Fishing Reports by Captain Chris Jackson

About The Author: Captain

Company: Fins-N-Grins Freshwater Adventures

Area Reporting: North Alabama

Bio: Chris Jackson is a year around professional guide specializing in the Tennessee and Coosa River chains. We accommodate all skill levels, from beginner to advanced (children under 16 free with paid adult) including proven tournament techniques, GPS mapping, seasonal patterns, underwater camera/pre-fishing techniques, and lure/equipment selections. You will fish from a fully tournament rigged Triton bass boat with the latest equipment on the market which is supplied for all trips. We offer discounts to all Law Enforcement and military personnel. Multi-trip packages are available including gift certificates. Contact us for pricing and booking information for your next adventure.

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Sun was out but still dealing with cooler temps (1/29/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] It was cooler but the fish are still there and eating.
Another cold day on the Big G (1/25/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] With a lot of time between bite we had plenty of time for fellowship and instruction.
Fishing with some Texas guys (1/22/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] Even with the cold temps the fish did not let us down in the size department
Short trip out on the lower end (1/22/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] With cold nights and dropping water temps the fishing slowed down but not bad.
Winter fishing in sleet and snow (1/19/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] Even though the falling temps and high winds we still hit the water. Fishing has been tuff but still getting bite to stay warm.
getting out in the cold (1/14/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] Had a last min. trip with a great return client today. Fishing ended up better than we planned.
Fishing short trip (1/13/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] Only had a few hours to fish. Hit the lower end looking for a deeper Jig bite.
Better weather and fishing (1/12/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] The fishing and weather both were alot better than in the last few days.
Weekend on Guntersville (1/12/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] Friday just looking for some new areas. Fishing a big fish wildcat on Sat. out of waterfront.
River still stained and winds still blowing (1/08/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] With the rising waters, winds, and stained water fishing is tuff but still ok.
Windy day on Lake Guntersville (1/07/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] The winds on the 6 hour trip made standing on the deck harder than the fishing. We managed to scratch out a solid limit despite the winds and tuff conditions.
Rainy day on Guntersville (1/06/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] While the rains made an attempt to drowned us we had a great time still catching fish. The rain did turn the tip from a fullday into a hald though.
Up river fishing on Guntersville (1/05/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] Hit areas way up river today.. Fished some waters that I have not hit in sometime looking at steeper creek channels.
Smith Lake Spotted Bass Fishing (1/04/2009)
[Smith Lake,AL] Wanted to work on tactics for deep water fishing. SO we headed for deep clear water on Smith lake in seach of spotted bass.
First trip of the year (1/04/2009)
[Birmingham,AL] What a way to start the 2009 season. Fishing with the man I most admire and taught me everything I know about fishing.
Guntersville 01-02-08 (1/02/2009)
[Guntersville Lake,AL] With only a short amount of time we ended the day on a better note. Falling water levels made it tuff but when we hit the right depth they were consistant