Lake Seminole Fishing Report March 2014
Seminole: Level: 0.6 feet above full pool. Temp: 60 degrees. Clarity: Muddy.
Bass: Excellent. Tournament angler Matt Baty reports, “Bass fishing is tremendous right now. It has been taking phenomenal bags to win most tournaments. The record for a five-bass limit in a bass tournament was just broken over the weekend with a five-bass limit at 38.88 pounds being weighed in during a Media Bass tournament. The fish are in full prespawn mode right now and can be caught very easily on lipless crankbaits. Use your Lowrance Electronics and mapping to look for areas such as ditches and depressions on main-lake flats, and throw a Spro Aruku Shad 85 in mudbug red. Use Sunline FX2 braid in 50-lb. and a high-speed Lews Tournament Speed Spool in 7:1 gear ratio. The heavy 3/4-oz. works best because the grass has died back a lot from all the mud and cold weather. This technique is the best running right now. Another way to catch some really nice fish is to look for dead hyacinths that have been blown in around weed clumps and islands. Use a 1 1/4-oz. Fish Catchin Fool Tungsten Weight, a 5/0 Gamakatsu Heavy Cover Flippin Hook a 4-inch Big Bite Baits Yo Mamma in Hematoma and heavy braid. Big females will stage up underneath the hyacinths when the sun is out getting ready for the spawn.”
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