• Happy Birthday America from Guntersville

    Guntersville Bass Guides
    (256) 698-6593 http://guntersvillebassguides.com/ guntersvillebassguides@gmail.com
  • Professional Fishing Guides for Lake Guntersville in Alabama. We fish out of a Phoenix Bass Boat with Duckett Rods n Reels We will utilize lasted in electronics by Lowrance And a host of tackle, all provided for you. Please feel free to bring you own gear if you are more comfortable doing so. . We also provide bottle water and ice. We are now offering Smallmouth trips!

  • Happy Birthday America from Guntersville

    Guntersville Has Produced Some Big Bass This Past Week! We started to see them getting grouped up , catching several off one area. But it is still a day to day deal it seems pretty much impossible to rely on one spot to produce day after day these fish are so beat up from all the fishing pressure they are moving after some have been caught or they just shut down and nip at lure when it gets close. So we just keep fishing new water as often that we can to keep putting our customers on great Guntersville Bass...
    Water temp 83
    Water clarity 4ft
    Heres some pics: ( and you might think the guy in blue is a repeat picture but it isn't not one fish is re pictured ) Josh Bertus and I Won a tournament with 15.66lbs (3 fish limit)



















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    Capt. Jim
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