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Guntersville Lake

SEASON: Post-Spawn (Current)
SPECIES: Largemouth Bass
WATER CLARITY: 8/10

Relevant Gear for Guntersville Lake Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing

Post-Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Rich Lindgren

    With water temps in the Mid 60's, the Majority of the Bass in Mid April have already spawned, but pockets with large laydowns and hard bottom area great place... Read More

    Season: Post-Spawn

    Structure: Laydowns

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Neko Rigs

    Zoom Brush Hog Green Pumpkin / 6"

    Brush Hog Green Pumpkin / 6"

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Other Season Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Bradley Gulledge

    3.5” shad swim bait

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Baitfish

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')

  • Reported by Bradley Gulledge

    Feather chatter bait along the rip rap

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Rip Rap

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Chatterbaits

    ZMan Jack Hammer Chatterbait 3/8 oz / Green Pumpkin

    Jack Hammer Chatterbait 3/8 oz / Green Pumpkin

    zman

  • Reported by Seth Feider

    Flipping matted vegetation all day everyday of the tournament produced a check. Heavier weight was key to not only trigger a bite, but also cover more water.

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Texas Rigs (Pitch/Flip)

    VMC Ringed HD Wide Gap Hook 4/0

    Ringed HD Wide Gap Hook 4/0

    vmc

  • Reported by Bradley Gulledge

    Live target popper over grass

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

  • Reported by Bradley Gulledge

    Flipping grass mats with a Vic Tokyo rig and a creature bait

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Grass Jigs

    VMC Tokyo Rig #3/0

    Tokyo Rig #3/0

    vmc

  • Reported by Bradley Gulledge

    Storm wild eye shad swimbait 3.5 inch

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')

  • Reported by Patrick Walters

    The Tennessee River is a tough nut to crack during the Fall, the grass has came to the surface and matted up and the bait has swarmed to the shallows.... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Texas Rigs (Pitch/Flip)

    Zoom Z Craw Jr. California 420 / 3 1/2"

    Z Craw Jr. California 420 / 3 1/2"

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  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Docks

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Ned Rigs

    ZMan Finesse Shroomz Weedless GREEN PUMPKIN / 1/10 OZ

    Finesse Shroomz Weedless GREEN PUMPKIN / 1/10 OZ

    zman

  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')

  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12')

  • Reported by Robert Coleman

    Tuff conditions for the MLF Toyota Central Series. Weighed in 2 fish day 1 for 5.5lbs. Was in 58th place on the Co-Angler's division and day 2 didn't even get... Read More

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Forage: Shad

    Technique: Lipless Crankbaits

  • Reported by Omnia Fishing

    Best luck has come fishing 6 - 8 foot grass. Cranking has produced the biggest fish. Lipless crankbaits while covering water and settling down in areas holding fish. Picking those... Read More

    Season: Pre-Spawn

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Medium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12')

    Berkley Frittside 7 Crankbait Special Red Craw / 2 1/2"

    Frittside 7 Crankbait Special Red Craw / 2 1/2"

    berkley

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