Lake Seminole Fishing Reports – September 2020
Seminole: Level: 0.3 feet below full pool. Temp: Upper 80s. Clarity: The Flint and Chattahoochee arms have a slight stain while Spring Creek remains clear.
Bass: Guide Paul Tyre of Lake Seminole Fishing Adventure reports, “Currently the bass have been biting topwater lures in the mornings and afternoons. Walking baits like a Heddon Zara Spook and buzzbaits continue to generate some explosive strikes on the grasslines on the main lake. Plastic worms like a 5-inch YUM Dinger in junebug fished weightless along the grasslines have been very productive after the topwater bite slows. As we move into September the topwater bite should continue and get even better as the bass start the fall feed. If you are coming to Lake Seminole in September, swimbaits, crankbaits and jerkbaits are also productive if the shad are running.” Guide Aaron Crews, of Lake Seminole Guide Service, reports, “Bass fishing is slow, so flipping is the ticket now, but that will change with cooler nights. Crankbait fishing will begin to be a dominant tactic. I expect that the shoal bass will be active with recent rains. Catfish are in 10 to 15 feet of water on worms and cut bait. Sept. 2 is the full moon, and Sept. 16 is the new moon. Alligator season is in progress with good results. Teal season is coming, and the grass is in good condition for duck season. Teal are beginning to show up. The drake blue-winged teal are the first to migrate.”
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