Fishing Report for Lake Seminole
“The Southern Fishing Report”
By Ken Sturdivant
106 Hickory Ridge
770 889 2654
Cumming Georgia 30040
October 17, 2014
LAKE SEMINOLE IS DOWN .47 FEET, CLEAR & MID TO MID 70’S
Bass fishing is fair. Lake Seminole bass fishing is starting to pick up just a little. There are millions of small shad all over the lake and the bass are feeding on them. There is also an abundant amount of 8 to 10 inch bass all over the lake. You can literally catch 100 small bass a day on the lake. For the larger bass, you actually have to just cull through the little ones until you get a big bite. The key is to use small baits that match the size of the shad. Baits such as a 4″ Big Bite Baits Jerk Minnow in white on a Lew’s Spinning Reel with small diameter Sunline Braid is a great combination. Small Buzz baits and spinnerbaits work well also. A Spro Baby Fat John in nasty Shad is great to crank in the shallow grass. Flipping is also good too. When flipping, use a 1 ounce Fish Catchin Fool Tungsten weight and a 4″ White Big Bite Fighting Frog. The stripers and hybrids are also schooling and can be found on the main lake humps using your Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan units.
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