FINALLY made it back down to Rocky Fork Lake Sunday. No boat this trip, so only fished from the shoreline. The water was stained with ample weeds around docks and lily pads along the shore. The North Shore, East Shore and East Shore Marina boat launch areas have a ton of shoreline fishing available, as does Rocky Fork State Park. Plenty of room for a family outing, or some solo casting down the shoreline. We only had a top water frog and a swim jig with us, which we casted around the docks and weeds along the shores. We did not find any bass in the shallows, but saw a ton of bait fish popping everywhere! It looks like 4 – 5 lb. bass show up regularly at local tournaments, however! There seem to be many tournaments to choose from on Rocky Fork. Jaw Jackerz Bass Club is one we saw flyers for. Check out Bayview Bait & Tackle while you are there – they have plenty of tackle for all kinds of fishing at Rocky Fork . I am quite sure we should have asked more questions about where and how to catch them, LOL! We regretted not taking the boat immediately, but we’ll be headed back at the end of the month. Stay tuned for water temperatures, clarity, and of course – FISH PICS! Dang… our last two reports have fallen short on that end.