Lake Seminole Fishing Report – October 2006

GON Staff | September 25, 2006

Seminole: Level: 0.9 feet low. Temp: 82 degrees. Clarity: The creek is clear, the lake is light stain.

Fair. “The frog bite is starting to pick up,” said Butch Tucker. “It has been tough for the last four weeks. Throw the frog first thing in the morning, and after that it’s a matter of fishing grasslines with crankbaits and Carolina rigs when the current is moving.” Butch said moving current will form eddies around grass points, and the shad and bass will hold in those areas. Try from Wingate’s to the dam and in the Florida flats. If the current isn’t moving flip 18- to 20-foot hydrilla patches with a big 1-oz. jig or Sweet Beaver.

Bream: Great. “This past Friday, 83 bream were taken by noon on crickets, and another boat reported 40 bream on worms and 43 channel catfish taken on worms,” said Jack Wingate. “Mrs. Bush says she got a very big shellcracker in the 3-lb. class.”

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