Lake Seminole Fishing Report – September 2006

GON Staff | August 29, 2006

Seminole: Level: 1.0 feet below full pool. Temp: 86 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Fair. Butch Tucker said it’s been too hot and folks really aren’t fishing much. September will be about the same type of fishing that’s been going on for the last several months. Fish frogs on top of hydrilla mats early in the morning. You can also pick up a few fish on buzzbaits around the grass points in Spring Creek. Chug Bugs and Pop-Rs will produce in these areas, too. If you find water moving, fish cuts in the grass with crankbaits and Carolina rigs. A midday pattern is to fish the deep hydrilla edge, throwing a 3/4- to 1-oz. jig or Brushog inside the grass and then pulling it out. “They’re going to stay on that summer pattern until October or November, when it finally cools off and the fish start feeding up shallow,” said Butch.

Bream: Great. Jack Wingate reports that the bream are still on beds and quite a few limits are being caught. Wigglers and pond worms are working.

Crappie: Fair. Several good catches were reported last week. Minnows and black/chartreuse jigs were workin

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