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By Guntersville FIshing Charter 11 hours ago • Views (24)
Guntersville in May can be a lot of fun but it can also challenge your skill set. There are 3 completely different patterns emerging. Deep ledges are starting to fire when the current is rolling. Bream beds are a great way to get a lot of bites and the shad spawn can be the deal in the early morning hours. I did 3 guide trips this week and the nu...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 5/9/2024 • Views (328)
Guntersville has really turned on in the last few days with the much needed rain and current. I guided 4 days this week and the catch rates improved daily. There is always a shallow bite in a grass lake and that is evident at the moment but now there is a deep bite as well. We averaged 20 fish landed on 5 hour trips this week and some days our be...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 4/18/2024 • Views (511)
Water temps are in the 70s and everything in the lake is spawning. It's fun out there right now but it can also be challenging. I did 4 guide trips this week and we have caught them from 18 inches to 18 feet. We are catching about 25 a day and the average size is excellent for April. The easiest way to get bit is plastics up shallow but the b...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 4/4/2024 • Views (396)
When the calendar flipped to April the fishing improved instantly. March was a bit of a struggle but with the warming water temperature consistently in the sixties the fish are getting acclimated and feeding. I did two trips Monday and we landed 37 total with 9 over 4 pounds. The shallow bite is the dominant pattern now with most of our fish comi...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 3/23/2024 • Views (558)
With this unstable weather the fishing has been changing daily. Monday it was 28 degrees at daylight and the fishing was actually pretty good then it warmed up and the wind layed down later in the week and the fishing got tougher. On the windy days crankbaits and jerkbaits produced well but on the calm days we had to drag a jig on deep shellbeds...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 3/15/2024 • Views (554)
There is a lot happening at guntersville right now. A big group of fish is on bed relative to the new moon and rising water temps. There are 3 large tournaments this weekend and the water level is fluctuating daily. I did 4 guide trips this week and we had to sample prespawn and spawning fish in different areas and depth zones to get bit consiste...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 3/8/2024 • Views (917)
The bass are in transition at the moment at guntersville as a big group is preparing to spawn with the warming water and new moon approaching. The outside grass line fish have moved to the spawning areas and the creek channel fish have moved into the prespawn areas. There is also an abnormal amount of schooling fish at the moment which simply dis...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 2/22/2024 • Views (550)
The weather is warming and the moon is waxing which means big groups of hungry bass are moving out of the channel and searching for food in the shallows. There will be a group spawn on this moon phase but I think the vast majority will remain prespawn for a while. The key to finding these fish is setting up on a high percentage area near a spawni...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 2/15/2024 • Views (383)
Day 1 of the Toyota series at guntersville displayed the incredible fishery we have. 28 pounds is leading,20 pounds is 29th and 59th is 18 pounds. These weights are incredible and as the weather improves the fishing will just get better. You can catch them any way you want to right now. Livescopers are catching fish, the offshore rock piles...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 2/2/2024 • Views (278)
The weather has stabilized and the fishing is incredible at the moment. Last week I did 4 guide trips and we landed a total of 95 bass from 3-7 pounds. There are 3 dominant patterns at the moment. A big swimbait slow rolled around the bridge columns is a great way to win a tournament with huge weight. A football jig fished in 12 feet near channel...

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:47:00 AM • Views (34)
Blue ridge lake Temp 48 Level-18ft Clarity 12ft Feb typically brings our coldest temps of the year. These cold temps will drive fish deep to more stable water temps.This time of year I tell everyone find the deepest fish you can find and target those fish. Walleye hate light and love to lay in […]

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:46:15 AM • Views (26)
ers Temp 49 Level full to -6 ft Clarity 8 ft Feb typically brings our coldest temps of the year. These cold temps will drive fish deep to more stable water temps.This time of year I tell everyone find the deepest fish you can find and target those fish. Walleye hate light and love […]

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:44:47 AM • Views (26)
Temp 52 Clarity 3 ft Level – 4ft er’s has been fishing pretty well. The walleye are not schooled up but in small groups holding near the bottom on points and humps. Look for them under spots and stripers as well feeding on injured baits. Early morning and just after dark are the […]

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:31:42 AM • Views (26)
temp 53 level -6ft clarity 7 feet Even in cold weather fishing can be rewarding. Understanding fish behavior during the coldest times can be enjoyable. Vertical fishing is key for walleye—using spoons jigs minnows and soft plastics presented directly in front of the fish. Triggering a reaction strike requires subtle movements compared to the aggres...

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:29:44 AM • Views (24)
Temp 52 Level  down 16.5 ft Clarity10ft Walleye Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you can’t catch fish.  In fact if you learn how fish act in the coldest times of the yr it can be a lot of fun. Vertical fishing is the name if the game for walleye. Spoons jigs […]

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:28:19 AM • Views (22)
Temp 59 Level -4ft Clarity 8 ft The never ending turnover has finally finished and the lakes fishing pretty good. The walleye are holding near timber and on humps in 50 to 70ft of water. Precise vertical presentations are a must or your gonna be in the trees. Heavy spoons jigs or live bait rigs […]

By Seamus on 1/9/2024 7:27:10 AM • Views (22)
Lake Blue Ridge Temp 57 Level -16ft Clarity 12 ft Walleye bite continues to be consistent as the temps and lake levels fall. We are in the sweet spot now cool water and steady weather make for good morning feeding patterns. We have seen some really nice fish in the 23 to 24 […]

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 12/31/2023 • Views (152)
2023 was my best year to date as far as total bass catches is concerned. My boat averaged over 30 bass landed per day and the size was excellent landing 5@18-19 pounds regularly. My crappie guides also had an excellent year limiting out on most trips and filling a cooler every time. I did 187 trips this year and I look forward to doing even more...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 12/24/2023 • Views (306)
It's 65 degrees and the bass are feeding at guntersville. The bass are starting to position themselves strategically for the spawn. Points and humps out from spawning areas are where our best fishing is at the moment. Depths from 6-9 feet are usually best and our best baits have been crankbaits and chatterbaits. This time of year we get 15-20...

By Guntersville FIshing Charter on 12/17/2023 • Views (245)
Wow!!! This week was one for the ages. I guided everyday this week and guntersville showed out for us. Warm weather and good water color set the stage for phenomenal fishing. My clients averaged landing 25 bass per day with the average size almost 4 pounds. We tripled up on 5 pounders Wednesday and ended the day with 8 fish over 5 and two over 6....

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By Guntersville FIshing Charter 11 hours ago • Views (24)
Guntersville in May can be a lot of fun but it can also challenge your skill set. There are 3 completely different patterns emerging. Deep ledges are starting to fire when the current is rolling. Bream beds are a great way to get a lot of bites and the shad spawn can be the deal in the early morning hours. I did 3 guide trips this week and the nu...

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