April 17, 2014  

LAKE SEMINOLE IS .09 FEET ABOVE FULL, MUDDY & 67 DEGREES BY MATT BATY 229 726 0513

Bass are in between right now and are not that easy to catch. There are still plenty of spawning fish, but the problem is that you cannot see them. Slower presentations are definitely better and they work well around sand bars on the main lake. If you do not already know where the sandbars are, you can find them easily on your Lowrance Sonar and Structure Scan Units. Once you find a good area, lower you Power Poles and work the area real slow with a 8" Big Bite Baits Kreit Tail Lizard in Black/Blue. With this technique, you will need a Fish Catchin Fool 3/8 ounce Tungsten Weight and a 5/0 Offset Shank Gamakatsu Hook. There is also a shad spawn beginning in backwater areas where green peanut grass is present. To capitalize on a shad spawn, you need either bladed jig or a swimming jig. A new company known as Buddha Baits has some of the best jigs on the market right now. These jigs come with an extremely large heavy duty hook and a very creative and attractive head design. For the swimming jig, use a white 3/8 Buddha Baits In Seine Swim Jig. Use the white swim jig with a 5" Big Bite Baits Cane Thumper in white as a trailer. The bladed jig is called a Swagger Jig. For the Swagger Jig, use a 3/8 in white with silver blade and a 5" white Cane Thumper as well. This technique can be really good if you find the shad in the right areas. For more information and ordering of Buddha Baits, e mail the following address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Learn how to use the Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan technology with Southern Fishing on the Water fishing schools. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Learn how to use the Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan technology with Southern Fishing on the Water fishing schools. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

 

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Matt Baty
Matt Baty