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Spring

  • Springtime Bass Fishing on Alabama’s Lay Lake
    April 19, 2013

    The notoriety this man made Coosa River Lake has received, just in the last decade alone, is phenomenal. Since i twas impounded in 1914 – a lake, now almost one hundred years old to date -- Alabama’s Lay lake just keeps on getting better. Th...

  • Fishing Alabama's Lake for Big Prespawn Bass
    January 10, 2013

    It’s a known fact Alabama’s bass feed and fatten up during the late winter / early spring period. Officially, that’s February here in Alabama. March is the pre spawn month for most of Alabama’s bass. However, this year the month of February at ...

  • Places to Search for Lake Wedowee’s Late Winter and Early Spring Bass…Get The Point?
    February 21, 2011

    Late-winter warming trends, a full moon phase, the lake’s rising waters and early spring’s sun-drenched, shallow water. These are all triggering aspects that greatly influence the movement of pre-spawn bass. All of which already “instinctively kn...

Summer

  • Summertime Night Fishing On Guntersville Lake - For Big, Largemouth Bass
    June 6, 2011

    As summer officially gets underway, the largemouth bass of Guntersville lake continue to feed and fatten up both during the hot, daytime hours and all throughout the night. Although many anglers choose to continue their fishing during the day, some hav...

  • Lake Demopolis Summer Fishing Tips
    February 9, 2011

    Demopolis Lake Impounded 1954 South Alabama Lake Level: (Varies, could be down 1- 4 feet) Summer Fishing Lake Demopolis DAY Demopolis Lake. When it gets hot your fishing may suffer if you are not a river angler when fishing the old Warrior Riv...

  • Deep Summer Bass
    February 9, 2011

    The deeper bass of summer. These are the bass that spend their time -- both during the day and at night – either resting, or foraging for food in and around the lake’s deeper waters. Big bass of summer have various hang-outs they prefer. To the ...

Fall

  • September is the Transition Month in Alabama
    September 8, 2011

    By summer’s end the bass of Alabama’s Coosa River impoundment Lay Lake, have gotten pretty set in their ways. After all, they are prisoners of their environment. Meaning (no pun intended), that these Lay Lake Coosa River breed of spotted bass a...

  • The Ups and Downs of Fall Bass Fishing
    September 8, 2011

    Every fall season bass anglers (and the bass they pursue) face a set of circumstances way beyond their control. Either rising or falling lake levels. Adjusting to these ever-changing water fluctuations is a daily challenge…for both the angler and...

  • Factors of Fall Fishing
    February 9, 2011

    Understanding the various stages of bass movement can increase your catch. Seasonal migrations of bass take place during four periods throughout the year. Fall-in any part of the country-is a time of change as waters begin to cool and bass migrate f...

Winter

  • Wintertime Bass Fishing Tips for Alabama's Lakes
    December 8, 2011

    ALSO AT THE END OF THESE WINTERTIME FISHING TIPS, ”FISHING FOR BASS WITH TOPWATER LURES DURING THE WINTER SEASON” By Reed Montgomery 12,174 WORDS! All written By Reed Montgomery / Reeds Guide Service (205) 663-1504 E-mail: alabassgy...

  • Places to Search for Lake Wedowee’s Late Winter and Early Spring Bass…Get The Point?
    February 21, 2011

    Late-winter warming trends, a full moon phase, the lake’s rising waters and early spring’s sun-drenched, shallow water. These are all triggering aspects that greatly influence the movement of pre-spawn bass. All of which already “instinctively kn...

  • Late Winter and Early Spring on Lake Wedowee
    February 21, 2011

    Lake Wedowee is the Place to Be in Alabama For Late Winter / Early Spring Big Trophy Bass Action! By Reed Montgomery I’ve written about it many times before. In the recent early winter issue of Lake Wedowee Life in my, “Hooked on Lake Wedowee...

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