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  Subject: Guntersville, Alabama

Submitted by Jack from S. Sauty

Date Fished: 8/23/2012
Water Temperature: 86
Water Clarity: 0

This is for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Tuesday I got out for my two hour evening trip and caught four bass between 2-4 and 2-15 all on the Booyah A-Jig and a Yum Wooly Hawgtail trailer. They were in 8 ft. of water on the side of a underwater grass point, this point does not show from the bank, but on the graph it does. This point is back in a creek off the main river channel. The hydrills is scattered in the 8-10 ft. of water but gets thicker as you get shallower. The bass seem to be in the scattered hydrilla and a little deeper water.

Wednesday I got out from 5 pm till 7 and caught four bass all on the A-Jig and Wooly Hawgtail. I caught them on a main lake underwater grass point which only drops two feet from the top of it to the bottom. I had caught them there about six weeks ago, but nothing since. Wednesday I did see some shad schools and some surface activity. The four bass were all from 2-1 to 2-10. Not big fish but at least some action.

Thursday I fished from 5:15 pm till 7:15 and caught five bass all on the A-Jig and Wooly Hawgtail. I fished the underwater point back in the creek where I caught them Tuesday. I did not find them on the point or either side but in a valley off from the side of the point in 11 feet of water. The bass were 2-2 to 2-14. If you find fish at a spot one day and nothing the next, you have to expand the area around that spot, and usually you will find them again. I keep a marker bouy on my front deck gunnel and when I get a bite, I kick it in to mark that spot. I also look to the shore or trees to get a mark to line up that same cast again. If you can make that same cast to the same spot you will usually be rewarded. Last night I after that first bass, I lined up my with my marker bouy and a tree on the far bank and caught two more bass in the next four casts. Then they just quit. I picked up my other rod with a A-Jig and a different color Wooly Hawgtail and quickly caught two more. It is important to work an area good and to switch baits or colors when they quit bitting. Good Luck out there!

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