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#19112 - 03/30/18 04:23 PM Guntersville Lake
anglingadventures Offline

Registered: 04/18/12
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Loc: Alabama, USA
I got out on Big G this morning by myself to look for some changes that the weather from yesterday may have made. It seemed that the strong winds from yesterday stained up the water a lot more than the rain did. The water still has a decent color with a lot of the shallower areas having considerable stain to it from the high winds. It also seemed that some of the more quality fish moved out a little deeper than from where they were last couple of weeks. I stayed shallow 2-3 ft. with Choo Choo Shakers for a while then moved out a little to 4-6 ft. and got a "big" surprise! With the weather returning back to normal and the sun finally coming back out this afternoon the fish should move back to their shallow flats quickly to spawn. Have some fun! Mike Carter

#19113 - 03/30/18 04:58 PM Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: anglingadventures]
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Registered: 07/12/11
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Very nice!!
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