Shallow Early - Deep Midday on Guntersville LakeThis Summer
Ninty Degrees. With the last week of May upon us and low 90 degree air temperatures predicted for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, anglers now fishing Guntersville lake on a regular basis should get ready for Summer.
That means having a game plan on each fishing trip to Alabama's big bass factory. As usual, its all according to the weather.
Most mornings will show some topwater action, if your on the water early enough. It now gets light at 5:15 a.m. So, by 7 a.m. the sun could be getting hot especially with no cloud cover.
Cloudy mornings, rainy days, or evening thundershowers always bring some bass shallow on Guntersville Lake.
If there is no cloud cover then plan on fishing deeper water after the sun gets high or the shallow water action slows.
Lastly get off the water by 2 p.m.! From dawn until 2 p.m. is 8 1/2 hours. If you have not caught them by then, its real slow until sundown.
Or you can go night fishing!(See: "Everything you need to know about night fishing on Guntersville Lake" article on my website at the "articles link" at www.fishingalabama.com
Or you can always call on Reeds
Guide Service...first! For day or night fishing Guntersville Lake (or any Alabama lake), this summer season!
Thanks and Good Fishin'! Reed Montgomery, Owner of Reeds Guide Service, Birmingham, Alabama Website www.fishingalabama.com
About The Author: Captain Reed Montgomery
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Area Reporting: All Alabama Lakes
Bio: Captain Reed Montgomery a Birmingham, Alabama native Guides on all of Alabama\'s Lakes for all species of Bass. Alabamas Oldest Professional Freshwater Guide Service For Over 40 Years. Website www.fishingalabama.com