Lake Allatoona Fishing Report (01-11-12)



This Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides Report for striper and hybrid is provided by Robert Eidson of First Bite Guide Service of Lake Allatoona, Georgia.  Contact Robert at  770-827-6282 or by email: eidson6260@comcast.net.

Fishing is Good. The bite has been as good as I could ask for. The hybrids and stripers are concentrated mid-lake from the “S” turns to Bartow Carver.  They tend to concentrate on the river channel between Kellogg Creek and Victoria.

Early in the morning, flatlines and planer boards are getting hammered. Trout and shad seem to be working equally well. The downline bite should also produce anywhere from 18-35 feet. The best bite right now is on U-rigs once the sun gets up.

My clients have been catching very good numbers on a U-rig pulled 80-100 feet behind the boat using chartreuse jigs and trailers. Pull the edges of the river and creek channels and expect bites when you start marking the huge clouds of baitfish.

Also, be sure to keep something tied on for the schooling fish. When you see gulls diving, you’ll find hybrids and stripers pushing baitfish up. I like to fish this schooling action with a white Rooster Tail, fluke or Spook.

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