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Fishing Reports by Capt. Reed Montgomery

3:51 PM

Guntersville Lake in February and March for Big Largemouth Bass! - ALABAMA'S GUNTERSVILLE LAKE FOR BIG, PRESPAWN LARGEMOUTH BASS DURING THE MONTHS OF FEBRUARY AND MARCH By Reed Montgomery Its been said (not only by myself many, many times) but by Alabama's adapt bass anglers, professional bass anglers and th more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Guntersville

11:18 AM

Guntersville Lake Big Largemouth Bass this winter! - Guntersville lake is currently at full pool on January 3 2013. Water temps are near 50 degrees. Air temps today are in the mid-50's with a low of 25 degrees predicted for Friday morning. Slow fishing calls for slow fished lures following this we more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Guntersville

7:04 PM

Logan Martin Lake Down for Winter Pool But Bass are Biting! - Logan Martin Lake Report for November By Reed Montgomery / Reeds Guide Service (205) 663-1504 Birmingham, Alabama / Website www.fishingalabama.com Impounded 1964 * With Logan Martin Lake down 3-4 feet for winter, extreme caution is advised f more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Logan Martin Lake

5:35 PM

Wheeler Lake Fall and Early Winter Bass Fishing - The Tennessee River / Wheeler Lake Impounded 1936 By Reed Montgomery /Reeds Guide Service Phone (205) 663-1504 Website www.fishingalabama.com This is Alabama's second largest reservoir, but only by a scant 800 acres of surface water. Compare more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Birmingham

5:16 PM

Logan Martin Lake, Alabama for Big Spotted Bass! - With constant current very evident each day, as water is generated for electricity (air conditioning) on the Coosa River Sysem, the Coosa River spotted bass are on the move. Main lake points, all along and around any main lake island, points leadi more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Logan Martin Lake

1:30 PM

Logan Martin Lake Al. returning to full pool and full of Bass! - With water temperatures in the low-to-mid 70's and the lake level finally, slowly returning to full pool, the bass are moving into the newly flooded shallows. Usually, in years past, by mid April the lake is already back to full pool. Just in late more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Birmingham

10:21 AM

Big Pre Spawn Bass are Moving Shallow on Guntersville Lake! - 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 more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Guntersville

4:13 PM

Jordan Lake's Conditions / Airport Marine's First Tour. of 2012 - Anglers hoping to bring in a nice payday this Saturday Feb. 4 2012 on Alabama's Coosa River Impoundment Jordan lake, can enter Airport Marine's first tournament of 2012, by registering at Bonners Boat Launch on the lower lake. For more information more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Jordan Lake

2:43 PM

Alabama's Coosa River for Big, Spotted Bass This Winter! - Alabama's Coosa River System There are six man-made impoundment's Weiss Lake, Neely Henry Lake, Logan Martin Lake, Lay Lake, Mitchell Lake and Jordan Lake located from northeastern Alabama to mid-Alabama. Originally this was the Coosa River Syst more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Birmingham

7:50 PM

Alabama's Jordan Lake Big Fall and Early Winter Spotted Bass! - Recent guided fishing trips with Reeds Guide Service (Alabama's oldest, professional guide service) to Alabama's lower Coosa River Impoundment Jordan lake, located mid-state near the state capitol of Montgomery, Alabama, has shown some tremendous sp more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Jordan Lake

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