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An Elite Plan For June Bass on Guntersville



I spent a productive and informative afternoon with the California transplant, one of the burgeoning group of anglers from around the country who have relocated to the Lake Guntersville area. Kevin, who grew up near San Diego, is among the young guns in the professional ranks, parlaying an FLW Forrest Wood Cup win in 2010 into a full-time professional career. He made the jump to the B.A.S.S. Elite Series this year after qualifying through last year’s Northern Opens.

Kevin and I tossed Yamamoto swimbaits on Owner heads, catching a steady supply of Guntersville largemouth from 2 to 4 pounds in about three hours of fishing. While we were not sight-fishing, the fish appeared to be male bass either guarding fry or cruising the flats around the islands in Alred Creek alongside Highway 431. The occasional fish could be seen chasing bait in the shallow water, and we picked up several of those single schoolers.

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