Lake Fork Crappie Fishing

Lake Fork has been a popular for largemouth bass for years, as anglers come to try their luck on this popular fishing destination. However, Crappie fishing is also very popular here.

Here are some tried and true Crappie Fishing locations:

Little Caney Creek: From December through February dawn to dusk, try live minnows, pink and white jigs fished on drop offs and in creek channels.

154 Bridge: Fish November through May dawn to mid-day, using pink/white or blue/white jigs or live minnows around the bridge pilings.

Mustang Bridge: March through July, dawn through the morning, using minnows, jigs and split shot fishing bridge piles.

West end of Dam: Fish October through February dawn, morning and dusk using 1/16 ounce jigs doubled rigged in the brush.

2946 Bridge: March through July, fish all day using live minnows blue and grey jigs. Fish on the point in the trees.

Keep up to date regarding the latest Crappie fishing as it does change often. If you base what you do on inaccurate info, you might be unpleasantly surprised by the outcome. Make sure you get the latest update for your trip. Local guides offer the latest crappie reports on many of their websites. Be sure to get the latest information on this popular fish so you can be at the right place to bag your limit.

In Conclusion:
Lake Fork Texas is by far one of the most popular lakes in Texas and the United States. It has produced 65% of the state of Texas trophy bass. Be prepared for a great Crappie fishing trip you will never forget.
  

 

 

 John Tatman reports on popular  Lake Fork fishing. Also see RV parks or Toledo Bend Crappie Fishing.

 

 

 

 
 

 
 

 

Lake Fork Texas Crappie Fishing

 
Here are some great Crappie Fishing locations:

Mustang Bridge: March through July, dawn through the morning, using minnows, jigs and split shot fishing bridge piles.

West end of Dam: Fish October through February dawn, morning and dusk using 1/16 ounce jigs doubled rigged in the brush.

2946 Bridge: March through July, fish all day using live minnows blue and grey jigs. Fish on the point in the trees.

Lake Fork Crappie Fishing

Lake Fork has been a popular for largemouth bass for years, as anglers come to try their luck on this popular fishing destination. However, Crappie fishing is also very popular here.

Little Caney Creek: From December through February dawn to dusk, try live minnows, pink and white jigs fished on drop offs and in creek channels.

154 Bridge: Fish November through May dawn to mid-day, using pink/white or blue/white jigs or live minnows around the bridge pilings.