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Guntersville Lake #18474
11/07/16 10:48 PM
11/07/16 10:48 PM
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Alabama, USA
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Today I got out on a trip with a couple of gentlemen from Ga. that wanted to learn a few different patterns to fish on the "Big-G"and to just plain ole have some fun! Fall is a great time of year on this lake, and it seems that we may be finally seeing some decent Fall temps to help with the fishing. I had them using Choo Choo Lures swimjigs and spinnerbaits to start out, and with this bite starting out slow they were able to get a few along some of the deeper 6-8 ft. grass areas. I then had them to "switch gears" and break out the squarebill crankbaits to find some of the more active fish. They fished some of the grass lines that were adjacent to deeper water with the crankbaits and had an absolute "blast" catching good numbers and several quality fish. One very interesting story about one of the fish from today was that one of the gentlemen was reeling in a small Bass when he looked down and said that there were some more with it, and when he got it close to the boat a 4 lb. Bass decided to take the bait away from the smaller one, and the larger fish just ripped the bait out of the smaller ones mouth. So that turned out to be an exciting trade and an exciting way of getting to experience it. It's fun so get out and enjoy it! Mike Carter [Linked Image]
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Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: anglingadventures] #18475
11/08/16 12:44 PM
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Awesome report, Mike

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