Lake Seminole Fishing Report November 2017

Seminole: Level: 0.8 feet low. Temp: Upper 70s. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Guide Aaron Crews reports, “I believe the cooler fall temperatures will bring more active fishing, particularly for bass in the low-light hours. Fish the following: a Jittterbug in black or red/white, a Devil’s Horse in silver shiner, an A.C. Shiner with a tail spinner in a shad pattern, a Don Iovino Splash-it in a shiner pattern, a white buzzbait, a white spinnerbait with double gold willowleaf blades, a No. 7 Shad Rap in silver with a black back or a shad pattern and both a DD14 and a DD22 in deeper water in lavender shad. Fish Trick Worms and Super Flukes over grass.”

Other: Guide Aaron Crews reports, “Crappie are being caught in 10 to 20 feet of water on minnows. Panfish are being caught on Beetle Spins up the Flint and on the lake in 5 to 10 feet of water using red wigglers. Catfish are coming in 10 to 20 feet of water on gizzards and cut baits. Hybrids and stripers are being caught in 15 feet of water and can be caught on minnows, crankbaits and blue/chrome Rat-L-Traps.”

Share.

Comments are closed.