Lake Allatoona Fishing Report (12-18-13)
Robert Eidson’s Lake Allatoona Striper & Hybrid Fishing Guide Report is provided by First Bite Guide Service. When you’re ready to catch stripers and hybrids, contact Robert at 770-827-6282 or by e-mail: [email protected].
Line-side fishing is Fair!!
The rain we’ve had the last two weeks has stained the lake from Little River to the dam. The north end of the lake is stained-to-muddy, but is still holding a Ton of fish – mostly white bass and small Hybrids.
These fish will not hit live bait. But they will take a spoon as fast as you drop it down to them. Look for these fish north of Galts Ferry.
Mid-lake is where you want to be, if you are looking for stripers. Bartow Carver to the dam is the place to be for stripers and bigger schools of Hybrids. These fish are not eating live bait either. I have had my best luck mid-lake pulling u-rigs the last few times out. These fish have moved out of the river channel and up on the edge of it. Look for these fish to be in water that’s 20-40 feet deep.
I look for the live bait bite to start any day now. And I think heading to the lake without it could be a big mistake. This time of the year you need to be open minded on your techniques. Topwater, trolling, spooning and live bait can all work this time of year, but what worked yesterday may not work tomorrow. Take the kitchen sink with you when heading out to the pond this time of year.
I think striper fishing is only a few days away from busting wide open. And the topwater bite is just around the corner too.
I still have a few days open for December and January. Give me a call and let’s go fishing: 770 827-6282.
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