February 4, 2013
I’ve been fishing Lake Guntersville over the past few weeks in anticipation of starting the 2013 tournament season. It’s given me an opportunity to dial in all of my new tackle and equipment, and gain confidence in some new lipless crankbaits I’ve added to my arsenal for this season. The lipless crankbait bite on Guntersville is strong right now and will continue to get better as the pre-spawn approaches. I throw a lipless crankbait throughout the winter and pre-spawn on any body of water with grass in it, because it’s an effective tool to cover water quickly and efficiently and helps me find concentrations of pre-spawn bass.