Georgia Lake Seminole  Largemouth Bass  Day #5  State #6 June 17, 2009 06/13/09 Pennsylvania
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Weaver's Guide Service
Guide: Randy Weaver
237 River Road
Bainbridge, GA 39819
Phone: 229-248-0876
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Day #5 was a bounce back day as far as fish in the boat were concerned.  The day started early as guide Randy Weaver met us at 5:30 AM for our morning on the famous largemouth bass fishery known as Lake Seminole in southwestern Georgia.

We passed the 1500 mile mark the night before on the odometer as we rode into Georgia.  Wingate’s campground on the shores of Lake Seminole was a welcome sight – not just because we could put our feet up but because it was a gorgeous campground.  We were one of only a handful of campers so we had the pick of the park. 

One unfortunate event occurred on our drive up from Florida or possibly very fortunate depending on your point of view.  Just when Taylor was getting a bit tired at the wheel a hawk collided with our windshield at 70mph which was pretty disturbing.  However, Taylor drove another hundred miles after that with eyes wide open.

The one great perk to hiring a fishing guide is they always seem to have fast boats and don’t mind putting the throttle down.  

We were in serious gator country now and told to keep a watchful eye out.

Randy showed us some largemouth bass fishing tricks on the Seminole and in doing so landed several four pounders in the process.  Our fish were a far cry from that but we were happy to have the smell of fish on our hands once again nonetheless.


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