Fishing report from Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service

2012-06-19 21:29:57
Guntersville Lake, Alabama - Freshwater Fishing Report
Mid Lake
Curtis Staley

<p>Fishing is still good on the big G. We have been catching some really good fish here lately but timing is everything.You can hit one spot 2 or 3 times and nothing much happens and then you pull up and catch 25 pounds in 30 minutes.

Football jigs are hot and big worms are working to. Current is playing a big role in the day right now , It's like a light switch

for them. The water color is improving daily since the winds have died and the crankbait bite has picked up in the last few days

along with the a-rig. Swimbaits and spoons are working some to.

There are still alot of the little fish schooling and if that is what you are wanting to catch you can have a hay day with little Pop r type baits. No telling how many you could catch , they are just 8 to 12 in fish and occasionally you will catch some bigger.The big fish will come up every now and then and that is when the spook comes out. Flukes are also producing.

Sure is nice to be able to post some reports now that I finally got moved in and everything hooked up.

If your not fishing the grass target shell beds in 12 to 18 feet. As long as you are marking bait on the graph something

Will happen sooner or later.

Good luck and hope this helps.

I have some days available if you want to go catch some fish. Just call or email to set your day up now.

Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service

Lake Guntersville, Al

www.guntersvillebass.com

www.curtstaley.com

Email guntersvillebass@gmail.com

Cell # - 256-990-0376

Fish Species: Bass
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Water Depth: 6 to 20
Water Temperature: 80
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Curtis Staley

About The Author: Captain Curtis Staley

Company: Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service

Area Reporting: Lake Guntersville ,AL

Bio: Professional guide and tournament angler and owner of Curt Staley's Pro Guide Service on beautiful Lake Guntersville in northeast Alabama.

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