"Let me put over 29 years of professional guide service to work for you!"

Our Equipment

Heckuva Boat!

The Boat

While fishing with Marc at Lake Fork, you will be in the top-of-the-line 2011 Ranger Z521, powered by READ MORE!


Bass Pro GearThe Gear

While you are always welcome to bring your own gear, we provide everything you will need to get the job done and to have a good time while you're doing it! READ MORE!

What You Need to Bring

  • ° Yourself
  • ° Drinks - Water is best, but anything that will keep you from getting thirsty while out on the water.
  • ° Snacks - We'll break for lunch, but you may get hungry in the meantime
  • ° Sunglasses
  • ° Sunscreen (NO spray-on sunscreen, please!)
  • ° Appropriate clothing/hats/etc. - If you're unsure about what to wear, call us!


Please do not bring any ice chests.  I have two built-in ice chests on board that will handle anything we need!

Current Fishing Conditions

Lake Fork, Texas

Texas Parks and Wildlife offers relevant, up to date information on Lake Fork.  Click on the image to view the current lake conditions.

Current Lake Fork Weather

Emory, TX, US

Partly Cloudy
81°F, Windchill: 81°F
Wind: 12 mph SW
Humidity: 58%
Visibility: 0 mi
pressure: 29.8 in falling
Sunrise: 6:42 am
Sunset: 7:57 pm
Partly Cloudy
Hi: 81°F, Low: 51°F
Hi: 82°F, Low: 58°F
Mostly Sunny
Hi: 85°F, Low: 68°F
Scattered Thunderstorms
Hi: 80°F, Low: 64°F
Partly Cloudy
Hi: 85°F, Low: 55°F


Well-known as one of the most respected guide services in East Texas, Marc Mitchell's Guide Service specializes in trophy bass fishing on Lake Fork - one of the most well-known lakes in the nation when it comes to Largemouth Bass.

Often the guide of choice for celebrity anglers, Marc offers fishing trips for the novice as well as the expert. Trips are available for any size group, from as little as one person to large company outings, and for various lengths of time, from a half day excursion to a full day adventure.

Located a short 80 miles east of Dallas, Lake Fork is the current state record holder with a monster 18.18 lbs Bass, caught January 24, 1992.  Access to this prime habitat, combined with Marc's experience, will give you a great opportunity for trophy bass and an enjoyable, memorable experience!

To learn more about Marc, click here.

To get started on your next great adventure, click here!

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