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Line-side fishing has been slow for the past few days. The high winds and rain we had earlier in the week made fishing hard, but by the weekend hopefully fishing will pick up.
The fish are easy to find on your Lowrance, but getting them to bite is another story. Just keep putting the bait right on their nose and wait. Mid-lake still seems to be holding most of the fish. But don’t ignore the pass. I have marked a lot of fish in there this week. They just don’t want bite.
We are marking some big schools of fish
- in the Allatoona Creek arm
- out over open water at Stamp Creek
- and a few more from Galts to Kelloggs Creeks.
The fish are on the move, so you should be as well.
The Topwater bite has been hit or miss. Keep a Jr. Spook ready just in case they pop up. The south end of the lake has been best for topwater action.
Trolling may be the best all round bite going. Mack Farr u-rigs in all-white seem to be the ticket for the trollers right now.
It’s been too long since you’ve gone fishing. Call me!
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