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Bow Bucks : Strategy, Food Sources, WMAs

Big Kings : Of October

Pickwick Bass : Are On Fire!

Alabama Gators : A Seaston For The Record Books

Guntersville’s Summer Bass: Deep, Quick And Big
Lake Guntersville’s reputation as a producer of tournament-quality largemouth bass is well-deserved and known everywhere in fishing circles. Stop on a hot ledge, and fill a five-fish limit of 4- to 6-lb. fish in a few minutes.

A brief mid-afternoon outing with B.A.S.S. Elite...

Guntersville Fishing Reports
Guntersville October 2014 Fishing Report
Guntersville: Level: 0.5 feet below full pool. Temp: 82-85 degrees. Clarity: Light stain.

Bass: Guide Mike Carter reports, “The past couple of weeks has been somewhat slow, but my clients and I were still able to put a few quality fish in the boat on each trip despite the...

Other Guntersville Articles
Editor’s Note: Miraculous. Improbable. Stunning. There are so many words that accurately describe Alabamian Randy Howell’s final-day...

The best and brightest in bass fishing converge on Lake Guntersville in late February for the Bassmaster Classic. Always a spectacle, the Classic...

Like a tumultuous stock market, Guntersville frog fishing annually experiences its highs and lows, the vagaries of the addictive practice never more...

For the bass angler—grizzled tournament veteran, weekend junky or once-a-year novice—there is no bad time to visit Lake Guntersville....

Like clockwork, trap time on Lake Guntersville rolls around with dependable regularity each year. “Trap time” is an abbreviated but...

The word Guntersville evokes a certain reverence among bass anglers. There is no need to drag it out by implanting the title of “Lake” in...

Bass fishing on Lake Guntersville has been scrutinized and analyzed from almost every possible angle. The lake receives intense pressure from anglers...

Want to get the same joy out of catching bream that you did as a kid? Try doing it with a fly rod, and the nonstop action that is bream fishing is...

Visitors to Lake Guntersville generally arrive with a singular idea in mind: fish the grass. The sprawling Tennessee Valley Authority reservoir in...

Frigid winter nights in north Alabama are normally best spent by the fire, even for the most passionate of fishermen. While there are fish to be...

An old fishing maxim suggests the slower the better for winter fishing.

That idea is proving true once again in another frigid winter...

For Ed Gettys, October bassin’ on Lake Guntersville means froggin’ and flippin’. Blend in the flash of spinnerbait blades to add a...

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