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Lines side fishing is good for hybrids, and small stripes, great for white bass, We are still catching hybrids just not as many as weeks past. The mid lake from Kellogg Creek up to Stamp Creek is producing best right now. The Allatoona Creek arm and Little River are dead right now and most of the fish we are catching are in the middle section of the main lake. Fish right on the edge of the river channel either trolling single jigs up in the water column or with down rods 18 to 35 feet down, depending on where you’re marking fish. The schools are real tightly bunched. If you get the down rods in the right place you have a good chance to double up. The white bass are schooling all over on top. Those ½ pound to 1 ¾ pound whites are coming up in big schools a popping cork or rooster tail is your best bet for catching these small line-sides.