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Lake Guntersville Bass Fishing Report – Gville bass continuing to move deep

Category : BASS FISHING REPORTS, HAWK TALK

With the air and water temperature continuing to rise the bass have continued moving deeper and will be soon be grouped up in their summertime areas.

My clients and I have had several successful trips this week, but we’ve also struggled at times during the day as well.  The important thing to remember is to keep moving when you can see the fish on your electronics but they won’t bite anything in the arsenal, because there’s active fish to be caught somewhere.   It’s important to have several deep areas pinpointed, so you can rotate through them throughout the day to take advantage of when the bass are active and biting.

The most productive presentations this past week have been dragging 3/4 oz Picasso Shake E Football heads rigged with 6” Green Pumpkin Yamamoto Senkos and 3/4 oz 4×4 Football Jigs in Hawk’s Prey and Defensive Craw along primary and secondary drops with hard bottom in the 9 to 14 foot zone. The big bite this week was 7-pounds.

The off-shore fishing will continue to improve, so if you’d like to book a trip with me on Lake Guntersville please contact me for current availability.

Email: Kevin Hawk
Bass Angler Headquarters