Yum plastics are doing well on Lake Guntersville

2007-03-29 20:34:11
Guntersville Lake, Alabama - Freshwater Fishing Report
waterfront to Goosepond

<p>Yesterday I got to fish with two guys (Joe and Bob) from Chattanooga, TN. And they keep me entertained the entire trip with some interesting stories. We threw the Xcalibur Xr50, Yum Lizards and Dingers, with the Dinger being the best producer. Total for the day was 20 fish.

Today I fished with Ron from Huntsville and the numbers fell off. We tried rattlebaits, spinnerbaits, shallow crankbaits, lizards, dingers, and topwater. The only thing we could get bit on was the Yum Dinger. We targeted water 4ft or less from Waterfront to Goosepond. Water temps are ranging from 68-75 degrees. Total for the day was 12 fish.

April 17th, 23rd, 24th, and 30th are available.

Pic and release,

Fish Species: Largemouth
Bait Used: Yum Dinger
Tackle Used: Falcon rods and Shimano reels
Method Used:
Water Depth: 1-4
Water Temperature: 72
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Area Reporting: Guntersville Lake

Bio: I have been fishing Lake Guntersville my entire life and I specialize in fishing grass on Lake Gunterville. Living here in North Alabama all my life, I have over 19 years experience bass fishing on beautiful Lake Guntersville and other area lakes. I began tournament fishing at the age of 16 in local bass clubs. Not long after I then moved on to the nationally known trails such as Anglerís Choice, BFL, B.A.I.T. and other large local tournaments. If you want the opportunity to catch bass, learn seasonal tactics, and have a wonderful time on the water, then your search stops here. Bass fishing is not just my job, it's my passion!

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