Lake Seminole Fishing Report – June 2007

GON Staff | May 29, 2007

Seminole: Level: 1.1 feet below full pool. Temp: 83 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Good. Dragonflies are out, and it’s good topwater fishing all day. “A catch of nine nice ones came in on a silver Crazy Shad last week,” said Jack Wingate. “They are biting good because the smoke is heavy [from the forest fires] and keeping the sun from getting to the water too much.” Throw plastics in the middle of the day in junebug and green-pumpkin colors. Go back to the topwater around grass mats in the afternoon.

Bream: Good. “A lot of big bluegills are coming in on crickets,” said Jack. Some real nice bream were also taken on chartreuse jigs while fishing for crappie.”
Crappie: Great. “Chartreuse jigs are producing untold amounts of crappie,” said Jack. They are fishing in 7 feet of water on the main lake off the grass walls.

Hybrids: Good. “Jigging spoons and live threadfin shad are producing good amounts of hybrids at the mouth of Spring Creek where it feeds into the Flint River,” said Jack.

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