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Guntersville Lake #16186 04/29/14 04:49 PM
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First off I want to say that my family's thoughts and prayers go out to those not only in Alabama but all around the southeast that have had to deal with the latest storms and tornado's and the losses to family and friends and also their property that they may have suffered. I had a trip with a couple of gentlemen from Kentucky yesterday while all of these storms were taking place and the fish were really feeding aggressively, especially in the shallower areas. These guys had a blast catching fish on a few different patterns including plastics, shakers, and buzzbaits. We stayed with shallow milfoil and primrose grass areas all day and in each area the fish were active. The milfoil is finally starting to come up and is looking great, so things are really looking good for shallow topwater action. The better fish that these guys caught had spawned out, and this went along with each area that they fished. This is a very good sign and it should be a consistent pattern for the next few weeks, until the hotter weather settles in. Have fun, Mike[Linked Image]

Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: anglingadventures] #16187 04/29/14 06:04 PM
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Dang it all! I need to come over there and get me some of that before the gas prices get too high! Thanks again, you're making me anxious now!


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Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: anglingadventures] #16189 04/29/14 08:01 PM
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Hey Bob , and we are fishing what lake in May for 2 days ? You are right about the gas prices . Come next year we may need to stay even closer to home.

Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: kenh] #16190 04/29/14 10:16 PM
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Ken it is what it is, the majority voted for the lakes on the schedule. Maybe next year!


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