Back on the water
<p>Well, as many of you know I was involved in a boating accident last November. I was hit in the drivers side by another boat. No matter how safe you try to be accidents happen. I was really lucky that I wasn't hurt really bad. I was running 35 to 40 mph and so was the other boat. I don't even know where he came form and never seen him until he hit me. So use causion and stay safe. My knew boat should be in by March first or sometime close to then. I am out and doing trips I just got a little later start than normal. One of my close friends loaned me his Triton until mine comes in.
Now for the fishing. We are catching some fish but one day you get them and the next you wander where they went. Yesterday I fished be myself just checking some areas out. Got started around 10:30 and guit about 3. I caught 7 fish between 3 1/2 to 5 1/2 pounds. Most came on a jerkbait and a few on a trap. We have also beem catching fish on a jig but I didn't throw it much yesterday. I am getting ready to head to the lake now but had to get a report up. I keep hoping that this warm weather we are having will light them on fire but I am still waiting. Fish are coming from 8 to 12 feet of water and some as deep as 15 feet. I have also caught them in the 2 to 4 feet range but haven't got any big ones that shallow. I do have a few flats that I am watching thow. They are cover with shad and have caught catfish and yellow bass,crappie and a few bass on it but am expecting any day for them to come in like a flood.
Good Luck and keep it safe
Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service
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About The Author: Captain Curtis Staley
Company: Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service
Area Reporting: Lake Guntersville ,AL
Bio: Professional guide and tournament angler and owner of Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service on beautiful Lake Guntersville in northeast Alabama.