Re: Lake Guntersville


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Posted by jd on February 06, 2003 at 09:04:22:

In Reply to: Lake Guntersville posted by Terry J. on February 04, 2003 at 18:35:14:

Guntersville state park in only a few miles downriver and is located at what people usually call mid-lake. The state park is located in Town Creek, which is almost directly across from Siebold Creek once you get to the main channel. The small island at Siebold is a good place to start, and work your way back towards the small airport and fish that whole flat. These areas should hold fish in the grass that will be growing by May. Goose Pond also has some good flats that will be on your left as you head upriver just before your enter the small North Sauty channel leading to Goose Pond.

Just stay in the marked channel once you head upriver from mid-river. Once you figure out that there is an old river channel that is about 1-3 feet deep in most places, you can usually start cruising again after you get over the hump.

Look for emerging grass with your depthfinder and fish the tops with plastics, cranks, spinnerbaits, or whatever tickles your fancy.


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