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    Sam Rayburn vs Lake Fork spawn

    On average do these two bodies of water have their spawn happen usually around the same time? If not why is that? Thx for any info. Steve
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    Spawn at Fork is goin to be jacked up if it doesn’t catch water soon. I can’t really help with your question, I’d assume they could be very close to each other in timing.

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    #3
    the rayburn spawn is a few weeks earlier, it warms up faster down there. 2 hours north makes a huge difference

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    #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenix 920 Pro XP View Post
    the rayburn spawn is a few weeks earlier, it warms up faster down there. 2 hours north makes a huge difference
    That's amazing. Thx
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    Another post a guy says they are lowering fork 7' in February to work on the dam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North Kitty View Post
    Another post a guy says they are lowering fork 7' in February to work on the dam
    They’ve already dropped it and are working on it now, videos on you tube showing lots of dry land.

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    Leaving this frozen hell of Michigan end of January to go to fork for a month. Where can I find these videos?

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    #8
    You tube search DFW fishing guide, lake draw down videos

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    Thank you

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    Wow that's impressive

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    http://www.bbcboards.net/showthread.php?t=1159123

    See post#7 here for Lake Fork current level info (over 6’ low) and 3 YouTube drone videos, it is not good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    http://www.bbcboards.net/showthread.php?t=1159123

    See post#7 here for Lake Fork current level info (over 6’ low) and 3 YouTube drone videos, it is not good!
    It will definitely be tougher getting around but the fish will be congregated more and it could be a spring for some really big fish