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]
Lines-side fishing is Good!!
The lake is still out of its banks, but is going down quickly.
The spawn run up the rivers is almost over. The fish are moving back down to the main lake and are feeding up after a very strong spring spawn run. The flats at the delta on the north end of the lake are heating up, along with the S-turns. There is also a decent bit going on mid-lake 1/2-mile north and south of Galts Ferry, and another one of the south end of the lake from Iron Hill to Clarks Creek.
Our best bite has been on Thread Fin Shad fished on down-lines and free-lines. The mouths of the main lake creeks have been producing best for us. Main lake points and humps are also holding some decent schools of Hybrids. These schools of fish are big. When they pass under your boat your Lowrance will light up like a Christmas tree. This bite will only get stronger as we go into summer.
The overall bite is really good, but now is the time to load your boat with Hybrids.
Trolling has been very good for me this week. I have been pulling Mack Farr U-Rigs 50-70 behind the boat and have had as many as five on one right at a time. The trolling bite is really starting to heat up and will only get better as we enter summer.
We still have plenty of openings aboard our boats. Give us a call at 770 827-6282 and let’s go fishing!