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Coosa River Fishing Guide Jeremy Veitch, Lake Mitchell's On Fire

Capt. Jeremy Veitch
October 3, 2016
Mitchell Lake - Freshwater Fishing Report

Coosa River Guide Service - Lake Mitchell, Alabama. Bass guide Joey Nania says with the cooler weather moving in the bites picking up and the fish are starting to chase the shad. Some topwater action has started, but the best is still to come and should heat up over the next week or two. Topwater and subsurface baits will be the top producers. Striper guide Jeremy Veitch reports the smaller fish are biting good. Find water ranging from 25-35 feet and it's on. Live bait and spoons have been the best options. The bigger fish bite will pick up as cooler weather continues to work down. As for the crappie fishing most of the fish are still deeper and the bites still a little slow. Only a couple more weeks and the fish will move up and the bite will be on.

Coosa River Guide Service - Lake Mitchell, Alabama
www.fishinglakemitchell.com
Jeremy Veitch
(205)362-8322

Target Species:

Bass, Striped Bass, Crappie

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Coosa River Guide Service
3637 Leslie Ann Road
Birmingham, AL
Phone: 205-362-8322
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