Lake Seminole Fishing Report – June 2008

GON Staff | May 27, 2008

Seminole: Level: 0.6 feet below full pool. Temp: Mid 70s. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Great. Steve Holt said the bite is better than it’s been in a long time at Seminole. Thirty-three out of 75 boats brought in a limit at the recent Backwoods event on the lake. It took a 20-lb. sack to win it, and the big fish was an 8.28-lb. toad. Steve said most of the fish were caught up the Flint River arm on spinnerbaits, flukes and buzzbaits. Try fishing a white buzzbait or spinnerbait or a shad-colored fluke around the grass early for a good topwater bite. A Texas-rigged worm around the deep grass in 16 to 20 feet of water in the Spring Creek area is also producing. “Watermelon,” said Steve when asked about color. “If they’re fishing the grass at Seminole, they’re probably fishing green.”

Shellcracker: Good, according to the latest report from Jack Wingate. “Bream and shellcracker came in all week long on crickets and wigglers,” his report read. “Some very fine ones.”

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