Fishing Report, Lake Guntersville 3/10/12
I guess if the wind didn't blow you off the lake it wouldn't be March in North Alabama, at least it seems that way. We have yet to have a day on the water this month that the wind didn't make it extremely uncomfortable on the water and tough to stay on the main lake and fish! The fish are biting but the ability to stay on them has been really tough and the bigger fish appeared to be relating to the main lake.
I believe we have two distinct patterns this past week, the creeks have warmed enough to push the bass up to spawn, but this is limited in numbers and appears to be mostly fish under four pounds. The bigger fish are still relating to the main lake and the deeper water is still in the low to mid 50's and the bass have not even moved to the flats on the main lake.
The bigger fish are still in 10 plus ft of water and stages up and back in transition from the flats back to the deeper water. We have caught fish on A-rigs, Tight-Line jigs and worms on the main lake when you could stay on it and fish!
Fishing is good; conditions have been tough but that Guntersville!
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