largemouth bass fishing in the spread lake guntersville
Jul 2, 2018

Largemouth Bass | Lake Guntersville | Mike Gerry

Alabama’s Lake Guntersville is a largemouth bass haven, so that is why In The Spread traveled there to fish with fishing Captain Mike Gerry. This legendary lake routinely yields massive bass. If you are new to this type of fishing or looking for tournament level knowledge, this bass fishing instructional video is your panacea.


Capt. Gerry has been largemouth bass fishing Lake Guntersville for over two decades. He possesses a unique understanding of the species seasonal behaviors and an incredible variety of techniques for any given conditions. Watch and learn as Mike shares bass fishing tips and strategies on how to fish points, drops and ledges with swim baits and swim jigs.


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