Lake Seminole Fishing Report – August 2007
GON Staff | August 1, 2007
Level: 1 foot below full pool. Temp: 87 degrees. Clarity: Clear at Spring Creek; cloudy up the Flint; slight stain up the Chattahoochee.
Bass: Fair. Tournament angler Steve Holt said to start off on the grass close to drops-offs into 15 to 20 feet of water. Throw Zara Spooks and Chug Bugs early in the morning. When the sun comes up, move into the standing timber near Reynolds and the creek channel. Throw a Spro swimbait on 30- to 40-lb. monofilament. The blue herring and rainbow trout colors both work well. The standing timber should be in the deeper water where the hydrilla doesn’t grow in depths 16 feet and deeper. “You’ve just got to get out there and meander through the timber and keep making the casts,” said Steve. “You aren’t going to have a lot of bites, but the ones you do get will be big ones.” He said if the standing timber bite isn’t working well, throw frogs over the grass mats near deep water.
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