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Lake Guntersville Bass Fishing Report – June 23rd, 2015 – Kevin Hawk
Category : BASS FISHING REPORTS, HAWK TALK
The temperatures continue to be blistering hot, but it’s worth getting out on Lake Guntersville if you don’t mind fishing in the heat. There hasn’t been a lot of consistent current generated on the lake this week, so it’s required a little more patience than usual. There’s still a solid bass population in 13 to 20 feet of water on ledges and drops throughout the lower end of the lake, but timing has been crucial. It’s important to have several areas holding fish so you can rotate through them to find the active and feeding fish. Otherwise, it seems like catching two or three on a spot is the best we can do.
Fishing slower moving baits like jigs and worms are still producing the most and biggest bass for my clients. They’ve also been able to pick off a few fish on swimbaits here and there, but the reaction bite hasn’t been consistent. My client’s biggest bass of the week weighed 7 pounds and came on a 3/4 oz 4×4 Football Jig in the Defensive Craw color.
I currently have June 28th-30th and July 1-5th open. If you’d like to book a trip please call or email me to confirm availability.