Lake Allatoona Striper Fishing Is Great
Capt. Robert Eidson
July 17, 2008
Lake Allatoona – Freshwater Fishing Report
This Lake Allatoona striper and hybrid report fishing report has been brought to you exclusively by Robert Eidson of First Bite Guide Service, 770 827 6282 Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides – Allatoona First Bite Guide Service – Lake Allatoona Fishing Guide Lake Allatoona, email: [email protected].
Line side fishing is GREAT. Guys fishing this week is the same as last week change nothing. On Tuesday July 15 I fished with Fred Womack and his two Grandsons. The fishing was Great the kids boated a total of 33 fish with most of them being big Hybrids and a few stripers up in the 10 lb range..The best bite going right now is south of Bartow Carver. The mouth of all the south end creeks are holding big schools of hybrids. There is a very good bite at the dam right at sun up as well. These fish can be caught on flat lines and top water plugs for the first 30 minutes of sun up. After that the down line bite really picks up. Look for these fish to be out over open water and at depths of 20 to 50 deep. Shiners, shad and bream are all working well for these schooling fish. If live bait isn’t your thing, try the umbrella rigs. The umbrella rig bite is really getting good right now. Pull your rigs at 3.1 miles and hour 130 feet behind the boat. White bass are hot and go to the Har bortown Marina area in the evenings and throw a Rooster Tail. I still have some days open for July. Call me and let’s take the kids fishing. 770 827 6282 please visit my fishing forum at lakeallatoonafishing.net for the latest up dates on Lake Allatoona.