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Big Pre Spawn Bass are Moving Shallow on Guntersville Lake!

Capt. Reed Montgomery
March 8, 2012
Guntersville - Freshwater Fishing Report

A recent trip with a father and son fishing team this week to Alabama's largest, man made impoundment Guntersville lake, located near the town of Guntersville, yielded over 50 bass.

Including several fat, pre spawn female bass weighing 4-5 pounds, a 6 pounder, one weighing 7 pounds and a 9 pound bass, with the biggest bass caught by the young 13 year old boy. What a day!

Rattling half ounce model lipless lures and suspending jerk baits in shad and crayfish colors were the best lures over all. Although we tried it all!

Water temps are close to 60 degrees and most bass have worn off or bloody tails, meaning they are already making beds. Spawning bass!

March and April are good months for these very shallow bass and some very big bass. We had four bass weighing over nine pounds each, two - 10 pounds and an 11 pounder, in March last year!

May and June topwater action with post spawn bass! Make plans now to fish Guntersville lake this spring!

Of course fishing with Reed Montgomery of Reeds Guide Service, "the lake's oldest and all of Alabama's, oldest professional guide service for over 40 years."

See my website www.fishingalabama.com for more info, guide service info, fishing tips, lake reports for all Alabama lakes in all seasons, links, pictures and more!

Thanks and Goood Fishin'
Reed Montgomery Owner of Reeds Guide Service
Website www.fishingalabama.com
Birmingham, Alabama

Guntersville Fishing Forecast:

Low to mid 70's all week. Rain and thunderstorms Friday. Air temps steady with no cold nights, lows in the mid 50's. All Alabama Lakes will return to full pool in April.

Target Species:

Largemouth bass

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Alabama's oldest, professional guide service, guiding on all of Alabama's lakes for over 40 years. Guiding for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass and striped bass. Several guides and boats available year round.

Contact Info:

Reeds Guide Service
141 Reese Drive
Alabaster, AL 35007
Phone: 205-663-1504
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