The cold weather we have had the last several days has slowed the bite down some, but it is still worth getting out.
The south end of the lake is still the place to be right now. All of our stripers are coming on trout and shad fished on planer boards and freelines out over open water. All of our Hybrids are coming on trout and shad fish on downlines 20 – 30 feet deep on humps and points.
The u-rig bite has picked back up. We are using a Mack Farr 4 arm rig loaded with pink trailers. Our better bite is coming within eyesight of the dam. We are pulling our rigs at 3 MPH and 100 feet back right just off the river channels.
Spring is right around the corner. The best way to defeat cabin fever is to go fishing! Call me and we’ll catch you some fish! Bring along a friend or two for a great time.
This Lake Allatoona Fishing Report is brought to you by Robert Eidson’s First Bite Guide Service.
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