caught by Barry St. Clair in January, 1992. Like most fisheries in Texas, you're chances are better when the temps are more moderate. If you just can't resist fishing in the dead of summer, night fishing Fork can be pretty productive. 

The record Blue Catfish stands at 71.5 pounds, 52.50 inches caught in 1995 by Tony Shamburger. And the Flathead record is a whopping 80 pounds, 49 inches caught by Sam Cotton in 2015.

Fishing Regulations

Current Lake Fork Fishing Report

01-25-2023 | Read the Video Transcript
Grade B
Lake Pros rate their lakes A, B, or C based on how the lake is fishing. An A rating means the fishing is great and C means the lake might be fishing tough

Video Report Transcript

hey what's going on everyone Sam here from Lake Pro tackle this video is going to be a fishing report over Lake Fork you know famous like Fork fishing right now is pretty tough Tristan is our Lake Pro to get us this information so thank you Tristan. If you want to become a lake Pro sign up online at lakeportackle.com and if you want to see the exact lures and full report head over to likeprotactical.com if you aren't here already so guys water temps right now are going to be anywhere from 51 to 53 in the main part of the lake water Clarity is going to be around half a foot to a foot Tristan said he was catching a lot of fish on a jig flipping baits as well as crankbaits as well again if you want to see those exact lures head over to the website thanks for watching guys we'll see you next time
Lake Fork has an excellent reputation for big bass and cats. The current record for largemouth on Lake Fork is BIG, weighing in at 18.18 pounds pounds, 25.50 inches. That fish was caught by Barry St. Clair in January, 1992. Like most fisheries in Texas, you're chances are better when the temps are more moderate. If you just can't resist fishing in the dead of summer, night fishing Fork can be pretty productive. 

The record Blue Catfish stands at 71.5 pounds, 52.50 inches caught in 1995 by Tony Shamburger. And the Flathead record is a whopping 80 pounds, 49 inches caught by Sam Cotton in 2015. Fishing Regulations
Local Species

Lake Fork Fishing Reports