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Guntersville Lake #18497
11/23/16 12:53 PM
11/23/16 12:53 PM
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I got out yesterday with a Father n Son that wanted to experience for their first time of getting into a few "Big-G Slabs", and they were not dissapointed. I truely think that somewhere in this 67,900 ac. impoundment that there is an on and off switch that tells the fish when to feed and when not to feed, and the fish live by it! On Monday we struggled to get some numbers in the boat but at the same time had some good quality with the ones we caught, "BUT" yesterday after fishing for a couple of hrs. and seeing that we may see the same thing happen, well there went that "switch" and it turned on and the fun started. It wasn't because of the current or the lack of, but it was just one of those times that a school moved in and decided to feed, and they did "FEED". This Father n Son had an absolute blast catching some great quality Crappie and now they will get to enjoy a nice dinner of fillets along with Hush Puppies, French Fries, Cole Slaw, and Home Made Apple Pie, and talk about which one of them caught the most and the biggest "Big-G Slabs". I think the young man may get the best of this argument. Have fun, Mike Carter [Linked Image]

Re: Guntersville Lake [Re: anglingadventures] #18498
11/23/16 10:47 PM
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He certainly looks thrilled in that picture!!

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