Carey Thorn, has been a fishing fanatic since his early years when his grandfather took him out and taught him the ropes. Currently, Carey estimates spending approximately 300 days per year as a fishing guide in Texas and Oklahoma, or on his own searching for a better spot on the water, and improving his technique. Carey is driven by the need to put lots of great fish on the lines of his fishing clients every time they hit the water. The biggest difference in the fishing guide service Carey offers, however, is the time he will spend with you making sure you have the ability to go out on your own sometime in the future… and get into plenty of nice fish.
Favorite Lure: Jig
Species: White Bass
Bass Fishing on Lake Lavon This Week: Scouting Report Nov. 7th: This weekend actually looks really good on Saturday. We got a little warm front coming back. It'll be in the sixties as well as Sunday/Saturday. It looks like 5 miles per hour winds. That's awesome. Be on the lookout for cats shallow more than 15 feet. Look for Crappie up along the dam on the rip-rap on the ledges in 20 to 25 feet on brush piles and Timber and the same will produce the Sandies look for them shallow. They should be right up against the banks. It looks looks like it should be a pretty good weekend. But just remember we just had a cold front and it's going to gradually warm-up. So it should be pretty good fishing. Remember the new law, you got to have your Killswitch connected to you if your boat comes with a kill switch. If your boat does not have a kill switch, you are not required to wear one.
Lake Pro Souting Reports
Published every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. by guides who are on the water nearly every day, these scouting reports provide a general overview of the fishing conditions for the coming weekend.