Posted by Doc on April 23, 2003 at 09:12:50:
In Reply to: LAKE GUNTERSVILLE BREAM FISHING posted by Frank Ryan on April 22, 2003 at 10:34:31:
The bream usually bed in 3 to 5 foot of water at that time of year. Almost any of the back waters, small creeks and coves should hold some bream beds. If the water is clear you may be able to see the beds, they look like little bowls in the gound and will usually have white sheels in them. Sometimes the milfoil starts to grow and will hide them. If thats the case just look for a muddy spot in the grass and start there. Also some of the humps out off shore will hold beds and the fish are larger if you can find them. Use a good lake mapp and your sonar to find the humps. At that time worms, small squirrl tail jigs are my favorite to catch the big red ears and blue gills. Stay out away from the bank for the bigger fish. Good luck and keep what you can eat and let the rest go.
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