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Guntersville Lake

AL (DeKalb, Jackson, Marshall)

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Fall Styles

These are the styles that are relevant to your species in this season:

  • A-Rigging
  • Buzz Baiting
  • Carolina Rigging
  • Cast/Retrieve Deep
  • Cast/Retrieve Mid Depth
  • Cast/Retrieve Shallow
  • Chatterbaiting
  • Crankbaiting
  • Dropshot
  • Finesse Fishing
  • Froggin
  • Jerk Baiting
  • Livebait Rigging
  • Ned Rigging
  • Neko Rigging
  • Power Fishing
  • Power Jigging
  • Shaky Head Fishing
  • Spinnerbaits
  • Spybaiting
  • Texas Rigging
  • Top Water
  • Trolling Deep
  • Trolling Mid Depth
  • Trolling Shallow
  • Vertical Jigging Deep
  • Vertical Jigging Mid Depth
  • Vertical Jigging Shallow
  • Wacky Rigging

Lake Details

Summary

What you need to know about fishing Guntersville Lake

Lake Guntersville is the largest body of water in Alabama with roughly 67,900 acres and stretches 75 miles from Nickajack Dam to Guntersville Dam. The lake is located in the northern part of Alabama between Bridgeport and Guntersville along the Tennessee River. Free boat launches and private marinas line the shore up and down the lake providing easy access to the water. With a max depth of 62 feet and an abundance of aquatic vegetation, this fishery provides anglers with unlimited options to locate and catch fish. Although there is a great deal of different species, Largemouth Bass are the most targeted. Many tournaments are held along the lake year-round. They range from weekday night tournaments to the biggest stages in the industry, including the 2020 Bassmaster Classic. Largemouth Bass are often caught flipping baits around vegetation or submerged stumps. Panfish can be caught year-round but the most popular times are late spring to early summer. Sauger and Walleye are often caught when they make runs up the creeks during the winter/early spring. Max Depth: 62 ft, Average Depth: 15 ft

Waterbody Type

Lake/Pond

Coordinates

-85.9352W
34.6614N

Surface Area

265.48 sq. km

Avg. Depth

0 ft.

Species Present

Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Panfish / Bluegill, Catfish, Sauger, White Bass

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    A-RiggingBuzz BaitingCarolina RiggingCast/Retrieve DeepCast/Retrieve Mid DepthCast/Retrieve ShallowChatterbaitingCrankbaitingDropshotFinesse FishingFrogginJerk BaitingLivebait RiggingNed RiggingNeko RiggingPower FishingPower JiggingShaky Head FishingSpinnerbaitsSpybaitingTexas RiggingTop WaterTrolling DeepTrolling Mid DepthTrolling ShallowVertical Jigging DeepVertical Jigging Mid DepthVertical Jigging ShallowWacky Rigging

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    Summertime Guntersville

    The Bassmaster Elite Series is heading to Lake Guntersville June 21st through the 24th and these are the baits that will help you get bit during this time of year. Click Here to learn more information on the Bassmaster Elite Series event held on Guntersville.

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