Lake Seminole Fishing Report December 2011

GON Staff | November 23, 2011

Seminole: Level: 0.9 feet below full pool. Temp: 65 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Good. Matt Baty reports, “The cooler weather has finally started settling in, and the bass are biting a little better. There is a pretty good lipless-crankbait bite going on right now. Look for shallow grass flats in about 4 to 5 feet of water, and throw a Spro Aruku Shad 75 in old glory or chrome/black. Sometimes the fish will be on top of the flat, and the Trap will catch them, but sometimes the fish will be on the edge of the flat in a little bit deeper water. A great way to catch the deeper fish is to throw a Stanford Medium Razor Shad in summer color. These Stanford baits are making a comeback and are awesome cedar crankbaits for the grass on Lake Seminole. Another pattern that is really turning on is flipping main-lake grasslines. When flipping, look for about 7 to 8 feet of water, and use 1-oz. weights, 5/0 Gamakatsu Heavy Cover Worm hooks, a Snell Knot and a 6-inch Big Bite Baits Kreit Kreature in watermelon. I like to take a pair of scissors and cut off the middle tentacles on the Kreit Kreature. This gives the bait an awesome look to the fish, and they seem to grab the head of it more for better hook-ups.”

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