Lake Fork and North East Texas was hit by a severe Winter Storm crippling the area. Freezing the Lake solid in the shallow parts of the Lake. Water Temperatures plummeted over 20 degrees, putting the bass in shock. The fishing has brutal the last few days. The best chance to putting fish in the boat is going deep with a jigging spoon. The best is one of Roy Greer’s Spoon.
I wasn’t able to fish this week. But, when talking to some Lake Fork Guides and others who did fish. It was hit and miss at best. The people that were catching them were catching good fish and the others were having brutal weeks. It seems the bite has moved deeper with the cooler temperatures. Best around 12-15 ft of water.
In this video, I continue the search for my Next Bass Boat. I narrowed the Contenders to TWO. Phoenix 721 PRO XP VS Skeeter ZXR 20. In this video, I do a more in depth comparison of the Phoenix 721 PRO XP VS Skeeter ZXR 20 and make a decision on which boat will be most likely my next Bass Boat.
It’s time to sell the 2018 Tracker 175 TXW and upgrade to a larger Bass Boat. So, I begin The Search for My Next Bass Boat. In this video, I set the criteria for my next Bass Boat and how I researched them. I choose my Top 4 contenders and discuss all four boats: the Bass Cat Pantera II, the Caymas CX19, the Phoenix 721 Pro XP and the Skeeter ZXR 20
This is my Lake Fork Fishing Report for OCTOBER 15TH 2020
The Fall transition has happen on the Lake Fork the cooler weather has cooled down the water temperatures. The fishing was excellent on Lake Fork last weekend. We caught 40+ Bass on a Watermelon colored Baby Brush Hogs on the Drop Shot & Shakey Heads.
This is my report for the Lake Fork Sealy Big Bass Splash Day 2. We caught fish today and missed by hundredth of ounces in grabbing three checks. No issues today, some WD40 got my trolling motor latch working good again.