Lake Seminole Fishing Report

Fishing Report for Lake Seminole

“The Southern Fishing Report”
By Ken Sturdivant
106 Hickory Ridge
770 889 2654
Cumming Georgia 30040
www.southernfishing.com

December 12, 2014

LAKE SEMINOLE IS DOWN .90 FEET, CLEAR, MID 60’S BY MATT BATY

Bass fishing is good. The bass are starting to get grouped up in schools all over the lake as they are getting ready to get into their pre spawn mode. There are multiple ways that you can catch them. With all the grass on the lake dying back, it’s hard to beat a lipless crank bait or a suspended jerk bait. Use your Lowrance Down Scan to find submerged grass flats. When you find the grass, stay on the edges of it and use a Spro Aruku Shad on 50 pound test Sunline FX2 braid. For color choice, this time of year red works well, but shad patterns seem to work better. Use the Aruku Shad as a search bait until you find a school of fish. Then you can slow down with a Spro McStick 110 in Clear/Chartreuse. When fishing the jerkbait, you need to use 12 pound test Sunline FC Reaction Fluorocarbon line, a med. action rod, and a superlight reel such as a Lews Team Lite Reel. These reels only weigh 5.7 ounces and cast a mile. Another pattern that is about to be on fire is to fish deep standing timer in Spring Creek. A Texas rigged 8″ Big Bite Baits Finesse Worm in Blue Fleck or Green Pumpkin rigged on a 4/0 Gamakatsu hook, and a 1/4 Fish Catchin Fool Tungsten is a good technique in the standing timber. Also a 1/2 ounce Buddha Baits Football Jig with a Big Bite Baits Reel Deal Craw as a trailer is also a good technique that catches giants. The Buddha Baits Football Jig features an oversize 6/0 hook that increases power and catch ratios tremendously.

Learn how to use the Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan technology with Southern Fishing on the Water fishing schools. ken@southernfishing.com

The 2015 Atlanta Boat Show is January 11, through 15, 2015 at The Georgia World Congress Center. Meet these anglers in the “Let’s Go Fishing Center”: Ken Sturdivant, Dan Saknini, Mark Smith, Jimbo Mathley, Al Bassett, Tom Branch, Jr., Rick Burns, Rene Hess CCI, Captain Mark Smith, Randy Hancock, Matt Driver, and Chris Scalley.

Copyright 2014 Southern Fishing Schools Inc. calls us to set up a school Maps and Depth Finders or SONAR and Rods Reels and Lures for Bass. 770 889 2654.

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