Lake Seminole Fishing Report November 2011

GON Staff | October 26, 2011

Seminole: Level: 1.7 feet below full pool. Temp: 70 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Fair. Matt Baty reports, “The bass on Seminole have been a little frustrating to figure out lately. The cooler temperatures should eventually make the fish bite better. There has actually been a decent lipless-crankbait bite going down on the main lake. To cash in on this bite, you need to use a Spro Aruku Shad 75 in old-glory color on 20-lb. Sunline fluorocarbon. The best places to fish the bait are on grass points on the main lake. The grass has actually started dying back already, and in some of these places it may be underwater. This is where your electronics, especially a Navionics chip, will help you find humps and points. This time of year, the fish really just prefer a steady retrieve with the bait. Another pattern that is working well is to fish a spinnerbait in these same areas or a soft-plastic jerkbait. A good spinnerbait to use is a 1/2-oz. Strikezone Lure Company Edgebuster spinnerbait in chartreuse/white or bumble bee. The best soft-plastic jerkbait to use is a 6-inch Big Bite Baits Jerk Minnow in glow silver on a 6/0 EWG Gamakatsu Hook.”

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