Lake Seminole Fishing Report – November 2007

GON Staff | October 24, 2007

Seminole: Level: 1.4 feet below full pool. Temp: 81 degrees. Clarity: Clear, but the recent rains will probably stir the lake up some.

Bass: Tough. “Everybody’s really waiting on the bite to turn on. It’s just been tough,” said Butch Tucker. “With this cold front moving through it should be getting better on the grass.” Try flipping grass mats at Spring Creek and on the main lake. A creature bait, like Gambler’s Flappy Daddy, rigged on a 1 1/2-oz. tungsten weight punched through the deep grass mats will produce a few fish. Also, with a little wind-generated current, a Texas-rigged worm on a 1/8- to 1/4-oz. lead should be effective off grass points. A few fish are being caught early on topwater along the grass edges up both the Flint and Chattahoochee rivers. Try a Horny Toad or a buzzbait for this topwater bite, and go to a spinnerbait if you can’t get them on top.

Crappie: Good. Speckled perch fishing picks up on the grass lines at Seminole in November. It shouldn’t be a problem to pick up a limit swimming jigs on grass edges this month. See page 128 for Mike Sloan’s November crappie techniques on Seminole.

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