Alabama Fishing Reports
Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Water level 189.49
Water Temperature up 80's upper
Water clarity slight stain to clear
The water remains near full pool and the bait fish and bass are holding under the cover. The frog bite is holding well up into the day. more...
Lake Eufaula, Alabama -
Water level 188.87 msl
Water clarity slight stain
Water temperature low 80's
Bass are hot now, plenty of smaller eating size to catch. The grass and pad cover are holding plenty of bait and bass. The top water bite is good ea more...
Fishing For Alabama's Big Bass This Summer Season -
Fishing For Alabama's Big Bass This Summer Season
Written By Reed Montgomery / Reeds Guide Service www.fishingalabama.com
As the month of June begins to evidently take place, with daytime highs in the low-to- mid nineties, there are now horde more...
Lake Eufaula, Alabama -
Water Level 187.94 msl
Water Temperature Low 70's
Water clarity heavy stain
Bass are still holding tight to shallow cover. Blade baits and frogs over the top are producing. When the sun gets high, work tight to the edge of t more...
May Fishing - Lake Guntersville is slowly shaping herself up. The Bass are coming off their beds and starting to feed up.
So Monday went well in the morning but the mid day was brutal not many bites and little wind, and Thursday well it was fr more...
Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Lake Eufaula, Alabama
Water Level 188.38
Water Temp low 60's
Water Clarity Stained
Bass are shallow around cover. Top water near cover early, jigs on outside of cover or Texas rigged soft plastics are also a good more...
Spring Fishing & Fishing Pressure on Alabama Lakes - Springtime Bass Fishing and Dealing with Fishing Pressure on Alabama's Crowded Lakes During the Spawning Month's of April and May
Written By Reed Montgomery, Owner of Reeds Guide Service (205) 663-1504, Alabama's Oldest Professional -- Bass F more...
Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Water Level 189.08 msl
Water temp 58 - 61
Water Clarity Murky
The bass are trying to get on the beds, the fronts have them moving. Blade baits have done good, With the water so dirty, fan casting spoons has been productive. more...
Early Spring largemouth bass! - With water temps in the mid to upper 50's early spring largemouth bass are now invading the shallows of the six Coosa River lakes Weiss, Neely Henry, Logan Martin, Lay, Mitchell and Jordan lakes! Air temperatures in mid February are currently show more...
Lake Guntersville FEB 12th - Guntersville is getting a makeover this week. Mother Nature has dumped a lot of rain on Lake Guntersville and with the rain we have current with a average outflow of 123,000 cubic feet per second and raising water 595.5 is the top of the dam and at n more...
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