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Lake Guntersville, Pickwick, Wilson, and Wheeler
Read Wired2Fish review of our own personal swimbait that Ryan designed!
"I’ve caught bass on them in water as shallow as 8 feet and deep as 25 feet in the little time I’ve been fishing them. Something about their ability to track true makes them consistent producers in that cooler water where the shad more than likely aren’t actively moving. I generally cast them out, count them down or let them hit bottom and then begin a slow retrieve. I will pause occasionally to make sure I am staying close to the bottom."
Capt. Ryan Salzman (256) 508-5260
Guntersville Lake through Pickwick Lake offer the best bass fishing on the Alabama Bass Trail, and local guide, Captain Ryan Salzman started his fishing career growing up on these lakes. Come learn proven techniques and fishing patterns to consistently catch fish during your trip to the Alabama Bass Trail!
USCG Licensed Captain
Loves to throw big swimbaits, crankbaits, frogs, drag a jig, and much more.
The use of electronics in tournament fishing plays a more crucial role than ever these days.Learn how to find fish on lakes you have never been to before. I will teach you how to look at a contour map and find the "most likely" places holding fish depending on the season.
You will learn professional techniques to catch quality bass. These can be applied to any body of water you fish. I will teach you why we are fishing the area we are in and how to look for similar areas. I am all about teaching, so please feel free to bring a notepad to write down details you won't want to forget!