Fishing Report Lake Guntersville

The bite was really starting to turn on before this last cold front came through. The water temp was up around 60 and there was a lot of fish moving up and all the fish we were catching came from 6 feet or less on crankbaits and traps. After the cold front the water temp dropped almost 10 deg.  Into the low 50’s and a lot of the fish backed out. Cranks and traps are still producing along with a big swimbait and a jig. This next week things should really heat up with all this warm weather that is forecasted and that big wave of fish should really start to move in. Good times are coming as long as another big cold front doesn’t come back in.

This is just a quick report since I had a little time and I am off to the lake for the afternoon. I will post some pics in my next report when I have a little more time and not in a hurry to get to the lake.

Curt Staley’s Pro Guide Service
Lake Guntersville, Alabama
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Curt Staley

About Curt Staley

Full time bass fishing guide on Beautiful Lake Guntersville with 15 years of guiding full time on Lake Guntersville as of 2014. 2015 Marks the start of my 16th year. My target goals are to provide every customer with as much knowledge and know how to make their next trip a great success. Having developed 25 years of fishing experience on Lake Guntersville and resulting in successful events in several regional and national tournament trails my successes are earned with wins and numerous top 5 and top 10 finishes. Prestigious accomplishments include Angler of the year times and following it up the following year with 3rd overall I know my experience will help you tune your techniques to help you catch more fish and be more successful on your next fishing trip.

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