Lake Seminole fishing is known around the world for the Largemouth Bass that can be found throughout the lake, in every condition from shallow to deep, with many different types of water that cover the full range between muddy and clear.
Several Bass varieties are the most common, averaging over 2 pounds, with recreational anglers regularly landing fish in the 5-6 pound range and even more.
- Largemouth Bass
- Striped Bass
- White Bass
- Black Bass
- Hybrid Bass
There are a ton of online resources for locating the different types of Bass, with all the strategies for hooking them including rig, bait, and where to find them. There’s a reason Lake Seminole is a popular location for fishing tournaments!
Many famed anglers, who regularly visit the lake, say that Largemouth fishing is best from February – May, and that the biggest rewards often come from fishing the edge habitat near plant beds. Bass, however, aren’t the only fish to be found in the lake. Crappie, Chain Pickerel, Catfish and other species abound!
The many bait and tackle shops around the lake are happy to discuss what rigs and baits are working best at any given time for all these species, so chat them up to get the lowdown.