Fish are up in the warmer water areas
<p>On Sunday the bite was on for big fish. We didn't catch the numbers but I think we had around 10 fish that went over 4 lbs and the biggest was around 6lbs. All fish were caught on a jig anywhere form 2 to 12 feet of water. As the water keeps clearing up that deeper jig bite will do nothing but get better. Yesterday the bite was tough. Everyone that I talked with had a tough day. Even though it was tough I could have had around 19 to 20 lbs for my best 5. I felt bad but my clients wanted me to fish with them as 98% of them do and every time I set the hook it was a big fish. We caught fish on traps and jigs but the jig bite was really tough yesterday. Some of the fish that hit the traps inhaled the bait so much that we actually ripped gills loose. That's when you know they want it. The biggest fish was around 6lbs once again. The funny thing about it was when I set the hook I said there is know way that this is a bass. I felt like I had snagged a carp or something but I had snagged the bass right in the back. I still caught him though. Our big joke of the day was we also had 2 catfish and a drum. The catfish were snagged also. I said all we need now is a big gizzard shad.
I will be back out this afternoon through Friday before taking a few days off.
Any ways here are a few dates that I have open if anyone wants to go. I have the 4th,5th,13th,14th,19th,20th and 21st of April if anyone is interested.
Good Luck out there.
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.