Lake Seminole Fishing Report September 2013
Seminole: Level: 2.9 feet above full pool. Temp. 81 degrees. Clarity: Muddy.
Bass: Guide Matt Baty reports, “With plenty of current on the lake and rivers, the bite is pretty good. Look for points and cuts on main-lake grassbeds, and fish the current breaks in these areas because the fish will be stacked up in these places. Topwater works good early in the morning or during the day when clouds are present. You need a big topwater plug like a Stanford Turbo Shad that makes a lot of noise but stays in one place for a while. Any color with a chartreuse or yellow belly will be good in the muddy water. Another good option in these areas is a spinnerbait or a shallow-running crankbait such as a Spro Fat John in black/chartreuse. Flipping 1-oz. jigs or 1-oz. Fish Catchin Fool Mat Missles with Big Bite Baits Fighting Frogs is also working good right now in grassbeds 4 to 7 feet deep with current. Use at least 60-lb. Sunline braid with this technique, so that you won’t have any trouble getting the big boys out.”
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