2023 Bass Pro Tour Stage Four Arrives at Resurgent Lake Guntersville - Major League Fishing
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2023 Bass Pro Tour Stage Four Arrives at Resurgent Lake Guntersville

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In addition to being a local, Randy Howell's also competed at Lake Guntersville, most-recently at Stop 4 of the 2022 Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit. Photo by Rob Matsuura.
September 29, 2022 • Tyler Brinks • Bass Pro Tour

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Alabama’s Lake Guntersville is one of the most legendary lakes in the United States and while it’s gone through its ups and downs, the fishing is excellent right now on this impoundment of the Tennessee River. Randy Howell lives in Guntersville and it’s also the site of his 2014 Bassmaster Classic win. He believes that the lake is as good as it’s been in a decade and is ready to prove it for Bass Pro Tour Stage Four (May 16-21).

“There were some down years between 2016-19, but it’s been getting better every year,” Howell said. “The grass is healthy and there have been some really good spawns. The lake is full of 2- to 4-pound fish right now. It’s as good as it’s been in 10 years or longer.”

With the lake fishing well and the event held during an excellent time of year, Howell expects big things from his adopted home lake. 

“Boy, the fish are going to be biting,” Howell said. “What’s good about this time of year is you will be able to catch them however you want to, there will be some fish shallow and some out deeper already. It will be an event where everything seems to be working.”

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