Lake Seminole Fishing Report – September 2018

GON Staff | September 4, 2018

Seminole: Level: 6 inches below full pool. Temp: Upper 80s. Clarity: Slightly stained.

Bass: Guide Aaron Crews reports, “I feel that the shad will start suspending in the trees on the edges of Spring Creek. I fish the treetops with crankbaits or a Little George. Topwater is doing good on bass early and late. Deep crankbaits in shad patterns and Carolina rigs are working in deep water for better fish. Smaller bass are on junebug worms on the edges of grasslines.”

Misc: Guide Aaron Crews reports, “We had a mayfly hatch on the full moon. Fly fishermen are having good success on chartreuse flies, as well as mayfly imitations. Catfish are biting cutbait. According to Liz at Trails End, several people are catching bream, blue gill, redbreast, shellcracker and catfish. Spoons are working in deep water over mussel beds on catfish, stripers, hybrids and bass. Crappie are being caught in 14 to 20 feet of water on minnows.”

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