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@example.com.
The topwater bite has started and is some of the best I have seen in years. All week long we have seen big schools from Kellogg Creek to Iron Hill. The action doesn’t really get hot until 8 am. But once it starts it is on.
We have been catching most of our fish on small soft plastic swim baits. But I have seen others around us doing well on Sammy’s, Spooks and Rooster tails
The live bait bite is still Excellent from one end of the lake to the other.
Up north there are good numbers of line-sides being caught at the mouth of Sweet Water; also the flats at the Delta and in the S-Turns. Mid-lake is also producing good numbers from Kellogg to Bartow Carver. And the south end is also fishing well from the dam all the way up Allatoona Creek to the Lake Acworth spillway.
Free-lining shad early is the ticket to getting your day started off right. After the sun comes up, look for schools of Hybrids on your Lowrance off of any main lake points and humps. We are catching most of our fish in less than 30 feet of water fishing right on the bottom.
The key to loading the boat is fresh bait. Change your bait often and be sure to take plenty with you.
Summertime is awesome for numbers on Lake Allatoona. Give us a call at 770-827-6282 and let’s take the kids fishing!
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