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Lake Fork Creeks: This is one reason Lake Fork produces so many trophy bass.

 

 

 

 

THE MAIN CREEKS:

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LAKE FORK CREEK: This is the largest creek in Lake Fork and was the one that the dam was constructed on. Also it's where Lake Fork derived it's name from. Most all the creeks in Lake Fork drain directly or indirectly into Lake Fork Creek. This creek was a fairly significant one. In most areas it was capable of draining vast amounts of water from the surrounding area. Lake Fork Creek makes up the northwest side (left side) of the characteristic "V" of Lake Fork. This creek is located in too deep of water to fish effectively for bass except in the extreme upper regions, or where it comes close to underwater humps.

CANEY CREEK: This creek makes up the northeast side (right side) of the "V" of Lake Fork. Caney Creek was a fairly large creek and is fishable in quite a few areas, especially in the mid to upper regions. Caney Creek intersects Lake Fork Creek near the dam.

LITTLE CANEY CREEK: This creek forms the smaller middle body of water between the "V" of the lake. Little Caney Creek is fishable most everywhere and this entire region has produced some of Forks' largest bass.

BIRCH CREEK: This creek forms a large cove between the Highway 515 and 2946 bridge. Birch Creek was a fairly significant creek. This entire cove would have to be considered one of the 5 best areas to fish on Lake Fork.

 

 

 

 

 

THE SECONDARY CREEKS:

CARROLL CREEK: This creek makes several good bends and comes fairly close to the shoreline in many areas. Joins with Running Creek and has many areas thick with vegetation during warm months.

RUNNING CREEK: Generally the cove this creek forms is 10 feet and under in depth. Both Carroll and Running Creek join just south of the FM-2225 road. Once joined, Running Creek continues to the south making many sharp bends in various water depths.

LONG CREEK: Creates a fairly large cove that has been popular with fishermen over the years. This creek makes several nice bends and comes very close to many points.

GLADE CREEK: Creates a smaller fork on the Caney Creek side of Lake Fork. Several unnamed creeks drain into Glade Creek. This entire region is very popular during the spawning season. Glade Creek joins with CANEY  CREEK about midways under the FM-515 east bridge.

ISHMEAL CREEK: This creek joins together with Elm Creek to create a fairly large cove just north of the FM-514 bridge. The cove they create contains many well defined creek bends, several excellent points and a few stock tanks.

MAGEE CREEK: This creek intersects with Johnson Camp Creek to form a fairly large cove then continues on to drain into Lake Fork Creek.

PENSON SPRING CREEK: The creek that runs under the FM-2946 bridge and then intersects with another unnamed creek then drains into Lake Fork Creek.

TAYLOR CREEK: Makes several nice bends, intersects with several smaller creeks and also ran under an asphalt road.

BELL CREEK: Intersects with several unnamed creeks and also ran under an asphalt road.

WHITE OAK CREEK: Just northeast of the SH-515 west bridge. This creek makes numerous bends, intersects with two other unnamed creeks and ran under an asphalt road.

WOLF CREEK: Creates a fairly large cove in the mid-lake area that's been popular with fishermen. The area has many deep water drop-offs, and comes very close to a very visible main lake point.

DALE CREEK: This creek creates a large cove that has also been popular with fishermen. Intersects with five other unnamed creeks, makes several excellent bends, ran under an asphalt road and comes very close to a group of small islands.

RAY CREEK: Ray Creek creates a large cove next to the dam and also intersects with two other unnamed creeks.

MUSTANG CREEK: Makes several well defined bends and runs under the FM-17 bridge. Mustang Creek creates a large cove that has numerous creeks, points and intersects with many unnamed creeks.

LITTLE MUSTANG CREEK: Makes several bends, intersects with many other unnamed creeks and also runs under the FM-17 bridge.

WILLIAMS CREEK: This creek makes several nice bends and comes close to many points. William's Creek also runs under the FM-17 bridge.

CHANEY CREEK: Makes several excellent bends and ran under an asphalt road.

SEARCY CREEK: Makes several excellent bends and comes close to many points. Drains into an unnamed creek.

BOARDTREE CREEK: Flowed under the FM-2946 bridge on the southern end and comes very close to a well-defined point that has a roadbed close by.  

LAKE FORK CREEK: This is the largest creek in Lake Fork and was the one that the dam was constructed on. Also it's where Lake Fork derived it's name from. Most all the creeks in Lake Fork drain directly or indirectly into Lake Fork Creek. This creek was a fairly significant one. In most areas it was capable of draining vast amounts of water from the surrounding area. Lake Fork Creek makes up the northwest side (left side) of the characteristic "V" of Lake Fork. This creek is located in too deep of water to fish effectively for bass except in the extreme upper regions, or where it comes close to underwater humps.

 

Lake Fork Reservoir has many named creeks and no less than 75 unnamed ones. Many times these smaller creeks are called "branches". Virtually all these smaller creeks are fishable and consistently produce trophy bass. Some of these secondary creeks were small creeks that only contained water after a rain storm, while a few others held water all year

 

CANEY CREEK: This creek makes up the northeast side (right side) of the "V" of Lake Fork. Caney Creek was a fairly large creek and is fishable in quite a few areas, especially in the mid to upper regions. Caney Creek intersects Lake Fork Creek near the dam.

LITTLE CANEY CREEK: This creek forms the smaller middle body of water between the "V" of the lake. Little Caney Creek is fishable most everywhere and this entire region has produced some of Forks' largest bass.

BIRCH CREEK: This creek forms a large cove between the Highway 515 and 2946 bridge. Birch Creek was a fairly significant creek. This entire cove would have to be considered one of the 5 best areas to fish on LAKE FORK.

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