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Sunline fishing lines
Sunline Super FC Sniper

Sniper is an excellent all around Florocarbon line. Fluorocarbon 100%, Tournament System Line. Good Sensivity, Low Strech, and Great Clarity.

Sunline Super FC Sniper FC Fluorocarbon Line was born in Japan, but earned its reputation as an outstanding line by whipping-up on big bass stateside. Formulated with the stealthyness of a sniper, Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon Line is nearly invisible and offers a high specific gravity which makes it ideal for picking off bass in deep water. Super FC Sniper Fluorocarbon Line offers outstanding durability, high strength to diameter ratio and low water absorption which minimizes line weakening underwater.

Shimano Reels

Shimano SCI-1

Shimano reels have been my choice long before I ever choose a career in fishing. It’s very simple; Shimano reels perform day after day and take abuse that fishing in the grass delivers. At Mildrilla Fishing we use Shimano reels because they perform and last longer than any other reel on the market. Serious fishermen choose Shimano!

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Report on Fishing Conditions on Lake Guntersville

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CURRENT CONDITIONS

03/03/14

Client with a bounty of Guntersville largemouth

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.

01/25/14

Client of Tim Chandler fishing on Lake Guntersville, AL

Frozen fishing rod guidesOld 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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GENERAL YEARLY CONDITIONS:

JANUARY - MARCH

January through March Fishing COnditions on Lake Guntersville

Fishing Conditions: This time of year the grass is laying on the bottom dormant waiting for warmer water temperatures. Not only is the grass waiting for warmer temps so are the bass. Bass can be found staging in pockets and creeks. I suggest targeting breaklines and humps to find fish.

Recommended Tackle :
Shimano Curado
G.Loomis GLX Cranking Casting Rod 7'11" H 956 CBR
Sunline Super FC Sniper 16 lb test
SPRO McStick
SPRO Aruku Shad
SPRO John Crews Little John
Alabama Rig with Big Bite Baits Dean Rojas - Cane Thumper

MARCH - APRIL

March - April fishing on Lake Guntersville, Alabama

Fishing Conditions: The water is warming up and the bass are getting active. This is when the spawn begins and bass can be seen in very shallow water. Baits work best when fished in aprox. 1-4 ft of water.

Recommended Tackle:
Shimano Chronarch
G.Loomis IMX Mag Bass Rod 7' Heavy 844C MBR
Sunline Super FC Sniper 16 lb test
Big Bite Baits Swimming Craw
Big Bite Baits Trick Stick
Big Bite Baits Dean Rojas - Cane Thumper
SPRO John Crews Fat John 60

 

APRIL - MAY

Fishing Conditions April through May on Lake Guntersville, ALFishing Conditions: Bass can be found and caught in just about every condition. There will be bass in pre-spawn, spawn, and post-spawn which means fish will be in all water depths. Bass can be caught on many other types of lures fished in a variety of ways.

Recommended Tackle:
Shimano Chronarch
G.Loomis IMX Spinnerbait Rod 6'9" Med Hvy 813C SBR
Sunline Shooter Fluorocarbon 14 lb test
SPRO Russ Lane Fat Papa 70 Crankbait
Big Bite Baits Trick Stick and Brush Pig Creature
SPRO Popper50
Big Bite Baits Yomama

JUNE - AUGUST

Fishing Conditions June through August on Lake Guntersville, AL

Fishing Conditions: This is the time bass are post-spawn and move out deeper to recuperate from spawning. Topwater baits are excellent choices overtop of the fast growing grass. Fish are also caught on deep diving crankbaits on deep humps and ledges. But, the most exciting pattern is flipping the big 1 once jig into the heavy milfoil and hydrilla.

Recommended Tackle:
Shimano Castaic
G.Loomis NRX Casting Rod Blue 7'5" XH 895C JWR
Sunline Super FC Sniper 12 lb test & Sunline FX Braid 65lb. test
SPRO Little John Baby DD Crankbaits
SPRO DAWG100
SPRO Popper50
Big Bite Baits Kriet Tail Worm
Big Bite Baits Yomama

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER Fishing Conditions during the months of September through October

 

General Fishing Conditions: This is when the temperatures begin to cool back down and it gets the bass moving back to shallower water. This time is the absolute best time to catch bass on a Frog or Rat on top of the grass mats. This pattern is not for the weak at heart, because the bites are explosive!

Recommended Tackle:
Shimano Castaic
G.Loomis Frog Cast Rod 7'9" Mag Heavy TWFR935C
Sunline Shooter Defier 22 lb test. and Sunline FX Braid 65lb. test
Big Bite Baits Top Toad
Big Bite Baits Dean Rojas - Fighting Frog
SPRO Dean Rojas Bronzeye Poppin' Frog
SPRO Dean Rojas Bronzeye Frog

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

Fishing Conditions November through December on Lake Guntersville, AL

General Fishing Conditions: The grass is dying off and leaving just the steams this time of year. With the grass mats reseeding the fish tend to scatter but can be caught on spinnerbaits, buzzbaits, and crankbaits fished through the stringy grass.

Recommended Tackle:
Shimano Chronarch
G.Loomis GL2 Cast Spinnerbait Rod 6'9" Medium 812C SBR
Sunline Super Natural 16 lb test
SPRO Dean Rojas Bronzeye Frog
Big Bite Baits Real Deal Shad
Big Bite Baits Jointed Jerk Minnow 10pk

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