Lake Seminole Fishing Report – October 2017

GON Staff | September 28, 2017

Seminole: Level: 0.7 feet low. Temp: Upper 70s, low 80s. Clarity: Stained.

Bass: Guide Aaron Crews reports, “The A.C. Shiner with a tail spinner in the shad color 552 continues to work at first light. The silver-shiner Devil’s Horse does the same. If you are fishing for shoal bass above Bainbridge, start the day with a white buzzbait. Then shift to a lavender-shad Trick Worm. Then, fish small, shad-pattern crankbaits.”

Other: Guide Aaron Crews reports, “The shellcracker and other panfish are being caught on worms and crickets in 4 to 8 feet of water. The bite is slow right now for all species. Crappie and catfish are on minnows in 15 feet of water. The bite will improve with fall weather. The fish should start schooling more. For white bass, fish a Rooster Tail with a red head and a white body. For hybrids and stripers, blue/chrome Rat-L-Traps and a silver-black-back Shad Rap will work.”

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