River Region Guide Services, INC
Central alabama’s Best Bass Fishing!
It is our desire to provide our clients an enjoyable experience fishing the waters of Central Alabama. Included in this will be an opportunity for clients to become more knowledgeable with different fishing techniques and patterns involved in patterning spotted and largemouth bass, depending on weather conditions, water conditions and seasonal changes. We as guides of River Region Guide Service, Inc. are very proud of the men and women of our Armed Forces and it would be an honor to provide them an opportunity to experience the wonders that fishing in Central Alabama has to offer. Also, it is very important to River Region Guide Service, Inc, that our youth have an opportunity to experience the excitement of being on the water fishing with a professional guide and having all of the tools to truly enjoy a day fishing. Being involved with children and being in a position to possibly add a positive influence is very important to River Region Guide Service.
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Our services include professional guide services on Lay Lake, Lake Mitchell, Lake Jordan, Lake Martin and 3 areas of the Alabama River. All equipment is provided, including rods, reel and tackle. You will be be fishing from a fully rigged Triton Tr-21 bass boat powered by a Mercury 225 Optimax.
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With the lack of rain the water level on the Alabama River is extremely low. From Montgomery to Jones Bluff, what little grass is left is high and dry. The largemouth bite is hard to come by so a spot bite should be your intended target. The shaky head bite has been steady but finding quality fish has proven difficult. Deep cranking has also produced. With both patterns, you are going to have to run and gun. Don’t sit on one area too long.
The water level continues to run below full pool due to the lack of rain. Also, the water is clearer than I have seen in years making the shallow bite tough. Early morning topwater is on fire with monster spots in excess of five pounds a good possibility. Later in the day with any wind should find you throwing a spinnerbait and or jerk bait on wind blown points. On days without the wind, switch to a shaky head and work deep cover in 10 to 15 feet of water. The night time bite is picking up quality fish coming on spinnerbaits and jigs. Please remember to take care of your fish and release them in as good of shape as you can. Even with the pressure this lake receives, it continues to produce. It is up to every angler to see that this remains!!!
Wow, what a great May lake. Number of good fish between 3 and 5 pounds have come on a Carolina rigged lizard and shaky heads. Fish are deeper than in years past again due in part to the lack of rain and oxygen in the water. Early morning topwater has produced with several “toad” spots crushing a spook.
River Region Fishing, Inc
3879 Bedford Street
Jasper, AL 35501
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