Well, I ended up choosing Salt Fork to fish with my dad yesterday, and I am very glad that I did. I ended up catching my largest 'big water' Largemouth Bass to date. By 'big water' I mean a Bass caught in a body of water larger than a couple hundred acres. I just got my Ranger in the off-season, so I've only fished big water around a dozen times so far. The bass was caught within 45 minutes of being on the water. We got a late start, so I caught this bass around 10:15am. She was in about 3' of water under a log. This girl was FULL of eggs and went 3lbs 7oz. (pic later today) She was caught on a 3/8oz Silver spinnerbait, which she hit almost immediately as it hit the water right above her head. I normally use a 1/2oz white spinnerbait any time I'm spinnerbaiting, but the water clarity called for something a little more toned down, so the silver worked well. My dad also caught a couple halfway decent bass and several nice crappie. His largest crappie was 13.5" long and came on a 1/4oz Black Spinnerbait around stumps. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice the water was there at Salt Fork. Visibility was around 2 feet or more. Water temps were around 60 when we got there at 9:30am and warmed to around 65 by the time we left around 4:00pm.