Lake Allatoona Fishing Report from First Bite Guide Service (4-3-15)
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Linesides – Good!
The bite this week has been the best I have seen in months. The white bass are making their spawning runs up both the Etowah and Little river. The Hybrids and Stripers are feeding heavily down on the main lake and should start their spawn migration run north on the next full moon.
The south end of the lake is fishing very well right now. The threadfin shad are moving into the backs of the creeks and pockets and the Stripers and Hybrid are migrating with the bait. Theadfins fished on flat lines and planer boards has been our better bite. The fish are very aggressive and are blowing our bait completely out of the water. We are also catching some really nice fish blind-casting jerk baits.
Mid-lake is also fishing well right now. We have seen some sporadic topwater action out in front of Bartow Carver at first light. We aren’t catching big numbers mid-lake but what we are boating are guilty fish.
The Striper and Hybrid bite on the north end of the lake has been slow compared to the south end. But that will change in the next few days with the upcoming full moon.
It’s has been a very longer winter. Now it’s time to dust of your reels, grab the kids and hit the water.
Call me and we’ll catch you some fish!
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