• Guntersville Jan 2020

    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!

  • Guntersville Jan 2020

    Well What A Year So Far! With all the warm weather we are having it has the bass doing something lil different for this time of year. They are catchable and once you get one to bite you can catch them for a little while before they smarten up. Theres been some nice ones showing up daily to some new areas.
    Moving baits have been the most productive. Color well we just can't give that one away.. We have pattens working Read more... each area is a little different and take different presentations. Changes a little each day but change is good and each day we find a few more areas holding some nice bass.
    We are booking for 2020. Its time to pick your preferred dates

    Water Temp 51-55 and some stain.

    Here are some open dates for next few weeks. Jan 16,17,19,20,27,28,29.. Feb 3,4,5,6,7,10,11,12,17,18,19,20,21
    Call 256-698-6593 or Click Here
    If Guntersville is on your bucket list then we couldn't think of a better time to come, she is setting up to be a year for the books.
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