· Professional Bass Fishing Guide Service. Living in the North Alabama Area since the 70's and fishing Lake Guntersville for over 40 years. I have many published fishing articles world wide in magazines, newspapers and on-line magazines. Featured in the October 08 issue of Alabama Out door News; also made the cover of ODU May of 2018. I offer the most comprehensive information for Lake Guntersville, fishing tips, reports, and featured articles.I challenge you to utilize my Professional Guide Service and compare the knowledge, friendliness and good time on the water to anyone.
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Fishing Report, Lake Guntersville 7/24/2021
The rain and overcast skies have kept the heat down and the fish active, for the most part it was a good week on Guntersville. Typical summertime good fish reasonable number of bites but always a great time on the water.
Baits didn’t change much over the week lots of soft plastic bites Missile Bait 48 stick baits, D-Bombs, and big worms. The Tight-Line jig also produced in a little deeper water around 12 ft. and the Picasso under spin helped when we ran into schooling fish. We are seeing more schooling, and this should continue through the summer and get stronger as we get into fall.
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Search Baits in the Fall
As we approach fall fishing everything you were doing in the summer may have changed and the time is here to learn to search for fish using what has become commonly known as search baits. The great news is bass are generally becoming active allowing you to cover water quickly until you find active fish, using your trolling motor speed to cover water, becomes key in the fall.
First and foremost, I believe that search baits are not always created equal and if you are looking for just bites it is different than searching for big bites especially in the fall! My keys are big fish use big search baits; small fish use smaller search baits. I also feel strongly that searching for fish in the fall is different than in the summer or even the spring. The difference is that in the fall one of your best search baits is searching via top water; where we hardly ever search for bass on top any other time of year. It’s also well known that the bass move shallow and searching over the top of shallow grass may very well win you a tournament.
One of the most versatile baits ever made is the Zara Spook and it allows you in the fall to search on top and use different size search baits to find fish with. If you’re looking for tournament size fish, you can search with their full-size spook or if you’re just fishing for bites, you can downsize your spook and go smaller very easily and with the same presentation. Be a bank fisherman at least start out in the day in the shallow water because the bass move in much shallower than many realize in the fall.
I also like searching with swim baits in the fall, as it allows you to follow the same philosophy easily using big swim baits to find bigger fish and downsize to find bites. It is also a great presentation to search different depths as swim baits are easily counted down to different depths to find fish that will react while suspending. Search baits are a big part of fall fishing, there are different ways and baits to search with that can make your fishing day very successful.
Fish Lake Guntersville Guide Service
Phone: 256 759 2270
Captain Mike Gerry
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We saw some better weather and got some feeding from the bigger fish this past week! Keep moving your location until you find them! It's a great time on the water!
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