Lake Seminole Fishing Report November 2012

GON Staff | October 31, 2012

Seminole: Level: 0.5 feet below full pool. Temp: 74 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Tournament angler Matt Baty reports, “The bass are somewhat slow as of right now but should really start picking up with the cooler weather. There is still a bunch of grass all over the lake, and the best bite is fishing in the grass. To find fish, you can start by throwing a lipless crankbait on the edge of grasslines. A Spro Aruku Shad 75 in Old Glory is a good bait for Seminole. The best grasslines are on the main lake where the Flint, Spring Creek and the Hooch all come together near the Indian Mounds. These areas can hold fish at all times of the year. If the lipless crankbait doesn’t work, then flipping is also still good on Seminole. The lower end of Spring Creek is a good place to flip. When flipping, use 60-lb. Sunline Froggin and Flippin Braid with a 1 1/2-oz. tungsten sinker and a 5/0 Gamakatsu EWG hook. The best flipping bait on Seminole is a 4-inch Big Bite Baits Fighting Frog in Hematoma. As the cooler weather sinks in, the bite will pick up, and fish will be a little easier to catch.”

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