Lake Seminole Fishing Report – February 2020

Lake Seminole guide Paul Tyre with a pair of giant Seminole bass.
Lake Seminole guide Paul Tyre with a pair of giant Seminole bass.

Bass fishing on Lake Seminole has been excellent! The water temperatures have been in the upper 50’s to low 60’s. The Flint River arm has been stained from recent rains, with Spring Creek remaining clearer and the Chattahoochee River side has a good stain to it.

As we move into February, bass will be staging in their pre-spawn areas feeding and preparing for the spawning cycle. Spinnerbaits, swim jigs and lipless crankbaits will be productive lures.

One of my favorite early spring spinnerbaits is a 1/2 oz Booyah Covert Series Tandem Spinnerbait in chartreuse and white fished along the grass lines and over the grass flats.

A great swim jig is the Untamed Tackle Heavy Cover Swim Jig. It comes equipped with an Owner Jungle Flipping Hook, which is a great hook that can be used on fluorocarbon or heavy braided line. Another great feature of Untamed Tackle products is that no super glue is needed to secure your trailer due to the patent pending Quad Keeper. Cast this swim jig around shallow cover like pads, grass etc. and cover a lot of water.

One of my favorite lipless crankbaits is a Profound Outdoors Azuma Shaker Z in Seminole Breeze, this is a proven color that catches big ones! This is great lure for covering the grass flats.

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