Lake Fork is a great trophy bass lake, which is located about 80 miles east of Dallas, Texas. The lake boasts the state record bass, weighing 18.18 lbs. Lake Fork also ranks high on the top 20 list of big bass weighing over 15lbs. caught in Texas. Lake Fork is a man-made reservoir of 27,000 surface acres and has an abundance of grass, timber and under-water structures, the perfect fishing habitat.
Lake Fork was created as a textbook fishery, including initial stockings before the lake filled. Lake Fork was established, by the Texas Parks and Wildlife, as a premier bass fishing lake, with 732,514 Florida Black Bass being stocked from 1979 through 1987. Lake Fork offers excellent fish habitat with 80% standing timber left intact, and hydrilla, milfoil, and duckweed being the predominant vegetation. Other species of fish include Catfish, Black and White Crappie, Sunfish, and Bluegill. The predominant food source for the larger fish is Shad, Minnows, and Crawfish. To preserve the great Lake Fork bass fisheries, the Texas Parks and Wildlife implemented a protected slot limit of no bass between 16 and 24 inches will be kept, and will be returned back into the waters of Lake Fork immediately.
To book an enjoyable day on the lake
Full Day Guided Trip: $550.00
Half Day Guided Trip: $350.00
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