Robert Eidson’s Lake Allatoona Fishing Guide Report is provided by First Bite Guide Service of Lake Allatoona. When you’re ready to catch stripers and hybrids, Robert’s your man.
Line side fishing is Good!!!
March is starting off to be a great month even with all the rain we are getting. The fish are starting to show up in the bays near Little River. The sea gulls are showcasing these fish and are easy to catch when they are on top.
We catch these fish with live bait fished on freelines and planer boards, along with throwing a Spook at them.
There is also a good down-line bite from Galts Ferry up to Clear Creek. These fish are deep and can be anywhere from 18-40 feet down.
The south end is also picking up. Iron Hill is starting to produce some really nice stripers. The numbers are better up lake, but the bigger fish seem to be south.
Trolling is also starting to pick up. I have caught some really good hybrids on Mack Farr umbrella rigs anywhere I find clean water.
Topwater: We are starting to see some topwater action in the morning, but it’s very short and limited. The topwater bite will improve as the water warms. So keep a Jr Spook ready.
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Spring is here and so is the bite. We are already starting to book up for April, but still have some good days open for the end of March and most of April.
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