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Tom Redington's
Lake Fork Bass Guide Service
Full Time Licensed Professional Bass Guide
Serving Lake Fork and Lake Monticello

**Sorry, completely booked February – August 2015**


My mission is to help you learn the skills to catch lots of big fish on Lake Fork—skills that will also help you catch more and bigger fish on your home lake and any other lakes you fish. In addition, I will focus my efforts on your goals for our trip—whether you want to learn a new technique, find fish for an upcoming tournament, learn the current patterns for a week’s visit to Fork, or just have an enjoyable day with friends, family or a client.

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Services offered:

bullet Specializing in teaching the science and patterns of Trophy Bass Fishing
bullet Contour map and fishing electronics interpretation
bullet Instructional Techniques to help you catch more and bigger fish on Lake Fork and your home lake
bullet Pre-fishing for upcoming tournaments
bullet Seasonal Pattern Fishing

About the Lakes:
Lake Fork: If there is a bass lake in Heaven, I can’t imagine how it could be much better than this East Texas jewel. As a result of trophy fishing management practices, Lake Fork has produced almost 70% of the Top 50 largest bass ever caught in Texas and is the undisputed Big Bass Capital of Texas. Encompassing over 27,000 acres, 300+ miles of shoreline, and dozens of protected coves, big bass are caught every day of the year. With only navigation channels cut in the native timber during construction, fertile water, and gentle rolling terrain; Lake Fork is a cover and structure fisherman’s dream, including a tremendous amount of flooded timber, hydrilla and milfoil, lily pads and cattails, humps, points, and roadbeds to fish. In addition to big bass, Fork also is very popular for its slab-sized crappie and its large catfish population.  Lake Fork is 70 miles east of Dallas.

Lake Monticello: This 2,000 acre power plant hot water discharge lake once held the Texas state largemouth bass record. Now, with its 14”-24” protective slot limit for bass and its year-round warm water, Monticello is chockfull of 4 to 9 pound bass. Bass pre-spawn starts here in November with spawning fish from December to early March. Due to the warm water, fishing is good at Monticello even after major winter cold fronts.  Monticello is about 30 miles East of Fork, just southeast of Mount Vernon.

The weather on Lake Fork is fishable year round.
Bass spawn at Lake Fork in February-early May and this is the busiest time of the year. May-August offers excellent topwater and structure fishing. Bass school in September and October, offering fast action. In November-January, big fish at Fork group up in deep water while starting to stage for pre-spawn, while bass start spawning at Lake Monticello. Monticello offers consistent numbers of good quality fish in the winter, while Fork gives you a better chance for a true trophy bass.

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Tom Redington's Sponsors

Boy Scouts of America, Ranger Boats, Mercury Outboards, Lake Fork Trophy Lures, Dobyns Rods, Diamond Sports Marine, Lowrance, Costa Del Mar Sunglasses, Power Pole, and Lucky Craft Lures
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