Lake Allatoona Fishing Report (10-22-13)
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, contact Robert at 770-827-6282 or by e-mail: [email protected].
Line-side fishing is Fair, but it should pick back up soon.
With the cold nights, the water temperature should get down below 70 and then its line-side time!
Just remember: the lake is in turn-over, so it’s time to start pulling flat-lines and planer boards early morning and late afternoon.
The north end of the lake is your best bet, if you want to catch a big fish. Little River up to Fields Landing has been producing some decent fish this past week. The numbers are low but the quality of fish is decent.
The bigger schools of Hybrids and White bass are mid-lake. Kellogg’s Creek to Stamp Creek has been producing decent numbers of small Hybrids and White bass for our boats the last two weeks.
Thread fins fished on down-rods at depths of 30-40 feet deep a third of the way back in the major creeks is the key to numbers right now.
Fall fishing is just around the corner. I really expect fishing on Allatoona to break wide open in the next two weeks.
Trollers, keep pulling your u-rigs in the river channels during mid-day. But in the morning, try pulling single bucktails in water less than 20 feet deep. This includes shallow humps and out in open water.
We still have openings for Thanksgiving break. Call today and book your family outing.
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