Lake Allatoona Fishing Report For May 27

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Line sides fishing is good but has slowed down a little from to past two weeks. I think the full moon phase had something to do with it and the fishing should start to pick back up in the next few days. The fish we caught this week where scattered up and down the lake. From as far south as the 75 bridge to as far north as Victory landing. Down lines work over the river channels seem to be working best. We have caught a few fish this week on free to lines but the boat traffic makes it hard to fish this way. Trolling the Mack Farr umbrella rigs are working Fair right now. Pull a three to arm, with seven ½ ounce chartreuse jigs over a 25 foot bottom at 2.75 miles and hour will catch you a few fish. Look for the umbrella bite to get Hot when the water Temp hits 75 degrees. The top water bite is really starting to pick up right now. Throw a White Fluke at them when you see them busting. Some of the best top water action this week has been right at dusk at the mouth of Kellogg’s Creek and on the flat. We still have a few days open for June. Call and book your trip today, 770 827 6282 The FREE map card deal is still on with any Lowrance 5 inch sonar/GPS or Lowrance GPS unit. See Lowrance – Seize the Day