Lake Seminole Fishing Report – March 2024

GON Staff | February 28, 2024

Seminole: Level: Full at 77.5. Temp: Low 60s. Clarity: Stained to clearing.

Bass: Capt. Paul Tyre reports, “The bass fishing on Lake Seminole has been very productive through the month of February. As we move into March, it’s one of my favorite months to catch some of the biggest bass that Lake Seminole has to offer! A variety of lures have been and will continue to produce throughout March. A swim jig, like the 6th Sense Divine in 5/16-oz. in the black/blue color, is one of my favorites. One feature that makes the 6th Sense Divine swim jig unique is the keeper that locks on your plastic trailer and allows you to pull the jig through the heaviest of cover with higher-strength rods and braided line. Crankbaits are great for covering water, especially a lipless crankbait like a 6th Sense 70 in any shad color. Fish it over the submerged grass that is so prevalent on Lake Seminole.”

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Crappie: Capt. Paul Tyre reports, “The crappie fishing on Lake Seminole has also been excellent.  Through March, the crappie will be in their spawning areas, and it can be some of the best crappie fishing of the year. We have had great success using a 6th Sense Clobber Minnow in any shad color rigged on a 1/16-oz. crappie jig head.”

For a Lake Seminole Fishing Adventure this winter, give Paul Tyre a call at 850.264.7534 or follow them on Instagram and Facebook.

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