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Half Day Trip
4.5 hours / $350 for 1-2 people / $100 Each Additional Person up to 5 Total
Full Day Trip
8 hours / $500 for 1-2 people / $100 Each Additional Person up to 5 Total
(longer trips and night trips can be arranged)
**additional guides for larger parties or corporate trips can be accommodated with advanced notice.**
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What do we need to bring?
Appropriate seasonal clothing-it is always cooler on the water and you can take it off if needed.
Rain suit if the weatherman evens suggests rain
Sunglasses (Polarized are the best for fishing)
Sun screen and be sure you use it
Camera (we can take iPhone pics and share)
Snacks and drinks (My boat has a Frigid Rigid cooler and I provide the ice)
Texas Resident Freshwater Fishing License (Annual – $30, One Day – $11) or Non-resident Freshwater Fishing License (Annual – $58, One Day- $16). Prices subject to change. Can get at any Walmart or at the Marina
(For license by mail call Texas Parks & Wildlife 1-800-895-4248)
Do you furnish rods, reels, and lures and bait?
If we fish live bait, we will usually catch what we need but if we purchase Black Salty’s they are $17 per pound.
All lures will be furnished at no additional cost. There is no additional charge for the use of my rods and reels, but I do ask that you replace any equipment if dropped in the lake Please let me know in advance if you will need to use my equipment so I will know if you need casting or spinning.
What will we do for lunch?
Lake Fork has several places to eat on the lake, and we usually take a break to eat lunch at one of these restaurants. But you can bring snack lunches if you prefer to stay on the water. Please just let me know in advance if you plan on bringing lunch so I can pack a sandwich too!!!
Where should we stay?
There are many places to stay on Lake Fork. Lake Fork Marina, Popes, Mustang, Lake Fork Resort, Oak Ridge and The Minnow Bucket.
Can you handle group or corporate trips?
Yes, we love group trips and do our best to make sure your group has FUN. I work with many of the other top guides on the lake, and I can make all the arrangements for you. For groups we need to know dates as quickly as possible so that we can line up the best guides and motel accommodations (if needed).
Do you guide on any other lakes?
Yes. I also guide for striped fish on Lake Tawakoni and Cooper. I guide on Lake Monticello and Welsh also for bass. Welsh is a power plant lake and is best in fall and winter as the bass spawn early here due to hot water discharge. These two lakes have excellent bass fishing and not much fishing pressure.
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