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Guntersville Lake #18211 04/19/16 11:25 PM
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Another great day on The "Big-G"! My client and I found fish in shallow grass areas with Choo Choo Lures Swimjigs and Shakers. The cloud cover really helped with staying on this pattern all day, and the fish were consistently in these shallow grass areas. There are a lot of different patterns from deep to shallow that are producing right now with the fish coming off of their spawning cycle. Get out and have some fun. Mike Carter [Linked Image]
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Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: anglingadventures] #18212 04/20/16 12:32 PM
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Mike, those fish don't even look like they have been spawning at all. The tails are and bellies are in great shape.


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