Lake Fork General Information:
Lake Fork in Texas has proven year after year that this lake give big bass hunters a chance to catch a real Trophy. Ten pound plus bass are a common occurance at Lake Fork. The Lake Fork largemouth bass record is 18lbs 3oz and 26inches long. This Texas lake holds more than trophy largemouth. Lake fork is an excellent lake to get some crappie fishing and catfishing in.
Lake Fork Fishing Information:
when lake fork was flooded, it was created to be a blueprint for trophy bass lakes. The initial stocking of hundreds of thousands of Florida Strain Black Bass set Lake fork on a path to become the premier bass fishing reservoir in the nation. The Florida Black Bass were stocked from the lake 1970's through the late 1980's. The fish habitat is set up perfectly for largemouth bass fishing. All fisherman have to love to fight trees if they want to fish this lake. With practically every inch of this lake full of flooded timer. To be at full speed on this lake with a bass boat takes some stones. Throw in the hydrilla, milfoil, and duckweek, and the abundance of baitfish for largemouth to grow huge including shad, minnows, crawfish, sunfish and bluegill. To preserve the excellent fishing at Lake Fork, the Texas Parks and Wildlife implemented a slot limit of no bass between 16 and 24 inches will be kept. A 5 bass per day limit can be kept, consisting of 5 under 16 inches, or 1 over 24 inches, and 4 under 16 inches.