Posted by Shad Lips on November 15, 2002 at 07:24:38:
In Reply to: Re: Guntersville crappie and bluegill posted by sethook on November 14, 2002 at 21:32:19:
I was under the big bridges where Hwy 431 crosses the river channnel in Guntersville. The bridge on the Hwy 69 causeway has been producing plenty of bream too. If I were you I would pick whichever one will be least affected by the wind on the day you plan to fish. I tie my rope to a bar clamp attached to one of the concrete pilings when fishing under Brown's Creek (Hwy 69) causeway. You can find plenty of ropes hanging under the big bridges (Hwy 431) to tie off your boat.
I forgot to mention that I saw a bream fisherman yesterday who had a spotted bass eat a small bluegill he caught. After a pretty good tussle on ultralight tackle, he landed the bass with the bluegill stuck in its throat. You just never know what will happen when you go fishin'. Good Luck!
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