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Lake Fork Tackle HissyFit

Lake Fork Trophy Lures is excited to launch a brand new product to the fishing world, and it’s the first of its kind! The HissyFitTM is the first topwater lure to actually look like a baby snake, with a patent-pending design to combine hard and soft plastic components that seamlessly work together to create the most realistic action achievable. The HissyFitTM has a clear plastic, cupped bib on the front that causes it to wobble back and forth on top of the water… as you can imagine, the side-to-side action of the head carries all the way through the trailer installed on the spring screw on the back of the head. Sure, we originally designed this lure to pair up with new LFT 9” Needle Worm and look like a snake, but when we started screwing on some of our other soft-plastics to the back of the HissyFitTM head, we found out just how versatile it really is! Take the new HissyFitTM head and screw on a LFT 3.5” Live Magic Shad to mimic an injured baitfish on the top of the water. Want to downsize the lure’s profile? Screw on a LFT 4.5” Hyper Finesse Worm for a more subtle approach or a LFT 4” Hyper Worm and have that erratic action of the paddle tail. We’ve even caught fish by screwing on the LFT 5.5” Hyper Whack’n Worm sideways to look like frog legs, and twitching the rod to walk it all the way back to the boat. Fact is, this lure is incredibly versatile and Lake Fork Trophy Lures is so excited to bring it to your tackle box! The four colors that the HissyFitTM is currently offered in are Black, Pearl White, Green/Chartreuse, and Copperhead.

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2016 LAKE FORK TACKLE: 9" Needle Worm

Lake Fork Trophy Lures debuted its new 9" needle worm last week leading up to the Mcdonalds Big Bass Splash. The new LFT 9" needle worm received great reviews and was our number one seller throughout the weekend. Anglers were having great success with it while drop shotting and using it on a shakey head. The new Lake Fork Tackle 9" needle worm will be available in 9 colors now with more to surely be added as we progress with this great new bait. It will also be uploaded to the website soon but can be ordered through our customer service dept. now. The colors that we plan to have this product in are listed below. Pearl, Blue Bruiser, Magic Shad, Chartreuse Pepper, Sour Grape, Black Magic, Albino Shad, Watermelon Red Flake, Watermelon Red / Blue Flake, Green Pumpkin / Gold Copper, and Root Beer You can read about the latest field testing results on Lake Fork Guide Billy Lawson's fishing report by clicking the read more tab.

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Water Level
404.08 (+1.08)
Water Temperature
Water Clarity
Best Baits
Lft Frogs, Lft Poppers, Lft 1.5 CRANKS, Original magic shad, Live magic shad, Lft Live baby shad
Current Patterns
With all the rains, the lake is holding full pool and surface temps are ranging from the upper 60's to mid 70's. Water clarity varies from dirty with low visibility, to stained with 2-3 ft visibility depending on where you are on the lake, south being a little more clear. Fish are being caught shallow on lft frogs and lft poppers early and late. this is an all day bite on cloudy days. The shad are spawning on points and in the backs of creeks and coves. Best baits are lft squarebills, original magic shads, and live magic shads thrown on a scrounger head. Chartreuse shad and shad colors. Try throwing the lft 6.5 and 8" live magic shad across wind blown shell beds and main lake points for the bigger fish bites. Crappie have moved in shallow to spawn and are being caught on lft live baby shad in chartreuse and mixed colors.