Lake Seminole Fishing Report – April 2024

GON Staff | March 27, 2024

Seminole: Level: 0.3 feet above 77.5. Temp: 69-71 degrees. Clarity: The Flint and Chattahoochee rivers are muddy. Spring Creek is stained.

Bass: Guide Paul Tyre, with Lake Seminole Fishing Adventures, reports, “The bass fishing on Lake Seminole has been great this March, despite the flooding of the Chattahoochee and Flint river arms of the lake. Spinnerbaits and lipless crankbaits have been very productive. If planning a trip to Lake Seminole in April, a Spro hollow-belly frog is a must. Fish it around and over the tops of vegetation. I like using a 7-3, heavy-action rod with a high-speed reel filled with at least 50-lb. Cortland Master Braid to get the big bass out of the heavy cover. A swim jig is a very productive lure in April on Seminole. My choice of a swim jig is the Untamed Tackle swim jig. It is made with a quad bait-keeper that holds the trailer on and will come through the cover with ease. A soft plastic, straight-tail worm is a very productive bait in April on Lake Seminole. My favorite is a YUM Dinger Texas-rigged and fished around the grasslines. Lake Seminole is nationally known for its excellent shellcracker fishing, and they will be bedding in and around the flats. What a GREAT way to introduce kids to fishing, and it’s fun for the whole family!”

For a Lake Seminole Fishing Adventure this winter, give Paul Tyre a call at 850.264.7534 or follow on Instagram and Facebook.

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