We wrap up another successful year on Lake Guntersville. November brought back so many memories of several years ago when it was nothing to go out and have 20+ lbs in the 1st hour of the day and only to end the day pushing mid to high 30 lbs. With the Alabama Bass Trail 100 Series having their last tournament of the year on the 20th or November it has been the only thing I could think about for months, we was leading in the points going into the event, it was ours to lose. Steve and I had another unbelievable day together in the boat, our best 5 went 27.35 lbs. With the win we held on to the Anglers Of The Year Title.
We managed to fit in some guide trips as well, we had the privileged of taking this couple from the Netherlands fishing and Capt. Mike T. had them catching fish in no time.
Spent a couple days fishing with my good friends ( something we don’t get to do very often ) we caught them pretty good just before Adam had to leave us as his baby boy was making a early appearance.
Breakdowns you will have them if you do it long enough. Had a bearing fail on my trailer and if it wasn’t for Chris who knows how long I would’ve been out of commission. Long story short he showed up looked at it and said the Axel was shot so we made a call to the manufacture and they had one so I made the 3 and half hour round trip drive and Chris replaced the Axel at the boat ramp, we finished up at 8:30pm.
Capt. Shane and Capt. Mike have had a great year on the lake, these two really kept customers on fish throughout the year I really appreciate both of these guys on their hard work day in and day out.
Heres some links from the ABT 100
Fishing has been pretty good with the warmer temps in the mid 50s and water is pretty clear
Heres some pics
We are booking for 2022 now.