Lake Seminole Fishing Report – December 2019
Seminole: Level: 0.7 feet below full. Temp: Low 60s. Clarity: Lightly stained up the Chattahoochee and Flint; Spring Creek is clear.
Bass: Guide Paul Tyre reports, “We have been catching bass on a variety of lures from spinnerbaits and vibrating jigs to jerkbaits. A 1/2-oz. double willowleaf Strike King Premier Plus spinnerbait in chartreuse and white has produced very well. This bait works well at fast speeds to generate a reaction strike. The new Strike King Thunder Cricket has been very productive this fall, and I expect it to continue to produce all the way into spring. This bait has incredible action to it and a built in trailer keeper hook that works. Jerkbaits have worked well this fall. The key has been working them fast and at a erratic pace. The Strike King KVD jerkbait in the 200 Series and the 300 Series in any shad color has worked well. The Strike KVD series is one of my favorite jerkbaits because it casts so well and the action when worked at a fast erratic pace.” Guide Aaron Crews reports, “Lake Seminole fishing is a little slow. The grass is back and in good shape for pitching and flipping. The spinnerbait bite is slowly turning on with a 3/8- to 1/2-oz. Nichols Metal Flake Spinnerbait in their crystal nickel green. For the cold days to come, vertical presentation of baits like a drop-shot worm, Little George or Hopkins jigging spoons will be effective. Also, if they are pulling water, a black-and-blue jig ’n pig or a Carolina-rigged lizard will work.”
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