Lake Guntersville had another round of rain, high water, low water, and multiple cold fronts and surprisingly the bass still bit.. It might not of been as easy as fishing in a barrel but once we learned what they preferred we went back to catching them. Oh and we seen yet another 10 pound Bass!
Id say the Big G won…
Water Temp is holding around 55 degrees
Visibility : Clearing up pretty much from one end to the other.. At Least A Foot We Can See.
Still managing 20+ bass a day so we have dropped back on numbers a little.
They are still moving so we could see one of the best springs ever.. Ive already experienced some of the best bass fishing ever in my life in the last 4 weeks.
Check out some of the pics.
These boys came down from Michigan and caught them.. 40+ bass ..
Went from catching the fire out of them to a extremely slow down and had to adjust with the fishing pressure still managed to catch them just not as many as we became a custom too.
Capt. Shane delivered a new personal best to Chris Meyers.. 10lb wow Congrats to Both the Capt. and Client..
Yup… he caught a little of everything.. and he let his dad hold a couple for the photo app..
Beacon Supply Group treated some of their customers to a fishing trip on Guntersville.
Thank you to both Capt. Shane’s that helped..
The Nash’s always bring the cold fronts with them but still manage to put the bass in the boat.. It sure was not easy with the high gusts and chilly wind chills.. They’ll be back.. since one of them lost one that they couldn’t handle… she started swimming towards the deep water and never checked up and he couldn’t turn or slow her down… not pointing any fingers at him for getting his butt kicked…. the one on the left
She gets so excited over bass.. its like a kid on Christmas morning everyday for her.. You’ll never have to make her go … she usually is at the truck waiting on me every morning.. she wakes up ready to go…
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