Lake Guntersville 1.28.15
The day started off with a bang with a solid bass on a SPRO Aruku Shad and we must of hit him on the head because for the next 2 hours we chunked n wind, yo yo’ed, our baits with them just slapping at it. When the wind laid down and the sun popped out things began to pick up some with many missed oppertunities either pulling off during the fight or human error trying to boat flip a chunk we salvaged the trip with some decent bass, when they started to get active you had to tick the grass a steady pace with a some twitching every now and then, you had to be in the green grass if you was bringing back stalks you needed to move on till you found the thick green grass..
We took pics and they headed home. With it being so nice out I went back out over the areas where we had bites and managed to land a couple. Doing the same retrieve I got lucky when this Toad loaded up my rod, it was a great fight she pulled drag a few times before I was able to land her and she was a tank I should of measured her I’m guessing she was 26-27 inches long and fat, and the bass that is in the pic with her was your standard 4lb Guntersville Largemouth.
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Water Temp 48 (end of day)
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