When only the best will do, bring your boat to Service Marine. We have provided quality outboard motor repair to Lake Fork and the surrounding communities for over 10 years! 

lake fork service marine hours

Mon - Fri
06 AM - 11 AM
Sat - Sun
08 AM - 11 AM

About Marine Service

In the Spring of 1999 Service Marine became a pontoon dealer for Waco Mfg selling their line of Aloha Pontoon Boats.  Pontoon boats are stocked on premises during the Spring and Summer months, but can be special ordered any time of the year. 

We keep a large supply of parts on hand and are able to order most anything we don’t stock ordered and shipped overnight from suppliers in Dallas.  Props, trolling motors, and electronics for your boat are also available at Service Marine.  Check with Tonya before ordering you next Depth Finder.

Safety Measures

Prior to using any watercraft, it’s crucial to prioritize safety. This includes wearing appropriate safety gear such as life jackets, understanding local boating regulations and navigational rules, and being aware of weather conditions and potential hazards. Additionally, maintaining proper balance and control of the watercraft while operating it is important for the safety of both the passengers and others on the water.


It’s worth noting that the specific process of servicing and using small boats, canoes, and jet skis can vary depending on the type and model of the watercraft, local regulations, and personal preferences. Manufacturers often provide detailed manuals and guidelines for maintenance and operation, so it’s recommended to consult the specific documentation for your watercraft for more detailed instructions.


Fishing Paradise: Lake Fork is widely renowned for its excellent fishing opportunities, particularly for largemouth bass. It is often considered one of the premier trophy bass fishing lakes in the United States. The lake holds numerous fishing records, including the current state record for largemouth bass weighing 18.18 pounds (8.25 kilograms). Other popular fish species in Lake Fork include white bass, crappie, sunfish, and catfish.

Fish Habitat: Lake Fork offers a diverse aquatic habitat with abundant submerged vegetation, standing timber, and brush piles. These features provide ideal hiding places and feeding grounds for fish, contributing to the lake’s reputation as a bass fishing haven.

Conservation Efforts: The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) actively manages Lake Fork to ensure its long-term sustainability and quality fishing experiences. Conservation measures include selective harvest regulations, habitat enhancement projects, and stocking programs to maintain the fish populations and improve angling opportunities.

Recreational Activities: Apart from fishing, Lake Fork offers a variety of recreational activities for visitors. Boating, water skiing, kayaking, and canoeing are popular water-based activities on the lake. The surrounding area provides opportunities for hiking, camping, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing.

Tournament Destination: Lake Fork frequently hosts professional fishing tournaments and attracts anglers from around the world. These tournaments showcase the lake’s bass fishing potential and contribute to its reputation as a competitive fishing destination.

Scenic Beauty: Lake Fork is known for its scenic beauty, featuring picturesque shorelines, rolling hills, and abundant wildlife. The surrounding countryside offers a tranquil setting for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.