Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

Allatoona fishing report what you see is what you get

Allatoona fishing report what you see is what you get-slide0
All photos courtesy of Louie B, fishing guide Carter's Lake Guide Service

Temperature: 60 degrees Clarity: stained. Lake level: full.

Louie B, fishing charter customer
Louie B.

The bass bite is fish on. The fatty’s, large bass are heading up the river

The weather is excellent. Windy conditions didn’t stop the fish from biting anything that was put on a hook, topwater, jerk baits, shaky heads and soft plastic.

In direct sunlight

Mark your honey holes and check on them every week because spawning can go on for two to four weeks, the females will lay eggs more than one time, and the males will guard the nest. Finessing the grass is the key. The bass is not hungry at this time but they are in predator mode, meaning they will pick up the bait and spit it out away from the nest. The key is ‘setting the hook.’

Great fishing is here

Grab the kids and make some memories. Vary your retrieve. Look in the coves and pea gravel flats. Check on the points when the wind is nigh. Stripers and hybrids are guarding the nest and checking your lure out twice.

Thanks to the fishing report from, Louie B. fishing guide and owner of Carters Lake Guide Service, phone: 706-218-6609.

To get the latest updates from Atlanta Fishing Examiner Tina Ranieri ‘click’ the subscribe button above. To view her body of articles ‘click’ National Holistic Health Examiner, or Atlanta Holistic Health Examiner.

Report this ad