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Guntersville Summer Bass
The predicted rebirth of the bass fishery on Lake Guntersville is on full display as a highly productive spring transitions to an equally good early summer.

Over the last few years, tournament anglers and fun fishermen alike bemoaned the perceived decline of the bass population on the...

Guntersville Fishing Reports
Guntersville July 2018 Fishing Report
Guntersville: Level: 0.7 feet below full. Temp: 78-80 degrees. Clarity: Light stain.

Bass: Guide and tournament pro Mike Carter reports, “The clouds have parted, the floods are over, and the strong current has slowed down. And with all of these conditions finally getting back to...

Other Guntersville Articles
Postspawn bass in a feeding frenzy, with shad spawning in the mornings on rip-rap and shallow grass, and then eating all day to recover from the...

Winter weather doesn’t necessarily mean cooler action for Tennessee River catfish.

In fact, guide Mike Mitchell finds hot action...

The bass bite traditionally gets tough this time of year on Lake Guntersville.

High water temperatures, thick grass, fishing pressure...

It’s 11 p.m. on Lake Guntersville, and there is not even a sliver of a moon in the sky, yet it’s not dark. Mike Bearden’s custom...

The theme of “Make America Great Again” dominated political headlines over the last year. Closer to home, Alabama anglers want a similar...

April 10 ranks as a special date on the fishing calendar for Guntersville guide Donald Johnson.

He has fished the renowned Tennessee...

Crappie fishing on Lake Guntersville offers an almost endless array of possibilities in December.

While traditional trolling techniques...

Very few things suggest Lake Guntersville better than bass in the grass in the fall.

A year-long process of grass expansion culminates...

Whether competing for prize money at a tournament, guiding clients from a chartered boat or just fun fishing, I’d wager that a large portion of...

Any list of the best bass lakes in the nation includes Lake Guntersville. If not No. 1, it’s been very near the very top of any list. Although...

About 50 concerned fishermen, guides and business owners filled Goosepond Tackle in Scottsboro recently to get input from fisheries biologists about a...

Guntersville’s reputation as one of the nation’s top black bass factories has been put to a supreme test in recent months.

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