Lake Seminole Fishing Report June 2012

GON Staff | May 31, 2012

Seminole: Level: 1.2 feet low. Temp: 85 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Matt Baty reports, “The topwater bite has really picked up all over the lake. In the early mornings, look for shallow grassbeds with bream and other baitfish present. Use a Stanford Turbo Shad in bull bream color or either a Spro Dawg 100 in old glory. After the sun comes up, there are several different patterns that will work to catch fish. One good technique that catches quality over quantity is to fish a Spro Popping Frog Sr. in natural green over shallow grassbeds. This bite can be a little slow but has been producing some big bites. Another pattern that is working real well is to fish deep grass points in Spring Creek with a Texas-rigged worm. The best setup I have found is to use a 6-inch Big Bite Baits Kriet Tail Worm in tilapia color on a 5/16-oz. tungsten and 20-lb. Sunline fluorocarbon line. These grasslines range anywhere from 10-12 feet or 12-17 feet. The points seem to be producing more fish. As the weather patterns bring more heat, look for the bass to start heading for thicker cover, and then it will be time to break out the flipping sticks.”

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