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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sam Williams


2004-04-08
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - The March winds are staying around for April. With the winds coming from the West and North West, it is almost impossible to keep the boat on the outside river ledges. It is a little better on the creek drops at the river if you can get some land pro more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2004-03-14
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - The lake level is 187.99 and is supposed to come up slightly this week. Water temperature is in the mid to upper 50's. Color is stained. The bass are trying to bed, the cold snaps are continuing to confuse them at this time. The shallow bass are c more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2004-02-15
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - Bass have been tough to locate and catch. The continual rains have muddied up the river and creeks so bad, you canít see a white marshmallow one inch under water. The cold weather has kept the water temperature down as well. You can catch the bass on more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2004-01-17
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - Bass Fishing has become a challenge as we look for a day now and then that will make for a descent day on the water. Several warm days have made the bass move up some and become a little more active. Water levels are down from last report but still a more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2003-12-17
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - The winter cold has arrived in record style. The winds and cold weather have run the bass out of the shallows finally. You will find them in the warmer water deep on the ledges where they can ambush the bait fish. Deeper running crank baits as well a more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2003-11-04
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - Bass fishing has taken a turn for the better as the water has dropped just enough to bring the morning bite in shallow water to the outer edge of the cover. The finesse bait is the key along with the new Kinami Bug. Throw the bait behind the cover an more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2003-10-16
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - Bass Fishing continues to defy the norm. The majority of the fish being weighed in at the tournaments are coming from shallow water, 3 feet and less. The high water levels have kept the shad and other bait in the cover and so the bass are staying the more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2003-09-20
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - Bass fishing has really been exciting lately. They have finally started to stage on the deeper ledges, especially outside the mouths of the creeks. With the generators pulling, the bait are coming out of the creeks and the ambush areas where the cree more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2003-08-19
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - The rains on Lake Eufaula here in Alabama continue to come on a steady basis and the water is still up higher than normal. The floating trash is not as bad a problem as it has been but there are still some logs and trees to look out for. The bass con more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula


2003-07-20
12:00 AM

Alabama Fishing Report for Lake Eufaula - The river is still full and this has caused the bass to stay in the shallows all summer. They have yet to stage on the ledges like normal for this time of year. It is giving the tournament boys a fit. They are used to finding the bass stacked up on t more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula

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