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Lake Guntersville Bass Fishing Report – June 30th, 2015- its HOT!


The heat wave that hit North Alabama last week moved out and it’s been much more comfortable this week with air temperatures in the mid 80’s.  There’s been wind nearly every day which has helped cool things off as well.   For the beginning of July you can’t ask for better fishing conditions.

The fishing picked up from last week with my clients catching bigger bass on average and more numbers.  The fish count has averaged between 10-15 per trip with the best five-fish limit weighing between 20-25 pounds depending on the day. Fishing 3/4 oz 4×4 Football Jigs and 6” Yamamoto Senkos rigged on 1/2 and 3/4 oz Picasso Shake-E-Football heads on bottom continues to produce best for my clients.  With water temperatures hovering around 90 degrees it’s important not to put undue stress on the fish, so all fish are released immediately after the catch and photo.

On all my trips I let my clients do the fishing while I stay on the trolling motor making sure to keep them in the strike zone.  I rarely pick up a rod unless my clients insist or if I’m showing how to work a specific lure or technique.  I want my clients to have the best trip possible and I know a big part of that means setting the hook as often as possible.

I have July 2nd, 7th, and 8th open as of right now.  If you’d like to book a trip please call or email to confirm availability.