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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Line-sides Fishing is Fair and getting Better!!
The weather we had this week slowed things down. The north end of the lake will be rolling mud by the weekend, but I look at this as a blessing. The fish that are up north should move south looking for clearer water. I really believe this will bunch the fish up mid-lake. We should see some good numbers by Thanksgiving weekend.
A good starting point this weekend would be mid-lake. Mud lines are one of my favorite places to start my day. Free-lines and Planer boards early. Down-lines after the sun comes up.
The water temps are getting cold. Stripers and Hybrids love this kind of weather. So don’t let the cold keep you from hitting the lake. If getting out early and netting bait isn’t your thing, Striper Soup has plenty of fresh shad of all sizes along with small trout. The Dugout has plenty of trout, both small and large. If you’re heading to Carters this weekend, Buddy at Bart Bait and Tackle will have plenty of fresh trout on hand.
Trollers, pull your Mack farr u-rigs 60-120 feet behind the boat at speeds between 2.4–3.1 MPH.
The seagulls are starting to show up and will make finding the fish a little easier for us over the upcoming holiday break. Remember, Allatoona has very few loons. If you see birds diving on Allatoona, this normally means there are line-sides nearby.
We have some days open next week. Please give us a call at 770 827-6282 if you would like to book a trip.
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