This is my busy season and I'm trying to get video clips of every trip. So I'm very pressed for time. Check ot my Facebook page to keep up with my stuff.
If you would like to book a trip, you can see my schedule and book your trip online at http://www.fishingguidenow.com/bookonline.cfm?guideID=2
My waiting list is very short, so it isn't too late to go sight fishing with me if you can go on short notice. I always get several cancellations.
I try to post a couple of pictures to my Facebook page every trip. So keeping up with that page is a much better report than what I can do in front of my computer at home. If you follow my Facebook page (actually, the Facebook term is "like"), you can get my posts without delay. I often post pictures as soon as we catch them - and almost always post the same day. So if you see several big fish in the same day, you can rest assured the fishing is good then. If you wait until I post a fishing report, you can be sure that it has slowed down enough for me to leave the lake. Go to www.Facebook.com/LakeForkFishingGuide and click the "like" option to get the posts.
Here are a few of the things that I put on the Facebook Page:
- Pictures of clients holding fish (of course)
- Pictures of landscapes around the lake
- Pictures and videos of wildlife around the lake
- Fishing Reports
- Updates about pages on my website
- Updates when someone catches a giant bass on Fork
- Basslog information
I plan to query the basslog at least once a month and post my results on Facebook. So, if you want to know the best baits to be using (for example) or you just like to see statistics, then you should "like" the Facebook page so you can get instant updates.
The link to remember for my Facebook page is www.Facebook.com/LakeForkFishingGuide. But now you don't have to remember that because you can just go to any page on www.bassfishing.org and you will find the feed.
Be sure to "like" the page so you can get the information as soon as it gets posted.
If you would like to receive my fishing report notifications by email, go to www.bassfishing.org/dbaccess/fishingreportrequests.cfm
All you need is your name and email address. If you are receiving reports by email and wish to discontinue receiving them, simply go to www.bassfishing.org/reports/unsubscribe.cfm
Good fishing and good luck. You can't catch them if you don't go.