Lake Seminole Fishing Report – July 2009
GON Staff | June 23, 2009
Seminole: Level: 0.6 feet below full pool. Temp: 88 degrees. Clarity: Lightly stained.
Bass: Good. Matt Baty reports, “There is a pretty good topwater bite going on early in the morning. Fish any topped-out grassbeds that are visible on the main lake. Throw a Big Bite Baits 3 1/2-inch Top Toad in junebug/chartreuse swirl. Swim the frog over the grass mats and in the holes. If you miss a strike, have a back-up rod with a Big Bite Baits 6-inch Jerk Minnow in shad color. This is an awesome one-two punch for early morning bass on Seminole right now. Once the sun gets up, head to deeper grasslines on the main lake or Spring Creek. Fish Texas-rigged Big Bite Baits 6-inch Kriet Tail worms in tilapia color. Use a 1/4- to 5/16-oz. Tungsten weight and fluorocarbon line. This patterns works for quality and quantity.”
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