Lake Seminole Bass Fishing
<P>Largemouth bass fishing has been fair and there are some fish shallow in the creeks and they are stuck heavily under the grass beds. Zoom Bush Hogs on a pegged Texas rig may work on the grass beds but be sure to use a heavy weight to get though the grass. If there is a warm up this week, get the weights off the baits and look in the sandy areas for small bass to start roaming around. After mid day, stay out of the creeks and fish the points on both sides of the mouth. Sometimes the bass are holding to the small points rather the than the larger ones. This pattern will change from day to day and even from morning to afternoon. The secret is to find the points that have the best structure on them.
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The 2007 Atlanta Boat Show hits the Georgia World Congress Center January 10-14, 2007. Meet Ken Sturdivant, Al Bassett,, Tim White, Mike Bucca, Mack Farr, Doug Youngblood, Jon Peters, Robert Eidson, Al Bassett, Mark Collins, Chris Scalley, Ryan Coleman, Rick and Allison Steckelberg, and Glenn Chappelear.
The Shallow Water Fishing Expo is January 20 and 21, 2007 at the Gwinnett Civic Center.
“THE SOUTHERN FISHING REPORT”
by Ken Sturdivant
106 Hickory Ridge
Cumming, Georgia 30040
About The Author: Captain Ken Sturdivant
Company: Have Fun Fishing
Area Reporting: Georgia Lakes
Bio: Ken Sturdivant is a native Georgian and has fished the lakes, streams and rivers all over the southeast. He is a retired Vice President and branch manager of a major Atlanta Bank where he had worked for 28 years. His extensive background with high profile banking customers has been a great value to his career.