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Things are really picking up on Guntersville and the Big G is really starting to show why it’s one of the best bass lakes in the Nation. Lots of fish roaming the shallows and clients are getting them on rattle baits. Square lip crankbaits & jerkbaits are still producing while the Alabama rig bite has started to rebound and will continue to get better. Water temps are ranging 49-54 degrees with water clarity clear to slight stain.
Old Man winter has got his grips on us and we can’t seem to shake loose. More serve cold weather is forecasted for us this coming week. The good news is the bass are biting if you don’t mind cold. My client and I put the hurt on them with Xcalibur rattlebaits and jerkbaits. We targeted grass in 4-6 ft. around scattered grass and stumps. Water clarity is clear to slightly stained in most areas and water temps are ranging 42-44 degrees. Current is moderate with TVA pulling 47k CFS. I’m ready for some 50 degree days for crying out loud!
If you are coming to Classic in Birmingham, I have February 17th available to fish on Guntersville. I also have February 6, 10-12, 25-28th.
Spring months are still booking up and I only have the following days left open. March 3, 4, 10-12, 17, & 18th and April 3, 4, 22, 23, & 30th.
Call today at 256-655-8292 to reserve your date or visit www.mildrillafishing.com Full time USCG licensed captain that spends over 250 days a year on the water. Full time guide on Lake Guntersville for last 12 years and over 26 years of bass fishing experience allows me to give you the most knowledgeable guided fishing experience available. I supply everything you need to go fishing. I only use the best boats and gear from Falcon Rods, Shimano, Sunline, Yum, Booyah, Xcalibur, Heddon, Cotton Cordell, Bomber, Smithwick, Rebel, Phoenix Boats, Mercury Outboards, and T & H Marine. If you book a trip with me then you fish with me, I do not sub trips out.
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