Lake Fork is one of the best bass fishing lakes in the country but is very dangerous to navigate.
If you aren't a local guide - boating Lake Fork can be quite intimidating.
Many of the trees have broken off just below the water's surface and the current bouy system is inadequate.
Replacing a prop or fixing a motor takes time and money, which can ruin that tournament you've been
planning for months.
How do the guides do it? Have they figured out quicker paths through the timber?
Drive Less, Catch More™
Introducing Lake Fork Guide Lanes, over 1,000 waypoints to help you spend less time driving and get to your
favorite cove faster.
Okay, let's compare costs.
Boat prop repair, $500 to $1,000.
Boat hull repair $900 to $1,800.
Lower unit repair, $2,000+.
Having your boat in the shop is never a good feeling. Don't waste the sunshine!
Navigate through Lake Forks' dangerous waters like the best guides, experienced local anglers, and top bass
fishing professionals for only $55.00 -- Order now.
Quick and Easy Installation.
Discover safer access to the heavily timbered and less pressured areas of Lake Fork.
Guide Lanes were carefully mapped out during the peak of the drought in 2014 when the lake was
over 7' low, its lowest point since its final stages of filling in 1985.
Be Smart, Be Safe.
Navigate non-SRA cleared lanes at your own risk. Always wear a life jacket in a moving boat.
The submerged timber on Lake Fork is changing daily, use this product at your own risk.